The Rite of Ritual

The Rite of Ritual

Why ritual is so powerful for generating change

One of the best descriptions of ritual and its transformative power that I have heard, is through the analogy of a match stick. 

The fire is contained within the tip, inert, dormant. Yet through the intentional action and energy generated through the strike, the fire is released and realised. Ritual is that strike of the match. Through the weaving of symbolic meanings, intentional action and energy generation, transmutation of our state occurs. What lies dormant and inert within, sparks into action and life. 

Ritual subverts the critical mind and stirs change from a deeper place within – our causal aspect. For this reason, it is integral to all my teaching and mentoring work. In context and with guidance, it is incredibly effective in healing and generating change.

Expressing our spiritual selves through symbolic energised action is a human, archetypal thing that doesn’t belong to any one religion or system. The earliest archaeological evidence of our ancestors engaging in ritual hails from Botswana, 70,000 years ago, 30,000 years earlier than the oldest European finds. Ritual no doubt is much older; it’s just that the evidence of such has been lost in time. 

 Having researched and practiced many different forms of ritual in my life, I think you can boil them down to nine key elements:

  • Intention – a clear, simple, articulated goal with measures
  • Symbolic representation – usually through symbols, colours, actions, numbers, or sounds, for example
  • Altered states – achieved through meditation
  • Raised energy – achieved through working with the energy body
  • Decree – the purposeful sounding of the intention
  • Visualisation – ‘seeing’ the desired result in ways that engender a felt certainty or propriety
  • Linking the ritual to supportive energies such as astrological movements, the lunations and archetypes
  • Repetition
  • Detachment

Many reading this may have engaged in some form of ritual to generate change, like for example making a vision board, using affirmations, or casting a money spell, but to no avail. The reason for this is that unless there is a clear alignment within the practitioner first, which requires preparation, introspection and honesty, any form of ritual will not yield. We are the source of any emanations we send out into life and we experience those emanations reflected back to us as experiences. If there is dissonance within ourselves in regard to a desired intention, we will experience dissonant results. 

 “Until you make the unconscious, conscious, it will direct your life and you will call it fate.” – Carl Jung

This process of alignment is called Metanoia in western Magic, a process of ‘reversing the flow’ within. So rather than our actions and thoughts being governed by unconscious fears and beliefs we hold around our intention, we ‘make the unconscious conscious’ and start to intentionally work with our creative capacities. When intention, desire and actioned choice are truly in a cozy threesome, we can generate pretty much anything, which participants in my Shape Shifting community can attest to over the last eight years of manifesting their many goals through the process. 

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Many of those fears or distorted beliefs about what’s possible are formed through our childhood, families of origin, and for some of us, traumatic experiences, and they can be sticky. We build our identity and stories upon them. They are familiar and perhaps have helped keep us feeling safe, yet also contained us in a looped pattern of experiences. Yet with support and a community that can help you acknowledge your blind spots, ritual can dissolve them very efficiently and allow new experiences to rush in. 

And it doesn’t require anything too complicated either. With Metanoia achieved, any action can be converted into a powerful ritual, even ironing shirts, or taking a shower. And this, my friends, is Magic!

75 per cent of the adult population of the Western world holds some belief in Magic. And whilst there are many forms and expressions of Magic, at its very essence, it accepts that we have a connection with the Universe, and that the Universe responds.

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My signature course Shape Shifting offers perspectives that open up possibilities, tools for Metanoia and rituals to make change happen, along with a dazzling community of magic-makers who support each other through the process until goals manifest. I have also created some incredible guided meditative ritual tracks to support you. Zone Rite was recently released on the InsightTimer app. You can stream it here.

I am reopening Shape Shifting for the final time on the September Equinox, 2022. Registrations are now open. After which this beautiful process will be released into the wildlands of my mind and allowed to reseed itself into its next iteration in late 2023/2024. 

Are you ready to create change in your life, find meaning and reclaim your creative capacity? Join us and get your magic on!

If you are looking to join groups, retreats or circles with like-spirited people, do get in touch or go to for current offerings. You can also register for the Shape Shifting course or explore other courses and useful content on the website to guide you on your path to healing, self-discovery and mindful living. If you would like to explore more about a spirited life, my book, ‘Spirited – A guide to your innate spiritual design to transform your life’, is now available. See stockists here

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I beg to differ, Mr Elon Musk!

