About Me


Greetings! I'm Rachel Horton White. I founded Soulful Work Intuitive Consulting to help others shift their lives by working with thoughts, emotions and energy.

I work with expanding souls to uncover their true, inner selves - combining everyday tools with higher guidance and the subconscious.

I assist spiritually-open people in accessing their intuition, uncovering deep-seated subconscious blocks and expanding into their true soul essence!

I use life coaching, mindful guided imagery, hypnotherapy and divine guidance to help people co-create the highest and best version of themselves. 

Who am I really, you may ask? I am the mother of two vibrantly loving children and am blessed with an endlessly supportive and talented musical husband (Chris Kemp White). As the oldest of four children growing up in Maine, I love to travel and have lived in Dakar, Senegal and Guadalajara, Mexico - both of these countries and the people in them helped shape who I am today. 

My sister and I are currently developing a spiritual retreat and community of people learning to live better lives in Costa Rica (reach out if you’re interested)!

My official-type qualifications include:

  • Bachelor's Degree in English, Wellesley College

  • Master's Degree in Public Administration, The University of Georgia

  • Member of the National Association of Transpersonal Hypnotherapists

  • Member of the American Board of Hypnotherapy

  • Member of the Energy Medicine Professional Association

  • Certified Hypnotherapist, the Southwest Institute for Healing Arts (SWIHA)

  • Certified Advanced Practitioner of the Akashic Records in the Pathway Prayer Process

  • Certified Basic Integrated Energy Therapy (IET) Practitioner

  • Former Director, Parkside Neighborhood Center, The Opportunity Alliance, Portland, Maine




For most of my life, I was fascinated with extra-sensory perception. I would have dreams that would come true, and deceased friends would come to me in dreams asking me to convey messages to their loved ones.

Now, I read the Akashic Records, Tarot cards and connect with angels.

As a young adult, though, I was afraid of intuition. I wanted to help people, so I went into the non-profit field after living abroad in Senegal.

I worked in the social service field for almost 15 years - creating and running (and tweaking) programs at various agencies. I got a couple of awards and some nice praise for this.

I have been an English teacher in Mexico, a community college instructor, Congressional intern, shoe salesperson and door-to-door canvasser.

I love yoga, music, hiking, traveling, literally hugging trees and playing with my kids.

It wasn't until 2005, during the painful end of a relationship, that I truly began integrating spirituality into my life.  I started learning how to use meditation as a tool to cope with grief and loss, and to break some of the patterns that had been holding me back in my life. 

The book When Things Fall Apart by Pema Chodron (sent to me by my sister) saved me. Out of sheer necessity and a desire to lift myself from this period of depression, I began practicing meditation and yoga regularly.

But even after that, I experienced for years a "stuck" feeling in my jobs feeling stressed, tired, helpless and frustrated.  I had done yoga and meditation for years, none of it seemed to work when I showed up at work. I finally got tired of feeling like this and decided to do something about it.  

I hired a coach and began meditating again, listening to my intuition and asking the universe, and my higher guides, for help.  And I started to receive. I realized what I had been doing to myself - that what I had been subconsciously doing internally was actually projecting out into my world.

Photo credit: Anne Davis

Photo credit: Anne Davis

I began to understand that our thoughts and emotions can deeply affect our lives and even our environment.

I began practicing monitoring my mind, and focusing on what I wanted in my job and in my everyday life, and began experiencing some incredible things.

This expansion then evolved into an intuitive and coaching practice for others. To get to this place, I have learned from many wise teachers, coaches and mentors.

I now hope to share a message of freedom, truth and healing as widely as I can. I am working on a book, and have written articles for online publications such as Wake Up World, Om Times and Elephant Journal.

I am a truth-teller -  I draw on the inspiration of my grandfather Ralph McGehee in sharing the truth about his experience in the CIA (here’s my interview of him). This instigated the beginning of an awakening for me, uncovering illusions and sharing truth about our reality and what has been hidden from us.

I now see my life purpose as helping people awaken to their Divine essence - to the powerful, spiritual beings that we truly are.

If we knew what we were capable of creating and doing in our own lives, we could experience a new and liberating way of thinking, being and experiencing our lives, and of healing the Earth and all of its beings.

With gratitude as always,


I am only a channel. It is not me doing the healing; it is really God. I am not using my intellect; I am intuitively tuning in on the client’s essence.
— From the Doing, Not Doing monograph
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