*Sneak Peek

Hola gorgeous goddesses!

Between moving in + re-arranging my bookshelves {my favourite thing to do! i sort by themes! you?} + our first family roadtrip + doctor’s appointments {everything all perfect! yippee!} + family gatherings + a gazillion naps with the cutest mermaid around…

I’ve been working on this… my soul work’s true love…

… thinking of all the ways to make ze Goddess Circle as powerful + divine + joyful for goddesses as possible!

I’m making a download centre where goddesses can get all their goddess goodies + e-courses + workbooks + meditation kits…

* My e-courses *

* My kits *

PLUS!!!

coming up with all ze extra gooooodies…

I really, really want goddesses to not just discover the goddess inside them… but KEEP ON discovering her, coming back to her, and LIVING as a goddess!

So the pluses are…

::: a year round goddess circle

::: a MAMA GODDESS circle for pregnacious goddesses + mama goddesses to share wisdom, moments, insights + support each other (also open for maidens who want to learn mama wisdom in advance!)

::: a BUSINESS GODDESS circle for goddesses who are turning their heart’s dream into a business… whether you are just starting out or are already there. This will be a circle to share resources, business smartness, brainstorm, talk about delicious marketing + getting the word out about your wonderful gift. A place to make your huge business-dream-idea come true!

::: An ACCOUNTABILITY CIRCLE to help you get your to-do list done… from the small habit changes to the big i’m making my magnificent dream come true! changes. Accountability circles are definitely one of the tools that have helped me turn my gorgeous hobby into our family’s gorgeously abundant income… enabling us to move back home to tropical paradise.

::: A GODDESS PENPAL CIRCLE for goddesses to resume that ancient art of letterwriting… and making envelope-wrapped BFFs all around ze world! We’re bring it baaaack + I’m excited! 😀

ANNNNNNDDDD>>>

You also get EVERYTHING I create over the year as well… including:

::: at least TWO new GODDESS E-COURSES including my BUSINESS GODDESS COURSE for starting + growing your gorgeous dream business

::: the 2011 Creating your Goddess Year workbook + planner

::: any new meditation kits I create!!!

Question time!

Got any ideas of how to make it even more delicious + delirious + divine?

What are you ahankering for? Want a specialty circle set up?

Tell me sweetpea… and I’ll see what I can do!

We are in ze business of making dreams come true!

Sooooo excited about it beginning… next Wednesday circle opens!!!

For more info + to grab a membership, just pop on over thissssaway.

Okay my darlinghearts…

Time to vadamooooosh before Lil Miss Starry wakes up again!

you are so so so so so loved + special + divine,

Abundant Goddess: Dealing with email overwhelm


I’m free! I have no stoopid emails lockin’ me up inside!

Hola deeevine hottie cakes!!

I’ve written about this before, but it warrants repeating.

Your life needs you away from your email inbox.

Confession: I used to have an out-of-control inbox. Like: EPIC.

And then one day I having a panic on the phone to a dear friend about my 300+ emails that I hadn’t answered yet that had been sitting there for months that I was feeling guilty and stressed over. She got all interventionist on me, and made me go to my computer and delete all of them. I only got to keep ones that were HIGHLY HIGHLY important {ummm, like three}. The rest got deleted.

So, I think step one is having a clear out NOW, so you don’t have residual guilt about it. Delete, delete, delete unless it is HIGHLY HIGHLY important. Ever since, I’ve been working on ways to deal with the inbox everyday so I don’t get overwhelm, I still feel connected and it feels flowing.

Here’s my top four tips:

1. Unsubscribe from newsletters and mailing lists that you don’t really like, or that you keep filing away for reading and never end up getting to because it feels like a chore. Only keep things that you will read the day you get it.

2. Unsubscribe from getting email notifications every time someone responds to your forum messages and Facebook stuff. Then, when you do your rounds in the morning, just use the Search button to see what activity has happened around your name, and respond if you feel like it, don’t if you don’t.

3. When you read an email, respond to it that day, or make it an actionable item on your To Do List, and file it away. That way, when it comes to doing it, you can just search if you need the info from the email again. In terms of To Do List tools online, I recommend using either Gmail’s Task List if you are using Gmail already, or www.todoist.com. I use Todoist. Love it!

