Rosemary creates her life around bringing her dreams to reality and believes, “Anything is possible if you set your mind to it.”
“From an early age I knew that I was being guided. My spirit guides helped me and kept me safe regardless of any adversity I was faced with. As a young teenager I sometimes found myself in dangerous circumstances helping people in need. But knowing from the start that this was part of my life calling gave me a certain fearlessness that allowed me to be of service. I knew that no matter what predicament I found myself in, I was being protected as long as I followed the intuition that I had known since childhood.”
For the past ten years Rosemary has followed the Red Road. She is as a Pipe Keeper, Sundancer and Water Pourer. This tradition has been shared with her through a Native American lineage, which gave her permission to practice these ceremonies.
Before that her background was with traditional shamanism included working with Ayahuasqueros in Peru and Colombia and organizing ceremonies to help heal people through the use of visionary plant medicines. She began her path of healing through earth based spiritual traditions as a solo practitioner of Wikka, later joining a small group of other women to share in ceremonial paganism.
A keen intuition has allowed her to develop her innate ability to communicate with animals through a non-verbal, telepathic method for speaking with them, also known as intuitive communication. Her gift as a mental medium allows her to further communicate through animal spirits, her guides, and the guardians of animals and humans, to assist her in coming to solutions to help heal them and their relationships. As a healer, she brings teachings from multiple cultures to help tune into spirit energy in private sessions, as a ceremonial leader, and through workshops.
She has an insatiable interest in wildlife and indigenous culture, focusing many of her travels on activities that include exploring these aspects. Rosemary’s sense of adventure has given her the opportunity to learn remarkable skills. All of these, including learning to climb trees in the Amazon, teaching herself to sea kayak in the Virgin Islands and backpacking into remote areas across the globe, have helped her in her quest to connect with nature. She has followed a spiritual path since she was young, using her intuition to guide her and help her connect with nature.
Her current interests and past projects – including wildlife volunteering, Director of the Body Art Cabaret (an internationally renowned cabaret show) and builder of an off-the-grid earth ship home – have drawn interest from people around the world. In her memoir and blogs, she writes about these experiences as well as her work as an animal communicator and embracing her spiritual path.