For some kinds of transformational/energy work, it’s helpful to be separate from the space in which you’re working, and from the elements and processes with which you are engaged. The work will be more effective if you establish a focus for your own consciousness that is separate from the vibrational field of the work you’re doing. This is especially true when you’re addressing long-standing issues, or patterns that have deep roots and a high emotional charge.
You can’t transform a sticky or tangled pattern by vibrating at the same frequency as the pattern. You have to bring a clearer, stronger vibration / pattern into relationship with the tangled pattern, in order to change it. You do this by accessing a more coherent, organized and integrated field of consciousness or attention.
Once you’re comfortable locating your attention in a space separate from the energies with which you are working, you can move freely along the entire spectrum of your being and find the most effective place from which to work with any individual issue.
For other situations or issues, it’s most useful to enter the space in which the pattern exists, and work from within it. This is largely a kinesthetic process. It achieves the same ends through different means.
Each of you will have primary modes of working that are most comfortable for you — visual, kinesthetic, auditory, whole-presence, and so on. It’s useful to develop skill and facility with each of these modes of working, so that you can bring the whole of yourself — all your gifts and genius — to the creative process of shaping your life, your business and your world.
When you’re teaching, or facilitating a group, if you resonate to the frequency of the group, you will do them and yourself a great disservice.
To create a safe and effective container for transformation, you gather, hold, and collaborate with a wide variety of energies: the Deva of your group or program, its allies, your allies, your program participants’ souls, their allies, and so on. You can only do this when you are sovereign, and in right relationship with each of the elements in your program’s ecology.
The folks working with your materials will go through their “stuff” during the program — it’s what transformational programs are designed to do. If you compromise your sovereignty, you’ll be in their stuff with them, rather than available to hold a clearer, stronger vibration within which they can safely navigate their stuff without becoming it.
At a soul level, you are indeed their soul’s friend. On a 3-D, physical world level, you have a different task — one that requires sovereignty, clarity, power, strength, wisdom and real, unsentimental love.
Each time you teach, you grow your capacity to embody and express the qualities that make you a great teacher. Teaching is learning, a path to wholeness.
As entrepreneurs with transformational businesses, we have to be clear about whom we serve, and how we serve them. It isn’t your responsibility to convince anyone of the reality of soul, spirit, subtle energies, and so on.
People are sovereign beings, with the right to make sovereign choices about their beliefs, among other things. Your job is to communicate as clearly and lucidly as possible that which you are here to share or to teach.
Your work will land with those who are ready to hear it, even if they don’t get it all at first. When you try to “convince” them of the truth of what you’re teaching, you move out of your own center and (sometimes) into theirs, leaving your own kingdom empty and depleting your power and presence. It’s disrespectful of your own sovereignty and of theirs.
It can feel like a fine distinction between clear communication and the need to convince, but it’s really another aspect of right relationship — with yourself, and with your tribe.
We are explorers at heart. The soul loves to splash around in newness, to discover the wonders that lie beyond the safe shoreline of home.
We all have basic needs for security, home, belonging. But our needs for discovery, play, and creative exploration are just as essential, if we are to live joyfully and flourish.
You can meet these needs most easily when you create containers – sandboxes, art studios, red-clay riverbanks – that hold and nurture your creative energy.
Habits have an undeserved reputation as unconscious, rigid patterns that stifle creative flow. But, consciously cultivated, habits can be the protective riverbanks that guide the effortless flow of your creative energy.
By cultivating habits that support your creative process, you align your power with your soul’s deep desire for exploration, discovery, and ongoing evolution.
Habits are the engine of momentum. With the right habits to support you, you won’t have to make a new choice each day to overcome inertia and play freely, creatively. You’ll add color, richness, texture and depth to your life. And you’ll have great fun doing it.
My own creative habits are eclectic, chosen as much for their capacity to delight as for their ability to hold my creative process. And, they change and evolve. Crafting them is fun, a lighthearted response to the call of my soul, which dances gleefully over shifting terrain.
