About

At the core of all things is an elegant simplicity. It is my gift to see and understand that simplicity, with help from the largely untapped wisdom of animals and nature, and pass it on to others through Wellness Coaching, Animal Communication and Energy Healing.

I have explored a lot of interesting information, about the way things are through books, and I have studied various disciplines, from the violin to Buddhism with some amazing teachers but I have only ever listened to heart speak. Some things I have stumbled across in my journey have resonated in that chamber. Many not.I am not highly trained in any tradition whatsoever. Nor have I earned any academic degrees in anything at all. Whatever I have to offer comes to me by way of grace. I have had a lot of metaphysical experiences all my life, the first major life enhancing one, that I can recall, at age four. I didn’t study to get that experience nor any since then. They were given.

I have no preconceptions about the way things are. What seems to me to be truth one day may pass like the wind through the trees and disappear the next. I have nothing at all to recommend me but the energy which creates worlds flowing through me. Without clients and friends and students for that energy to flow to, I haven’t even that. Fortunately there are those who find they are able to use me to help nudge them to their own hearts desire. It is a nice arrangement and I am thankful. All I ask is — more.

July 16, 2014

Trisha Scott
E-Mail; trish@trishascott.com

9 thoughts on “About

  1. Dear, lovely, wise, adorable Trish,
    Again you came up with a wonderful initiative! Yes, I do use you from time to time to nudge me to my own hearts desire, and I am grateful for the opportunity you offer. I also want ….more!!!!!! We will keep in touch, for a very long fruitful time, I hope. God bless you!!!!!!!!!

  2. I find as I read your words that they resonate without me having to think hard about them because they just resonate. And as I breathe today and tomorrow and in the days ahead, I will hope to also be breathing for my friend Irene, who has been told she is dying of cancer. I am hoping that she can find other Breath and believe that she can live. Any who would send loving/living thoughts to her would be greatly appreciated.

    Thanks Trish.

  3. Hi Pam, good to see you here!

    People who know I am a healer sometimes say to me, “you healed me didn’t you?” after they are recovered from a rough patch they had told me about. Well, the answer is yes and no. As they tell me of their concerns I am resonating with them and yes I do breath while they are telling their story :)and yes I do breathe with them with healing intent. Period. I don’t go home and do a healing session unless I am asked to do so. I don’t go messing about in peoples energy bodies without being asked specifically (and paid :)) to do so. But yes I do breathe. And it does work at some level to alleviate suffering.

    So when Irene comes to mind, as she does from time to time since reading your post, I breathe as I resonate with her name in a way that includes her. I think the same will happen for many others who read your post whether they are aware of it or not. When all of the clutter of our lives dies away, as it does when we are made more aware of the larger reality, this is a natural happening.

  4. Trish, I am so excited to find your blog (thank you for commenting on mine). Someone else said it so beautifully… I also resonate with your words. There is a marvelous clarity that just shines.

    I will be back to explore in more depth…

  5. Dear Trish, some years ago I suggested that you are “like a guru”. And you stated: “Well, no, I don’t feel like a guru. You know, I like to stay in my cave, just quiet.” And so I decided that you are “my cave-guru”. You are my favorite cave-guru!
    I am delighted to find all the “goodies”, all these “delicacies” again which were on your old site.
    Words or just my words are too limited to really express my gratitude for you being you.
    Thank you, Trish, for being my favorite cave-guru!

    • Thank you Elsa. I couldn’t be me without you and others being you, so it all works out nicely.

      Will you forgive me now for taking down the cumbersome old site? I hope so because I don’t want to be a green bottle-nosed donkey. (Which, by the way, I have never heard of before. I’ve asked several people if the’d ever heard the phrase and, no. Nobody has.)

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