About Ash

I’m a rather rebellious soul who’s determined to find the right way, no matter the norms or rules that must be defied. Looking back on my past, I’ve come to realize that I’ve been this way from birth.

At eight years old, I was lying in bed, unable to sleep because of the lessons from church that I just couldn’t make sense of. At thirteen, I ran away from home. After being tossed around in group homes and foster homes, I landed myself in a residential treatment center up yonder in Montana. It was far from being the childhood dream, but this was how I came to experience my very poetry class. The moment I put pencil to paper, my soul came to life. This was truly magnificent, for my soul had been numbed and broken for years. As I eagerly took to writing, there was a feeling or voice deep down within me that told me that I was meant to be a writer. I believed this and I knew it to be true, but it took a while for me to believe in my abilities and my worth. But fifteen years later, I finally sided with my soul and went after my dream.

Throughout my life, I’ve gotten acquainted with psychology as well as writing. Later, I took on studying neurology, communication, and relationships. During this time, I also got well acquainted with pain. But I learned how to move with the ebbs and flows of life, and I became all the stronger and wiser for it.

As is the case with everyone, I’m a constant work in motion. I’m studying, evolving, and enjoying as much of life as I possibly can. Whether it’s ancient spirituality, traditional remedies, or modern health, I’m fascinated by all of it. This is where I expand on my fascination so I can share these ideas with the world. Thank you for coming. I hope you enjoy your visit. 🙂

 

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