Littleton author advises reaching within
“Happiness is an inside job,” said Angela Lenhardt of Littleton about her intuitive and healing practice. “When you seek from outside sources, you are let down. Our job is to uncover (resources of one's own).”
Lenhardt has written a memoir about her own experiences: “A Charmed Journey: An Inspired Guide to Personal Transformation,” which is available at Tattered Cover and Lakewood's Mile Hi Church. The face on the cover is hers.
She conducts an “intuitive and healing practice,” coaches, speaks at workshops and has an office near Interstate 25 and Hampden Avenue.
It took 15 years to complete the book, which was published in November 2012 on her 40th birthday. In the last intensive year, she gave up some of her practice time to complete it.
“Life is unfolding one day at a time,” she adds.
She meets people who need help and don't know where to go — they need resources.
She offers a series of six sessions — a package that includes both intuitive and body work and feng shui, drawing on her Eastern and Western experiences.
She started out with a business degree, working as a stock trader until her mother passed away unexpectedly 16 years ago. A psychic told her to help people heal, to develop tools such as Reiki and massage.
She left the office, studied reflexology, then traveled to Asia, studied at two schools in Thailand and did more spiritual work in China. There were also nutritional classes in the U.S.
She has found emotional freedom, but not yet financial freedom, she says as she seeks speaking engagements, book sales and contacts.
She can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.