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Gloria has changed my life in many glorious ways! Her gift of connection is priceless and beyond words. For many years and through many challenges, she has put me in touch with my inner “Virtuosa” to see myself as a child of God.

Susan Reno

Gloria’s gift comes with profound consequences – the betterment she gives to one, is in turn passed on to others in a multitude of ways, which in turn is passed on in kind to yet another wave of recipients; and the cycle continues.

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Gloria helped me to heal my relationship with my father who was killed in an accident when I was 15. I had been in a fight with him before he died and never had time to resolve things between us until Gloria helped me reconnect with him. Now he is one of my best ally’s in this world and the other. The peace this has brought my heart is priceless.

Adrienne Cobb

Some ways I’ve helped

A successful CEO was feeling disconnected from himself and from God. He didn’t believe it was possible to have a personal relationship with God or a connected relationship with himself. He thought God was something “out there.” Through working with me he came to a new understanding. He said, “Wow, God is within me. I never knew I could actually have a relationship with my maker!” And he went on to confide that he now relates to himself in a “real and meaningful way.” He says he has finally found the meaning of true success.

A therapist I was helping called and confided that she was concerned she needed to see a psychiatrist and get some prescribed medications. After soulfully listening I heard that what she most needed was to reconnect with herself. After applying my practical, specific exercises she called and said she felt like a new person and was doing great, and she wouldn’t be seeing a psychiatrist and taking any medication after all.

A new client called and asked me to help her prepare for her death. She truly believed she was dying and was ready to give up on life. Through deep soulful listening I quickly heard the Truth. She wasn’t dying; she was afraid of living. She is now focused on her passions and living with gusto!

A client wanted to get pregnant through the invitro process; she had tried on her own 8 times. When she shared her disappointment I asked her if she were ready to have her babies. I heard a resounding YES! I listened deeply and instructed her HOW to connect with her embryos, (she wanted twins) and allow the process to work. I’m happy to report that after working with me the invitro process worked (the very next time) and she now has 2 beautiful girls.

The latest from Soulful Insights

Back in Full Swing And Appreciating our Common Ground of LOVE

Hello my friends, it’s good to be back. I feel I’ve been in another world right in my own home. Well, I kind of have…my sisters-in-law came from England, London and Cyprus (An island in the Mediterranean, which is their Motherland). Although I found their world and mine…worlds apart, in just about every imaginable way, I found we had something important in common – our love for family. So…when they were talking back and forth in Turkish, or putting dishes away (God knows where), or passionately giving me or my husband advise, or taking long-minutes for every decision – I focused on our common ground – the love. I would breathe deeply and think about how much they love us (my husband and I), and I would think about how much we love them. (And appreciate them; they came a long way to see us.) Not only did I think about my love, I also made sure to demonstrate my love. I shared with them my love and appreciation through words, cards, and small kindnesses. When they went on a walk or out with my husband I made sure to do something special for them…fresh flowers, sweep their rooms, leave small gifts, etc. Also, the moment I became aware of my need to defend my way of life, or try and control a situation, I knew it was a signal (and the saving of my relationships) to focus on the love. I would breathe in deeply my love for them or purposefully do a loving act. Focusing on the love is the answer. (And may save our relationships) The... read more

Moment of Grace

Friends, while I’m on my reprieve please enjoy this post (a second time) that is so close to my heart. While reading Dr. Kelly Flanagan’s post – Home is Where the Grace Is – tears spill down my face. His insightful, penetrating words “Home happens at the end, when our bodies our failing us but the love surrounding doesn’t,” ring loudly and transport me back to another time. My frail Mother’s last words echo within me, “Come home, come home.” On the plane I pray: Please God, see that I get home in time to say good-bye to my Mother. I need to say good-bye and she needs to know I’ve come home. By the Grace of God, I made it home in time to say my good-byes to my Mom.   Fast forward to 10 months later I get off the plane, my first visit since my Mother’s passing, eager to get my rental and settle in at my niece’s. While walking (close to a run) I turn and spot a woman crying (One of those deep from the soul cries). In that moment I completely forget about my need to get settled. I walk to her and time seems to stop, everything feels surreal. Her head down, heaving gut-wrenching tears, I put my hand on her back. In whisper like fashion, I say, “I’m here for you.” She looks up and I repeat, “I’m here for you.” She holds up her phone and stammering between tears, says, “My Mom died. I didn’t make it in time.” I sit down next to her, pull her toward me and hold her while... read more

Intuitive Listening – It’s All about Paying Attention

Dearest friends, I am taking a reprieve and during this time I will be sharing with you some past favorites. Think of them as loving reminders for your soulful growth. My husband’s family is visiting from across the other side of the world, England and Cyprus. I AM filled with love for my new family (it’s my first time meeting them). I feel I now have older sisters. I’m the oldest in my family, and I’m enjoying my new role oh so much! Please enjoy these past favorites as I relish my time with my new sisters. As a guest on a radio show I was asked, “What is intuitive listening, and how does one learn to do it? My answer, “It is listening to your soul, and it all begins with paying attention.” The other day I heard one word, “stretch.” I went about my daily business as usual not really questioning why the word, stretch, popped up out of nowhere. Then the next day while exercising I heard it again, “Stretch.” I thought… I’m stretching enough. (While not taking into consideration that my legs have been achy) Well, the following day while getting a massage, the massage therapist says, out of the blue, “I have a good book about stretching. You may want to take a look at it. You know stretching is very important.” Finally, my soul got me to pay attention. I’ve added more stretching to my exercise routine, and my legs feel better already. We all have gut feelings. We all sense a gravitational pull to do or not do something. We all get hunches. We all... read more

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