It is always a blessing to have a person you have connected with in the past call out of the blue to ask to send an interviewer and photographer your way to share your story. In doing the story I got to meet two amazing people Sarah Wengert and Bill Sitzmann who are gifted in their craft and radiating their bright light in their work and actions. Below is a small clip of the story featured in Omaha Magazine, to read more simply click here.
Chanell Jaramillo helps people discover their true colors—just as she once sought to divine her own.
Gifted with vision and intuition that transcended her childhood in a hardscrabble neighborhood of Yuma, Arizona, she later revived those abilities to make another great escape. She transformed herself from an ill, overworked executive to a healer, surrounding herself in the safe, centered haven of her ultimate truth.
“Life experiences are teachings,” says Jaramillo. “You can look at them as challenges and get stuck in your circumstance, or, you can see them as lessons and allow them to take you to a place of wisdom.” Jaramillo is a solution-focused holistic health practitioner with a Ph.D. in transpersonal psychology, a school of psychology that integrates the spiritual and transcendent aspects of the human experience within the framework of modern psychology. She employs that philosophy in guiding her clients toward their own personal truth and optimum path. Working primarily as a transformational life-coach from her Omaha Healing Arts Center office, Jaramillo skillfully walks the line between analysis and intuition, academic knowledge and life-learned wisdom, fact-based theory and gut-based truth.