About Julie Rogers
After an injury left me nearly disabled in 2004, I dedicated my life to exploring Divine order through miracles and mysticism. My own healing led me into the study and practice of Medical Qigong, Traditional Chinese Medicine, Intuitive Medicine, Reiki, Relationship Therapy, Hypnotherapy, and Emotional Healing.
Not unlike many others in this field, I have known something was different about me since childhood. Several phenomena I encountered at an early age I could not explain, like lucid dreaming, prayerful ecstasy, visions, and out-of-body experiences.
I am certified in Medical Qigong, Reiki, Reflexology, Therapeutic Nutrition, Chakra Therapy, Hypnotherapy, Spiritual Counseling, Pet Therapy, Athletic Training, and Martial Arts. I also received my Interfaith Ordination from St. John’s University in 2007. I therefore approach my work from a broad base of ideas, disciplines, and practices.
My focus is helping clients glean from everyday experiences their own intuitive call to unlock their Divine potential.
About Divine Contracts
We believe every person enters into this lifetime with certain personalities, signatures–agreed upon with their Creator, that they carry into this world. We understand that we can live more completely as we uncover significance in our daily choices and life events, and how these circumstances contribute to our ultimate soul journey. Divine Contracts carry the weight of life purpose and meaning, not just obligation and responsibility. Recognizing and understanding these contracts can shift your awareness and consciousness regarding the meaning of life.
Julie Rogers’s award-winning stories have been featured in numerous self-help, inspirational, and fiction publications, including Coping With Cancer, Daily Meditation, Mocha Memoirs, Anotherealm, Horsethief’s Journal, Images Inscript, Complete Woman, and the annual anthology Writes of Passage: Every Woman has a Story! She is the author of Happy Tails: How Pets Can Help You Survive Divorce (self-help) Simeon: A Greater Reality (spirituality) Hootie (middle-grade fiction), and Seven Shorts (neo-Noir). Julie ghostwrites for a number of publications independently and on Upwork.
Julie is the 1999 Writer’s Digest Writing Competition Grand Prize Winner for her short story “House Call.”
Other awards include Fade In magazine’s 2005 screenplay Semi-Finalist for the screenplay “Grave Jumper” and the 1998 Writer’s Digest Writing Competition First for the stage play comedy “Garage Sale.”