Pam Kaur was born and raised in the UK and moved to Canada in 2003. She plays many roles and has played throughout her life—mother, daughter, sibling, aunt, friend, mentor, and coach. Being a mother is the most rewarding of all. Mothers are influential creators because we bring life into this world. A wise soul once said, “A mother is the first form of God that a child meets entering into this world.”
Her son is her catalyst and the beat to her heart, fulfilling her core. “I’m grateful I get to be both mum and dad to him, she muses. “He is an honor student and a gifted basketball player. My life revolves around basketball seven days in addition to full-time school and work. Having my hands full keeps me on my toes, and no, I don’t know how I do it either.”
The divine roles that she plays are significant; a Creator, Earth Angel shining her light for others, a unicorn spreading magical and joyful energy, and a fearless warrior and way-shower. “Yes, I am absolutely a lightworker, an intuitive empath, and a high vibrational soul.”
As a Certified Career Development Practitioner, Pam spent the past 12 years working with newcomers providing job search, career development, and coaching to integrate into Canadian Society successfully. She worked as a Program Coordinator in a pre-arrival program, aiding skilled federal workers.
She finds working with youth quite delightful. “I can connect with them, and they, with me. I’m excited to hear about their dreams, thoughts, and beliefs. Leaving a better place for our children is a higher calling for me. I see myself as a gatekeeper and a teacher.” Her clients, which she gratefully appreciates, referred to her as Mama Bear.
“I receive a lot of communication from men needing confidential emotional support in a safe, responsive, and non -judgmental environment,” she quips. More men share their experiences in toxic relationships. She helps them in implementing structured, culturally sensitive, and appropriate interventions and support groups. She offers emotional and spiritual guidance and provides tools and community referrals to those experiencing anxiety and depression. “I have also guided and support men who have to endure intimate partner violence.” Presently she serves the community as a short-term crisis navigator and the future likely holds specialization as a Divorce Coach.
Pam strives to build relationships within her community, holding safe and sacred spaces for others. It led her to embark on a new journey—one that excites her. “I feel divinely led to fulfill my purpose,” she reveals. My purpose is to give unconditional love and compassion and to serve those who don’t have a voice and the strength to stand up for themselves as a beacon of light.
“The two most powerful words: ‘I AM,’ have helped me heal my subconscious mind. The only way I know how to give is unconditionally, and I do this by being present and showing up for others. I am a warrior, and my spirit is unbreakable, my Faith unshakeable. My fearlessness makes me courageous and gives me the ability to keep moving forward despite significant traumas.”
Today, Pam is more empowered, wiser, and determined than yesterday. Her wounds have healed. She has risen like a phoenix from the ashes and has gone through and celebrated many rites of passages. She genuinely believes we can all heal, and we can become whole again, no matter what we’ve gone through. We are all creators, and we can choose what we want to manifest our lives to be. “My favorite mantra is—I am love, and I am light. And I live by the motto: I Am, I Can, I will, watch me.”