Polly’s Path

Polly’s psychic path evolved through her own inner journey of self discovery.

Here is her story:

My childhood dream was to compete in the Olympics.

I competed from a young age in various sports until I finally found whitewater kayaking when I was 19.
I dedicated my life to kayaking and at the age of 33 I made the United States Freestyle Kayak Team and competed at The World Freestyle Kayak Championships in Graz, Austria.
This was it. My chance to fulfill my childhood dream.

As a supplement to my kayak training I began yoga and meditation to help me focus in competition. I studied all the self help books I could get my hands on. Realising competing at a high level that I needed to train my mind as much as my body. I learned about the Law of Attraction from Abraham Hicks and began using it in my daily life with astonishing results. I read Louise Hay and began doing daily affirmations and became aware of my mind and how negative I was to myself most of the time. I started setting positive intentions after reading Wayne Dyer’s, The Power of Positive Intention. I set positive outcomes and they would happen. I began doing daily gratitude lists focusing on what was good in my life, instead of what was not good. I got clear on what I wanted, wrote it down and believed it was possible, and usually it would happen. Not always in my time frame, but when I read back on my stacks of journals almost everything I wrote down has materialized.

I have always been sensitive to the spirit world and in my early 20’s had my first medium experience, channelling the deceased mother of my boyfriend at that time. It was scary to me and tried my best to ignore this gift and focused on my sport.

At the 2003 World Championships I came 5th after holding the top spots throughout the entire competition. Although I had some amazing performances I left the competition feeling devastated that I didn’t win.
My whole life purpose and identity had been involved in this goal. Coming so close and not “achieving” it extinguished my inner fire. I eventually left kayaking in the pursuit of becoming a filmmaker, surfer, and artist.

Following a devastating relationship breakup in 2010 and a downward spiral into addiction, I enrolled in a 10- day Vipassana Meditation Course.
This course changed my life.
I finally saw clearly for the first time my destructive behaviors that I was in denial about. The little voice inside that would rear its ugly head and hold me back.

I knew it was time to make some serious changes, and I did.

I also began training again for the 2011 Freestyle Kayak World Championships. Seeing if with all my new found knowledge I could do it differently, in a truly holistic and positive way. It was a true journey of self discovery. I put myself under my own microscope keeping video diaries and filming myself through the whole process. I questioned my motives. Why was it so important to be the World Champion? Why did I have to compete? Why did I have to be a famous filmmaker, artist etc. Who am I really?

These were massive questions and finally I realized it was all my ego. Needing recognition. Because my own inner sense of self believed I needed to be the best in the world at whatever I did in order to be worthy.
A pretty intense realization, but one of the most important things I have ever faced. Who am I without the awards? Without the recognition? Without my sports? Without my addictions?

This line of questioning and self searching led me deeper down the path of yoga and developing my psychic gifts.
In 2012 I went to India for the first time to practice yoga at the KPJAYI in Mysore (the home of Ashtanga yoga), another life changing decision. While in India I began developing my psychic and intuitive abilities that I had buried since childhood. I studied with a psychic development teacher and brought my latent intuitive channeling into the light. I returned to India the following year, completing my RYT 200 hr yoga teacher training in Rishikesh, (and completing several very adventurous cycling & kayaking missions.)

Psychic work, yoga, meditation, & breath work  have now become my life focus.
I still enjoy my sports but the inner growth I have experienced through breath work, yoga, meditation, and energy work has changed me into the person I know I am meant to be in this world.
My breath work, yoga and meditation practices have changed me through experience. Everyday internal reflection and observation of my mind, which is the creator of pain, suffering, or magic and miracles. All depending of what I focus on.

My path of self discovery has led me to amazing healers and teachers, which have changed my life in unbelievably magic ways. I return to India on a regular basis for further development of my spiritual practices, and I am now working with all these tools I have learned on my path to help you. My deep belief is that we are the creators of our own reality and my goal is to empower you to create the life you dream of.
Through my sports training I know the importance of a good coach, and that if we have at least one person that believes in us and our dreams that is enough.

I LOVE my work as a psychic medium & breathworker. I thrive on helping people connect with their deeper selves and facilitating the integration that takes place.
I know this is my purpose in life and look forward to helping you connect, communicate, resolve, and grow.



“I can show you the path, but you have to walk it.” ~Buddha

Here is a short film I made about my self discovery journey to the 2011 World Kayak Championships and how A Fire Within was born: