I wanted to start this blog to essentially come out of the “intuitive closet.” It is about accepting my truth and sharing my experiences, challenges and successes with those of you out there who may be going through similar experiences and don’t understand it. I will be sharing the crazy dreams that I have and how I got where I am today. My hope for you, the reader, is that you gain some knowledge and are inspired to realize your own truth.
I have always been an intuitive but I didn’t have any guidance on what it was all about until 6-years ago. This is when I started to learn about grounding and how touch is important for health and healing. There have been so many obstacles to overcome including accepting my “Truth” and realizing the importance of self love and compassion. As basic as these concepts may sound, until you get out of your own way they are more difficult than you realize.
Here is some basic information about me. My name is Christine N. Cole. I was born in Lowell, Massachusetts and I have three brothers and three sisters. I have 6 nieces and 6 nephews. I have been married to CDR John R. Cole, the Department Head of Base Alameda’s Computer Department a little over seven years. We have one boy, an English Springer Spaniel named Milkbone. He is the best friend John and I could have ever asked for. I have a Bachelor of Science in Communications, Public Relations, Bachelor of Arts, Graphic Design and I am Nationally Certified as a Massage Therapist.
I enjoy baking; unfortunately my husband can’t consume all that I bake. So I decided to bake once a month and bring in my goodies to the Base Alameda to share with all the Coasties, retired military and civilian employees.
I enjoy photography, taking pictures of beautiful landscapes, the beautiful places we get to visit, the exiting events we get to attend, and our friends and family.
I love the ocean and going to the beach feeling the warm sand on my feet, smelling the salty ocean in the air and the crashing of the waves on the beach reminds me of home.
I love hosting my family and friends at our house. Being able to cook and bake for them then spending the night playing games, even though it gets competitive sometimes.