Frequently Asked Questions

When I began my healing journey many years ago, I never realized the impact I would have on others around me. I constantly would struggle with imposter syndrome, feeling as thought I was "never good enough" to be doing what the Creator was leading me to do. As I grew and matured, I began to realize that it is my souls purpose to walk this path, and I began to embrace it and nurture my gifts.

Through everything I have been far from perfect, I've made mistakes and I've fallen short. But through it all I have grown and matured in areas I didn't know were possible, and developed into something much bigger than I could had ever dreamed of before embracing this path.

Since I began all of this, I've noticed the same questions being asked time and time again, so I have decided to gather all of those questions together and answer them here today.

Enjoy!!

What is Reiki?

Reiki is a the life force energy that surrounds us at all times. By becoming in sync with this energy and becoming a hollow bone for the energy to flow through, we become better able at utilizing this energy in the world around us. Reiki is the ether that surrounds us. Reiki, is the work of the Holy Spirit. Idolizing Reiki is not proper and is against my practice, and everything is done only by the will of Yah.

Do you use crystals?

No. I repented from new age practices. Crystals themselves are not a sin, but using them on an alter, praying before them, or idolizing them is.

Do you take psychedelics?

No.  I do not use psychedelics in my practice.

What does your spiritual routine look like?

I meditate and pray every morning to start my day. After that meditation, I get up, drink my coffee and work on responding to emails, studying various scriptures and spending time with my horses. In the afternoons I take 1:1 ministry appointments which are done over zoom. I have made friends with people around the world through these and I am very fortunate to have the availability and tools to offer this to any who need it.

I ride as much as I can, which is never as much as I would like. I journal about once a week, and after substantial dreams or visions.  Overall my routine is one that fulfills my personal individual interests and characteristics.

I honor the Sabbath, and in 2022 I plan to further adjust my lifestyle to the lunar Sabbath as outlined in the book of Enoch. My husband and I enjoy studying a weekly Torah portion on the Sabbath, and this has been great for maintaining spiritual wellness, as well as a physical rest day from the stresses of my husbands job.

How do you meditate?

I meditate through becoming the observer. This allows me to freely experience this existence without becoming attached to the situations and experience. I have found that meditating on scripture is the best method for healing and enlightenment. I find a comfortable position, and I often move around during meditation. I allow my thoughts to flow freely during meditation. I observe them, and they fall away. The farther I push myself to only observe, the more centered I become, and the less attached I am to my ego and my thoughts. The same is said for my emotions, as well as my spirit. I prefer to meditate on the Psalms or concepts I have read in scripture that I don't understand.

What are your opinions about the end of times rumors?

Let those who see, see. Let those who hear, hear. In the spring of 2021, I was told to repent all new age practices, and I did so. I began observing Torah to my best abilities and have dedicated my entire life to studying Torah, applying Torah, and understanding the teachings of Torah and how they align with the Medicine Wheel. Ironic enough, the teachings are the same.

Where is your favorite place to meditate?

On the back of a horse.

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Victoria Dellapaolera

Victoria is a Christian minister practicing spiritual healing and development in Williston, North Dakota. Victoria has worked with horses her entire life, and has learned many of her healing techniques from the horses.

She graduated from West Virginia University in 2020 Magna Cum Laude with a bachelors degree in Human Services and Sports and Exercise Psychology; gaining her associates degree in Farm and Ranch Management and Equitation from Dawson Community College in Glendive, Montana in 2012.

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