I hear this a lot:
“I know what I want. I have a super clear vision of what I desire. But my current reality is nothing like what I desire, so how do I get on the right vibe to be a match for what I want to call in?”
You here now?! ... the space between wanting but not yet being.
Here’s the thing:
whatever you seek is already seeking you. The minute you set that intention- it already exists SOMEWHERE. STAY OPEN! The Universe is working its own program at all times. Yes, we have potent power to shape and sculpt our realities, but we have to also remember to TRUST the divine timing of things and the picture the Universe is conspiring to work out. That which you desire to become, attract, manifest, or actualize can unfold in so many ways beyond what your mind could even fathom or imagine in this moment. When we get too focused on the HOW and the WHEN things actualize, we crush our creator power and diminish our imagination. This causes us to go into the space of tunnel vision thought processes, causing us to think that things have to actualize one way or no way. Remember: You ARE a creator and the Universe is conspiring to unfold things for you in the exact timing and way in which is meant for you.
Don’t get so stuck on controlling the HOW in which your desires comes in!
The universe doesn’t judge or play favorites, remember? It simply provides you with things in the physical work that are of LIKE vibration to the frequencies you’re embodying and playing out. The more you focus on your alignment and vibration in the present tense, the more power you have in deliberately creating your future. Your ability to make change lies in your ability to be aware and deliberate with your alignment within the Now. What does that mean, and how do you do it?
Think about what it is you desire to Be, DO, or BECOME.
Whatever you DESIRE holds an emotional and vibrational frequency.
We are always seeking the feelings behind the things we are desiring.
When we remember that we are after the feelings, we re-activate our imagination and creator power, instead of getting fixated on ONE WAY something has to or should manifest.
With regard to what it is you desire, identify:
What feels are you after?
Maybe it’s the emotions of feeling safe, grounded, FREE, Abundant in money-time-Energy-L I G H T. Maybe it’s to give with the feelings of enoughness, adventure, creativity, excitement and joy from experiencing new things. Whatever you desire has an active emotion and vibe attached to it- and THATS what you want to focus on in the present moment. Those are the feels you want to learn to embody in the Now.
More times than not, it’s not the effect manifestation (aka the “thing”) we want at all. It’s the FEELING the thing gives us you want to focus on embodying so to shift wanting into being.
Ask yourself daily:
~what are my desires — what is my vision that I am wanting to create?
~What are the FEELINGS that vision and those desires will give me when they actualize?
~How can I embody and ACTIVATE those feelings today?
~What can I DO today to FEEL the way my desires and vision would make me feel?
~Then, go embody those feels (vibrational matching!) so you can activate the very state of being you are after NOW.
Need more help shifting from wanting to BEING? Reach out, i'm happy to help!
I never went into Entrepreneurship thinking I was going to be building a Spiritual Business. Honestly, I don't even really consider myself a spiritual person. I never thought of myself as a business owner that fit those sorts of titles or labels. It wasn't until I kept noticing a common occurrence where I was being referred to as a Spiritual Entrepreneur that I realized, well maybe I am? That question is still up for debate, because, what really is a Spiritual Entrepreneur anyway? I don't consider myself as a religious person. I didn't grow up attached to or devoted to any one school of thinking, and it wasn't until I was in College and found myself falling in love with Philosophy that I first started actually questioning what I truly believed in. I have never been someone who has been really into Religious Schools of thought, but that then calls in the question of what is the difference between being Spiritual and being Religious?
Of course, this is my own personal opinion, but to me, the different in being Spiritual and being Religious is that Religions tend to have rule books, where as Spirituality tends to be pretty open ended. Instead of following a written out set of ideologies that most religions contain, spirituality seems to be very flexibly focused on listening to your own intuition and simply doing the best you can to be a decent human being so that you can live a fulfilled and happy life. Something that has often left a bad taste in my mouth in regards to religions is that many of them seem to bring about a lot of fear tactics that scare people into following the set of rules laid out in the religion itself. Personally, I don't like to do anything because I am feared into doing it, and I actually don't really like to do anything i'm told to do unless I also am choosing to do it *cue in never really resonating with religions*. I've found that more often than not, being religious is having to conform to the religions belief systems, where as being spiritual allows you to discover your own rule book. Now, this is where things can get tricky because A) People in general love to be told what to do *insert sheep or herd mentality*. Usually, this desire to be told what to do comes out of fear, and I believe a lot of that fear is rooted in fear of self and fear of how others may perceive your true self *Insert where my love for unlearning/rewilding comes in*. Organized Religion, to me, has always been something that can very quickly create separation within the collective, where as Spirituality seems to be all about creating unity and oneness. Now, i'm not against religion, quite the opposite actually. I am for living a life with meaning; with existing for a purpose and putting belief behind all you do. However one does that doesn't matter to me, because I think its beautiful to simply be someone doing just that! Maybe that, in itself, makes me spiritual; the fact that I accept all ideologies, see the good in all ways of thinking, and respect every individual no matter how differently they believe. I'll leave that for you to decide.
