Who I Am


My name is Rochelle Morrow. I have been on a healing journey for the past couple of years. It has been amazing. The path of this journey has offered me many opportunities to learn new things. These opportunities have come through reading books, talking to people and feeling divine inspiration and direction. This blog is my attempt to share what I have learned with the people I love, and with the world, because I think there are a lot of people out there who need to know the truth.

The truth is that there are lies circulating out there in the world and many of us believe them, which is impeding our progression and affecting our health and happiness. This blog is my attempt to expose those lies so that we don’t have to believe them anymore and we can feel free to be who we really are.

What I offer you is who I am. I am an active member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (a Mormon), but my views in this blog do not reflect the doctrine or beliefs of the LDS Church as a whole. Please do not make the mistake of assuming that what I believe is what all Mormons believe. If you want to know more about what Mormons or LDS people believe, please visit Mormon.org. What I write is not meant to be authoritative; I only speak from experience.

I am a disciple of Jesus Christ. Because I am a Christian, please do not assume that I am intolerant of other beliefs and points of view. I am open and accepting of all truth, no matter where it comes from, because I believe that all truth comes from the same source.

I am a believer and promoter of energy medicine. Learning about energy has been the basis of my healing journey. There are lots of ways to practice energy medicine, and I support the way that works best for you. My emphasis here will not be how to heal and create a better life for yourself, but what you need to know in order to heal. I think that understanding the lies and realizing the truth is key to that healing.

I do not feel the need to be anonymous. I authored an anonymous blog for several years, hiding behind an identity that I didn’t feel could be exposed, but I am done with that. I will share who I am in these posts because I am not ashamed anymore. I hope you will support and encourage me, even if you disagree with me, because I will support and encourage you to be open to whatever your spirit needs you to know.


3 thoughts on “Who I Am

  1. Kelly says:

    Excited to read more. Way to go, Girl!!

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  2. Ariell says:

    Thank you for sharing Rochelle! I am looking forward to hearing about your Journey. I admire you for the progress and change you have made to heal yourself. I hope I can follow your example, I am sure this will be a gift to many.

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  3. Tiffany Gardner says:

    Your Amazing and I am blessed to know you!!!! I learn so much from you, through our blunders we shall Grow, laugh, love, cry and live a much happier life!! Keep up the good work! Through your Journey May you Remember to Stay away from the raisins and olive loaf :)).

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