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Rachel Horton White

I help people uncover who they really are and what they're meant to be doing.

Job Intuitive Counselor / Soulful Work Intuitive Consulting

Lives In Falmouth

A spiritual teacher, coach and writer, Rachel Horton White supports others in finding purpose, fulfillment and meaning in their lives through Soulful Work Intuitive Consulting. Along with intuitive guidance sessions, Rachel offers workshops, live and online classes, The Courageous Path podcast and meditation classes. With a former career in social services/non-profit management, Rachel has a Bachelor’s Degree in English from Wellesley College and a Master’s Degree in Public Administration from the University of Georgia. She claims her true education came from studying abroad in Dakar, Senegal and teaching English in Guadalajara, Mexico. Rachel is also an amateur dream analyzer, pianist, traveler, outdoor enthusiast, Tarot reader and yogi. Her most important and blessed roles of all came as wife to her soul partner and mother to two energetic, bright-eyed, young children right outside Portland, Maine.  Rachel works toward a vision of a world with people aligned with who they really are, listening to their own inner wisdom and sharing love with each other, with animals and with the planet for our collective healing and evolved consciousness.

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