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The significance of the tiger and willow

The inspiration for naming my healing studio ‘Tiger Willow Studio’ comes from my Spirit Totem, the Tiger, as well as my Native American Heritage.  

To Native Americans, the Tiger represents leadership, physical grace and strength, and intuitive abilities such as sensitive hearing and vision, known as clairaudience and clairvoyance. The Tiger is also called ‘the spirit keeper’.  

The image of the Willow Tree represents our path to wholeness through hope and healing. The Native Americans revere the Willow Tree as a source of strength and stability as well as a symbol of deep inner knowledge, flexibility, and open-mindedness. 

The Willow Tree provides a sense of belonging and safety as it supports the release of pain and suffering to allow new growth and to gain inner strength and acceptance.   

These are the qualities by which I live my life and I am honored to walk this journey, together with you, in love.

About Sheldon

Born with an innate gift for Energetic Healing, Clairvoyance, and Clairsentience, Sheldon Greene is known as a “Soul Whisperer” who vibrationally changes your energy field with the Language of Light’s tones and symbols.

Sheldon is a Certified Reiki Master, Mindfulness Practitioner, and an Intuitive Energy Practitioner. She has studied under Dr. Eric Pearl as a Reconnective Foundational Practitioner.  

Sheldon’s life journey has taught her how to live life from a place of strength and loving kindness. Allow her to accompany you on your journey to personal truth, healing, growth, and abundance to access all that the Universe has to offer you.

Surround yourself with the Divine light she channels and open your heart to enlightening experiences that previously seemed unreachable.

Over the past 15 years, Sheldon has worked with hundreds of clients whose medical conditions have included  cancer, dementia, alzheimer's, diabetes, anxiety, panic attacks, grief, sadness, despair, and depression.   

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