4. I can’t stress this one enough: respond to emails when you open them or at the very most, that same day. Deal with them then and there. If you are going to respond, respond. If you aren’t, file it. And just be done with it. My motto is: Less Stress. More Good Times. Less feeling like you HAVE to respond. Follow your gut, and let it go.

Now… go get started. Go delete. Let go. Release. Your emails are sick of living in your inbox. They want to be set free! They want you to be free too!

Report back here if you need to. Group hugs and sloppy puppy kisses to anyone who gets to zero.

Then go do something else. Make something. Create something. Love something. Remember who you are under the sky.

It will do your heart and soul good.

Trust me!

I believe in you!

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Essential goodies for a Pregnacious Goddess

Hola gorgeous Goddesses!

Here’s a post I wrote while I was still pregnacious on the goodies I loved… hope this is helpful to other pregnacious goddesses!

I like to keep things as simple as possible… but here is a list of some of the things that have made being a pregnacious goddess much, much lovelier & easier!

Being pregnacious is one of the biggest soul/physical/emotional transformations women take… these goodies are such a helpful support for me.

I hope they are just as gorgeous & useful for you…

Growing Belly Tea

The lovely Nikiah from Mama Goddess Birth Shop sent me a little congratulations package when I became pregnacious – it included some Mama Goddess Growing Belly tea & Calming Spritzer sprays.

Can I just say that herbs really can help your body prepare for birth and helping your milk come in?

Herbs are a good good thing.

Body pillow

Chris gave me one of these pillows for my birthday & they make for happy nights… they help keep your hips pain-free as they begin to stretch and pull… and you can also scaffold the blossoming bel-bel on it so you don’t get that squished feeling… especially when back-sleeping isn’t comfy anymore.

Me & little mermaid double high-five body pillows.

Soothing (calming spritzer)

Calming Spritzer

I spray it on my face and in our bedroom. Delish and refreshing.

Wheat heat packs

If I could marry my wheat heat pack, I would.

Warm and comforting – and it really soothes back, hip and leg pains. Plus, during cooler months, pop one on your feet to help your body temperature stabilise.

I’ve used it a few times on my belly when it’s doing its stretchy thing – but am careful to make sure I don’t get lil mermaid’s playground too warm for her.

Wheat heat packs = heavenly.

Plus, I’ve already created a basket to take to the Birth Centre with us of essential goodies, and these babies are definitely going in there!

Belly oil or cream

I’ve been a-hunting for my favourite oil/cream to keep my belly all hydrated and stretch-mark-less as possible.

I’ve tried Baby Organics’ Pregnant Belly Oil – it’s nice and hydrating, but doesn’t have a scrumptious smell and is a little bit oily (funny that). It’s not a deal-breaker – I still have it, and will use it when I run out of other stuff… but I haven’t gotten obsessive over it.

I’m currently obsessed over Moo Goo – a cow’s milk moisturiser. It’s made here in Australia, and I’m currently powering my way through a big tub of its white creamy goodness. It smells a little bit milky, but it reminds me of growing up on my family’s farm, and watching my dad milk our cows each morning. It’s somewhat nurturing for me.

A’kin Lavendar & Geranium Body Moist and

Alba Botanica Kukui Nut Body Cream.

Whatever cream ends up being the right texture and smell and scrumptiousness for you is gorgeous. Apparently creams with Vitamin E is especially good for helping skin grow and stretch without marks.

Books


The Art of Extreme Self-Care by Cheryl Richardson


The Pregnant Woman’s Comfort Book: A Self-Nurturing Guide to Your Emotional Well-Being During Pregnancy and Early Motherhood
by Jennifer Louden
Post-birthing add-on…

Birthing Meditation Programs

I will definitely credit these for making our birth what it was. Whether it is CalmBirth, Hypnobirth or Hypnobabies… do it. A workshop if you can. Listen to the meditations as much as possible.

I did two CalmBirth weekend workshops and listened to their meditations. I also used Hypnobabies’ Turn Breech Baby meditation when Starry went on her two northern adventures and their Come Out Baby meditation when my waters broke. Incredibly powerful and definitely helped me soothe my pregnacious goddess nerves…

What about you dearest? What worked for you?

big heart love,



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Goddess Allsorts: Remember the Good Stuff version


Dear darlingest Goddess You,

Again I have foraged in ze forests of ze internets to find you juicy berries of succulence!

