Hey, I’m Ray and I am super grateful that you’re here and you want to know more about me.
I was raised spiritually thanks to my beautiful mum who had a house full of crystals, read our palms often and took us to every spiritual expo for as far back as I can remember.
At age 18, I got my first deck of Tarot Cards. I adored reading for my girlfriends before going out for a night on the town but never really thought of card reading as anything more than a bit of fun.
In truth, I was closed off to my gifts for a long time. In deeper truth, they scared me.
I would wonder how I suddenly knew so much information about something I’d never seen or heard about before? It didn’t make any logical sense to me!
Now I’m in my 30’s and I fully embrace this part of me, in fact I absolutely love receiving downloads of information! I have a ridiculous amount of card decks, my house is full of crystals (just like my mum) and I love love love learning new ways to heal.
I am certified in The Emotion Code healing modality as well as Reiki. On top of this I’m an expert at finding limiting beliefs and reprogramming subconscious minds to think better thoughts… cool hey?
When I first realised how powerful this form of healing could be I spent a long time getting rid of all my “emotional stuff” so that I can be the best healer for you.
I have never felt better, I am in such a great place in my life and it just keeps getting better and better. I want to spread this joy to you!
This is why I started Find your Ray and I really hope together we can help you find your ray, whatever that means for you x
Hey, I’m Ray… and I know what it’s like to not have the life you want.
One day I woke up and realised I was an unhappy miserable bitch. My life was full of shiny things which on closer inspection were actually dull and lifeless. What a sad reality to face.
Short term relationships repeated themselves, the same character in a different outfit. My friends told me over and over about how many bullets I had dodged, and I agreed wholeheartedly.
I agreed because if I didn’t it would mean I was the one that was responsible and these relationship endings couldn’t possibly of been my fault, right?
Looking back now, I can see that I made a many poor life choices, the most notable one was getting a job as a door girl. It’s a common theme with jobs in position of power that you feel superior to others, like you are somewhat entitled to respect from strangers.
I had been “doorgirl Ray” for so long, wrapped up in this false sense of power and security that this job had become my identity. At the club I felt “powerful” “safe” and “secure”. It’s where I felt at home.
Deep down I knew I wasn’t happy, and I knew I wanted a better life I just didn’t know how. I had been this identity for so long I felt trapped and that this was who I was.
Thankfully I desired my weekends back so much that I finally had the courage to leave and it was scary. It really didn’t take me long to work out why I stayed so long either…
I felt a deep seeded fear of rejection, unworthiness and I didn’t feel lovable. I felt that if people knew the real me, they wouldn’t like me for who I am.
Working at the club enabled me to live with a false identity. I was such a bitch that people were intimidated by me, they feared me. I achieved my goal, I kept people away from getting to know me.
I can tell you first hand, a life of self-sabotage and limiting beliefs is not fun.
I am SO thankful that I was brave enough to decide to make a change. to accept that I didn’t like who I had become and to trust my inner guidance that I could have a happier richer life filled with joy.
I can honestly say that right now after a journey of unlearning, self-acceptance and a lot of healing that I am genuinely happy.
I am wholeheartedly at peace with who I am, the life I am living and I am constantly surrounded by things that bring me joy. LIfe just keeps getting better and better!
When I look back, the part about this journey to “finding my Ray” I find the most fascinating is that I couldn’t be where I am today if I wasn’t who I was back then.
GRATEFUL is an understatement x