It can feel terrifying to put yourself out there, especially the spiritual (dare I say “witchy”) part of you. No matter how successful you’ve been in another career.
I’ve been there too.
I grew up as “patriarchy’s daughter.”
I had everything that a suburban girl could ever want. I was an overachieving daddy’s little girl with perfect grades, playing competitive sports, and in the popular crowd …
But something always felt off.
I played the part, acting confident, even though I didn’t feel like I really belonged anywhere.
I couldn’t find my own happiness. Low grade stress from worry and anxiety resulted in constant illness and I cried myself to sleep many nights, tired of being sick.
I continued to play the “game” by moving to New York City in my 20s with a cushy job in financial sales to keep up appearances at posh clubs, but that nagging feeling that something else was out there – a bigger purpose– kept eating at me.
A breakup pushed me over the edge and I landed back in my hometown of San Diego, stumbling upon Women’s Circles when I turned 30.
Finally! I felt like I was HOME.
It was as if my soul was leading me somewhere deeper, more meaningful, more ME.
During the next decade, I learned 2 things:
- how to break free from the societal “cage” that made me dim my light and be spiritually disconnected.
- that I was far more powerful when I collaborated and co-created with others, and that I had a purpose far bigger than I could have imagined.
From these two lessons, I brought a vision into fruition to put women’s circles on the map, training thousands of women around the world how to start their first circle.
I could not have done this without my husband Brent and our leadership team.
Now that I own that I am a spiritual badass priestess witch with a sacred purpose, I am stepping into a new vision, building the first Goddess Temple in Costa Rica.
We are doing this by weaving our magic together in co-creation.
And you can do the same.
I’m going to walk you through a process to step out of the cage and into your magic, then help you get out of your own way so you can be part of something greater than yourself.