The point of me starting this discussion off with a background on the differences I see in being religious versus being spiritual does, in fact, have a point, and that is to create clarity on what it means to be a Spiritual Entrepreneur. To me, being a Spiritual Entrepreneur means to be all inclusive, all accepting, and driven by wanting to allow intuition to lead one back into their wild alignment and oneness with the collective. There are plenty of people who claim the Spiritual Entrepreneur title, but are still assholes. There are plenty of people who wear the Religious badge and are also assholes. Don't get too wrapped up in the titles here, but rather the concepts I am rolling with behind the titles. I believe that Spiritual Entrepreneurs, at least the ones I resonate with, are the ones doing the work to disrupt the ideologies, programs, and rule books that are creating division and separation within the collective. The Spiritual Entrepreneur is the ones redefining what it means to be successful, and are the ones leading with integrity, values, authenticity, and with the highest good of all in mind. The Spiritual Entrepreneur is the individual that is advocating for change, shining light on the dark places, encouraging collaboration and true belonging, and are following the guidance of their own inner voice. The Spiritual Entrepreneur is creating work that is aligned with their passions and higher purpose, and they are allowing their deep calling to impact the world in a positive way to lead them to sharing their medicine with the world. The Spiritual Entrepreneur is doing their own work out loud, and allowing that inner work to contribute to collective transformation. They are on the transition team.
Here are 5 lessons for the Spiritual Entrepreneur, in my definition:
1. You are following your inner voice, your creative gifts, and driven by a higher power larger than yourself: To me, the Spiritual Entrepreneur that's on a mission to create a soul-aligned, Conscious Business is allowing their own inner compass to guide them to the creative power and unique gifts they have been given. They are trusting that there are bigger things at work here, that give life meaning and purpose. The Spiritual Entrepreneur is dedicated to strengthening their intuition and learning how to activate their personal guidance system because they trust that the answers are within and that they will be guided back to their oneness with self, collective, and Source (Whether you believe that is God, the Universe, or what have you). The Spiritual Entrepreneur strives to raise their own awareness so that they can create conscious work that aligns with their souls purpose, in knowing that living in their souls purpose can also impact the world in a positive way.
2. You are doing your inner work out loud, sharing your medicine and evolution: The Spiritual Entrepreneur, in my opinion, is someone dedicated to self discovery and personal development. They know that they cannot change what they do not face, and are committed to not only working their light but also working their shadow so to help them raise their own consciousness to states that allow them to live more fulfilled and in service for the greatest good of the world. The Spiritual Entrepreneur is committed to their own practice of growth because they know that the more they grow, the more their purpose will grow...and the more their purpose grows, the more clarity they will gain in understanding what they were put on this world to do. This type of person does their work out loud, as a way of sharing their medicine with the world, because they believe that their way of doing their unique work is where their power lies in helping others.
3. You lead with a deep desire to be of service, to give and to be of value first and foremost: The Spiritual Entrepreneur is all about redefining success, and leans into the concept that success is the sum of the amount of impact, change, and transformation one is having within themselves and within the world. The Spiritual Entrepreneur disrupts programs and unlearns patterns that try to tell them that success is defined by the norms of societies, cultures, families, or otherwise, and breaks vows that claim that money, superficial gains, accumulation of 'stuff', and any other shiny pennies are what define success or fulfillment. This goes without saying, Spiritual Entrepreneurs can love STUFF! The Spiritual Entrepreneur doesn't have to be anti-materialism, they just are about bringing deeper meaning, purpose, intention and service into the world in way that doesn't depend on STUFF in order to feel fulfilled, enough, or like a change maker. The Spiritual Entrepreneur is about giving first and being of value first, because they trust that with serving as the focus, they will always be supported in return.
