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Uncover your Guiding Archetypal Energy

Find out which archetypal energy matches what you want to embody in your life right now. 


In the English language, the word “myth” has come to mean two opposite things at the same time...

One one hand, myth is something that isn’t true - think “mythbusting” being the process of shining light on incorrect ideas.  On the other hand, myth can reflect a deep human truth, an idea or energy that resonates with humanity across time and space - like “coming of age” stories, journeys of heroes and heroines, and practices or rituals to honor the sun and the Earth. 


Myths may seem like something of the past, but these archetypal themes are present in our everyday lives. Archetypes are patterns that show up all over - in psychology, mythology, storytelling, astrology, movies, TV shows, and even personas of different public figures who we come to admire or dislike. 

When we use archetypes in our work together, we can uncover both patterns that you want to let go of and characteristics that you want to embody.  Let’s find out which archetypal guide’s energy matches what you want to embody in your life right now. 

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You have so many possiblities.

I used to think challenging the status quo was improving systems that already exist to make them more inclusive and equitable for all people. I’ve realized that it’s these systems themselves that need to be replaced with something new – and this something new can’t be a homogeneous, universal, one-size-fits all solution created by a few people in a room with a white board. Instead, the way of being needs to honor many possibilities with room to breathe and shift as we all grow and evolve – together.  If we stay burned out and treat our bodies like machines, we don’t have the energy or the time to reimagine these possibilities. 

I focus on embodying what I want to see, living it in everything I do, and support others in this process of embodying their own interconnected existence. In our work together, practices and dialogue that helps us remember our connection to our bodies, communities, and the environment can help us discover what brings us genuine satisfaction and recover from individual and collective burnout.

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