Judy Watts


Uncovering the truth – or not – about the real purpose of life on Earth continues to be Judy’s passion. She readily admits it: travel, research, wonder and speculation seem to be the necessary daily additives for a free thinking spirit.

Or, as her sometimes slightly frustrated father put it: “You can’t tell Judy anything!”

“Dad, you got that SORT of right!  You can tell me and yet….I want to know the realities for myself: all the mysteries hidden and forbidden.  And to shine the light on uncovered insights with others sharing this remarkable ascension journey.  Just don’t expect me to buy into it until I’ve asked my own questions and followed my intuitive tendencies.”

Particularly since January 1980, when at the age of 33 the investigative urge deepened through an entirely unexpected event, she needed to discover answers.  Today, she shares what she knows was the purpose for an unimaginable, fascinating journey as a female Baby Boomer through her writing, public information forums, workshops and client sessions.

Professional Credentials:

Early years:  Raised by parents who faced the persistent hard work and creative challenges of small business start-ups, at age eleven she began working in the family restaurant,  dining hall, marina and cottage court.

Bachelor of Arts, English Literature, Western, London, Ontario at the age of 36. So – before and after that -

For ten years, administrative assistant to the chairmen of scientific and social science departments, Western, London, Ontario.

Teaching Contracts 1989-2006 at Canadian colleges…

Communications Professor: Georgian College (Barrie); George Brown (Toronto)
Written and verbal communications; interpersonal skills; group dynamics; core team building skills; media and public relations.

Departments of Justice and Public Safety, Law and Security, Nursing, Hotel and Hospitality, Automotive Marketing.

Creation and delivery of 150 corporate and government training workshops Georgian Source in southern Ontario: Writing for Success; Technical Writing; Organizational Management; Coaching and Developing People; Team Building.

Core Training Courses: Ontario Fire College;  OPP Civilian 911 Call Operators.

Professional Management and Creative Start-up 

* Founder, Executive Director, Teen Towns Canada Youth Centres, not-for-profit, Barrie, 1997-2000.

* Advanced English Instructor and Campus Administrator, College for ESL studies, Tehran, Iran, June – August 2001.

* Vice-President, Corporate Communications, VerXdirect, Barrie, 2007

*Founder/Organizational Manager, “That Healing Place,” Mind, Body, Spirit Natural Healing Hub, Wasaga Beach, Ontario.  2015-

* Editor/writer, BodyTalk Central, Whole Healthcare, Barrie, Ontario, 2003-

Author Tactical Interpersonal Communications: Skills for Justice Studies and Emergency Services Training, published by Thomson Nelson, Toronto, 2005.

Pandora Process: Emerging From Our ShellEvolving Into 5D Reality,  published by Balboa Press affiliate of Hay House Publishing, 2019 *soon available”


“Something came to light for me recently – something I now believe, along with the timing of our global ascension – triggered my own spiritual journey.  My mother was told by a psychic that she would have a daughter with a musical talent, a gift she was to encourage.  And thankfully, she did!”

Judy has come to understand how creative arts provide the essential energy to move us further along the evolutionary path. Expressing the powers within each of us is not limited to prayer and meditation practices. Write, dance, sing, play a musical instrument, act, paint, sculpt, knit, cook, craft wood, garden, golf, fish, swim, care for your pet, walk.  Anything that incorporates body, mind, emotions and spirit in your personalized meditative practice is your unique path to enlightenment. She knows this is one way for the Kundalini – life force energy – to move through third dimensional human boundaries and align us with the cosmic energy enlightening our souls in the fifth dimension.

At the age of eight Judy began singing in a Junior Choir in Orangeville, Ontario and took  voice lessons for two years.  Practice and performance as a soloist for weddings and church services, special school and social events filled her early years.  In her early teens her family felt the call to move to Anaheim, California for eighteen months where she was unprepared but thrilled to receive the grade nine music award.

She has always felt deeply blessed to be invited to be a soloist, blending her soprano voice in countless chorus productions. These included the Gilbert and Sullivan Society, West Side Story at Western in London in the 1970′s, and The Sweet Adelines Chorus for three years. She founded George’N'Company in the mid-1990′s shortly after she began teaching at Georgian College in Barrie. For eight years she performed with the Ontario Provincial Police Chorus headquartered in Orillia, Ontario  with many cherished memories of a busy schedule each year. In particular,  each September the view from the Parliamentary steps in Ottawa where Canadians gather to honour officers lost in the line of duty across Canada never failed to touch her grateful heart.



Judy in her home and workshop area - That Healing Place, Wasaga Beach, Ontario  – 2015.






And  a  quick visit to Povoa de Varzim, Portugal, June, 2019.








When you turn on your heart light, dark tunnels of fear disappear.



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