4. You're not here to force anyone into your box or beliefs, you are here to help others discover their own: The Spiritual Entrepreneur is not about bossing people around or trying to convince those around them to conform to their way of doing things. Rather, they are about triggering others to discover their own beliefs, their own power, their own intuitive guidance and their own answers. The Spiritual Entrepreneur doesn't follow one set of rules and is not about creating exclusive spaces; they are about creating communities of oneness and exclusivity, where individuals are accepted and encouraged to be fully who they are. This goes without saying that sometimes the Spiritual Entrepreneur has to call themselves and others out on bullshit when they see programming showing.
5. You're not afraid to go against the grain, rattle some cages, and shake up the norms if it means living as your fullest expression and encouraging others to do the same: The Spiritual Entrepreneur is courageous, vulnerable, and brave...or trying to be! They are the individuals that are speaking their truth and encouraging others to do the same. They are the individuals calling out the collective shadow and doing their work to illuminate the areas where we are playing small, masking our potential, sleep walking through this world unconsciously, and allowing our power to lay dormant. The Spiritual Entrepreneur does whats right and in alignment with their intuitions guidance, which isn't always whats easy. They aren't afraid to go against what they've been taught, what society deems as normal, or what they have been told to believe is right if it means that, in doing so, they could create positive transformation and collective consciousness expansion for the highest good of all.
So, maybe you are a Spiritual Entrepreneur, maybe you're not. To me, it doesn't really matter what title you go by, because truthfully I think titles are a part of the problem that many of us who may be labeled as Spiritual Entrepreneurs are trying to dismantle. Regardless of what you find resonance with in regard to what you like to call yourself, I hope this article at least helps you discover whether of not you find resonance in leading your business (and life!) in the lens of this label. To me, after writing this blog post I came to realize that, hey, maybe its not too bad of a thing to be labeled this by so many. I think it may be one of the only titles I may not cringe at having placed on me. To be Spiritual, to me, is to be boundless; free from rule books. THAT gives me some wild alignment.
Until next time,
In peace and abundance <3
Happy Spring Equinox, fam! Today marks the season of new beginnings within the northern hemisphere. Not only is today the first day of spring for us, but it is also the full super moon AND the start of the new astrological new year! Talk about a lot of renewal and rejuvenation energy flowing through right now. Tis' the season to BLOOM!
I want to share with you some of my most favorite alignment practices and rituals to perform during this time of the year, so that you have some tools to integrate into your own business and life that will help to create space for whatever it is you want to be growing. You can do these rituals and practices in any way that best supports you; don't hesitate to modify or change them to your liking! Allow intuition to guide you and creativity to activate you in implementing them in whatever way feels best.
With the Libra Super Full Moon and astrological new year energy, this is a really good time to get mighty clear on what you want to purge and release in relation to the last year. You may be feeling some of that new year energy right now... you know, the kind of energy that is making you feel ready to start new things, make quantum leaps, and fully commit to cultivating your goals. If thats the case, lean in to that energy full force and allow it to have your back as you flow into what excites you! A big theme within this astrological new year is BALANCE, so along with reflecting on what you are ready to purge, also think about what or where you are feeling the need to call in balance. Remember: Everything in its divine timing. Sometimes, it is our season to prioritize and focus on one specific area of our business or lives that will, in turn, create harmony within all areas of our businesses and lives. Even if you are in the state of wanting to prioritize one specific area, its still important to call in balance throughout. Don't let anything go unattended or neglected! Think about what matters most to you, what season you are in in terms of what you are prioritizing, and then consider how you can still maintain balance within all areas of your life. Need help here? My vision mapping masterclass and planner can totally support you!
So, with saying all that, let's talk about Spring Equinox practices and rituals, shall we?!
Here's a list of things you can try out to welcome in the new season. If you come up with any questions about anything listed, feel free to reach out and get some support!
Spring Equinox Rituals
-earth meditation: A grounding meditation that focuses on reconnecting with mama earth.
-re-birthing rituals: breath work for releasing and calling in new, inner child activities that bring out your wild, imaginative essence, or energetic clearing and realigning practices that allow you to release the old and welcome the new.
-altar decorating: Setting up a sacred space where you can perform your daily alignment practices. Decorating with things that remind you of growth, rejuvenation, renewal, and expansion is great! Think: Flowers, earth materials, bright colors, etc.
