Lezah Young

Inner Growth


“Working with Lezah is supportive, safe, challenging and empowering. I develop strengths within myself that enable me to live a more creative, proactive lifestyle. I recommend Lezah wholeheartedly!”

JulieAshland, Oregon

The work we’ve done these last few months is more grounded than what I’ve experienced before. It’s what I’ve been looking for. Thank you for the gentle, honest, loving, lighthearted way you assist me. Thank you for your powerful insight, suggestions, and energetic sensitivity and healing.

Dana - Lincoln, Nebraska

Thank you for such an accurate, poignant and inspiring session. I have a lot to think about.

KaraGrand Rapids, Michigan

Lezah is a gifted healer. She gently and powerfully assists in unraveling and healing the twisted, knotted threads of my past. She sees and listens deeply; she offers respectful guidance. I am especially grateful for the help in building a strong relationship with myself and consequently with my teenage daughter.

Debbie - Taos, New Mexico

I have made more progress in one year working with Lezah than the last twenty trying to overcome consistent depression and other burdens. Our sessions are fascinating, meaningful, and deeply efficient. Lezah’s gift is to listen and guide me straight to the hidden heart of the matter. I am grateful to be growing once again.

Nikoletta - Santa Cruz, Ca

In Lezah’s sessions, I feel doors and windows opening; a fresh breeze of understanding flows into my mind and spirit. I gain increased awareness, guidance. The result of a session is having greater awareness of how to change my thought patterns, or issues. Her insights are instructive and essential to my personal growth.

Lynne - Savannah, Georgia

It was so great to connect clearly, quickly and easily throughout our session. Life feels better with my focus and freedom already. Thank you!

LauraKauai, Hawaii

Since our wonderful session I have been implementing some new helpful behaviors for myself. Today I sent myself a love note on email. I’m enjoying the idea of marrying myself first and then being a truly good friend to my feelings. Thank you so much for the awesome way you work!

Renee’ - Bellingham, Washington


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Occasionally, I can work on a problem, an emotional issue, for extended periods. If I don’t get to the root, which usually resides in my childhood, it can take longer to uncover, accept, and change the behavior or thought pattern. I’ve learned over the years that when I get triggered-feeling rejected, angry, or resentful by something someone does or says, like when my friend said that she couldn’t keep our date, I’ve learned to look deeper for clearer answers.
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Laura filed for divorce three years before she called me for an intuitive session. She’s anxious, she wants to see into the future; she wants to know why her separated husband is becoming increasingly more difficult to rationally communicate with. Laura especially wants to know two things; when will her house sell and when will her divorce be final?
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I ask Virginia what she wants to work on in this session? Her voice deepens as she tells me she’s been stuck financially for years. “And the reasons are in me” she says. She’s desperate to uncover these hidden secrets and change them.
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Jeanne looks to be a small woman with a strong, gentle, presence and a heavy French accent. After greeting each other and sharing some small talk I close my eyes to begin the Skype session.

Jeanne tells me her story, “My husband had a stroke several years ago and it left him paralyzed on his left side. He has always been a difficult man to deal with but since
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sessions_photoLearning how to say “no” is difficult for some people. I was one of those people before seeking help through therapy. I could not say the word, “no” in situations where I thought my decline would somehow hurt the other person. Even if that other person was hurting me in someway, I had trouble stopping the behavior. I would instead freeze and dissociate. Later, I would feel shame at my perceived weakness, and I would hide from the reality of what I had done. I needed a radical awakening, inside me, to take place.
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