Destiny is a Funny Thing
Like many people who have read the bio on this website (https://orionmott.com/meet-me) would gather, I had an unusual childhood. One of the main messages imparted to me through various teachers, healers, gurus, and shamans, was that I am destined to be a great healer. Destiny is a funny thing. As interesting as the idea of predestination might be, there always seemed something controlling about it. I truly believe in personal freedom and the notion of predestination seemed horribly constrictive.
When I entered my early twenties, I tried hard to be like everyone else…(boy what a mistake!). I studied Kinesiology, Psychology and Philosophy at University, watched sports, and worked as a personal trainer at a great fitness center in Toronto. You could say that I was trying to create a “normal” life that would appeal to my Ego. For most of my early life, my Ego was in charge, and it was huge and powerful. I felt like I was in control of my life…for a time. Unfortunately, I never saw the cliff edge until it was too late.
When I entered my Thirties, I became wildly irritable and dissatisfied with life. Everything I thought I wanted, was now in question. I felt like I was a target, and that my soul was attacking me through the actions and behaviors of others. I attracted these negative experiences into my life because I didn’t allow myself to be extraordinary. I tried so hard to be ordinary. In hindsight, my abusers are strong signal letting me know I had veered off the path of being my true self.
Somewhere along the way, I realized that I was not fulfilling the life I was meant to live. After having achieved many of my goals, I felt that there was more to my life than I was currently experiencing. I studied BodyTalk and other healing modalities to broaden my perspective, but I felt it was just a curiosity at the time. Veering in the energy world caused a polarity in my circle of confidants. I felt the support of friends and clients from people who encouraged my growth, and condemnation from others who became fearful of stepping into the unknown. I started to walk a dual path. Some who I let into my spiritual world, and others I would never talk to about these non-physical ideas.
On my fortieth birthday, I decided to lead my life through my heart and trust the process of my life by being fully myself. It wasn’t long before I finally bridged the gap between the person I was meant to be and the one I could except. I had been quietly healing people for years at this point, but I finally came out of the spiritual closet.
My life exploded in every direction. I became a medical intuitive, reiki master, BodyTalk practitioner, Bio-mechanical specialist, and a brain healer specializing concussions, ADHD, and personality disorders. It wasn’t long before I turned my talents to heart clearing and emotional/spiritual counselling.
I started my life as a healer, walked away from it, and found it again later in life. Destiny is a funny thing.