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About Najda

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When I was 14 years old, I remember wondering, why were all of us here on this planet.  The response that came from inside was this.  'The only reason to be here is to help alleviate suffering.  What other reason would compel us to travel all this way other than to bring the light.'


I just didn't know what form that would take for me.  I thought maybe I would be a nurse. I volunteered as a candy-striper at Mass. General Hospital in Boston.  At the end of six months I realized since I couldn't handle the sight of blood, I wouldn't be a nurse.  The persistent question of how I wanted to help set me on a path of exploring my inner world and the world of consciousness and healing.


In my late twenties  I helped establish a healing center for people seeking personal growth as well as special needs children and their families.  Since then, healing has weaved its way through my life working with individuals, couples, children and groups. 


I feel deeply grateful to be with someone as they come out the other side of struggle.  To support another as the clouds clear and give way to a full exhale, ease and a renewed love for life, this I love.


I offer a variety of modalities; Option Process inquiry,  Life Centered Therapy, utilizing kinesiology, testing for emotional and spiritual interference,Oneness Blessing diksha transmission of divine energy, EFT Tapping, Guided meditation and Intuitive guidance.  This varied approach allows clients to receive what they need in the moment.  Every session is different depending on what will be most helpful.  


I am certified as an Option Process trainer, Life Centered Therapy practitioner, and Oneness Blessing practitioner.


I am finishing a book about my grandmother and my spiritual journey.  I hope to share it soon!


Guadalupe the Bear Story

There was all this excitement downtown in Santa Fe on a Sunday in September, 2012. A beautiful brown bear had set herself on the steps of the Guadalupe Church.


Did you know this church is the oldest church to Guadalupe in the U.S. ? Every December 12th, on Guadalupe's Day, the church is filled with devotion, roses and music, singing and guitars till all wee hours of the morning. 


People gathered around to watch the reclining Bear stretched out. When a crowd had formed, the Bear moved slightly downhill to a grassy spot.  She settled in and fell asleep.

This was a form of the Divine Mother, it seemed like everyone felt it. She had graced this spot with her presence, a large, bountiful and peaceful presence. People gathered to take her picture. The police even came to protect her slumbering form I thought. I wanted to somehow find a way to thank her.


A Mother’s Love


The mother Bear has always been the quintessential example of a mother’s love.   This is because of her fierce, protective nature.  She steps forward and with courage goes forward to shield and safeguard her young.  


At Guadalupe Mountain Healing we have the Bear out front.   In her I feel the full force of something powerful, big and compassionate.  She lives in the mountain of renewal and regeneration.  Guadalupe the Bear.  I'm not meaning to belabor the name but I can't help it.  It calms me down and lifts me up.  It is a presence in itself and the One behind it bolsters, sustains, and nurtures an expansion in me.  A call to prayer, to service, to humility and community.


Perhaps you feel Her nudging you, including you in the pleat and fold of Her love and protection.  

Guadalupe The Bear tall glass candle is now available for purchase.  

$13.95 includes shipping

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