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While immersing myself in the creation of the soul work series, I realised that there is something i am so used to that i almost never mention it. And yet it is critical to understand, manage and embrace if you want to bring your true work through. 

If you resonate with my content, and especially if we’ve worked together one on one, you are almost certainly an empath.

What does that mean?

You are very intuitive

You feel the pain of others, be it people, animals, or plants.

You know when someone is lying to you.

You need lots and lots of time alone to recalibrate.

Crowded places exhaust you, because you pick up so much of other people’s energies and emotions.

You can’t see an image of an animal being mistreated without it haunting you for days.

Being in nature recharges you.

You get stressed if people in your space are very noisy.

Most healers, artists and sacred rebels are empath.

Why does that matter?

It matters because if you’re not conscious of your needs and peculiarities, or you don’t honour them, it can trip you up in a spectacular fashion.

Yes, I do believe you have a Soul Work

A destiny

A calling


I also believe you know this.


And I believe you can bring it out in this lifetime, but this will require you to grow. To show up. To break old patterns, and to chose, consciously, who you are, what you stand for, and why this matters. 

Your soul work will always challenge you to grow.


Finding and living this is an intricate dance. Of your feminine and your masculine. Of your logic and your emotions, of doing the practical work and engaging in your magic. 


What I find time and again that most people attracted to this work have a big vision, a wish for the world, a sense of responsibility, a calling.

They are sacred rebels


And they are empathic.


While this is a great gift, it can also trip you up in a spectacular fashion. 


You can see people’s potential, and you can feel people’s pain. It draws you in. 


And if you’re not careful, it will derail you, and then you’re back in a familiar circle of putting someone else’s needs above your own. 


This can seem beautiful.

But you can’t save others.

They have a right to their own journey, to their pain, to their choices.

When you try to walk someone else’s path for them, you leave your own path.

What you seek is seeking you, always. 

Allow it a chance to actually find you, by staying on the path you know is yours.


Because of the importance of this, I am adding a powerful bonus to the course. the soul work series curriculum has shifted somewhat.

We will go deep into what it means to be an Empath, and how you can be one, stay open, and still stay true to your soul work.


With the new curriculum comes a new banner and look, just because I felt like changing things up. 


And I have added a powerful bonus:


We start on February 21st. If you sign up by February 14th, you’ll receive a live online workshop all around what it means to be an empath, and how you can best work with that. 


In my opinion, this alone is worth the price of the course!



One part of showing up is connected more to the masculine:

Knowing where you want to go

Deciding what it takes to get there

Doing the work, daily

Showing up, time after time after time. 



All of You can see people’s potential, and you can feel people’s pain. It draws you in. 


And if you’re not careful, it will derail you, and then you’re back in a familiar circle of putting someone else’s needs above your own. 


This can be beautiful. It might be needed. 


BUT IT IS NOT YOUR PATH!


Your gifts are meant to be believed in. By you! 


What you seek is seeking you, always. 

Allow it a chance to actually find you, by staying on the path you know is yours.



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