Stephanie Gugel Lifestyle

Stephanie Gugel Lifestyle

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� Confidence I want you to feel amazing about yourself every single day of your life.

My Page is where I will be sharing mindset, pleasure and wellness tips, healthy recipes and a little extra inspiration to help you get healthy, happy and confident! I want you to wake up with confidence every morning, feeling proud in you own body and glow from this inside out! I promise to push you to become a more energetic individual and help you reach your physical peek. We’ll focus on mindset

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Unleashing the Power of Your Nervous System 23/01/2024

🚨 Last Chance Alert! 🚨 “Unleashing the Power of Your Nervous System” masterclass is happening tomorrow!

Here’s your opportunity to:
✨ Transform stress into serenity
🔍 Understand your body’s signals
🌿 Practice easy and effective exercises

Don’t miss out on this transformative experience! Click the link to register now and be part of a community eager to learn and grow. Spots are limited! ⏳

Unleashing the Power of Your Nervous System Ready to transform your understanding of your nervous system? Don't miss out on this unique opportunity!

Unleashing the Power of Your Nervous System 22/01/2024

🌈 Dive Deep Into Your Inner World! 🧠 Tomorrow’s “Unleashing the Power of Your Nervous System” masterclass is not to be missed!

We’ll cover:

• Regulating your reactions
• Balancing energy levels
• Effective neurological fitness exercises
• And much more!

Comment below with what you hope to learn or achieve in this masterclass! 🌟

Don’t forget, it’s donation-based. Join us and take a step towards self-discovery and balance. 🙌

Unleashing the Power of Your Nervous System Ready to transform your understanding of your nervous system? Don't miss out on this unique opportunity!

Unleashing the Power of Your Nervous System 20/01/2024

🌟 Big News! 🌟 Excited to announce my upcoming “Unleashing the Power of Your Nervous System” masterclass!
🗓️ Date: Next Tuesday, 23rd
⏰ Time: 4 PM PST
📍 Where: Virtual

This donation-based masterclass is your golden ticket to understanding the mysteries of your nervous system. Perfect for anyone feeling overwhelmed or seeking inner peace. 🧘‍♂️💆‍♀️

Unleashing the Power of Your Nervous System Ready to transform your understanding of your nervous system? Don't miss out on this unique opportunity!

Unleashing the Power of Your Nervous System 17/01/2024

🌟 Curious about the magic of your nervous system? 🧠✨ Join me next Tuesday for an eye-opening "Unleashing the Power of Your Nervous System" masterclass!

This is for you if you've ever felt:
- Overwhelmed by uncontrollable reactions 💥
- Constantly 'on' and unable to unwind 🌀
- Drained, stressed, or alternating between low and high energy levels ⚡
- Interested in deepening your understanding of your nervous system 📚
- Prone to feeling easily triggered or startled 😲
- Dealing with nervous system dysregulation 🌪️
- A lover of yoga and breathwork 🧘‍♀️

We'll dive into:
- The incredible workings of the nervous system 🌈
- Understanding regulation vs dysregulation 📈📉
- Identifying signs of dysregulation 🕵️‍♂️
- Learning easy, effective exercises for neurological fitness 🏋️‍♂️
- Practical session with gentle exercises in the last 15-20 min (be ready to move a bit!) 💃🕺

This class will be donation-based. Why donation-based? 🤔 Because everyone deserves access to this life-changing knowledge, especially in our fast-paced world. This approach fosters an inclusive community, focused on learning and growing together. Your contribution, big or small, helps but sharing this journey is what matters most. 🤗

Let's nurture our nervous systems together for better health and well-being! 🌷

Register here:


Unleashing the Power of Your Nervous System Ready to transform your understanding of your nervous system? Don't miss out on this unique opportunity!


Jet-setting to Portugal and quitting my corporate coaching job all in one week! ✈️ 🎉 It's been a wild ride.

I tried quitting two years ago and got so scared and dysregulated that my physical and mental health took a huge detour. Instead of taking the leap, I chose to stay at my job and focus on healing.

It took 15 months of focusing on regulating my nervous system to feel safe enough to leave my “great job with great benefits”. With consistent work on trusting myself, allowing myself to slow down, major self compassion, and my support team, I finally felt ready to take the leap.

