Megan Montero, feng shui consultant

Hi, I’m Megan.

As a Feng Shui practitioner and traditional spiritual healer, I offer a holistic approach for the well-being of body, mind, spirit, life and home. 

I believe that reconnecting to the healing wisdom of Nature is the key to thriving in the modern world. With the help of Nature, we can heal the pain in our hearts, transform the challenges in our lives, bring harmony to our homes and restore balance on earth. 

My Feng Shui Journey

Over 20 years ago, my tai chi teacher handed me a flyer for a Feng Shui workshop. He said ‘Meg, you’ve got to check this out.’ I had never heard about Feng Shui, but I was already very interested in the Chinese system of chi through my passion for chi gong and herbal medicine. Taking that Feng Shui workshop was an aha moment for me. All the years of rearranging my furniture trying to create balance and harmony in my life, along with my high sensitivity, finally started to make sense. 

It was very clear that being a Feng Shui practitioner was my dream job. But I hesitated, did people actually do this? I knew that being of service was my calling but this seemed so off the beaten path, even for me.

After 3 years of doubts, I found the courage to begin formal training to become a Feng Shui consultant. Since then I’ve completed extensive Feng Shui training with several renowned teachers. I trained with Francine Tuft Peterson, Carol Bridges and Jetsun Ma Master Teacher Ho Lynn. Now, I can hardly believe that I have over 18 years experience practicing Feng Shui.

How I found Traditional Nahua Healing and Weather Working

A series of unusual life experiences over the course of 10 years led me to seek a spiritual divination in 2006. That divination revealed I had a spiritual calling to be a Granicera or Weather Worker in the Nahua indigenous tradition of Mexico. I received an initiation into this tradition in 2007 to make a life-time commitment as a Granicera. My initation took place in Nepopualco, Mexico, led by Don David Wiley, the successor to the late Don Lucio Campos Elizalde. Don Lucio was a well known healer and weather shaman who passed this tradition on to my teacher, David Wiley, so it would continue for future generations.

This path of service working with the weather has transformed my life.

This led me to discovering a calling to be a healer in the same tradition. After an intense 8 year apprenticeship training with Don David, I became fully initiated as a Tepahtiani or Traditional Healer in 2021. I return to the highlands of central Mexico twice a year to deepen my work as a Granicera and Tepahtiani.

As part of my work as a weather worker, I lead semi-annual community weather ceremonies in Santa Cruz and in Santa Monica, California. We come together in ceremony to help build a healthy reciprocal relationship with the Weather Beings. We welcome and ask for rain, and give thanks for the rain that is given. It's a joy and honor to offer this life-bringing work for the benefit of the community.

It would be my honor to work with you on your journey of healing and transformation. If you're interested in working with me, contact me to schedule a connection call so we can explore if  it's a good fit.