What does it mean to “carry the medicine” as a leader? How do you hold space for the “medicine” in circle? In this episode, Tanya and 3 of the trainers for How to Lead Circle (Level 1 Certification Program) share their experience of being feminine leaders holding space for circle and what they’ve learned along the journey.
Listen to Episode 56 as Tanya, Sharlene, Lyn & Belle Uncover:
- What’s the medicine these women are currently bringing to the containers they hold space for
- What are boundaries and how do we hold them
- What it means to heal the feminine and how women have been impacted in their ability to receive
- The difference between visibility on social media and in circle and how to show up as your authentic self
What you’ll discover:
3:45 – Introducing Sharlene
5:45 – Introducing Lyn
10:55 – Introducing Belle
13:15 – connection between life and circle – no separation, look for the medicine, how can I use what’s happening in my life right now as medicine for the circle I’m leading?
14:20 – Sharlene’s medicine: tapping into sexual life force energy
15:30 – Belle medicine: allowing the storm to brew and willing to sit in it
18:20 – Lyn’s medicine: leaning in and asking to be held, seen and loved, not fleeing/hiding but being and letting it all out
22:30 – Tanya’s local circle: Witnessing anger, Acceptance vs. tolerance, Boundaries and holding the container of the circle, Agreements
27:36 – what does it mean to “heal the feminine”
28:02 – Belle – defining boundaries, honoring sovereignty and consequences
31:15 – Lyn – boundaries and priorities – resentment in balancing self and family
34:05 – Sharlene – your issues go back to your relationship with your mother
37:35 – feminine and masculine
37:50 – topic of receiving: shifting out of “I can’t give it my all”
39:20 – taking up space as a facilitator
40:22 – Belle – listening as a gift to receive
42:20 – Sharlene – trusting that the receiving won’t hurt me
44:20 – Sharlene – visibility = claiming being a change maker and claiming the vulnerability
46:30 – Lyn – how I stand in my power and put myself out there which is not about social media
49:20 – Belle – parts of self that love or hate visibility – choosing the archetype to invite forward
51:05 – Lyn – what it means to be a brave woman
51:30 – Belle – impeccable with my word and do my best moment by moment
52:01 – Sharlene – listen to my inner voice and trust the discomfort
Links from Today’s Show
Join us for Rise Into Your Leadership event on March 17: http://sistershipcircle.com/rise-into-leadership
Subscribe to the Brave Women Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/gb/podcast/the-brave-woman-podcast/id1548724581
About Sharlene Belusevic
Sharlene is a nourishment and belief educator dedicated to the healing of the feminine through natural and holistic wellbeing. Known as a gentle yet powerful leader, coach and facilitator, Sharlene has been leading circles and training feminine leaders for the last 6 years and is currently the senior trainer for Sistership Circle’s signature program, How To Lead Circle.
Since 2009 Sharlene has been helping women to uplevel their wellness through cooking classes, life coaching and macrobiotic consultations. As the founder of Sacred Sister Food, Sharlene offers a unique and alchemical blend that brings together a potent mix of yin and yang, ancient food and healing wisdom, and deeply transformative belief work.
About Lyn Hunter
Lyn – Wise Woman | Spirit Artist | Creatrix – It has been a life long passion to help women heal and go deep within and connect with their own unique divine feminine essence. Through this journey of healing, she has now devoted herself to helping women of distinction who are ready to create balance in their lives so that they may embrace who they are and step over the threshold of age by integrating both light and shadow; so that they may step into their power as Wise Women with honour and wisdom.
About Isabelle Bridges
Isabelle Bridges is a Change Maker who is committed to making meaningful contributions that creates a positive impact in this world by redesigning what it means to be a mom. She is on a mission to support mothers in finding their passions and purpose that will make their hearts sing while still being a great mom. She is the host of the “put the me back in mommy Summit”, an online series that aims to support moms in living lives they love and founder of Mom-ME Circle. You can learn more about her at IsabelleBridges.com.
About Tanya Lynn
Tanya Lynn is a “strategic activator” and the visionary CEO of Sistership Circle, a global organization that offers leadership training for women to reveal themselves and step into their power, so they start their own circle business. Tanya has been internationally facilitating, coaching & leading groups of women since 2006. Along her journey, she has found that balancing the masculine and feminine holds the secret to BEING a brave woman who is fully seen, heard, and celebrated as her true self while actualizing her dreams.