Hello sweet friends,
It’s been an intense time in the world… and we are all doing our best to respond in the best way we know how. For me, that means listening to my inner wisdom and asking what would nourish me most- what would help me stay buoyant and vibrant. Energized by life and not depleted by it.
And this is the place I most like to create from – a genuine hunger in me that becomes medicine for us both. My best work is always offering the medicine that I myself most need.
So in the spirit of that, I would like to offer a brand new version of one of my favorite classes – Cultivating Courage. This class is a 30-day courage experiment where we do one tiny brave move each day (and share with each other in the classroom) while reading courage stories to keep us feeling uplifted, inspired and connected to one another.
Practicing courage (in small ways every day) takes me farther than any other practice I know. Not only will you feel connected and inspired, but you will start seeing real change in your life and feel more alive and lit up than before. And the world needs us to feel alive and lit up.
Free Manifest session with me!
The first 20 people who sign up (early birds rule!) will get a 50 minute Manifesting session with me on the phone. This is where we get together + consciously create your year… we look at your values, your limiting beliefs, your desires, and get you on track to be the bravest possible version of you.
I need your help!
- Do you have a story about a time when you had to call on your courage?
- What happened? How did you transform?
- Was there any magic on the other side?
These stories can be short and sweet. (And no heroics necessary. We’re talkin ordinary, everyday courage)
400 or 500 words max.
DUE: February 19th, 2017
Email your story to me here: email@example.com
A collection of these stories will be published in the upcoming courage class.
*Everyone who sends me a story will get a discount code for the upcoming course. Those whose stories get published, will get the course for free. Can’t wait to read your stories!
P.S. I shot this photo of Brené Brown several years ago and love it so much. She is such a great mentor for courage and vulnerability, which are really two sides of the same coin.