Kim Vazquez


Kim Vazquez is a former business owner who found her true calling when she began to help others recognize divine guidance in their lives. As an Angel Intuitive she has trained with Doreen Virtue, Ph.D and is certified as an ANGEL THERAPY PRACTITIONER®.

Kim's website/blog can found at It's a site dedicated to providing hope, healing, divine guidance and inspiration, as well as a glimpse into the wonder that can be found in ordinary life, even if you have a chronic illness. She resides in Placer County, California. Her beloved second home is in Newfoundland, Canada, where she has family sprinkled throughout the province.

From Kim: I'm dedicated to sharing my personal journey of awakening in the hopes of helping others to view their lives through the lens of higher purpose/higher perspective.

The fertile soil that has (and continues) to produce such insight is a life full of rich experience. Rich experience not to be mistaken for "easy." There's been a variety of unfortunate life stuff, but there's also been great joy and personal triumph- all ingredients needed for my spiritual evolution. These days my view of success is quite different than it was when I was in my late thirties. Today, success isn't a fancy house, success is the feeling of fulfillment. When I'm able to turn my life experience and the gift of angel insight into a story or message that helps another human along their journey, there's nothing that fills my heart more.

Where to find Kim Vazquez online

Where to buy in print


Living in the Rear View Mirror: From Substance Abuse to a Life of Substance
Price: $7.95 USD. Words: 115,720. Language: English. Published: June 29, 2014. Categories: Nonfiction » Inspiration » Personal inspiration, Nonfiction » New Age » Angels & Fairies
A unique blend of the paranormal, personal triumph, recovery and spirituality. Living in the Rear View Mirror is a compelling and powerful story, written with courageous honesty. It takes the reader into the mind of a woman struggling to leave her past behind and find her self-worth.

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