For the first time in my life, the possibility of what could be outweighed the fear of losing/failing. The whisper grew so loud that I just couldn’t ignore it anymore. ✨

I’m in the season of listening to my intuition, even if it does make any logical sense. 🧚🏻‍♀️

I’m in the season of saying no to what doesn’t feel good for me, so that I can make space for what does. 💃🏻

I’m in the season of trusting my choices and trusting that I am always taken care of, supported, and held. 🫶🏻

I’m in the season of walking into uncertainty with curiosity and a belly full of giggles. 🤭

I don’t know what is next for me, I don’t even have a hunch. All I know is that I am excited to find out. 🤷🏻‍♀️

It will all be revealed. ☀️

Photos from Stephanie Gugel Lifestyle's post 24/03/2023

The fight response is activated when the brain perceives a threat, and it prepares the body for action to defend itself. 🥊 💥

Here are some strategies to help you release the tension and break free from FIGHT mode:

1 🤸‍♀️ Body shaking: Shake it out! Literally. Shaking your body can help release tension and reset your nervous system.

2 🏋️‍♀️ High-intensity activity: Get your heart rate up and sweat it out with some high-intensity exercise.

3 🛏️ Pillow slamming: Grab a pillow and let out some frustration! Hitting a pillow can be a cathartic way to release tension and energy.

4 🧘‍♀️ Meditation: Find a quiet space and practice some deep breathing exercises or guided meditation to promote relaxation and calmness.

5 🙏 Stillness: Sometimes the best thing you can do is simply sit still and allow yourself to fully relax. Give yourself permission to take a break and just be. Remember, taking care of your mental and physical health should always be a priority!

Photos from Stephanie Gugel Lifestyle's post 17/03/2023

Repeat after me:

✨ I am safe and protected in this moment.
✨ My body knows how to find balance and harmony.
✨ I trust my nervous system to do what it needs to do to keep me healthy.
✨ I am in control of my thoughts and emotions, and I choose to stay calm and centered.
✨ I release any tension or stress in my body and mind, and I allow myself to fully relax.
✨ I am filled with positive energy and vitality, and I radiate that energy out into the world.

Drop a ✨ below to AFFIRM.


Have you ever noticed how certain situations can trigger a cascade of uncomfortable sensations and emotions in your body, leaving you feeling overwhelmed and stressed?

This is your nervous system at work, responding to external stimuli and preparing you for action.

But what if you could take charge of this automatic response and learn to regulate your nervous system for greater ease, clarity, and well-being?

When you start to regulate your nervous system, a whole new world of possibilities opens up. You may find that you're better able to manage stress and anxiety, allowing you to stay calm and focused even in challenging situations. You may notice that you have more energy, as your body is no longer in a constant state of fight or flight. You may also experience deeper and more restful sleep, as your nervous system learns to switch off and unwind at the end of the day.

But most importantly, regulating your nervous system can help you cultivate a sense of inner peace and resilience that stays with you no matter what life throws your way. You'll be better equipped to handle the ups and downs of daily life, and you'll have a greater capacity to connect with others and with yourself.

Photos from Stephanie Gugel Lifestyle's post 23/02/2023

The dorsal vagal branch is a part of the vagus nerve that activates a "freeze" or "shutdown" response when we perceive a severe threat or when we are unable to cope with stress. Signs that you may be in the dorsal vagal response include numbness, shallow breathing, reduced heart rate and blood pressure, digestive issues, and fatigue. To promote healing and resilience, it's important to engage in activities that activate the ventral vagal response, such as deep breathing, mindfulness, movement and social connection. Scroll through for signs that you may be in dorsal vagal.


The #1 Way to Slow Down Time. ✨

Life can move so quickly, especially when you are nomadic and move around as often as I do. Days can blur together, months can feel like weeks, and weeks can feel like hours.

I can quickly jump from one moment to the next without stepping back to experience all I am creating.

If I allow myself to get swept away in the hustle of life, I start to notice sensations of overwhelm. I begin to feel this urgency to rush and hurry and eventually feel exhausted and burnt out.

Yet, every time I incorporate INTENTION, I can slow down time. So, what do I mean by that?

Let’s take a look at this weekend, for example. Jared and I noticed that we were starting to burn out. We desperately craved dedicated time for our relationship and time to slow down. On a whim, we booked a staycation at our favorite Vegas hotel. For weeks, we have been creating the intention of using this time to slow down.

When the day arrived, we were exhausted. We no longer wanted to get dressed up to dine out and just wanted to relax, yet we kept the intention alive. We adjusted to fit our desires while still prioritizing our intentional connection.

