Know and honor your value
Do you feel like “the good one’s” aren’t into you? Do you want more respect and acknowledgement at work?
Until you fully own your personal value and know what you deserve, no one else is going to give it to you.
Learn to know what you want
Do you believe that you’re honest with yourself? Were you being honest when you showed up to a party but really wanted be somewhere else? Were you being honest about what you want when you fell into another relationship with a narcissistic liar?
You can stop repeating patterns because they feel comfortable. You can stop lying to yourself to avoid the pain of dealing with it.
Gain the discernment to know what is not in your best interest
Do you get into dramatic, unhealthy situations at work and in relationships? Do you feel blindsided when something or someone doesn’t turn out like you expected?
When you learn to listen to your body, this knowing will become natural. You’ll instinctively back away from people that aren’t in your corner.
I am here to open a door for you.
A door that you’ve been too afraid to walk through. A door that promises the things you desire most.
When you tell me where the door is, I’ll open it and guide (or gently push) you through.
You will end up on the other side with a completely transformed life.
Am I ready for this?
Are you willing to see yourself as the source of your pain and abundance?
No more excuses in this work. No more blaming your boss, client, or partner for the lack you are experiencing. You must come into this willing to look deeply within yourself and own that you are the source of both your abundance and your lack. You don’t have to be there now (it takes time) but you must make the commitment to understand your personal power.
Are you ready to make big, scary decisions that will impact your life?
You must be able to make quick decisions. This work will open up new pathways but if you don’t do the work and walk, these opportunities will close. You will learn to listen and understand your body and it important that you trust its guidance in your life.
Are you ready to let go of the people and things that aren’t serving you?
You will be transformed. You will feel like a new person.
But when you come out on the other side, you will be filtering your relationships through a new lens. You will need to surround yourself with people who are in coherence with your new vibration.
People will walk away, and you will leave others. But new friends who are in better alignment with your energy will emerge. If you’re not willing to allow this to happen, the work will take much longer.
Are you willing to commit to the work?
This work is not for you if you expect a relaxing weekend away from your home. Sure, that will be a huge part of it. But the success of the work depends on you and your willingness to commit time and resources.
You need to be prepared to begin and strengthen your daily spiritual practice. You will have readings, homework, and solo exercises for the times we are not together.
Are you willing to get out of your comfort zone?
When we work together, it is important that you be surrounded in a high-vibrational environment that reflects the life you want to lead.
That means that we’ll only work in places that carry the energy of wealth and abundance. Whether we are working in Hartford, Korea, or Costa Rica, you will physically feel the difference in your body.
You’ll be with me and surrounded by my energetic vibration. This alone will help support and encourage your upleveling.
This also means that during our 4-day intensives, you’ll be expected to avoid (as much as possible) the low-vibrational conversations that you are typically bombarded with. A huge part of the work will be your ability to say “no” to the things that no longer serve you.
Shortly after our session I was contacted by my boss’ boss who offered me a new role in my department - it is a dream role! The best part is that my boss and I get to design how we want to implement this new position.
- LP, Hartford, CT
"You gave me permission to be something that is different. That was just what I needed to hear."
- TU, Nashua, NH