I am in gratitude from the love from you. This feedback is soul food for me. So our relationship is full of reciprocal soul food. You will figure out why I am saying this at the end of the email. After hosting a workshop called, "Connect with Horses Connect With Your True Self", where the whole group were nourished, blessed, connected to themselves, animals and nature I received this email:

Hi Deb,

Thank you for your friendship and guidance in looking deep within one's self. I am at a crossroads in my life journey, I believe this to be so due to the emerging connections and parallel paths I have been on.

About 26 yrs ago I started reading and taking an interest in the spiritual meditations of Eckenkar. One particular meditative experience stands out. During a float tank session I meditated and recieved a vision from my animal guide - (this looked like a wolf), who led me to a clearing in a vast forest, to a small circle of wise souls!

I didn't get to speak or communicate with this circle due to an interruption breaking the connection.

After my guided experience on Saturday just gone, I have now met and connected with the small circle of wise souls.

My deepest gratitude and appreciation to you and my new herd, for all the kind, gentle understanding and supportive guidance to feel safe/yet vulnerable and free to be open without judgement. Now I've the emotional strength to reflect upon and face a few of my self imposed limitations. Physically I'm improving daily, cognitively I am gaining confidence and clarity daily, all of which are finally allowing me the strength and confidence to believe in myself, my capabilities and my goodness as a person."

In kindness, Your friend Terry (name changed)

Thank-you Terry, for showing up and being so open.

Running workshops and being with people when they blossom, is a reciprocal source of my soul food and another is when I receive emails and text messages from you. These are some emails and text messages I received from you recently:

Thank you for the "Aha" moment. Sure, I've done lots of reading and understand about dis-ease but didn't own it. My style has always been to avoid conflict and avoid hurting the feelings of others. Well, I just had surgery to remove a severely dysplastic neoplasm and have been contemplating ways to improve my healing ability and my immune system to avoid a recurrence. I read your email and there was the answer. I can exercise more, eat all the right foods etc. but if I don't start being true to myself it will be to no avail. It is time for some changes. Thank you, again. Katherine A

"I love how you flipped fear on its head. There is such wisdom there. That is so true that whenever I feel fear, I'm trying to protect something or feel safe. So much of my life, I haven't felt safe.

This phrase from you Deb, "What do you do to create safety, as youwalk that path?," is spectacular to me because it means I don't have to let my fear stop me from risking and taking that path. What I have to do is to rephrase how I think so I feel safe in that journey and on that path. That gets me moving and stretches and grows me in a way I could never have imagined! Wonderful words. Thanks so much for sharing them.

Lois O.

I love face to face workshops and I am so excited as I now have a platform to launch small group online workshops.  It was Margaret Mead who said,

"Never underestimate the power of a small group of committed people to change the world. In fact, it is the only thing that ever has.”

Yes, in a small group, online Action Learning program you can change your world and the world of others around you. Not by forcing or controlling but by being free to be your truth, by connecting to your Intuitive Body Wisdom and sensing what is right for you and your life.

Stay tuned. coming soon.

I love to hear your questions and challenges so that I can write and design what is relevant just for you. You can leave any questions below or email me.

Love Deb