-sun salutations: Its recommended to do 108 sun salutations with every new season, but obviously thats a lot of sun salutations! So, simply pick a number that really resonates with you (I love the numbers 11, 22, 33, and 77 and find a lot of alignment with them) and get your sun salutation on! Using movement as medicine is a great way to welcome in a new season.
-Incorporating plants: If you know me you know I am a total #plantlady, and this is so my season because it is a time to embrace plants, gardening, planting things, and so on. This is a great time to grab yourself some plants or seedlings and get green thumb activated! Think about what it is you want to plant within yourself, too! This is a beautiful time to think of the analogy of choosing your seeds (intentions), choosing the environment to which you want to plant your seeds (alignment), clearing the soil (releasing and de-programming), and then planting the seed and beginning to nurture and cultivate it (your inspired actions).
-cleanse/clear/clean (inner and outer): This is so the season of spring cleaning within and around you! Think about what it is you are ready to purge, clear and clean within yourself and within your environments, and get to work! This can mean shedding habits that no longer serve you, this could mean shedding external things that dont represent this next level you are stepping into, etc.
-nature and earthing: Getting out in nature, depending on where you live and what the weather is like, is one of the best ways to welcome in Spring. Earthing is one of my most favorite things to do, where you simply get outside, barefoot, and allow yourself to receive energetic charges from mama earth.
-gratitude and appreciation frenzies: With the welcoming of an astrological new year, this is a fantastic time to lean into gratitude and appreciation. To do an appreciation frenzy, you can simply give yourself space to spill all that which you are grateful and appreciative of that can come into your consciousness. Allow all levels of gratitude to come forth...allow yourself to feel a sense of wholeness....allow yourself to notice your enoughness in the now....and let the gratitude fill you up!
-celebrate: Reflect on the year and write a 'Letter as your future self', where you write as the YOU a year from now, scripting all the things that have unfolded from now until one year out. This is an awesome way to predict and align with the energy and intentions you want to see unfold and a wonderful way to get crazy excited about all the potential this new season holds! #thankyoumoreplease
And there you have it, friends! A ton of things you can do NOW to get in the zone of welcoming all the abundance and unlimited potential that this Spring Season contains. As always, if you are in need of deeper support or guidance with your business or life expansion journey, do not hesitate to reach out!
If you give any of these practices a try, feel free to share them on your social media platforms and tag me so that I can support and cheer you on! #alignandflow
In Peace and Abundance.
This is a story of unlearning and rewilding.
A story of a woman learning how to come back home to her true, authentic essence, by releasing beliefs and programming that has made her believe that she is not enough as is.
We often see others journeys of doing exceptional, inspiring things with their lives painted as this beautiful, easy go lucky adventure, but what I've personally found to be true is that taking the path of coming into ones true self and unleashing ones fullest potential is a messy, uncomfortable, and often painful journey. It isn't all sunshine, rainbows and butterflies as we may often assume it will be. To come home to your purest expression of your vibrant nature requires a sort of destruction in many ways. This is the destruction of old selves, of false truths, and a destruction of all that you may have come to find normal or comfortable. To re-wild is to come completely undone, so that you can deliberately put yourself back together in a way that allows you to choose who you are and who you want to become. This is a piece of my own story of doing just that.
I’ve spent so many (too many) years thinking I was bad or wrong for having a deeply instinctual desire to be wild, free, and living by my own set of rules. For some, they may look at who I am today and what i've created with my life and assume that everything must have been easy for me. I am here to say that is far from the truth. My journey has many chapters and stories still left untold, and this is one of them. This is a story of remembering who the fuck I am, and then choosing her in spite of all the obstacles that made me think I shouldn't.
I remember in my early teens, sneaking out of the home at all hours of the night became a very common occurrence. I wanted to be free. I wanted to explore and witness what the world looked like once everyone was asleep. I had no desire to do the things other kids were into and had no desire to be placed in a mold of normalcy. I wanted to get into trouble, to shake things up, to do what I knew I was told not to do. I began running with packs of other kids my age who were also deemed the ‘wild ones’; the bad seeds, the delinquents, the troubled kids of our community I grew up in. Call it what you want; teen angst, raging hormones from puberty, a kid rebelling against their parents....But to me, this is the earliest memory I can pull out that shows me when I first began to lose my wild alignment to my true self, my ability to follow my intuition and accept every facet of who I was. I yearned to be around a crowd that was different (wild like me) because it gave me a sense of belonging that I’d never experienced before. I didn't feel like I had to water myself down, hype myself up, or contort myself to fit into anyone else's box. When I would sneak out of the house, when I would do things I knew I shouldn't do, or when I raged against the machine in any way, I felt more myself than any other time. But, low and behold, I began to believe that this was all ‘bad’, and I was bad because of who I associated with and for how I felt called to experience my life.