I beg to differ, Mr Elon Musk!

The Way We Work Post-Pandemic

Recently Tesla’s Founder and CEO, and the richest man in the world, Elon Musk sent an ultimatum to his staff: To return to the office or get out! In some industries, there’s sympathy with the felt need for in-person connection and face-to-face collaboration again. I can see it in the upswing in corporate bookings I am getting for off-site conferences and team building. Some employees are meeting at these events for the first time in person, having started with the company several years ago. 

I’m also slightly loose on my definition of ‘post pandemic’. I’m writing this blog Covid positive in my cottage in the Blue Mountains in Australia. Aside from a running nose, I am asymptomatic. However, it feels to me that our understanding of ‘post pandemic’ is largely pegged to covid regulations rather than the virus itself. It continues to adapt and thrive. It’s time we did the same. You can follow my Covid Diaries vlog @spiritedbydani.

 Now back to Musk! It was the language that he used when addressing the issue and his senior employees that has raised some big questions. Whilst Musk’s plan for world domination is slowly coming to fruition, there’s no doubt that he too has hardened to the task. As one of the most progressive thought-leaders the planet has, and ridiculously wealthy, there is no doubt that Elon Musk is an apex influencer. So, when he expresses himself publicly through words like the following, we should pay attention.

 “Moreover, the office must be where your actual colleagues are located, not some remote pseudo office. If you don’t show up, we will assume you have resigned.”

 ‘Remote pseudo office’…A clear downgrading of the work-from-home set-up. Yet all industries and workforces are voting for hybrid and greater work from home options. The reality is that the pandemic has shown us what’s possible and offered some significant cost reductions on office space leases. We have seen the rise of online collaborative and communication platforms and spaces and they’re working! 

I joined Crane Club (a shared workspace membership) here in Singapore back in 2019. Since then, I have used the snazzy vibey workspace for filming, photoshoots, podcast recording, events and meetings. It’s a fantastic community, aligned with my style and offering, and gorgeous spaces. Nothing pseudo nor remote about it. 

And some of the biggest players are investing much greater amounts into employee wellbeing and extra ‘true’ leave time.

 ‘Assume you have resigned’…not exactly world-class HR management there! Are we seeing a new side to Elon Musk? Slightly more draconian, and dare I say it…conservative?

 “The more senior you are, the more visible must be your presence,” Musk wrote.

 ‘Senior visibility’…this feels decidedly archaic to me. The Pandemic has also made many of us take a new look at leadership. The days of Senior Visibility are over. We are in the age of Wisdom Accessibility. As we navigated our businesses online over the last few years, the softer assets within the company became much more valuable: knowledge share, mentors, personalities, and stories. 

 And this new work world has also put a spotlight on two key things that have always been, but are now essential to post-pandemic success: the quality of your people and the quality of your culture & comms. 

 A remote team works best when it’s crystal clear what each team member brings to the table, and everyone takes personal responsibility for what they bring to the table. They’re good at what they do and don’t need to be micromanaged. Everyone is on program and working to exceed it. Everyone likes each other and communications are enabled, easy, courteous and fun.


Issuing an ultimatum shows the level of Musk’s exasperation with the impact on his labour force, but it also shows that he doesn’t trust them to get on with their jobs. Two other metric switches that the pandemic has raised in importance for post-pandemic survival, are the switches from hard work to smart work; from hours to outputs

 In recent weeks, Musk has praised Tesla’s China employees for “burning the 3 am oil” while saying that Americans are “trying to avoid going to work at all.” 

 Elon, really? Praising the 1980s & 90s hustle culture, especially from your Chinese contingent who have undergone the most devastating impact of the pandemic and endured the longest and harshest lockdowns on the planet. And are you equating ‘work for home’ to ‘avoiding going to work at all’? This attachment to the office has to be examined. It’s no longer as relevant as we thought. The ‘office’ will never be the same again.

 The thing is, that in a much, much, much, smaller way, I am also finding my way in the post-pandemic realm. My small but vibrant and growing business emerged into 2022, a vastly different offering to its 2019 pre-pandemic version. With group gatherings, retreats and talks suspended, I turned all of my attention to online content and connections. 