Variety keeps the structures of habit fresh and interesting.
Mostly, my creative practices arise spontaneously from a life-long spirit of curiosity, play, adventure and exploration, anchored in a container of time and space, energy, presence and attention.
Some of these practices are as constant as breath – I’ve practiced them all my life; they are the mainstay of my world. Others are inspired by an image, a feeling, a word or phrase that brushes fleetingly against the skin of my attention. Or by a deep communion with Nature that leaves its fingerprint on my heart.
These creative explorations are internal, but they are rooted in my relationship with the world around me. They have their own rules of engagement: They command my presence, my love and willingness to explore with an open heart, to learn what they have to show me.
Most of all, they call me to be changed by my encounter with Otherness – to discover who I become, as a result of my relationship with the people, places and energies I meet along the way, and to embrace whatever emerges from our play together.
The container of habit itself is simple enough.
Mornings are my most creative time, so I keep them free for adventuring. Often, I stay in my pajamas – a signal to my whole being to remain as softly receptive as when I first wake from sleep. Most mornings, I stretch out in my favorite chair, drift into the vista across the bay to the blue mountains at the horizon’s rim, sip a cup of herbal tea, and day-dream.
Day-dreaming is a vastly underrated activity. One most of us are really good at, as kids, until it’s shamed out of us, or we succumb to the metronome of busyness that doles out time like assembly-line aspirin.
Me, I choose things that slow me back to heart time, pulse time. I read poems whose rhythms are heartbeats. I write longhand in an unlined 5 x 7 spiral-bound sketchbook. The thick-textured paper, the open white-space of the page, feels expansive, generous – as spacious as free play.
It’s a bowl of habits designed to invoke and hold the rich broth of feelings in which my creative energy feels most at home.
What happens next depends partly on serendipity, and partly on the particular practice I’ve created to explore something I’m curious about.
Last month, for example, my daily practice was to let myself have all of what I truly want. To notice when I hedge, hold back, make-do, or otherwise shrink from my desire. And to observe who I become and what I create when I say a full and wholehearted Yes to everything my heart desires.
The results have been very interesting. My days hold more spaciousness, more fun and play, more connection with my world, more travel, more engagement. More of what I want now — very little of anything that doesn’t feel right for me in this moment.
More trust in my creative capacity. Trust in the gifts of Grace, in Divine Timing. A rich flow of abundance to support it all.
This experiment has also yielded a deep vein of wisdom in daily writing, an e-book of poems (which I’ll share with you soon), and two more projects that are in the works, which will serve you and my world in ways that make my heart very happy.
If this sounds good to you, take a daily swim in the river of your own radiant, powerfully creative life. Shape habits that suit you, ones that work well with your own natural rhythms and temperament.
The habit of creativity serves you and your world – it helps you craft a life and business you love, and contributes to a world that supports the perfect unfolding of all forms of life.
What habits and practices do you already have in place, that nourish your creativity, day to day? Celebrate these. Refine them. Bring them up to date.
If you’re feeling creatively stagnant, begin by shaping a container in which your creative energy loves to play. Set up a space and time that’s just for you — one where your allegiance is to your creative self alone; where you can play undisturbed. Buy or borrow tools that feel perfectly balanced in your hand, and keep them close. Use them with love and delight.
Ask yourself – where does your energy and attention naturally want to flow? What awaits you, just beyond the harbor of routine and familiar thoughts, feelings, ideas, grooves of attention?
What structures and habits can you create, to hold this play time, this exploration of freedom?
Get support, to get started. Check out resources close to home – friends to play with, classes or workshops in your community. Dance, sing, draw, paint. Make music. Write or sculpt or cook. Make love. Make waves. Make your art.
Trust your heart’s deepest, most compelling desires – especially the ones that seem whimsical, frivolous, frothy beyond all reason. See where they lead you. Discover who you become, when you say Yes to them.
You are an incarnate soul. Creativity is in your DNA. Nurture it, and you nurture Wholeness.
