“Who you are is good enough, if only you would be it openly.”- Carl Rogers
What I have discovered over the years of doing this inner work is that so many of us share similar stories that stem from the same point of origin, a disconnection from our own sense of self-worth.
Let me guess...
- You’ve hidden in the shadows and played small for longer than you can remember
- You’ve denied parts of who you are because it was easier to bend and conform to the roles expected of you
- You’ve put yourself last in service to all of those around you and wondered why there was nothing left of you
- You have no idea what your dreams, wishes and desires are
I can tell you from experience
that you can’t expect to receive from others what you refuse to give to yourself. I have spent a good portion of my life trying to be like others and do like others, never realizing that I was operating from a deficit, I had no overflow from which to give because I never tapped into my endless source, which was me and my connection to the Divine within me. I was walking around burnt out, tired, depleted, wondering why my life didn’t look like others’ and asking why things were so difficult. It wasn’t until I gave myself permission to remember who I truly was that my world began to shift.
I founded my coaching practice in 2012 after recognizing that I could not keep these life-transforming skills and tools that I had learned from Spiritual Psychology and Positive Psychology to myself. I had to “take it to the streets” as my own personal journey had now imbued me with a sense of purpose that extended well beyond just me. I empower women to love and reclaim ALL parts of themselves and then get them to show up in the world from that place of unshakable truth and unlimited power.