Rev. Barbara Lucas believes that her work helps people have fun, be relaxed and learn lots as they work with her guidance and connect to the Creative Intelligence who dwells within each of us.
She does the work of leading people to connect with Spirit and receive the information they need to gain wellness in all areas of life.
She is a highly intuitive, creative who encourages individuals to name where they are at the moment as well as where they want to be in any area of life.
She encourages celebration of connection to the Creative Intelligence who dwells within.
She depends on her own connection with Spirit instead of her extensive formal and informal educations to do this.
Her formal education took place at West Liberty State University, West Virginia University and Sedona University. In those places, she earned degrees in education and spiritual counseling.
Her informal education is from living life. She has over seventy years of experiences in growth, work, and relationships. She has lived in many environments including coal mining villages, farming communities, inner city areas and wealthy subdivisions. She has dealt with many issues and solved many problems.
Today, she is known as early childhood educator, organic backyard gardener, cat rescuer and Ask the Angels Coach.
As Ask the Angels Coach she uses the Legend of the Red Thread, her relationships with angels and her connection to Spirit to lead people to picture life as they want it to be and then bring forth that picture.
And so it is.
Rev. Barbara S Lucas, PhD has earned degrees in education and spiritual counseling from West Liberty State University, West Virginia University, and Sedona University.
She is a certified Inner Speak Creation Breakthrough Coach, a certified Intentional Creativity Coach and a certified Chakra Wisdom Healer. She has completed many trainings including the Red Thread Guide training provided by Intentional Creativity Foundation.
She is an ordained minister affiliated with the International Metaphysical Ministries.
She lives in the United States in the state of Georgia.