Your creative exploration is part of the Divine Play of the universe itself.
And, you’ll have the time of your life!
Here we go…!
If you want to explore, grow, play, and shape the world of your business using the powerfully creative tools of energy alchemy, please join me for the Spring 2013 session of Become Your Own Business Adviser. This session of the 12-week program begins April 1st.
Word. To take advantage of the best early registration discount, register by February 19th.
To learn more about the program, join me for a free preview teleclass on March 14th at 10 am Pacific Time.
Details and registration here.
Last Friday, I had the great privilege of leading a circle of 45 radiantly creative women on a journey into the Heart of Support. This morning, I’d like to share with you an excerpt from our Deep Dive exploration into Support.
The dictionary definitions of support include: to bear – primarily from below; to hold or uphold; to strengthen; to provide for.
Support and provision are qualities of soul. Along with other essence qualities like power, love, truth and abundance, they emerge from the field of unity, of formlessness, and are at the heart of all forms of life.
At the unity and essence end of the continuum of being, you are one with all that is. There is no difference between you and the business that supports you. You are not separate from the Deva of Support, the subtle energy being who holds the blueprint for the soul quality of support in all dimensions.
To experience support as a soul quality, all you have to do is become present, and attune to this quality, which is already within you, even if it is primarily a seed or potential and you have yet to develop your capacity to gather and hold it.
But you dont live solely at the unity and essence level of your being. You are also an incarnate soul, and you have a very specific incarnate presence. No-one else in the world is exactly like you – you are uniquely and utterly yourself in the particularity of your being. No-one else has your particular genetic makeup, your personality, your way of experiencing the world.
No-one else has your particular ecology either. Your relationship with the world around you is not the same as that of your sister or mother, your dearest friend or your beloved Yorkie.
At this particular end of the continuum of being, you are unlike anyone else who has ever lived or ever will live. You are a miracle. One of a kind.
Support and the World of Your Business
At this particular end of the continuum of being, your business, too, has its own incarnate life and presence, different from yours. It is as uniquely itself as you are.
Similarly, Support itself begins with unity and essence, and then manifests in particular patterns and forms that require boundaries, containers, definition and differentiation for it to express itself in your life and the life of your business.
Support appears in your business as support for the particular, highly specific life of your business. It shows up as allies and creative partners who support you with connections, money, expertise, advice, technologies and other concrete forms of support.
There are many ways to look at support in your business. One way of mapping your businesss needs for support is to consider the kind of support you need in each of the following four areas of your business:
1. Support for inspiration, guidance and visioning the world of your business.
2. Support for strategic planning, to lay down a pattern for that vision to unfold.
3. Support for goal-setting, project planning, and organizing systems and structures that will hold up the body of your business.
4. Support for implementation – the day-to-day operations and actions that move you towards your goals.
Each of these forms of support is an expression of the essence of Support — which emerges from Source, from the Sacred, and whose pattern is held by the Deva of Support. But the forms that support takes are forms that are in harmony with the life and incarnation of your business, and meet the very specific needs of your business as they exist right now.
At this particular end of the spectrum of being, differentiation, discernment and boundaries are essential, to be in right relationship with support.
When you know yourself and your true desires – when you know what youre feeling and what you need both for yourself, and for your business — then you can exercise your discernment and your power to choose the forms of support that are right for you. You know what kind of support to ask for, which offers of support to say Yes to and which ones to say No to.
You know which areas of your business need support and in what sequence. You can then mobilize your allies, and focus your resources of time, energy and money on those forms of support that will truly be beneficial to you and your business.
This will keep you from wasting your time and money on things that seem like a good idea, but dont really support your purposes or arent in right timing for your business. If your business is still in its infancy, it needs the kind of support that will bring in cash flow rather than support from elaborate organizational systems or software designed for much bigger businesses.
Anything that you or your business cannot actually use and digest – no matter how fabulous it might be – becomes toxic and a source of stress and difficulty, rather than a source of support.
