My parents were emotionally, and sometimes physically, unavailable. I grew up desperate for close, loving relationships, but had no idea what that looked like. So instead, I put up walls and pushed people away before they had a chance to reject me. I didn’t know who I was because I was constantly changing myself for others. My boundaries were nonexistent.

I was full of anxiety in my 20s and 30s. I tried controlling everything, thinking if I could just have more friends, get married, get this job, look this way, live in this place, I’d be happy. Even when I got all the things, I still wasn’t happy. I was stuck in an endless loop of chasing conditions and searching for love from external sources.

Despite being a control freak, I was not afraid to take risks if I felt strongly about something. I quit jobs with no idea how I was going to pay my rent. I got married in Vegas on a whim. I moved to a country where I didn’t know anyone and didn’t speak the language.

I slowly realized that what other people had always called independent and stubborn was actually me following my intuition. Those gut feelings behind taking risks were my intuition. That led me to dive more into personal growth, discovering The Lively Show podcast (amongst many others), Law of Attraction, and finding my Inner Voice.

While all of those things propelled my growth, discovering my Inner Voice was the powerful catalyst to an amazing transformation. I’ve gone from feeling empty to feeling so full of love that my Inner Voice tells me I am love. It’s who I am. It’s why I’m here. It’s what I do.

Hi, I’m Julia. I guide you to your own Inner Voice connection so that you too can discover the love and wisdom within, and have your own amazing transformation.

Having an Inner Voice session with Julia is like having coffee with a friend. She has a unique ability to bring comfort into the conversation no matter what the topic. She will guide you with care every step of the way.

A bit more about me…

  • I dance around my bedroom in the dark with the volume turned up to 11.
  • Sometimes I have popcorn and wine for dinner. Yes, I’m an adult.
  • I get anxious walking into a room full of strangers or having to meet more than a handful of new people at once.
  • I keep trying to like gardening, but I don’t like getting dirty and struggle to even keep houseplants alive.