My intuitive journey began as a child. I was drawn to gently placing my hands on or just standing near a person to ease their pain and discomfort. However, while I loved serving and taking care of others, I couldn’t wrap my mind around the value of these natural gifts. I couldn’t even imagine how they could be developed to bring joy, acceptance and financial security to my life.
So like many others I pushed my intuitive gifts and knowledge down and embraced the celebrated respect for intellect and logic. I put myself through school and graduated with a Juris doctorate in law. Surely this was the ticket that would bring me the the joy, acceptance and financial security I believed I needed. Yet the truth was, working in law did not bring me joy. As a matter of fact, for me, it just seemed to sap away my happiness. Every Sunday night I would lie in bed awake not being able to sleep, dreading Monday. Sometimes I would cry and then chastise myself for not appreciating the life I created. What could possibly be wrong with this life I had chosen. Why was I so unhappy?
Truthfully, it was because I had given up on myself, I could feel that my body, mind and spirit were no longer in alignment. I had embraced my logic and forsaken my intuition. There was no balance.
Losing my Grandmother to cancer put me at the crossroads. I was heartbroken, spirit weary, body exhausted. It made me reflect on what I really wanted in my life. Being unsure, I took some time off to go on a vision quest, destination, Sedona. The beautiful red rocks held me as I allowed my body, mind and spirit to align. I listened to the whispers of my heart, and I knew what I needed to do to heal my broken spirit. The law path was finished. It had nothing left to teach or give me. It was time to return to my roots. It was time to claim what was always meant to be. I returned home, finished up my legal commitments and went back to school for Massage Therapy. Passionately, I learned all about the mind-body connection and how our body is a road map of our life’s stresses and trauma. I also learned that I could educate and guide clients on their own personal paths of wellness and healing. My shared journeys with clients lead me down many paths of discovery and healing. Cancer clients started coming to me, and I expanded my knowledge with additional oncology massage training. Growing, I wove in stress management, mindfulness and guided meditation to help my clients alleviate stress and anxiety. It was a natural flow into guiding them on how to find the peaceful place inside, so they could do their healing work and find clarity.
As I continued to practice and learn as my experiences drew me into the world of energy healing, my Reiki Master found me and helped me to deeply understand the mind-body-spirit (energy) connection and how it serves our own health and wellness. My continued practice and years of study have gained me the recognition as a Reiki Grand Master. My coaching certification as well as my massage certification bring me full circle (body, mind and spirit). All my services complement traditional healthcare as well as encouraging personal development and personal empowerment.
When someone asks me about what I do, I light up and happily share my journey. I have sat with newborns to those who were dying and assisted them on their journey. I have walked with so many, holding their hands as they found their healing space within them — a place filled with peace and wellness, a place that they call home. This is my purpose to help guide those who are seeking to find the healing that will make them whole. My services complement traditional healthcare services and promote wellness in your life.
This in my journey, I look forward to hearing and sharing yours! Choose your path and come walk with me.
My personal motto is: Breathe, Feel ~ Release, Heal
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Per California State Law SB 577: Suzan Lupejkis is not a licensed physician. REIKI is a complement to 'healing arts services licensed by the State', i.e., it is a complement to more traditional western medicine provided by doctors, nurses and hospitals. As a complementary or alternative medicine, REIKI does not require licensing by the state of California. Reiki does not replace the need for traditional psychological and medical treatment or advice and is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.