Posts Categorized: Resources

Power Practice #10: The Feminine Superpower of Receiving with Christine Arylo

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Do you occasionally find yourself overworked, overwhelmed or just plain over it? We know you want to give to the people and projects you love and care about, but are you receiving enough to sustain that giving? Choosing to make sure that you get what you need on all levels – physically, spiritually, emotionally and mentally… Read more »

Power Practice #09: When You Don’t Feel Ready with Tara Mohr

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How do you decide when you’re ready? Are you easily able to discern the difference between your true voice and your inner critic? Tara Mohr, women’s leadership expert and author of Playing Big: Find Your Voice, Your Mission, Your Message and 10 Rules for Brilliant Women, says brilliant, creative women are often really, really bad at this. In this week’s… Read more »

Special Gift for Early Birds: Tara Mohr’s “Playing Big”

“You know that woman. She’s a good friend or a colleague from work. She’s smart and insightful. She gets it: whatever the situation at her company, or in her community, or in the news, she has great ideas about what needs to happen. She’s high integrity too—no greed, no temptation to corruption, no big hunger… Read more »

Power Practice #08: Listening to Your Body Wisdom with LiYana Silver

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Looking for more intuitive ways to make everyday choices? Could you use some trust-building exercises with yourself to help you navigate the path to your inner truth? Then Power Practice #08: Listening to Your Body Wisdom is for you. Get to know your unique “embodied yes” and “embodied no” in this centering, feminine practice from relationship… Read more »

Power Practice #07: The Wisdom of Your Inner Crone

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“To the crone, detachment is not indifference. It means she has lived, and suffered, and, having suffered, can draw back and see with her heart.” ~Marion Woodman Ready for a practice that will deepen your relationship with your inner wise-woman? Let Sil Reynolds introduce you to your inner crone. Forget the bitter, bearded old woman… Read more »