Are Consciousness Circles the next step in your transformational journey?


If you have spent many years reading books on spirituality and attending short workshops, you’ve probably come a long way in your journey with conscious living.

But at some point along the way, many of us hit a wall. We may feel like our progress has stalled and that we can’t move past where we are right now, and we just need someone to point us in the right direction.

I’ve seen this before in students, and the problem isn’t that you can’t learn, it’s that you are hearing the same information over and over, but it’s not resonating anymore because you aren’t sure how to apply it to your life.

Sometimes it’s helpful to have someone to sit with you, look at your life and journey, and help you decide where to go next.

If this sounds like you, you might be interested in Consciousness Circles!

Are Consciousness Circles Right for You?

In my career as a coach and a therapist, I’ve found that targeted help is often the quickest way to total transformation. Books and workshops are wonderful, but you can’t ask them questions. Sometimes, we need to sit down with someone to figure out how best to apply these principles for our own lives.

In Consciousness Circles, you’ll have the opportunity to get individualized coaching for your life and your situation while being witnessed by others on a similar journey. (And this witnessing is powerful as well!)

And doing this work in a small group comes with the added bonus of learning from other’s situations, which may be very similar to your own. Others may ask the questions you are too afraid to ask (or don’t even think to ask!), but that you need to hear anyway.

Ongoing group coaching is my favorite way to teach and learn about conscious living, and I’d love for you to join the next iteration of my program.

If you’re ready to advance in your spiritual journey and find true peace, joy, and fulfillment, learn more here.

I am excited to support you in this next leg of your consciousness journey!


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