Here’s all the goodies from my basket…

This is the most beautiful thing on earth… a gorgeous goddess sent me this picture drawn by Goddess-in-Training Paige (age 6) for “Goddess Lady with a baby in her tummy”…

Young Me Now Me photo collection is compelling & beautiful. We just don’t change that much at all…

Sacred Womb Artistry = precious pregnacious goddess photography.

Goddess Marissa is one of the email fairies here at Goddess Guidebook. I adore her a whole bundle, and especially this zen-emailifying philosophy.

My beautiful Goddess friend Marika makes the most beautiful belly castings

And now for something completely different… these girls are just so gorgeous & vibrant! Love love LOVE this! {Not safe for work viewing}

And I really love this Spicy Princess article on Bedsharing with children & Sex… it can be so hard to find thoughtful, wonderful articles on this!

This is a beautiful story about singing a child’s soul song from Earth Mama’s Web

If you are still working out WordPress to create a website for your big dream, I can muchos recommend the Digging into WordPress ebook!

And I opened an email to find THIS gem of a photo… it lit me up. The gorgeous Goddess Lori wrote: Thank you for the 2010 Goddess Workbook. I printed mine yesterday and my daughter Stella, who is 3, wanted one of her own, so I had her pick her favorite pages and printed them for her. We had so much fun finding ribbons to tie hers up with and she put beautiful stickers on every page. We talked about dreams and the importance of nurturing them, writing them down and playing with them. I was amazed that we spent a couple of hours on creating our journals. She even slept with hers under her pillow last night!

Love it so much!

Have I ever told you I am in love with James Taylor? Always have been. Always will be.

And this makes me howl with laughter… gosh I love being Australian.

Found anything scrumptious/inspiring/divine/yummy lately?

Show me show me show me! :D

you make birds sing,

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Ask Goddess Leonie: Ze Mega Post

Hola my precious hearts!

So I’ve been a super-slacker on ze answering of Ask Goddess Leonie questions… but I’m determined to make it up to you! A megasaurus answering of Goddess questions. Yippee!

I’m a wee bit tired and it’s only 7:55pm. I’m a bit sun-bronzed from walking around Crystalbrook Retreat today… Starry in Ergo carrier, hunky love, sissy + parents. I wanted to see if we could find some energy ley lines. Didn’t find any this walk, but did find a little outcrop of rock people which were lovely to hang out with. Yippee! Leonie is a certified hippy!

But yus… a little eye-blinkish. Can someone please pass a mug of something envigorating to open my eyes?

Let’s answer some questions!

If you’ve got answers to any of ze below, please join in at the Comments Circle. And if you have any more questionos, ask away! I’ll do my best to answer…

How do you find a spiritual mentor?

Good question.

Three points for Leonie to make.

First: I think they come to you. Which is kind of annoying when you are looking for one.

Second: You can look. A good place to start is healers, intuitives, psychics + teachers in new age-y fields you are called to (like yoga). I can recommend Akiah, Ann, Fabeku, Brenton, Hiro, Lucy and Tanishka.

Third: I believe in paying for mentors. Payment is an energy exchange which honours your teacher, and helps them to fulfill their purpose in the world.

There can sometimes be a stigma that spiritual people shouldn’t charge for their services – they should be as accessible as monks or nuns. But monks + nuns were paid – they were given food + accommodation + all their needs were met.

There’s no way in the world I could do what I do without being paid. It is an honour and a joy for me to pay and give money to my mentors + the people who help me on my spiritual path… what I receive back is worth the value x 10.

What if you don’t feel like you belong in the place you were born?

There is a place for you in this world.

Feel with your heart where it may be.

Even try using a crystal pendulum over a map to see where it may be.

Don’t worry.

It is coming, in sweet time.

It will be worth the wait.

For now, be happy, and heal, and know that all is well and all will be well.

You are where you are right now for a very important reason.

When it is time to move, you will now, and then it will be time to be elsewhere.

It’s all good.

I would really love to get into meditation. Where do I begin? Are there any books you can recommend? CDs? I am slightly overwhelmed by the amount of choice there seems to be!

Check out my Lazy Person’s Guide to Meditation.

Try my free meditation.

Try some of my other meditations.

Find something that works for you + sings to your beautiful spirit + go with that.

