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  • 3 Ways Feminine Shame is Impacting Your Life

    I’m going to ask you some questions and I want you to just let them sink in… Ever felt like there was something just fundamentally, deeply wrong with you for simply existing? Do you perpetually try to “fix” yourself to finally be enough on some level? Are you stuck in the same patterns of sabotage […]

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  • Feminine Shame: Stop Fearing the Transient Parts of Yourself

    Previously only available to clients, these truly transformational classes, including this one, are now yours to enjoy! These specially curated classes offer a deep-dive discussion into a specific topic, followed by an embodied, experiential process to anchor the material and make it your own. It could be helpful to familiarize yourself more with Feminine Shame […]

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  • Femininity

    Femininity

    Regardless of gender identification or physical anatomy, do you feel confused or embarrassed by the notion of femininity?

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  • Redefine Masculine and Feminine

    Redefining Masculine and Feminine

    Think beyond gender identification, or sexual orientation, and get ready to think about “feminine” and “masculine” in deeper senses.

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  • Pleasure

    Healing Feminine Shame with Pleasure

    Authentic pleasure requires that you know yourself and trust what brings you TRUE joy and pleasure and not try to deny it or pacify it.

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  • Shadow Work Explained

    Shadow Work Explained

    Shadow Work is a process which allows us to access deep joy, purpose, and healing through our challenges and wounds.

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  • Feminine Shame

    Feminine Shame: Fearing the Transient Parts of Ourselves

    Feminine Shame exists because of shame we carry around the things about ourselves that are transient and cyclical – like our physical bodies and emotions.

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  • Mother

    The Mother Wound: Brief Overview

    Difficult experiences with our Mother figure(s) can have insidious impacts that remain with us throughout our lives.

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