What if you could lean on an experienced, well-travelled, educated and sensitive wise grandmother, who offers you unconditional love, a safe and sacred space to share where you are believed, listened to, and acknowledged?
Having someone on your side can help guide or direct you to make choices that matter most to you and your well-being. But more importantly, a mentor can hold space for you and gently offer wisdom that only comes through experience, discernment and patience.
Actively participating in mentorship gives you additional experience that you can add to your own personal knowledge library to grow and learn.
What matters most is that mentorship provides you with experiential examples that you can learn from and apply directly to your own life.
Mentoring is different than psychotherapy. In mentorship, we share an additional spiritual component where there is compassion and real connection.
Mentoring with me is about authenticity, transparency, self-trust, self-care, accountability, and self-discipline to nurture your own expansion and growth.
Mentorship with me takes place in a safe and sacred space. You are free to be real, vulnerable and even express rage. I simply hold the space for you as I listen deeply.
WHY I BELIEVE IN MENTORSHIP
Mentorship is like having an angel on your side. Or as in my case, a wise-old grandmother. We all need someone who has our back, someone who can just listen, hold space and let you know that this thing you are working through is part of the web of life. To encourage you when life is challenging.
MENTORSHIPS WITH ME
I am grateful to be spinning around on this planet for 63+ years! I have done some really amazing things. I have also done some scary, risky, really dumb things. And all these experiences provide me with a vast Library of Knowledge. But living, experiencing, and making mistakes takes time.
Growth takes time. There are no shortcuts. But you don't have to do it alone. In fact, we are wired for connection. We are hard-wired for relationships and thrive in a nourishing community of support and real connection. It is my experience that we can self-heal in supportive community.
In my 50's, I spent months at a time reflecting, journaling, researching to better understand my own experience. Oftentimes I locked myself away for hours and days at a time to read and write. Who was I becoming? A sage or a hermit?
I eventually discovered that this time of deep reflection was a luxury. It reminded me of the days when I attended University when I could spend endless hours researching ancient, asian, greek or roman cultures.
My approach is more pragmatic than most. I believe academics, the arts, travel, culture, science and spirituality provide us with a balanced outlook.
I have even come to learn that "shadow work" is necessary to summon all the facets of our being together to experience a more balanced, grounded sense of Self. And there is freedom in this.