Some of you may have noticed that I mention my “spiritual counselor” or “spiritual advisor” on occasion, but I don’t think I’ve ever explained what that means, who she is, or what she does for me. Or, if I have, it’s been lost in the annals and purges.
I officially met Jacqueline Valdez when I was in my late-teens or early-twenties, but she’s known me for much longer. My mother started seeing her when I was very young. I feel like I’ve known her my entire life–that’s not some metaphysical philosophy, implying that I think I knew her in a past life; that’s just the vibe she gives off. Being around her is comfortable, like having lunch with an old friend. Continue reading “Spiritual Counseling”