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Boundaries in Coaching

Boundaries in Coaching

To look at boundaries in coaching, we have to look at healthy boundaries for humans first. Because no matter how professional your work is, you take your own inner maps for boundaries with you into your session.   Part 1: Boundaries for everyone   Boundaries...

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Priestessing to me is fully embodied alchemy

Priestessing to me is fully embodied alchemy

Priestessing to me is fully embodied alchemy   Many people have asked me over the years what it means to me, to identify as a Priestess. It is so close to my heart, so intimate. The words usually escape me. Here is a start, these words came pouring from my pen...

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Why do we need more coaches?

Why do we need more coaches?

Do you ever ask yourself that? So many of our participants and coaches did when they were considering taking the plunge. I certainly did, 17 years ago. But here is the thing: We need you. We need midwives. We are in the era of humans where the biggest shifts are...

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What do you do when your client is in the pit?

What do you do when your client is in the pit?

Last week, I was in the pit with my client. It was a lonely place for him, with hard edges and no one around to help him out. It was a familiar place, even though he hated admitting that to himself. “It doesn’t make sense, how do I end up here?” Do you sometimes have...

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Why the Feminine in Coaching

Why the Feminine in Coaching

So why the Feminine in coaching?  So glad you asked 🙂  We are so very familiar with the Masculine paradigm in our world (and I’m not talking gender). The aspects of goal-orientation, of mind-over-body, of the idea that we can and should take control of and determine...

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A mind that no longer has to do it alone

A mind that no longer has to do it alone

  “Wow… that was amazing… intense… bizarre... and amazing…” In the Shakti Dharma Initiation coaching process, my gorgeous powerhouse client was catching her breath at the end of our session.  And then she said: “And now my mind wants to know what to do with it...

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