When one door closes another one opens.
Last month I made the big decision to stop our local monthly RSL workshops. It was a choice I didn’t make lightly. My inner guidance had been encouraging to make the move and there was a part of me that was really resistant- after all I love teaching and I love facilitating a live session. Magic happens when people are in the same room, absorbing the same information and creating the space of inspiration and growth to emerge.
Listening to my inner guide means trusting even when things don’t make sense.
I couldn’t see why at the time I was being redirected out of those workshops but I trusted it was for my highest good and the highest good for all involved. After holding strong in my faith and positive belief it is becoming more clear why that shift has taken place.
First and foremost it allows me to make the transition from teaching primarily from the context of “self love” and shift towards my passions which are relationships. I freaking love love. I have been obsessed with relationships and love my entire life. My path here is to support people in co-creating incredibly and fulfilling relationships. The foundation for this spiritual love, intimate love and romantic love is always rooted in self love—ahhhh it’s all making sense meow;)
Additionally as a musician I have a strong pull to support artists in getting their talent and gifts out in the world which means getting out of their own way. Getting out of their own way means building the confidence. What is at the core of confidence? You guessed it self love.
Getting to the Core of Confidence: Divine Compensation and Abundance Consciousness for Artists, Musicians and Actors
I’ve been asked by a local actors studio to come in an facilitate regular workshops for the acting, musician and artistic communities teaching confidence, self love and divine compensation. It is such a incredible manifestation and merging of all my areas of passion. What I love most about this opportunity is that it was born out of my young adult RSL Mentorship Program.
Giving and Receiving
Once a year I choose one person to work with closely, share wisdom and support for 6-12 months depending on their journey. This year I am working with the brilliantly talented Brittney Grabill. Brittney is an actor and incredibly talented musician who has a deep desire to positively impact the world through her art. I see massive potential in her and it’s been such a blessing watching her grow and thrive this past year.
The final phase of our mentorship is group and public facilitation. There is no better way to learn how to do something than jumping in and learning on the court. We designed an opportunity where she would be able to step up and co-facilitate a workshop while still being able to observe and take in my teaching style and developing her own from my example.
This ongoing workshop series is a result of our co-creation and I am so proud to be working along side her. The next workshop is scheduled for April 17th here in Vancouver. For all you local cats here are all the event details if you want to join in the fun!
Radical Self Love to the MAX!!!