Victoria Theresa Fabling (pronounced Fey-bling) was raised in the North Yorkshire moors in the UK. She was keen to be a published author as soon as she could write, and went ahead anyway with her ink pen and neat cursive writing which used to win her cash prizes.
Prior to her interest in writing, she was acting as an interpreter for ghosts. Some of these spirit beings objected to being trapped in mansions just because they were a novelty. Victoria, a free spirit herself, also communicated daily with nature, and allowed nature to be her playmate: inviting small rocks to travel towards her. Before that – she encountered the tangible feeling of Paradise which prompted her to encourage adults to communicate in a more consciously loving way with all other living beings, at all times.
Victoria was, and still is, a deep thinker who challenged those who came to the house to walk their talk. Her heroine was Joan of Arc.
Skipping a few years, she went to London to work in the fashion industry. She left her most glamorous job at Chanel because she felt she had abandoned her true purpose, and having been to a lecture which stimulated her, voraciously studied psychology and handwriting analysis. then became a founding, qualified member of the British Academy of Graphology. In the eighties and mid-nineties she was Britain’s busiest graphologist, specialising in compatibility. She also discovered that neat handwriting isn’t all it is cracked up to be! Your writing will change as you develop, providing proof of progress. She is an expert at transmuting stuckness and living serendipitously so that events flow (for you, as they do for her) with ease, grace and joy.
Cancer claiming the lives of several relatives led her to study healing with The Healing Trust, and this, like graphology was a three year course. Victoria felt totally at home in Africa; was welcomed as a “first born” and yet immigrated to Canada in 1998 to continue running her holistic healing practice which has come full circle, as she learns then teaches how nature shows us what to do, how and when.
Victoria has a wealth of knowledge from four very different cultures, that of Paradise, Europe, Africa and Canada. She feels Universal.