 It was a massive learning curve, however, I found the right people to work with. We are all enabled on collaborative platforms and we all like each other! I have gathered a small but brilliant team of five enablers around me, and we all work remotely, mainly because of locations. I had to get used to investing in these relationships, but it has created so much additional value that it has been worth it. Since 2020 I have commercialised and integrated my website, published a beautiful portfolio of guided meditation tracks and instrumentals on InsightTimer and Spotify, released four fabulous remixed lounge tracks and started my podcast The Modern Crone, which is now recording its third season. And I also published a book. Content. Content. Content. 

 Marie Nadal Sharma of Them you & Me, website and integration, is based in Melbourne and we have never met in person. 

 Luana Suciu is my visual artist, based in Sweden. We haven’t met in person in nearly three years.

 Sam Joole, an amazing musician and sound genius, is based in Sydney. Sam and I get together once or twice a year for a few days to record live and get creative, but the majority of our creations are made and published remotely. 

 Jan Young, from Expat Consulting, is now based in the UK  – bookkeeping, tax, company structure and LoC.  

 Kym Sng is my only Singapore-based team member. Kym manages the marketing and social media side. As I’m an early bird, and Kym kicks into gear after dinner, and I don’t have a fixed office address, we work remotely. We haven’t met in person since Kym came on board two months ago. 

 This little network of pros has adapted my business towards content generation and IP, and they continue to keep it adapting. And yes we’d all love to get together and meet in person, and that’s more because we like each other and feel like we’re building something together, which we are. 

 The reality is, that my little business also emerged from the pandemic having undergone some major shifts.

 My client base switched from 90% Singapore-based, 10% global, to 20% Singapore-based, 80% global. I am just as busy with my remote private sessions as I am with the in-person sessions in Singapore. The membership communities in my two signature courses Shape Shifting and Intuitive Healing are definitely global, as are the participants in my online meditation drop-ins and online psychic development circles. 

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Yet in my line of work, there is enormous power in physical presence, and face-to-face connection…to be seen and to see others and to engage in group practice and ritual. The retreats, groups and circles are important and beautiful. And nearly all of the corporate workshops and talks I am booked for are in-person offsites in Singapore. 

 I need a hybrid model and some thinking on how to keep engagement with me and with my offering, easy, enjoyable, inspiring, valuable, meaningful and magnetic…for all students, clients and collaborators, wherever they are based. 

 I have so many exciting ideas, more tracks, new courses, next book and (hopefully) more travel….it is clear that my priority has to be online community engagement. That’s where I’m upgrading next and I have a team who will get me there, remotely.

 So, Mr Elon Musk, I beg to differ. I think the same principles that work for my little outfit, are also relevant for global giants such as yourself. The days of micro-management, regimented hours, hustling and ultimatums have well and truly come to an end. And the talent market is so fluid now, also because it’s global and online, if your culture is blazing, you’ll attract the best out there. I think this is a much more positive perspective than ‘if you don’t show up I’ll assume you have resigned…’ Just saying…

If you are looking to join groups, retreats or circles with like-spirited people, do get in touch or go to for current offerings. You can also explore courses and useful content on the website to guide you on your path to healing, self-discovery and mindful living. If you would like to explore more about a spirited life, my book ‘Spirited – A guide to your innate spiritual design to transform your life’, is now available. See stockists here

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The Unsolicited Guru – Part 2

The Unsolicited Guru – Part 2

The intuitive prompts to engage

Recently, I published the first part of this blog post ‘The Unsolicited Guru – How to stay empowered when navigating the spiritual industry’. I wrote it in response to a significant increase in online approaches by so-called ‘masters’, ‘seers’ and ‘psychics’, promising a direct line to my ancestors who had a special message for me, or to unblock something that I wasn’t personally aware was blocked. In a growing industry estimated to be worth USD 4trillion, combined with challenging times and a greater search for meaning, the scene is ripe for manipulation and fraud. It’s appalling behaviour and I believe it’s one of the main reasons why many people jettison spiritual enquiry and never understand their full potential and dazzling gifts.

Yet, in the mix are some amazing, wise and incredible teachers and sages. And along my journey, I have observed that Spirit can touch our hearts through a multitude of channels, be they books, the breeze, a course, a random act of kindness, or a conversation with a child.

So how do you know when it’s the real deal? When should you prick up your ears, buy that book, enrol in that course, or pursue that friendship?