For example, if you have a fledgling business manufacturing jewelry or clothing, and a colleague decides to support you by sending you a massive order for a hundred thousand nose rings, or a million hand-appliqued platypus t-shirts, that order will not support your business – it is more likely to destroy your business, as you struggle to cope with an order that is completely beyond your capacity to fulfill.
True support is always aligned with your souls purposes, and in harmony with your life and the life of your business.
So to access the right support, get to know yourself and your business; know what you truly need and can actually use. Then, you can stand in your sovereignty and say Yes to the forms of support that are in harmony with your purposes, and No to those that arent.
The early registration discount for Become Your Own Business Adviser ends tomorrow.
To lay a powerful foundation for support in all aspects of your business, please join me and an intimate group of creative women entrepreneurs for this highly transformative 12-week program, in which you’ll develop advanced energy alchemy skills to manifest the world of your business.
It will change your life.
Read more and register here.
This morning, I woke to monsoon skies and the first hint of Fall in the air. The creative ferment of September is calling.
And, this morning I had a wonderfully stimulating, enlightening, laughter-filled conversation with my dear friend, Danielle LaPorte.
We talked about desire, heeding the call of that which is scratching at you, wanting to be born. The risk of following your truth wherever it leads. And the divine flow that links creative freedom, metrics and true success.
Bestselling author. Inspiring truth-seeker. Playful mama. Creative powerhouse.
Danielle is all these things, and more.
Listen in as we riff on the roots of creativity, saying yes, and inspired action. Plus, Danielle makes a surprise announcement!
Hiro Boga in conversation with Danielle La Porte
For those of you who prefer to read, here’s a downloadable transcript of our conversation: Hiro & Danielle conversation – transcript.
Many thanks to Rachel Rofe for providing the transcription.
Become Your Own Business Adviser: A 12-week journey into the creative heart of your business.
From September 24th to December 10th, I’ll teach the sixth session of the magical program that is Become Your Own Business Adviser.
Unlike any business development program you’ve ever experienced, BYOBA is a creative container in which you and your business will flourish by applying advanced energy alchemy technologies to the unfolding miracle of your business.
You grow your business by growing yourself. The skills you learn in BYOBA will transform both you and your business — and will continue to serve you for the rest of your life.
Over 100 women have taken this program over the past three years. They have used it to create everything from brand-new businesses to highly profitable programs and products that deeply serve their right people.
Using the magic of energy alchemy to align their own creative power with the powers of the Universe, they have written successful book proposals, launched record labels and CDs, opened Playgrounds for grownups, tripled their income, discovered new passions and directions for their work, and found home and belonging within their own hearts.
Many of them continue to experience everyday miracles in their lives and businesses.
Here’s a small sampling of what past students say about the program. You can read more reviews here.
“Hiro’s gentle guidance and hot-like-lightning tools in the Become Your Own Business Adviser program opened doors, dissolved obstacles, and poured new people, opportunities, and dollar bills into my world… with EASE.”
- Michele Christensen, Executive Coach, WorkingWithPower.com
“Working with Hiro, her divine wisdom and inspired business processes, is the most profound, business-shifting work I’ve done to date.”
-Nathalie Lussier, Website Design, Media and Marketing Specialist. nathalielussier.com
“Expanded vision, empowered healing, growth made easy — these are just a few of the gifts I received from participating in Become Your Own Business Adviser.
If you want a Rocket Boost to accelerate your growth, your business, your vision, your life – play with Hiro. She’s a mistress of alchemy and a divine Diva of Play!”
-Kathryn Elliott, PhD. Editor in Chief, partnerpotentialandplay.com
When: Mondays, September 24th to December 10th.
Where: At home. Or at the beach. Or wherever your mp3 player and ebook reader will take you. All 12 classes are delivered as digital mp3 and pdf downloads.
- A private, members-only forum for community, support, and celebration.
- Four LIVE integration calls.
- Bonus LIVE teleclasses with guest teachers.
- Lifetime access to the program.
Tuition: $620 before August 15. Two-pay option available.
