Amy Phoenix is a philosopher by nature, a momma of five in practical terms and fulfills various other roles and functions… parent educator, meditation and healing facilitator, home and life organization specialist, author, wife, friend, daughter. The main intention of her work is to assist people in making the most of their life experience – right here, right now – as simply as possible.
Born extremely sensitive, Amy has an uncanny ability to read the energy of people and situations with startling accuracy — even when the truth may be difficult to accept and appreciate. This ability helps to cut through the veil of illusion that we all suffer from at one time or another, that which clouds our ability to honestly enjoy and seize opportunities in life. During the process she points people into themselves, to the center of being, the infinitely peaceful basis of life that is often overlooked, but always present. Prepare to be surprised, possibly uncomfortable, and always presented an opportunity for inner awareness.
Certified Parent Educator
Adult & Child Meditation Facilitator
Retired La Leche League Leader
Creator of Presence Parenting
Perpetual student of Life
I’m on the path of life, like everyone else. I continue to have profound experiences that bring me to this work and a strong desire to offer services that allow people to make lasting changes while experiencing deep inner awareness and acceptance. I am committed to a path of radical honesty and I won’t let up. Life is too precious. Read more about my personal healing path here.
Words are defined by the meaning we attach to them. I use various words somewhat interchangeably depending on the context – such as awareness, energy, healing, presence, God, the Creator, and Truth – as I refer to one’s inner recognition and present moment experience of Life. My main focus is assisting people in various ways through direct experience of inner awareness to see clearly the relationship between ideas and Truth. When this recognition is made the roots of suffering are exposed and begin to disintegrate, clearing the way to live intentionally. True transformation is finally able to take place.