Instead of dressing up, Jared picked up dinner while I staged the room to intrigue my senses. Having the right vibe is crucial for my intentionality as a sensual being.

I played music and dimmed the lights. I drew a bath full of bubbles. I dropped rose petals throughout the room.

I brought my intention forward. I focused on the emotions I wanted to experience. I played out the feelings I wanted to convey. Finally, I dropped into my body. I shook off everything that didn’t serve me in the current moment, anything that didn’t align with my intention, and focused on how I wanted to show up.

The result was an incredible 20-hour romantic getaway where I showed up available to give and receive love to my total capacity. We had the best time being alone and taking it slow. We left feeling so refreshed and highly connected. Those 20 hours felt like 3 days.

It’s easy to get caught up in the demands of life. I invite you to clarify your desire and use your intention to bring it to life. ♥️


You are the greatest project you will ever work on. ✨

Photos from Stephanie Gugel Lifestyle's post 29/11/2022

My sweet bubba. ♥️
I remember the day I picked you up. I was 17 and you were just 4 weeks old (too young to have been separated from family).

and I were so excited to take brothers home. We thought we were so cool, we named them Bubba Kush Crusher. 😂

You were tiny. I could hold you in my palm. I was so afraid of you getting crushed in your sleep, I kept you in a shoe box on my bed. All the puppy toys were bigger than you so I had to buy you a kitten toy to bring you comfort.

I was so afraid of bringing you home. I stayed at Macy’s house for three days while I figured out a way to convince my mom.

Long story short, I convinced them and you were apart of our lives for 14 years.

Bubbas, you helped me co-regulate in some of the hardest moments of my life. You were there for me in so many challenging moments.
I’m going to miss being walked to the door by you and being greeted by those sweet and often nonstop kisses.

Feeling grateful that I could be home to say goodbye and that you waited for my visit. I love you so much. 🐾


Step by step, keep aligning with who you are meant to be and the success will follow. ♥️

Photos from Stephanie Gugel Lifestyle's post 26/10/2022

I read this book during a deep time of healing. These words still resonate as much as they did back then. ♥️

“You did not come as far as you have, through as much as you did, across all of the unknown you’ve faced, for it to end here.”


Gabrielle Roth shares that “In many shamanic societies, if you came to a medicine person complaining of being disheartened, dispirited, or depressed, they would ask one of four questions:

☀️When did you stop dancing?

☀️When did you stop singing?

☀️When did you stop being enchanted by stories?

☀️When did you stop being comforted by the sweet territory of silence?”

In moments of sadness, hardships, and grief- we tend to abandon the expressions that set our souls on fire. We become too serious to laugh, dance, or play. We become too busy for pleasure and curiosity.

It’s in these moments that we need this most. Play brings us safety. Accessing play rewires our nervous system to believe that we are safe and in flow. It allows us to use some of our stagnant sympathetic energy and release it in a way that feels yummy in our bodies.

Rather than using a top-down approach, such as meditation, visualization, talk therapy, or journaling- play allows us to use a bottom-up approach. Our body tells our mind we are safe. Our body gives our mind a break from problem-solving.

How can you invite more play into your life? 💃🏻


Have you ever looked at your life and thought, "Damn, I created this"?
Recently, J and I took a Lyft from New York to our Airbnb in Jersey. We started chatting with our driver and talked about unconventional living and travel. He had been working in the ER for over thirty years and recently retired. Now he travels and drives when he chooses to.

He gave us advice. "Don't spend your whole life working for someone just to get retirement. It's a lie. It's not worth it. I'm not in my late 60s and finally getting to taste freedom".

I couldn't agree more. Whether you work for someone or yourself, you can't work to live. You must spend time doing what you love and taking significant risks to align with your desired life. I told him, "I am not 100% where I want to be, but I am close".

He loved that we are nomads and spending our time traveling. We still work, but we make work, work for us. It no longer gets in the way of living. It's just a part of living.

It made me reflect on the last ten years of my life. For as long as I can remember, I have wanted to travel. It felt impossible! There was always something.
I was always too busy. So busy with school or work, I was afraid to leave. I was too scared. Scared of going anywhere alone or fearful of having debt.
Eventually, I took a considerable risk. I left my hospitality job, chose not to pursue a career in education, left my hometown, and took on debt to travel!

