After teaching elementary school for a number of years and raising her family, Pamela returned to university to complete her Master's degree in Spiritual Formation. Pamela has worked as a Spiritual Mentor and has led many Meditation and Spiritual Awareness workshops. In addition to her formal training in Spiritual Formation and as a Funeral Celebrant, she has had an abundance of rich life experiences ranging from humanitarian work at an orphanage Nigeria, teaching grade school, raising four energetic children, and most recently assisting her husband Paul on their burgeoning Organic Farm in Saanich. When she finds free moments she delights in creative expression and can be found playing with glass and pottery in her studio.
Pamela sees her life's work as helping others find the Divine Light in themselves so they can see it and share it with others.
“I find death to be a painful yet profoundly spiritual place to be in life. All superfluous baggage is stripped away and only what is precious remains with us.
My own experiences with death have been life altering. Nothing could have prepared me for the shock of our first child's stillbirth, and although I would never have chosen this path, it freed me from my fear of death. The death of those we love is an opportunity, albeit usually unasked for, to walk further along the path of discovering our true selves and the gift that can be to those around us.”