Read more and register here.
Support is essential for creating and growing the world of your business.
Over the past few weeks, Ive had a number of exploratory conversations with friends and colleagues about Support – what it is, for them; what part it has played in their success; how they access it and how they share it.
Ultimately, Support is about relationship – not just your relationships with the people, places and endeavors you support, and those that support you, but also about your relationship with Support itself.
Support is a soul quality. It has its own frequency, its own field of resonance, its own architecture and pattern.
And, because its a soul quality, it is also within you, and me, and every living being. By connecting with your soul, and the soul of Support, you engage the power of Support in your life, and in your business.
You can cultivate this quality, strengthen it within you, and deepen your relationship with it. By doing so, you activate it, receive the benefits it bestows, and contribute to it in ways that allow miracles to unfold.
This week, I talked with writer and branding superstar Alexandra Franzen about the role that support has played in the inception and rocketing growth of her business.
Some key points that emerged from our exploration:
1. When youre first starting out in your business, ask for support from those people who love you and are invested in your success. Tell everyone you know about your new business, and ask for what you need to help make it happen.
2. You can ask for and receive support from the very people and situations you are leaving behind.
3. During this early stage of creation, be receptive to all forms of support that flow your way.
4. Use your discernment to choose which offers of support you will say yes to, and which ones are not what you need at the moment. Your yes-es and no-s will become much clearer as your business develops a clear, strong presence.
5. Invest in the right support for yourself and your business. It will help you grow your business much faster and more skillfully than trying to do it all yourself.
6. In the early stages of your business, you may not know precisely what forms of support you need. This is the stage of exploring the unknown. Approach the mystery with curiosity and a spirit of adventure.
7. As your business grows, you will need more specialized and concrete forms of support for building your business. Share information and resources with your colleagues and friends.
8. Support shows up in many forms. Seemingly magical opportunities knock on your door. You find yourself in the right place at the right time. Learn to recognize and receive these gifts from the Deva of Support.
Listen to my conversation with Alex, below.
Hiro Boga in conversation with Alexandra Franzen
I’d love to hear your own stories about the business of support — how has support showed up for you at critical times in the life of your business?
The Heart of Support: A digital deep-dive into healing and transformation.
The early registration discount for The Heart of Support Deep Dive ends at 9 am PDT next Tuesday, July 31st.
To shape a healthy, harmonious relationship with support, please join me and an intimate circle of creative women for this one-day digital deep dive into The Heart of Support.
As your business grows, its energy field becomes too big for you to hold successfully on your own. It takes the right kind of support to help you sustain that growth, and skillfully harmonize the increasingly complex world of your business.
During this profoundly playful day, we’ll explore and shape a new relationship with support.
What will you create, when you know you are fully supported?
When: Friday, August 10th. 9 am to 4 pm, Pacific Time/12 noon to 7 pm EDT.
Where: On the phone. In the comfort of your living room. Or kitchen. Or garden.
Read more and register here.
When was the last time you held hands with your business? Canoodled with it by candle light? Showed it the depths of your devotion?
Remember those early days, when you couldn’t get enough of each other? When all you wanted was to be together? When every moment was luscious with promise?
Desire and Intention form powerful bonds between you and your business. And if those bonds are deep and true, they bear the golden fruit of lasting love.
Consider these three questions:
- Do you love your business?
- Do you love it the way you love the people who are dearest to you?
- Do you love it so much that you want it to be itself, even if that isnt what you imagined it to be, or what you’re comfortable with?
The relationship between you and your business has the potential to be deeply intimate, rich and rewarding. After all, it emerges from your soul’s calling to serve and bless the world; from the natural flow of your own creative genius, and your heart’s wish to live a life of sacred abundance, fullness, and delight.
Love makes all of this possible.
When you love your business, you nurture its life without guilt or obligation, with the buoyant joy of true devotion. In turn, your business loves you; it delights in supporting you and the perfect unfolding of your own life.
