About Andrew Martin
As an Intuitive, Energy Healer, Channel & Spiritual Rebel, I have a pretty diverse set of tools in my spiritual tool box. There are a lot of ways that I can help you, and it all starts with your willingness to claim the truth. Growing up in a very small town in Wyoming, I was an outsider and an outcast. I was bullied and teased for most of my childhood. It wasn’t just that I was a creative soul who chose to express himself in very unique ways, I was also gay. None of this allowed me to fit in to the very limited idea of what a man from Wyoming should act like. I spent many years wondering why people didn’t like me or accept me.
When I turned 18, I packed up all of my belongings and my mother drove me out to Seattle so that I could start a new chapter. Suddenly I was free from the narrow point of view of the small town perspective. I was in a thriving city that embraced individuality and had a vibrant gay community. I was in heaven! The years of suppressing my true nature had built up a lot of pressure that could no longer be contained. Driven by my still powerful need to belong, I grasped out in search of anything or anyone that would make me feel loved and accepted. I spent a lot of my adult years indulging in sex, drugs, drinking, and people pleasing that pushed me many times to the brink. There were many nights spent lying in my bed exhausted and scared praying to God to please just let me not wake up.
At the age of 40, I was living in Los Angeles faking my way through a life that looked great on the surface, but that left me feeling empty and anxious. I was painting the bathroom in my new apartment when I heard a voice speak to me saying “You do realize that as soon as you finish painting this apartment, it’s going to be time for you to leave, don’t you”?
I slowly backed out of the bathroom and sat stunned on the sofa in the living room. It dawned on me that running away from who I truly was was no longer an option. Then and there, I made a promise that if I could get back to Seattle, that I wouldn’t move again until I had begun to create an authentic life built upon being of service to humanity. With no real plan, I quit my job the next day. Three weeks later, I had a job, an apartment and was back in Seattle.
I realized I couldn't bullshit myself anymore. The life that I wanted wasn't going to just land in my lap. There was no white knight that was going to come riding up on his horse and save me. I knew that it was time to be honest with myself and face the truth of who I was. It was time for me to stop telling myself the same shitty stories about why I couldn't have what I wanted. It was time to roll up my sleeves and do the work. It was time to get real.
The life I live now is vibrant and authentic. I am happier and more fulfilled than I have ever been and it just keeps getting better. There were a lot of people who helped me on my path but none of them walked it for me. I am forever grateful to them and ultimately I was the one who had to decide that I wanted a better life and that I was going to do the work necessary to get it.
Helping people cut through the noise to find the clarity they desire is what I was born to do. I have a great deal of respect for the people I work with. Living an authentic life isn't always easy. Taking ownership and responsibility for who you are and what you want takes courage, conviction and an unwavering commitment to the truth. In the end nothing is more empowering than being able to look yourself in the eye and like what you see. I'm here to assist you on your journey. I know that I can help.