Does this sound familiar? Ducking into bathroom stalls when you feel tears threatening to fall, and or perhaps biting your bottom lip so you don’t scream at your partner?
Suppressing our emotions are normal when we’ve grown up in a society that never taught us how to FEEL, and it has caused a great disconnect from our bodies, and our wombspace, dampening our femininity.
If there was ever a time to hear the call back to our divine selves, it’s now. The world needs us, women, to be in touch with the great wisdom of our emotions so we can start stepping into our unique power, instead of numbing it through mediocre sex, pints of ice cream and or serial relationships.
I hear the call
The emotional freedom journey is a beautiful orchestra of pain, joy, ugliness and beauty. There are highs and the lowest of lows, but throughout it all, there is a sense of great knowing.
Of coming back to your truest and highest self unadorned by the expectations of others.
Of shedding your old skin, and presenting your naked body to the world, and saying, “This is me. Take it or leave it.”
You feel disconnected from your true and holy self.
You want to learn how to feel your pain and anger in a way that is safe and supportive.
You are living in the past instead of living in the now.
You want to cultivate a sense of self-compassion and love for the women you were and the women you are now.
You want to live a life aligned with your deepest goals, dreams and desires.
• High level support in a 1:1 setting
• Weekly calls with personal access to me through Voxer, a messaging app that will allow you to ask questions or receive additional support outside the confines of our calls.
• Any resources I feel will benefit your emotional freedom journey. Struggling to feel safe in your body? I’ll upload embodiment exercises and journaling prompts. Can’t seem to let go of your past relationship? I’ll guide you through a fire ritual to cleanse and make way for the new.
• You’ll learn how to tune out your inner voice of criticism and people pleasing and starting honoring your own desires and wants.
• After our time together is done, you’ll have a toolbox at your disposal to pick and choose from so that you can continue listening to your emotions with self-compassion and love.
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I see your exhaustion, and your wide open heart, putting your needs on the back burner. Giving until there’s nothing left but the dust of old promises.
Of forgotten Paris trips.
Of harried mornings of burnt toast and overcooked eggs
Of creative dreams drowned in a pot of crusted over paint
What if I told you your love was not a transaction to be doled out like pennies? And instead should be treated like spun gold.
What if I told you your worth was not dependent on others but lay within yourself?
Would you shiver in fear?
And ask yourself, “But who I am if I am not needed?”
You’re the ink unfurling from a pen on an unmarked page.
You’re whoever you want to be.
hey girl, i have a question...