Without love, the relationship between you becomes transactional — I’ll love you if you do this for me, or behave this way, or become who I want you to be. And transactional relationships are scarred by conflict and power struggles.
The relationship between you and your business is a gift. And gifts are made to be cherished.
There are so many ways in which you can cherish your Business Deva. Here’s one that needs just a little of your time and attention. And a pen, some writing paper, and an envelope.
Clear space in your schedule. Gather your supplies. Go to a favorite, quiet spot where you can be alone to write.
Ground, center, and attune to your Business Deva — the being that holds, in its energy field, the pattern for the perfect unfolding of your business. Light a candle or a stick of incense, or ring a bell to remind you to gather your love and attention into this sacred moment of communion and connection with your business.
Feel the love you have for your business. Feel all the ways in which you deeply love this creation, which has emerged from the desire of your heart but which has its own life, its own soul, and its own purposes with which it wants to serve and bless both you and the world.
Write a love letter to your Business Deva. Share how you feel about it; express your love and appreciation for it; write about your deepest desires and your vision for your unfolding relationship.
Write about the ways in which your life is enriched and made more full and whole, because of its presence in your life.
Let yourself feel, fully, your true feelings for your Business Deva – what you know in your deepest heart.
Let your love radiate through your whole body and energy field, as you write this love letter to your Business Deva.
When you finish, sign and date the letter, and place it in the envelope.
Next: Create a sacred space that is dedicated to your relationship with your Business Deva. This may be as simple as a corner of your desk or a small table in your office or study. It may be as elaborate as an altar in the heart of your home.
Ground this space, bless it, and place in it those objects that symbolize your most loving intentions for the unfolding of this relationship.
A rock for grounding, perhaps. Or a feather to remind you that this is a relationship of soul and spirit. A circle of string or beads, to represent wholeness. A candle for illumination. Chocolate or honey, for sweetness.
A flowering plant for life, growth and fragrance.
Be creative – give yourself freedom and permission to play. Sacred spaces are fluid. You will change, add, move, or take away elements of this space as your relationship with your Business Deva grows and changes.
Once you have created your sacred space, place your love letter to your Business Deva in it. Place it there with the clear intention that it will bring you and your Business Deva into closer, more harmonious and loving relationship with each other.
Share your love letter in the Comments below. Together, let’s hold a creative space for the relationship between you and your Business Deva to flourish.
“After working through BYOBA I’ve found myself in the midst of the best business partnership I could ever have imagined. I’m working with someone who is in total alignment, whom I love and respect tremendously, and we both bring so much to each other’s businesses – it’s amazing. I’m so grateful!”
–Nathalie Lussier, Website design, Media and Marketing Specialist.
This past month has felt, at times, like a dizzying hike along a mountain trail. My wonderful assistant, Angie Wheeler, left to take on a full-time job at the beginning of February and the process of finding the right person to take her place has been both challenging and growthful.
A great working relationship doesn’t just happen. It requires work on both inner and outer levels. Like a good marriage, it is based in a clear vision of what is truly important to you — those qualities, values, skills and ways of being in the world that are essential to you and your business.
So, start by making a list of everything that’s essential to you, in a co-worker. You’re not seeking perfection, here, but rather those qualities, skills and attributes that are both necessary and sufficient to grow the world of your business in harmony with your vision and values.
Think right fit for the job, rather than Mother Teresa!
Once you’re clear about what’s essential to you, you can call on your Business Deva and on your friends, colleagues and allies in many dimensions to help you connect with the right person.
You’ll do your homework, of course. You’ll meet with people on your short-list, feel the quality of their presence and be guided by your intuition about how they might fit into the world of your business.
You’ll ask questions, listen for their responses, share your own heart and hear theirs in return. You’ll check their references and talk to people they’ve worked with. You’ll use your discernment to sift through all of this information.
Inner and outer work go hand in hand, in this process.
You’ll attune to the soul essence of this person, as well as to their personhood — everything that makes them who they are, unique and irreplaceable. You’ll consider the alignment between them and the soul of your business.