I’ve been a writer for 23 years—a freelance writer for 13—so I have a certain amount of discipline and practice around writing. But now I’m trying to write a book and can’t seem to make myself do it! It’s not “writer’s block”…. I have a detailed outline and the book is essentially written in my head. But I’m avoiding doing the writing, even though my freelance business is slow and I have the time.

Is it fear of change? Is it a sign that I’m not pursuing the right thing? Or is it normal? And how do I move beyond this phase so I can live my dreams of being an inspirational writer?

This question was asked ages ago. I’m feeling like something might have shifted by now + it might not be the same case anymore.

Goddess who asked, how are you going with this?

Where do you go to find your Gems of Joy and other inspiration when a WTF week happens. Recently it seems like every week has been a kick in the teeth (mad transition times do that) and I want to work on building up a strong joyful self that doesn’t get knocked down every time this happens I was wondering if you had any wisdom for me.

Here’s my surefire things that help when things suck:

1. Go outside + get a nature healing. Don’t want to sound like a nampy-pampy butterfly-loving hippy here… but SERIOUSLY. Nature is the bestest ever healer I’ve ever met. Get barefoot!

2. Listen to the elders. They always say: Well, not much use worrying over that. This will pass. Let’s have a cup of tea. That’s what my nans say. They’ve been through it all + seen it all already. Everything will be okay.

3. Know you can choose your feelings. Joy is an option. Gratitude is a possibility. Love is all around you.

4. If there is not at least one thing in your life that you love, change it!

So, my question is: Have you always been so free and happy and known that you were a goddess? Or, if not, at what point in your life did it kind of click for you?

I’m still learning + remembering every day that I’m a goddess.

I’m just like you.

I need a t-shirt that says WWTGIMD? (What Would The Goddess Inside Me Do?)

It’s so beautiful that I get to keep learning + remembering over + over again what the real truth of life is (i.e. that everything is awesome! and beautiful! and divine!)

I forget. But then I remember again + it gets even more scrumptious.

How do you prioritize your days, months, years? How, when you are swimming with ideas, have desires to learn about and explore new people places and things. How do you do fuel your passions, and still try to balance work, family, friends, relationship, nutrition, exercise, feeding you spirit. How do you do so much and still remain grounded and clear?

Things have changed a bucket load since becoming a mama.

But I guess the essence is still the same.

I make sure that I am not all input with no output. Does that make sense?

It can be really ding dang easy to get caught up reading what other people are doing + being inspired by them… and forgetting to create your own miracles.

MAKE YOUR OWN MIRACLES.

Write to-do lists. Plan it out. In your diary, make sure you don’t just include errands + appointments but actionable stuff that makes your dreams come true. And get it DONE.

I also find it super handy to have an accountability group. (So much so that I’m setting up one as part of the Goddess Circle as well. Because goals spoken outloud in groups are goals that get serious energy put into them! Yay!)

As far as being grounded goes: Burnout sucks. I’ll do whatever I can to not hit burnout. I’ve learned this after hitting Burnout City too much. I have basic self-care things that are in my diary for me to do everyday. Multivitamins, green smoothies + superfoods (chia, spirulina + maca) are staples. I cuddle my love everyday. I make sure we are emotionally connected. I’m always trying out different ways to make my life more balanced. It’s an evolving journey, and it’s exciting.

P.S. Don’t beat yourself up over not getting balance perfect. It’s a constantly evolving thang, ya know?

I was wondering what your ideas were on a few subjects; things like synchronicities (do they really mean anything or are they just coincidences?), dreamwork (our higher selves or the Universe trying to tell us something or just indigestion?), and soulmates (crazy idea and wishful thinking or do we each truly have that one, amazing, authentic love out there?).

Synchronicities: I totally believe in them. I think they are a sign that you are on the right path. Like little glimpses from Great Spirit.

Dreamwork: I get a huge amount of wisdom + healing from my dreams. I feel like I get taught so much in my dreams. In one dream, I was even shown by my ancestors how to do a hands-on healing. Amazing amazingness!

Soulmates: I don’t believe in there being a “The One” – I used to when I was young. Now I believe you get many choices, and that each one teaches you a different lesson. I believe soulmates are souls who have met before + made a contract to meet again – and that they can be your siblings, family + friends, not just lovers.

