➳ Steph Parrish ✩ Intuitive Medium ✩ Truth Coach ✩ Creative
As a lifelong artist and intuitive, I relate to the struggles of the sensitive human. My gifts live in my ability to recognize others' authenticity and lovingly reflect it back to inspire accelerated breakthroughs through a unique selection of creative healing modalities.
My commitment to my daily meditation practice and interwoven connection to the unseen realms allows me to channel the language of Spirit directly into each session in an inspired way. I am deeply passionate about the art of self-healing and believe it a radical political and humanistic act to uncover the layers within that limit us from self-love and understanding. Compassion takes courage and empathy is a skill that must be cultivated if we seek freedom for ourself and for others.
I experienced a spiritual awakening at 17 years old during a week away at art camp and throughout my adult life have consistently sought out the mysterious, creative and magical. My passion for music and singing led me to New York City and a lifestyle of performance, recording in professional studios and playing live shows. I also ran my own small businesses in photography and design and the past few years have been apprenticing as a working herbalist. I've happily incorporated these worlds into my current landscape.
In 2013, I studied as a first year student of the Black Sect Tantric Buddhism Feng Shui Masters program in NYC. Since 2015, I have been actively immersed in the dynamic world of Zen, Fourth Way and Sufi modalities led by Molly Knight Forde and Sean Forde at The Awareness School in Seattle, Washington, where I currently teach.
Indigo Corners® was founded to guide seekers in developing intuitive skills and building sacred space around spiritual practice. These tools expand our universe in creative ways and allow the true heart self to lead. To be guided from within generates courage, momentum and compassion. We are each the expert on our own reality. To come to freedom, through love and understanding of our experience is our inalienable right as human beings.