If you have read God’s Callgirl you know the story of 64 years of my life, and it has been quite a story.
You would have found it easy to identify yourself with Carla because of the frank revelations of emotions and thoughts that are so common to anyone who has been abused in any way – and who has not suffered some kind of abuse?
No-one is their story, however. I have matured quite a bit since the book was published in 2004 as I want steadily more out of life. It is showing me how generous and magnificent it is.
I have come on this earth with quite a mission: to experience both sexual and religious abuse in order to heal from the deeply disturbing patterns of both. The memoir of these experiences (God’s Callgirl) was published in 2004, and then, after more years of maturation, my service purpose now is to offer assistance to others by offering guidance, and through writing and speaking.
Spiritual truth has always been my focus. After leaving Catholicism at the age of 31, I turned to mysticism and metaphysics rather than another Christian denomination for finding greater truth. I was a member of a spiritual metaphysical community (close-knit but not co-habiting) for seven years. The guidance I received there has been highly beneficial, and yet the time came for me to also leave that, to find my way in a broader milieu. That’s how I was then guided to spend time with different teachers for different stages of my growth, both personally and online. My sense of what is true and not true was honed during this time and is serving me well.
Education and work:
I was educated by nuns from the age of two-and-a-half (Montessori) until the age of 24, when I graduated from Sedgley Park College, Manchester, after three years of teacher-training. I taught full time and part time for several years. I held groups at my home for metaphysical studies and wrote a regular newsletter, which was, in those days, posted to members. I enjoy giving talks to numerous groups of people, once receiving a standing ovation at The Hyatt on International Women’s Day. More details are available via my memoir, God’s Callgirl. I have a natural bent for editing the written word, and have participated in editing a Japanese political client’s English translation of her book.
Some more about me on Wendy Campbell’s Resilience Program: click here.
In the end the only question will be: How much did you love? How much more love is there on the planet because you were there?