I am the somewhat crazy writer, author, and creator of the website “Deb’s Dragons.” I’m glad you, the reader, have landed on this website page that shares the various truths and rawness of life we keep hidden within our hearts. This blog is about breaking free from our past stories to ensure our hopes, dreams, and talents will be heard.
To quote a Steppenwolf lyric, I am “a true nature’s child,” a product of the “nature’s world” and all it contains. As a natural high-level intuitive healer, my deepest purpose has always been to help guide others on their path to finding peace and healing. I continue to hold the hands of many “wounded souls” when my natural healing practice was open. I honor all trying to open their hearts enough to shine their own unique light on this unstable world. As a seeker of truth, each day, I aspire to live from my heart and soul to continue being an instrument of healing and compassion for myself and others.
I’m most comfortable in nature, love to learn about everything, love writing, and I rarely stop pondering the strange dichotomies of my life. I’m not fond of judgments because they build barriers between people rather than respect. Even at this stage of my life, I have enough love in my heart to heal the universe. I’m trying to do just that, one person at a time.
You may learn a bit about the dark side of my life as well as the beauty that sculpted and protected me. I hold two Doctoral Degrees—one in Natural Health and another in Traditional Naturopathy. I’m a Certified Sex Trafficking Advocate, an ex-nurse, almost a published book author, and a red-head with graying hair (which makes me look sassy). My view of humanity comprises various singular parts within the soul that forever holds the memories of each individual we meet.
The Buddha shared the mind’s reality is often demonstrated through varying forms of questions and answers. One question might be, “In general, what is the one area of concern shared by all people.” The answer is all beings, humans, animals, and insects alike, desire to be happy and avoid suffering.
When we seek happiness to soothe unhappiness, we embrace our hearts’ true essence. Let’s remember to share it with humanity.