Do you do all the artwork and writing for your website and beautiful creations by hand, or do you use Photoshop or something similar? I love the 2010 workbook and am just wondering if you did it all by hand and then scanned it on your computer or made it on your computer.

I do it by hand using waterproof ink pen + watercolours on paper. Then I scan it in using an Epson 5200 printer/scanner, and adjust it in Photoshop to make it look clearer + brighter + without any yukky scan marks on it.

Can you offer some advice or techniques that will help me to figure out what I am here for… you know my “BIG” work…. life’s work.

Deep inside you, what would you love to do?

I would love if you could write more on your website about how you are so dedicated to spirituality.

I’m dedicated to my spirituality because it makes my world a thousand times more beautiful. Things make sense when I view them through my spiritual eyes. If I was just looking at stuff through my human eyes, it would be too easy to say “Shit happens” or “People suck” or any other boring, jaded judgement. When I see stuff through my spirituality instead, I see that people everywhere are just looking for love. That hope + miracles are just around the corner. That anything can happen. That this world really is exquisite in so many ways. And that I’m responsible for creating my own gorgeous life.

Life – spirituality = confusion + pain. Life + spirituality = joy + peace.

Where do you buy your gorgeous clothes?!?!? Your taste in clothing is exquisite and would love to find out where you get your stunning clothing!

Ha! I love this question… as I’m so not a girly-girl. I have some goddessy clothes + I have my “farm clothes”: a wardrobe consisting of jean cutoffs, men’s t-shirts + yoga pants. My goddessy clothes I have got from a bundle of places – mostly maxi dresses from cheapo stores, shawls from wherever I go travelling (India, Malaysia + Singapore make up my current stash) and from markets + I have a couple of dresses from Kyecrow.

I do have a question — ever consider putting your lovely art on t-shirts and stuff like on http://www.cafepress.com ? I’d LOVE to have a tshirt with your artwork on it!

Thanks darlingheart! I actually did this years ago when I was first starting out.

I’m honoured that you’d love a goddessy shirt to adorn yourself with.

I just don’t have the time to do it these days – I have to be pretty focussed where I put my energy so that I can help as many goddesses as I can, and creating stuff like the Goddess Circle + e-courses + kits seems to be the best way I can do that right now.

I was wondering if you know of any online resources and groups that focus on starting up a small, creative business – like what helped you, if anything, or would have been a help if you had known it at the time? I would love to find a small community of people who support each other in this effort, and any inexpensive resources, to keep me motivated and bounce ideas off of for a project that I’m really excited about?

I want to start a business creating spirited artworks that are personalized and have a deep soulful meaning for the end customer. What helped you in terms of establishing yourself and marketing your spirited artwork and qualities to your target market? Do you know of any online resources and support groups that could assist me?

I flipping love small business stuff!

I’m in the middle of creating a Business Goddess kit with all the business wisdom + smartnesses I know. I’ve been running my own business for erm – five? six? years now. It’s gone from being my sweet little hobby to my family’s sole income (WOOO!) How I got there? Trying a whole bundle of different income sources. Talking to my brother who is a brilliant entrepreneur. Playing with what works for me. Reading books like “One Minute Millionaire” and “Retire Young, Retire Rich” – they change my whole money mindset + get me dreaming big! And I have a group of online friends who run their own businesses and share the journey together.

I’m also going to have a Business Goddesses group as part of the Goddess Circle so that we can all share our business paths + brainstorm + connect + support each other as we start + grow our gorgeous goddess businesses.

I have been contemplating starting a women’s circle and wondered what advice you might have on getting this going? A friend had suggested it and then went on to explain the circle she led years ago and how she had everyone read Jean Shiboda Bolen’s book and how they all had to commit to meeting or else the circle would not work. Sounds great, but I fear if I am too rigid in the “rules” people might be afraid to join. Any thoughts? I have a small list of people I want to invite forming in my head …

+ also another womens circle question:

I was wondering if there is a bit more info on womens circles?
What happens at one? What do you do?

Women’s circles change the world. I totally believe that, and have experienced it for myself.
When women circle, miracles happen.
They listen unconditionally to each other.
They share in sacred space.
They become wiser, more grounded, more knowing of the love + support that surrounds them.

Women’s circles can come in many forms.

They can be free, and free-forming, and fluid, or be paid, and structured over a set time.

They can be led by one woman, or there can be rotating leadership.