It was expansive for me! I realized what I was capable of when I trusted my desires. From there, I kept inching myself closer. I started taking remote work and laptop jobs to prepare me for when I can travel and work.

I started my coaching business and clarified how I wanted to live.
In January, we sold all our things and packed up our car to start our nomadic life. It's crazy to think that it's almost been a year of travel.

I've gotten to stay in incredible homes, visit friends, explore, and meet so many unique humans!

I forget how remarkable my life is. I forget that I didn't just fall into this life; I created it. Sometimes you need an outsider's reflection to notice what you have created.


You ever take a look at your life and think “Damn, I created this”?

J and I were taking a Lyft from New York to our Airbnb in Jersey. We started chatting with our driver and talked a lot about unconventional living and travel. He had been working in the ER for the past 30 years, recently retired, and now is traveling and driving when he chooses to.

He gave us advice. “Don’t spend your whole life working for someone just to get retirement. It’s a lie. It’s not worth it. I’m not in my late 60s and finally getting to taste freedom”.

I couldn’t agree more. Whether you work for someone or work for yourself, you can’t work to live. You have to spend time doing the things you love and taking big risks to align with the life you desire. I told him that I’m not 100% at where I want to be, but I am pretty close.

He loved that we are nomads and spending our time traveling. We still work but we make work, work for us. It no longer gets in the way of living. It’s just a part of living.

It made me reflect back on the last 10 years of my life. For as long as i could remember, i wanted to travel. It felt impossible! There was always something.

I was always too busy. Busy with school or a job I was afraid to leave. I was too scared. Scared of going anywhere alone or afraid of having debt.

Eventually, I took a big risk. I left my hospitality job, chose to not pursue a career in education, left my hometown, and took on debt to travel!

It was expansive for me! I realized what I was capable of when I trusted my desires. From there I kept inching myself closer. Taking remote jobs and laptop jobs to get me to a place where I can travel and work.

I started my own coaching buisness and got even clearer of how I wanted to live.

In January, we sold all our things and packed up our car to start our nomadic life. It’s crazy to think that it’s almost been a year of travel.

I’ve gotten to stay in some incredible homes, visit friends from all over, explore, and meet so many amazing humans!

I forget how remarkable my life is. I forget that I didn’t just fall into this life, that I created it. Sometimes you need a reflection from an outsider to take notice of what you have created.


Reminder: Every decision made is a step closer to discovering more about yourself. In every experience, we get to grow and evolve. ✨


Where you can find me for the past month..


“The world is so scary. I getting panicky and overwhelmed really easy. I’m overwhelmed and my anxiety is high!”

In my last post, I talked about the dorsal vagal response. This is an autonomic nervous response that has us tune out the world and shut down when we are overwhelmed.

But what if the opposite happens to you?

What if instead of numbing out, you feel too much? Your nervous system feels like way too stimulated and it’s really hard to stay calm and grounded.

This is the sympathetic autonomic response.

You might be someone who needs to talk to a friend or quickly reaches for their lover or pet to try and co-regulate. On the other hand, if you don’t have approval for your need to regulate, you might get panic attack, and get overwhelmed/ over-stimulated easily. You may seem agitated or angry or have the sense on being on the edge.

This automatic response gets triggered when our body feels a sense of danger (Whether it’s real or perceived).

This is our fight/flight response and keeps us safe when there is danger coming our way. It’s what makes us run when someone is chasing us or slam our breaks when someone cuts us off.

Yet, if we were raised in an environment where we didn’t feel safe or were constantly searching for clues of danger, our perception of danger is heightened and our nervous system is much more sensitive.

Our nervous system can take signs of physical, mental, emotional, environmental, or societal trauma and create a fight or flight response.

This means if you have dealt with chronic bodily pain, an upset stomach may put your system in fight or flight. Someone raising their voice can set you off. A nearby hurricane can create a lack of safety. Even a thought pattern that may have caused a panic attack before can instantly trigger a new one.

When our nervous system is heightened, it can be helpful to find a way to release all of that extra energy. You can: run, shout, shake, stomp, scream, dance, or crush a big workout.

Furthermore, it’s important to create long term safety in your body. This will be an ongoing practice of slowing down, connecting to breath, and becoming aware of your triggers and response.

Does this sound like you?


Are you someone who wants to run away, hide, retreat or veg out when you are stressed out?

Or maybe you are someone who gets really agitated, frantic, and anxious.

