With everything that I have experienced, learned and know, I can honestly say that the philosophy my mom lives by and instilled in me growing  up is clearly SPIRITUAL truth.

My name is Robbie Kaye.

I was raised with the understanding that God didn't care if I went to

church or not as long as I believed.  My mom's philosophy was my introduction to spirituality although I didn't know it at the time. My aunt went to church so I would occasionally

go with her. I became interested in religious philosophy and I needed to explore it so I chose to attend church regularly becoming an active member throughout my teenage years.

If I wasn't at home or school, I was involved in something at church.

On my 14th birthday, my grandmother passed away. We were very close. 

I spent a lot of time wondering why this had happened.

Not long afterwards, my mom took me to my first reading.

To this day, I only remember two things that I was told during it.

1) You are a healer

2) Your grandmother is your guardian angel

I wasn't exactly sure what the first statement meant

but knew exactly what the second one did and listened to what he said.

He told me that she was a light over my right shoulder and of course I looked but didn't see it.

I felt comfort and security knowing that she was with me, watching over me. 

I didn't have a clue about what the phrase "you are a healer" meant.

A healer was a doctor or Jesus and I was neither.

Then I saw the movie "Resurrection" with Ellen Burstyn a short time later.

You know that moment when a light bulb comes on above your head? This was mine.

Needless to say, I tried to heal everything.

As with a lot of things, growing up and life in general put healing on the back burner, so I thought.

Looking back at my life, I have always been a practicing healer in one form or another....

physical, emotional, spiritual, psychological...

I just didn't look at it like that.

I have had many jobs in my life...

juvenile probation officer intern, sales, waitress, security officer, habilitation specialist,

youth worker, corrections officer, service writer/manager, child case manager, factory worker, secretary, business coordinator, & victim assistance coordinator,

plus being a friend, daughter, sister, aunt, wife and mother...

and have been a healer in ALL of them.

"It's not about the title of your job.

It's about the lives you touch doing it."

~Robbie Kaye