There is usually a talking stick for each woman to share her truth.

You can follow books together – like The Artist’s Way or Ariadne’s Thread. It could be like a spiritual book group.

You could do yoga together. Or explore healings together. Do reiki. Do Law of Attraction practices. Meditate. Be creative.

It’s a group of women gathering to fill up their own souls again… and be with their women sisters.

I really need to write the ding dang guide for women’s circles because it’s the one thing that I keep getting asked about over + over. Plus, I believe the world could be healed by women circling. Must add that to my list of zillion + one things to do! Yippee! 😀 Good thing this goddess likes creating 😉

I utterly encourage you to think about starting your own women’s circles.

They will change your life!

Here is my question:
To my horror, a craft listing of mine was featured recently on Regretsy.com. And the 50+ comments about it were very nasty. I’m a tender-hearted creative and I love crafting, and this has really knocked my confidence. Intellectually I can see the funny aspect of this situation, and also the ‘mob mentality’ that spurned many of the comments, but my heart is still bruised.
Do you have any suggestions for healing a sore creative heart?

First, darlingheart, I’m wrapping you in angel white wings and calming essence.

You are SO loved. You are SO talented. You are SUCH a gift.

This I know to be true.

You are sharing your beauty, love + creativity with the world. That is utterly huge, my sweetest heart. That is bigger than big itself.

You are CREATING love in this world.

I really don’t pay attention to websites that are there to be the opposite of creative – a.k.a. destructive.

They aren’t creating anything new. They are just casting their own judgements on other people’s creations. Because – hey – it’s less challenging to do that than it is to actually listen to your own spirit and create your own magic in this world.

Please know that you are wonderful, powerful and magical.

That I believe in you.

That you are doing the perfect thing.

And when in doubt, remember my favouritest quote: “F*** ’em: I’m going to do it anyway!”

The bestest creators in the world get judged + critiqued to the buggery.

Ignore the critics, and continue on blazingly anyway.

P.S. For what it’s worth, I took a peek on Regretsy, and actually quite liked some of the creations on them. No regretsy!

P.P.S. Not everyone digs what I do. But guess what? I TOTALLY DO. So me thinks I’ll just keep doing it anyway! Yippeeeee! 😀

P.P.P.S. This is a tsunami of love + healing coming for your creative goddess self! Can you feel it? It’s totally there!

How did you first get in touch with your feminine essence? I ask this because I cant seem to let go of my personal blocks and fears. How did you delve into the world of being a goddess and being so spirited and glorious?

I’m always learning and finding it.

Everyone can do it, sweetpea.

Especially you.

Just imagine the possibility you are a goddess. If it seems unreasonable, think there might be a tiny 5% chance of even the possibility that it is true. The possibility that you are whole, holy, divine, wise, loved. There is a goddess inside you.

And keep practicing that, and remembering that… every moment you can… for the rest of your life.

Whenever you get lost, you will find your way again.

Whenever you forget, you will remember again.

You are doing so beautifully hon.

I want to create a wonderful studio haven for me to feel alive and spirited to work in, but I am blocked and don’t know where to start. How do I attempt this?

I’m assigning you a project:

Create a vision board of your studio!!!

Report back to me once done. Go go go GO!

I am in a bit of a pickle. I can’t really explain too much, except to say that most of my friends and family think I’m crazy and irresponsible. Even, I think I am crazy and irresponsible. I’m starting to wonder if something is deeply wrong with me. I wish so much to be just like you and full of happiness and joy… Could you please give me a word of encouragement?

You are loved.

You are safe.

You are whole.

I want you to close yourself, and see yourself in your mind’s eye.

Look into yourself, and find the tiny spark of light.

Then breathe into it. With each breath, see that spark grow bigger. And bigger. And bigger.

Until it fills every part of you up.

Breathing, breathing, breathing.

You are home.

What does the truth look like now? How does it glow?

Report back to me in comments! Go go go go!

Okay my darlinghearts… time for me to sign off…

You are so so so loved… by the stars and the oceans and the fairies and the flowers and every single living thing in between,

|| Just *seven* days until the Goddess Circle opens on Sept 1! You’ll get all my courses, kits, meditations & workbooks PLUS a year-round Goddess Circle for only $99. Everything you’ll need to support + inspire you on your goddess journey… You can sign up to be a Goddess Circle member here. ||