This was the beginning of me losing my wild nature. It was in these moments that I began to believe that to be the rebel was to be unaccepted. To be the different was to be outcasted. To be Wild was to be bad. To go against the grain equaled punishment. I began to notice that, the more I followed my inner wild nature, the more I was punished. The more I expressed myself authentically, the less I felt like I was accepted by the people who were supposed to love me unconditionally. The more I activated my inner wild woman, the less I felt the sense of enoughness in who I was. As I gave in to the external pressures that were trying to convince me that to be wild was to be wrong, I started losing connection to self and replacing it with sacrificing self so to gain a sense of belonging and acceptance with others.
I went through a deep and ugly depression the year before I headed off to high school. Looking back now, I can see that this depression proceeded the losing of my pack of wild friends. I was banned from seeing them, and I was cut out of the pack as a result. This was the first time in my life that I experienced what true loneliness was like, and what it felt like to sacrifice your true self so to fit the mold of what those around you needed you to be. I remember this time of my life so clearly because I truly felt like I did not belong anywhere. I felt like an outcast in my own home and with my own family; The black sheep, the bad seed, the problem child. I have carried this identity with me for most of my adult life, and am still working to heal the beliefs that I am lesser than or not enough within my lineage because of who I truly am. I felt like an outcast within my community because I no longer had a pack to run with or belong to. There were so many nights where I locked myself in my bedroom and prayed that I could somehow fast forward years into the future to when I would be 18 years old, an adult, and could make my own choices that would allow me to escape what felt like a prison of an existence. I didn't feel like I had anyone to talk to about how I was feeling because I had no sense of acceptance or belonging within me. Loneliness is an interesting state to find oneself in; it becomes a cage with no key. I spent an entire year suffering in silence and wishing I could escape the dark hole I felt so lost and alone within. I almost didn’t survive this time of my life, but I am so grateful that I made it out on the other side, because it gave me the opportunity to continue journeying forward on a path that would one day bring me back home to my true, very wild self.
I spent years ingraining the beliefs I developed during the above time of my life that made me think that to be wild was to be wrong. I did everything in my power to support that belief, from sacrificing my authenticity in order to please others....masking my truth in order to fit into the box others wanted me to stay in...tucking my opinions, wants and preferences away into a hidden corner within myself so that I could be who others wanted me to be...
I learned how to trade my wild for the ability to become a chameleon, blending in to whatever environment I found myself in. I Learned how to talk to people just right so that I would say exactly what they wanted to hear. I learned how to adjust my body language to meet the energy of the room. I learned how to wear the right cloths to fit in, listen to the right music to belong, choose the straight and narrow trails to come off as normal and ‘good’. I learned how to keep quiet, water myself down, not be too over the top but not be too humble either. I truly believe that we learn these types of ways of being as a protective mechanism and nothing else. And, that's what I did daily for years: I put on my protective armor of false self, I went through the motions of life with no connection TO self, and I did what I could to make others feel comfortable with who I was, not actually knowing who I was at all anymore. But what I didn't realize then that I know now is that this type of self sacrifice is a form of slow suicide; it depletes your energy, it zaps your ambition, and it destroys your sense of self. For anyone who knows what its like to live for others more than yourself, i'm sure you can relate to what i'm saying here. But, like anything we do enough times, sacrificing self can easily become all you know how to do. Especially when you learn that you will receive more sense of belonging and acceptance in doing so. I have had to spend years working on releasing these beliefs so to build back my inner knowingness that I am enough, I am worthy, I am valued, and I am loved....even if not everyone can see that in me or give that to me. Ive had to learn how to depend less on external people and things to fulfill my desire to feel accepted and worthy of taking up space and to depend more on my own ability to activate that within myself. In doing so, I've been able to reawaken my inner truth, ignite my authentic self, and unleash my wild essence. When choosing to unlearn and rewild, we must go into it knowing that there are things we will have to let go of in order to do so. Things that we may have spent years becoming used to and comfortable with, in spite of how toxic and misaligning they are for us.
