Something mystical happens when we gather as a soul community. As our individual hearts expand with love, we create a shared cosmic heart that beats in the rhythm of One Love. And we experience the living reality that prayer is the vibration of Love².
Hana I Ka Pono means wellness through forgiveness. It is an intention and a practice of taking 100% responsibility of our thoughts, words, and actions to affect positive change for one’s self, loved ones, and situations past, present, or future. We all have a kuleana (responsibility) to bring ourselves and our world into wellness. Through Self Soul Discovery questions, we will explore the counterproductive beliefs and stories we tell ourselves about ourselves, and the stories we hold on to based on hurtful memories. In this prayer practice, we will release, cleanse, and heal the parts of ourselves that have been storing so much pain, anger, resentment, shame, guilt, blame, and more.
As we do this inner work, we open ourselves to humility and welcome her grace to flow in us, through us, and as us. We will then extend our kuleana outward to situations, places, and events (past, present, and future) to release, cleanse, and heal the space, setting the stage for the desired outcome. You will find many ways to apply this practice in your life to cause great healing, for there is no limit to what we can affect physically, emotionally, mentally, spiritually, financially, and relationally.
Writing Down Your Soul is a mystical practice that drops you into theta—the threshold between worlds—where you begin to hear Who wants to be heard and find yourself falling in love with this magical Voice. As you move through life holding hands with your Sacred Voice, you begin to see who you really are and the life you really want to live—and you find the courage and grace to create that life.
Soul writing was and is part of everything I offer, but I had no plans to teach it again as a course. That is, until my publisher relaunched Writing Down Your Soul this summer and my sweet Voice—who often calls herself “Our Lady of the Thresholds” or “Beloved Mother Sophia”—nudged me to teach soul writing again—but in a whole new way. A way called “The Theatre of the Miraculous.”
You are the Community. Your journal is the Container. The Voice is the Contained. But you may be surprised to discover that there isn’t one Voice, the whole world is filled with Sacred Voices. And they’re all waiting to take you by the hand.
Whether you’re new to soul writing or have been writing for years, come and play in this inaugural Theatre of the Miraculous event. Magic and miracles await everyone.
The Return of the Witches is an unprecedented mystical exchange with witches of the past to help us heal our witch wounds in the present. Unconscious memories of their terrors are stored in our bodies, our cells, our very DNA. Those tendrils surface as anxiety, body shame, perfectionism, self-doubt, relationships fraught with misunderstanding and distrust, and the gnawing sense that no matter what we do, we’re not enough. These witch wound undercurrents prevent us from loving the body we’re in, saying what needs to be said, being fully present in our relationships, expressing our true wild creativity, and asking for and receiving our most sacred desires.
How can we heal these old buried wounds? We begin by gathering in sacred ceremony and inviting 13 abused and condemned women across three thousand years and half the globe to return and tell us their stories. As we give them the gift of being heard and seen, they give us the gift of finding the strength to heal ourselves, and the courage to transform our anti-feminine, anti-body, anti-Goddess world into one filled with reverence for all.