Did you know that these responses are the way our nervous system has been trained to automatically respond?

Most likely this response became our autonomic nervous response as a way to regulate when we were kids.

I tend to be the one that wants to escape, runaway, or numb out. As a kid, my environment was usually pretty chaotic and to find safety I looked for ways to escape or silence out. Now as an adult, I catch myself constantly wanting to hide behind close doors or book a solo trip away instead of co-regulating with others.

When I get this way, the practice is to become aware of what is the trigger that is causing me to runaway.

Sometimes it’s because I feel misunderstood. Other times it’s because I don’t feel like I’m doing enough and many times, it’s because I haven’t prioritized healthy alone time.

Once I have become aware of the trigger, I drop into my body and ask myself what sensations do I feel? Without judging it or trying to label an emotion to it. I tend to feel tightness in my chest or a lump in my throat.

The more and more I do this, the more I can catch myself fall into this response before it goes too far. As I start to notice a lump in my throat I ask why and what it is I need?

I get extremely clear on what’s bothering me, I validate my autonomic response and I pick a healthy coping strategy to self-soothe.

It could be a nice long walk, breath work, dance, a massage, or talking to a loved one. When I am in the numb out and escape mode, I try to find something that invites slow and gentle movement into my body. This prevents me from fully dissociating without forcing myself to go out of range.

I’m curious, are you someone who goes into the dorsal cacao pathway and try to escape or numb when overwhelmed? Let me hear it! 👇🏽


Happy 5 years ! ♥️♥️

I honestly don’t know how you have put up with me through all of these years. I appreciate you so much.

You have been my rock in moments that I felt like I was floating away and are always there to celebrate every big milestone.

You taught me to receive love in a way I have never been able to receive. You showed me how much I actually deserve. Even when it is uncomfortable for me to hold it, your love is what returns me back to my own.

This past year has been a wild one. To be honest, every year has. Yet, you have tackled each challenge with ease and trust.

I have so much gratitude for your devotion to me and to us. I thank you for saying yes to this wild nomadic life and holding the masculine in all its uncertainty.

We are not the same people who went rock climbing on their first date. We have changed and evolved so much these past 5 years and I love how we are unfolding.

Thank you for loving me. Thank you for not giving up on me. Thank you for always seeing me.

I love you. 🫶🏻


Back in May, a friend of mine invited me and a few other sisters to celebrate her 30th birthday, in Miami, next month.

I was a HELL YES and was so excited to have a girl’s trip full of connection, beach time, and boujee living. 😂👸🏻

As the weeks got closer, I started to notice myself finding ways to back out. I was having a lot resistance coming up and on multiple occasions thought it be best to cancel.

I’m always hoping around and this particular week I’m supposed to be relocating from Pittsburgh to DC.

By this point in my journey, I know that when so many excuses come up, there’s something deeper behind it. I sat with it and realized it was the fact that I didn’t want to be seen by sisters right now.

The truth is: I FEEL UGLY. Yup, I do. I feel uncomfortable in my skin, uncomfortable with my weight gain, uncomfortable with the acne scars that my hormones have gifted me. I get self conscious thinking about being in a bathing suit in a crowd, and I’m no longer rocking my teeny weeny bikinis.

I hear this voice come up. “I’m going to be the fat one. I’m going to be the ugly one in the pictures, everyone else is so pretty.” I also heard “I’m not drinking and my diet is complicated and I’m going to be too much”.

I recognize this voice really well. It’s my little inner child. It’s my little girl who never felt good enough and always felt too much. My little girl who picks me apart and tells me all the reasons I’m not perfect and have to play small.

After sitting with this, I decided to reach out to our group chat and tell them. I let the girls feel me. I shared everything I was withholding and called myself out for wanting to cancel because I felt like and ugly Debbie downer.

It was raw and unfiltered, it was extremely vulnerable and it forced me to be seen in my mess (I like to hide).

I was met with so much love and some powerful reflections. The women shared how much they see themselves in my share and thanked me for opening up this convo. Most importantly, they shared how much they wanted me there. ♥️

It’s moments like this that I am reminded of the growth I’ve had and that the more I share, the more connected I feel.🫶🏻

Photos from Stephanie Gugel Lifestyle's post 13/07/2022

Vulnerable thoughts of the day: (scroll for more)

You may have noticed, but I have been really quiet this year.

