About Me

Hi friend! My name is Monica.

I am a single mom of six kids. I am in a relationship with an amazing man, Mano. I am also an intuitive, claircognizant, clairsentient and lightworker.

I grew up in a very religious home but never felt like it was a right fit for me. I always knew that there was something more out there for but never knew what it was. I searched down so many avenues and rabbit holes, looking for my place in this world. I also carried with me a lot of childhood traumas that, left unhealed, began compounding into more traumas and toxic behaviors. I jumped from relationship to relationship, just trying to find somewhere safe. I eventually met my (now ex) husband and got married in my early 20s. It was an abusive relationship from the beginning, but I thought I could change him. That perspective cost me dearly: I was subjected to every type of abuse over the course of almost 20 years.

My first spiritual awakening was in 2012, after the birth of my 4th child. But I wasn't aware that that's what it was. I realized that the way that I was repeating the same cycle of abuse that I had been subjected to during my childhood. The very same cycle that had made me choose to marry an abusive man. I knew that I had to break that cycle. I owed it to my precious children. I began parenting in a way that was inspired by Gentle Parenting. I also began wanting to live a healthier and more natural lifestyle. I began intentionally working on my courage, self-confidence and self-esteem. And as I progressed on my journey, I shared it with the world via my blog, Is It Naptime Yet (no longer published). I was also coaching people on healthy eating and fitness, as well as coaching pregnant women to help empower them for their upcoming labors and motherhood. I also spent years mentoring parents on alternative and more natural ways of parenting.

I had my first home birth in 2017 (what a powerful way to embody that courage and self-confidence I mentioned earlier!)...I loved the experience but was stuck in a deep depression. The years of abuse were becoming unbearable as my "awakening" was getting stronger. My doula had me begin taking a homeopathic for my antepartum and postpartum depression in 2018, when I was pregnant with my sixth baby. It worked an absolute miracle! I came out of the depression and began working heavily on healing myself. In 2018 I had my second home birth and continued learning more and more about the Divine Feminine and a whole new world of spirituality. I suddenly found where I belonged, what I had spent my whole lifetime searching for.

In December of 2019, in the middle of the night, I packed my six children and a few bags of clothing into my SUV and we drove away. I had finally found the strength and courage to leave my abusive husband.

Over the years since then, I have continued on my spiritual path. My belief is that we are amazing and beautiful Souls, pure love, that are here on Earth in human bodies. Many of us come to Earth to fulfill our Soul Contracts, which are powerful life lessons and connections with other Souls. But we don't come here remembering any of that....and the Powers That Be don't want us to remember that, either. Because then we would be powerful, way more powerful than we are now. So they keep us drugged up with pharmaceuticals, poisoned by the foods they feed us and just exhausted from working jobs that we hate. They divide us with political wars and smoke screens. Through the media, they instruct us on what we are to care about. Most of us are just too tired to realize all of this.

But some of us wake up. Many woke up during the pandemic isolation. Perhaps you were one of them? We wake up and realize what is really going on to us and the people we love and care about. Some of us are called to help activate other lightworkers, to help fortify and support them along their journey. To shine a light in the darkness for when the confusion and loneliness gets to be too heavy. I believe that I am one of these with that Calling. As more and more Souls awaken to the truth, I hope that I am able to help them along their journey and let them know that they are not alone.