Psychic from a young age and ill-equipped to work with her gifts, Hawkins entered the corporate world. After two decades in the professions of banking and law, respectively, she moved to Silicon Valley to work in high-tech. As a casualty of the “dot-com bust,” in 2001 Hawkins turned her attention to the emerging field known as life coaching.
Fascinated by human behavior and what makes people tick, Hawkins felt right at home in her new profession. Over the next few years, Hawkins took thousands of hours of training in the field of human potential and behavior change to become a certified trainer of Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP) and Hypnosis. At the same time she began a spiritual journey that lead her to the ancient system of Hawaiian Huna. Her journey eventually lead her back to her roots to work with her psychic abilities via the Akashic Records, a place she would come to realize later she had always accessed. Seeking out advanced training in this field, Hawkins became a Certified Advanced Akashic Records teacher.
As The Biz Psychic, Hawkins draws upon her psychic, business and coaching skills to help savvy business women by providing clarity, guidance, and wisdom through Akashic Record readings.
As The Biz Psychic, Hawkins draws upon her psychic, business and coaching skills to help savvy business women by providing clarity, guidance, and wisdom through Akashic Record readings. She is also a psychic medium and brings connection and closure through spirit to those who need it.
After the unexpected death of her partner, Hawkins struggled to thrive. “Life is a teaching experience, says Hawkins, and I learned that I needed much stronger yet loving boundary skills if I was going to survive and thrive.” Hawkins spent the next several years developing her boundary skills system that she now teaches in addition to her spiritual trainings.
Hawkins is a co-author of Tapping into God: Experiencing the Spiritual Spectrum and her new book Say “No” Without Guilt: Six Achievable Steps to Confidently Set and Communicate Boundaries, the book her classes are based on.
Hawkins lives in San Jose and loves spending time with her cats, friends and doing Zumba when not writing, giving readings or teaching.
Julie, when you did a reading for me, you explained you were experiencing a tremendous whirlpool of heavy energy and emotional tumult that I could not explain at the time. You shared that I was going to hit some very challenging times and to wait until after March to schedule any work trainings. Well, dear Julie, my father became very ill in February and then again in mid March. He was hospitalized, had surgery, a nightmare at the hospital and finally released two days before his death on Easter, which was March 31. It was certainly one of the most trying experiences of my life.You glimpsed the tornado that was heading my way and although I didn’t know what it was going to be at that time, boy am I glad I listened to you and did not schedule all the trainings I had originally lined up.
Melanie, M., Nashville, Tennessee