Truth be told, I’ve been choosing to be selfish. Selfish with my time, my energy, my learnings. I have been focusing so much on myself and my healing that I have forgotten to share parts of the process. At times it was due to a lack of energy and at times from a place of grief and shame.

I’ve been in a deep portal with my health. I’m still navigating a huge flare. I’ve seen countless doctors and have implemented new healing modalities. I’ve been diagnosed with Hashimotos, PCOS, IBS, SIBO, Gut Dysbosis, Hormone imbalance, and chronic stress. I am navigating through chronic gut pain and inflammation, cystic acne, weight gain, and depression.

Many times I have cried thinking I have regressed on my journey, I’ve caught myself feeling victim to my body. I’ve wondered how can I preach about pleasure and mindset when I feel like a fraud.

Yet, I keep finding myself coming back. Back to myself, to my dance, to my self care, to my education, to my passion, to my pleasure. No matter how low I get, I keep coming back.

Though I don’t know how long it will take for me to feel at my prime, or what exactly will get me there, I trust that all of this was meant to get me there. I trust that through this muddy water, I will rise.

And so, I am trying to come out of my cave and show you more of what’s really happening in my life- the pleasure and the pain- and continue to trust the process.

I realize that by not sharing, there may be others out there who feel alone and that by sharing, you may feel seen.

So, I’m curious, how many of you are dealing with similar challenges? Would it be helpful if I shared more about my health practices and my autoimmune journey? ♥️


Creating Experiences That Boost Your Radiance✨

If you’ve ever told yourself no or limited yourself based on what you thought you deserved, it’s time to audit your approval for your desires. Giving yourself an opportunity to recognize what you deserve is a big step toward creating experiences that will boost your radiance and true alignment.

Lots of people will deny themselves an opportunity to try a new experience because they don’t think it’s a good choice to make based on what they believe they deserve.

Consider the following examples:

* I don’t deserve that vacation–I can go longer until I need a break.

* It would be fun to try that class with my friend, but I probably wouldn’t do very well.

* It would be neat to try making friends with that person at work, but I doubt they’d want to talk to me.

* I could apply for that promotion, but I doubt they’d choose me for the job.

In each of these scenarios, someone is denying themselves the chance to create a new experience. Trying a new class or applying for a new job can all greatly impact your self-discovery, but in every scenario, the person is determining that they don’t deserve the opportunity to try.

This has been one of my biggest works in my own journey. I have had to constantly question my thoughts and where I have limited my receiving.

Understanding that you deserve to try new things and create new experiences for yourself is a huge step towards true radiance and alignment. When you’re exploring, you’re building confidence, gaining new skills, and learning new things–you deserve to invest in yourself!

The more I leaned into my desires, the more I said yes, the more my confidence grew in myself. The more that I trusted, the more I received.

What are you holding yourself back from?


Real talk, boo.

How many times have you let an opportunity go because you were afraid of not showing up perfectly for it?

How many moments of excitement have been upstaged by your fear?

I know for me, it’s happened a lot. Too afraid I’d mess up my sequence to teach at a yoga studio, too afraid I wasn’t qualified for the job to apply, too afraid of holding a masterclass in case I would butcher it.

In all of these instances, I chose certainty over uncertainty. I was certain that if I didn’t show up, I would feel safe. I knew what life would be like- the same as it’s been.

I was afraid of the uncertainty. Not knowing if I would be embarrassed or ashamed. Not know what others would think of me. Not knowing what to do with myself if I absolutely crushed it.

I get it, uncertainty can feel scary. We love to be in control of our lives and predict every moment. In fact, many of us stay in relationships, jobs, towns that we hate just because we feel certain in how our life will play out. It will stay the same.

Even if the potential of a new lover, a better career or a life that is lit up is in the table, the fear of the unknown can keep us away from it.

What have you kept from yourself due to fear?

Harnessing your musical talents?
Trying to share your gifts that you have been hiding?
Moving to a city you’ve never been to?

What would it feel like to step into the uncertainty? To fully trust that no matter what, you are held and will be okay. What would it feel like to believe that this step will actually take you closer to your radiance?

Would you lean in?

This is something I talk to my clients about in the regular. It’s a part of aligning to your highest self and trusting in your desires. It’s apart of living your life fully out loud.

If this is something you’ve been struggling with, I’m here for you. Let me know what’s coming up for you, let’s step into the uncertainty and play the game called life! ✨

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