When people ask me what I do, I find it hard to answer because I have had so many different incarnations in my life, from being the company director of a Project Management Consultancy to working as a House Therapist. Now I just say that I am a Life Analyst. In fact, looking back over the past few decades I can see that that is exactly what I have been – someone who has dived into many aspects of life and come out with an understanding of the bigger picture. I adore research. I research anything that piques my interest to within an inch of its life because I love discovering what makes things work and why they are the way they are. I have become an observer of life and now write books that I hope will help other people understand this world better and express who they truly are in a safe and beautiful way.
I started out my professional life as a production engineer which, back in the eighties, was quite a radical thing for a woman to do. However, I didn’t stay in engineering for long as my creative side was spotted, and I ended up being a copywriter for a large technical company and later self-employed as a freelancer. For a short while, I was also a PR consultant working on technical accounts in the City of London. All of this happened before I was 26.
For some years I ran the Project Management Consultancy with my partner but then I hit my thirties and things started to change quickly. I was in the fortunate position that I earned enough money from the company to only have to work around two days a week and so, for the next ten years, I explored personal growth with a fierce hunger. This meant not only healing my own past and an abusive childhood, but also studying many spiritual paths and therapies. Some of the things I saw during this time I still find incredible, but not only did I learn a lot about myself and what makes people tick in general, I also began to develop interesting abilities that enable me to read the energies of people and places. This led to working as a House Therapist, somebody who can sense the energy blueprint of a house and how it is affecting the life of the people living in it.
Then, around the same time that the world went into an economic collapse in 2007, I went into a health collapse which turned out to be Chronic Fatigue Syndrome. This took me out of the mainstream world for around 6 years. During this time, I say that I was a visitor to the asylum of life rather than an inmate. This meant that I was able to observe the world in an objective way and see the real bigger picture and the amazing changes that are unfolding at this time.
And so, I am now an author and a speaker and hope that I can help other people benefit from what I have learned on my journey and so shine their unique light in the world and have the amazing life that they so deserve.
With love and respect,
You can check out Summer’s book Day of the Dolphin on Amazon here.