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The Alchemical Woman Understands that her greatest power is in being herself. She knows how to navigate this ever-changing world with a sense of clarity, confidence, a focus and a deep sense of her authentic self while remaining grounded in her identity with pride in who she is now and who she is yet to become. She strives for inner peace about who she is and why she is here.
I have been doing some reflection the last week or so. I have been thinking about the personal growth that I have undergone in the last 18 months and it’s been big. I have also been contemplating what it means to be an Awakened Woman and what the embodiment of that looks and feels like. At the beginning of 2020, I was in paradise (Fiji) with an amazing group of
The Inspired WomanRecognises how essential it is that she takes care of herself so she can take care of others. She understands how important this is and commits fully to herself. Her integrity is high and she is largely guided by this in all areas of her life.She genuinely leads by example She has been told often that she is inspirational however her gentle humility in this can often prevent
An Awakened Woman Knows when it’s time for more self careShe understands her needs and know how to meet themShe sees the value in saying yes to herselfShe knows how and when to fill her cupShe says no without fear of rejection She recognises her potential challenges as they show up and takes action to harness her innate wisdom and strengths to support herself through the tough moments. She knows
You have all seen and heard me talking about The Thrive Factor Archetypes. One of my four Archetypes is the Inspirer Believer and she is my energetic powerhouse. It is her energy and qualities that inspires the quotes that I create and the one that gets super excited about sharing all that lights me up and loves to support and cheer others on. It is her influence that allows me
Your self worth is not defined by the amount of money you have in the bank. It is not defined by the value of your home. Your self worth is not defined by the number of clients you have. It is not defined by your popularity. Your self worth is not defined by your relationships. It is not defined by the success of your relationships. Your self worth is not
For the longest time my words, thinking and vocabulary sounded like this: I can’t do thisI’m not good enoughI don’t want to be hereNo one gets meNo one understands meI’m not lovableYou’re such an idiotI’m not smart enoughI don’t know enoughNo one sees meNo one hears meI don’t matterI disliked my bodyIt’s not fairMoney is the root of all evilNo one values meI’m a shit mum I physically could not
Ok, I’m a little frustrated. I don’t know how many times of late that I have heard strong, empowered and aligned women say it’s not “woo woo” or I don’t want to get too “woo woo”. We all need to stop saying woo woo as a way to justify the intuitive understanding and connection with life that is our natural state of being. I don’t think that the American Indians
The last few months for me have been a strange journey. Last year I focused a lot of time and energy on learning as a way to cope with the emotions of being isolated from my family and my husband. From that, I became a certified Thrive Factor Profiler, Theta Practitioner and birthed my signature program ‘Awaken’. This felt very exciting and there was a lot of momentum moving into
You spend so much time trying so hard to make something happen only to discover that when you let go of controlling the outcome it shows up in the most unexpected way. I’m all for setting intentions/goals and having dreams. In fact I spend time most days doing my manifestation work. I’ll be completely honestThere has been more than one occasion where I have thrown a little tanti and said
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