Throughout the process, you’ll ask yourself one fundamental question: Will this person bring greater harmony, wholeness, coherency and integration to the ecology of your business — or not?
And you’ll ask yourself if your business, in turn, can offer them what they need to truly flourish.
There is an element of serendipity and magic in connecting with the right people for your co-workers — those whose vision and values, skill, knowledge and experience are in harmony with the world of your business.
Business — like any creation — is an ecology of relationships fostered through love and devotion, clear communication, integrity, willingness, reciprocity and partnership, generosity of spirit, and a host of other soul qualities.
Different people in your business’s ecology may embody these qualities to greater or lesser degree. We are all individuals, and we bring our souls as well as our personalities to work with us.
If too many of these essential qualities are missing, if the person you’re considering isn’t sufficiently mature or skilled, or if there’s a large energetic discrepancy between them and you, it will cause friction and difficulty in your business.
On the other hand, if the person has the practical skills, genius, and experience your business needs, there’s sufficient resonance and alignment between you, and you have clear agreements and strong systems to support you, your business and everyone in it will flourish.
Here are some essential elements to consider, in crafting a soul-centered business relationship:
Once you’ve made the decision to hire someone, offer them welcome, appreciation and hospitality. You are making a commitment to their well-being, and you contribute to the quality of the relationship by your own attitude toward them.
Give them time and support to find their place in the world of your business. Hold qualities of flexibility, appreciation and patience, as you build trust and negotiate the differences between you.
The best business relationships are those in which each person feels safe, cherished, and encouraged to grow according to the inner pattern of their being; where boundaries and agreements are clearly delineated and understood; and there is a foundation of love, flexibility, trust, humor, good will and clear communication.
Soul-centered decision-making takes into account the well-being and fulfillment of everyone involved. Wholeness embraces everyone and everything in your business’s ecology and provides a container for everyone’s perfect unfolding.
“BYOBA is a treasure chest of spiritual and practical greatness. Every time I open it and work with it I find new perspective, an ‘a-ha”, a gem of wisdom, or a great ‘clunk’ of re-alignment in my life. This is the most transformative class I’ve ever experienced.”
-Gillian Berry, Educator
“Expanded vision, empowered healing, growth made easy — these are just a few of the gifts I received from participating in Become Your Own Business Adviser.”
- Kathryn Elliott, PhD, Editor
Starting April 9th, I will teach the fifth session of Become Your Own Business Adviser. The program is a 12-week journey into sacred prosperity, and the loving, conscious evolution of your business.
You can take advantage of the best early registration discount until 9 am on Monday, March 12th. Read more about the program, or listen to a recording of the preview teleclass by visiting the program website.
- You are a sovereign being,
a fractal of the Sacred,
a fractal of Wholeness.
- The flow of your life.
The soul of your business.
- Grow your business.
- Expand your life. Evolve your business.
- The art of alignment. The miracle of action.
- Trust in the power of your perfect unfolding.
- Permission to grow, to flow, to know.
- You learn about freedom by experiencing what it feels like to be bound.
- Beyond your beliefs, beyond your drama — the truth of your life.
- Success is becoming the person who can ask for hugs and holding when your own strength has deserted you.
- Embrace the mystery at the heart of creation.
- Your soul sends out tendrils of light and fragrance into the world.
- You are the gift — and the giver.
You are the Love, and the lover.
- At the heart of all things — even limiting beliefs and painful programming — is wholeness.
- Surrender is an act of will. It is aligning your will with the will of the Sacred.
- You learn about sovereignty through the experience of being dethroned.
- Love transforms.
- Your soul's purpose is to participate in wholeness, to express wholeness.
- True Desire is a messenger of your soul.
It leads directly to your soul’s purposes.
- Unfold the miracle of your life and business.
- Business = Love in action.
- Everything you need is already within you, waiting to unfold and express itself.
- Your inner world shapes your outer world.
Success is an inside job.
- You are the story, and the story-maker.
Your life is yours to shape.