It wasn’t until I moved out on my own for the first time that I began to find a taste of what it’s like to embrace my wild again. I had just ended my first long term relationship, was 21, and was ready to RUN. I remember so clearly just wanting to get out. I wanted newness. I wanted to experience freedom. I craved to try new things and dive deeper into creating my life by my design instead of by the previously restricted design I was trying to follow. Somehow, someway, I was starting to listen to and reignite my inner wild without even realizing it at the time. Choosing to move to a new city and live by myself for the first time in my entire life was one of the best decisions I’ve ever made for my soul. It began to relight that wild that once was so dominant within me. I started my new journey of what I now know to be unlearning and rewilding. It was a slow process, and in truth I’m still in process now. I don’t know if we ever stop, but we must continue nonetheless to move forward day by day, choosing to deeply belong to ourselves above anyone or anything else.
The choice to live by myself was the catalyst that brought wild back into my life. I met new friends that shared in my instinctual desire to live freely. I started reawakening parts of myself that I forgot existed. I stayed up all hours of the night painting and playing music. I read books about environmental art, philosophy, and graffiti. I skipped college classes to drive around in my car for hours. I started taking trips to new places I’ve never been. Though these were the moments that wild reentered, they were also the moments that depression crept back in. As I was rediscovering my true self, I was also hiding an eating disorder and completely harmful behavior. I lied. I cheated. I hurt myself and others. I was finding myself and destroying myself all at the same time. As I was trying to get to know who I truly was again, I was also having to release people and things that wanted me to stay small and inauthentic. It was like I was stuck in a cross roads where I hadn't yet chosen: Do I keep my true self hidden, or do I choose to embrace my true self and see where that takes me? I felt the tug of war and inner battle within me, where part of me wanted to continue playing it safe, while the other part of me wanted to let go of all safety nets and find out what was in the wild unknown. But like I did before, I knew I could do again: I made it through. But this time, my breakthrough was not at the sacrifice of my true self. It was a breakthrough that also came with a choosing OF self.
It took me years to say YES to myself... Years to become ready to come back home to who I truly am....and Years of building up the courage and bravely to let my true self be seen. I am still learning how to love and accept myself the way I want others to love and accept me. But, what I have come to realize is that your environment and the packs you choose to run with play a huge role in your ability to do just that. When we are choosing to come back home to our wild essence, we have to also grieve the losses of that which no longer aligns with our authentic truth. This process cannot be glamorized, because honestly there is nothing glamorous about it. Unlearning and rewilding is the most challenging work you will ever do, but it is also the most necessary work you'll ever do.
With each battle between false self and true self I fought and overcame, I found a new layer of who I really was. With each mountain I climbed that led me back to me, I began seeing with a new set of eyes. With each challenge I came up against that caused me to have to release another person or thing that didnt align with who I was at my core, I revealed stronger sense of who I was and what I am here to do. With each failed relationship, job, career move, and action I took, a deeper drive and calling to follow the flow of what lit me up came to surface.
I am now deeply committed to feeding the wild inside of me, at whatever cost it entails, because I know that I am a strong soul that was put here on this earth to live as her fullest expression. I hope by reading this you are starting to see that you are, too! I believe that is what we are ultimately here to do: To come back home to who we truly are...To remember our instinctual calling to be free and boundlessly express ourselves. It is through releasing all that which is not us that we are able to begin to reveal who we truly are and what we are here to do.
I believe that our most important task we are given as humans is to unlearn whatever has taught us to believe that in order to belong we must sacrifice who we truly are so that we can reawaken our higher purpose and get to work in activating it.
You deserve to take up space. You are worthy of living as the fullest, most authentic expression of yourself. It doesnt matter how old you are, where you are, or who you are in this moment. At any given time, you have the ability to CHOOSE to journey into your own process of unlearning and rewilding. The world needs your wild.
I would love to hear your story with unlearning and rewilding!
Feel free to reach out to me via firstname.lastname@example.org or if you are feeling EXTRA wild, share your story online and tag me so that I can show you some support and love for reclaiming YOUR wild alignment. ( @iamnataliebrite)
In peace and abundance,