This is not exclusive, but I have listed some of the main ways it can flash into one’s awareness here.

Sometimes, a teacher, a lesson or some content arrives when you aren’t reaching for it, often when you least expect it. You may have called for it in your heart, but its arrival will catch your attention. Spirit uses the element of surprise a lot.

When you draw close to it, you feel a true sense of expectation, gentle excitement, delight, and joy in your heart. These feelings are spontaneous, and they can start as a little tinkle or a flutter and then grow the more you consider the idea, thing, or person.

You may also feel it in your body, as the heart’s truth is communicated in several different ways into every part of your body. Truth is visceral.

Sometimes, the seed content is laid in your life but its season comes later. Often, I have been given a book or item that has sat in my bedside drawer or on my altar for weeks or even months, and then, without much thought, but with a strong heart compulsion, I will pick it up one day and it will be perfect for the current themes and perspectives I am focusing on at that time. Spirit plays in and out of time.

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If there is a practitioner you are drawn to, take a look at their other students and clients and their life generally, and don’t rely solely on written testimonials. Testimonials are sometimes engineered by the unscrupulous, and sometimes, the vulnerable are forced to write them as a sign of loyalty. This sounds medieval, I know, but I have experienced attempted cajoling for testimonials. I walked.

If a spiritual teacher has a history of broken relationships, chaos, conflict, and persistent illness, I usually take this as a sign that there is inner chaos and conflict. As within, so without.

Look at the flow of the practitioner’s service and offering. When a spiritual practitioner is aligned with Spirit and in flow, their offering and reputation grow swiftly. They are respected and loved, and there seems to be a lack of chaos, obstacles, and setbacks. This is true of all of us when walking in Spirit.

There’s a joy and vitality about spirited people. Sure, they have their bad days, but they don’t see them as bad days, because their hearts are reading a bigger pattern. There is a glow, a light, and a lightness about them. You know that you can trust them and that they will honour you. They come with a feeling of safety. Very often they feel quite familiar to you, but you may not be able to explain why logically.

You have everything you need within you, within your design. You are spirit manifesting through a human nervous system and form. If you feel you need some guidance or a new perspective as you move along, look around, keep searching, and don’t rush things. Ask Spirit to send you the right teacher and content for this time. In my observation, the soul-calls that are made for spiritual truth and enablement are answered swiftly and delightfully, and they make your heart sing. When you make it a priority to build awareness of your spirited self, your intuition is undeniable and the teachings come readily.

If you are looking to join groups, retreats or circles with like-spirited people, do get in touch or go to for current offerings. You can also explore courses and useful content on the website to guide you on your path to healing, self-discovery and mindful living. If you would like to explore more about a spirited life, my book ‘Spirited – A guide to your innate spiritual design to transform your life’, is now available. See stockists here

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How can I hold the Heartache?

How can I hold the Heartache?

Guidance in the face of a world gone mad

On the March Equinox, a beautiful group of people gathered for the Shape Shifting journey. This bi-annual journey takes the group of (currently 85) spirit-seekers on a journey into conscious creation. It’s a juicy journey threaded with weekly astrological guidance, deep dive coaching, talks on magic and spirit, podcasts and course content.

Equally important to this divine process that I have been holding space for, for eight years, is the community. It is through the community of shared intent and exploration that the real magic happens. Synchronous revelations, dreams and insights abound. Shared Spirit Guides and Archetypes inform the group. And the community is where each Shape Shifter shares their process, their altars, their goals and their revelations. And it is also where we seek support, acknowledgement and witnessing. 

Last week, one of our community members posted her feelings on Heartache. It was equally a call for ideas and perspectives, and also a pure declaration of Heartache and the Search for Meaning. The entire Shape Shifting community erupted in solidarity upon reading Melissa’s post and the sharing that ensued was so beautiful and powerful that I am sharing it here with permission from all involved. 

It not only holds some wonderful spiritual insights, it’s also a great example of how powerful belonging to a spiritual community can be. To have the space, safety and shared intent for transformation, that you can put a voice to your truth in the way that Melissa has.

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The mindful eloquence of this post is just so beautiful to read. Melissa ignited the community in shared heartache and some beautiful exchanges ensued.

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Tonglen and Phowa are two powerful energy practices that utilise the breath, awareness and visualisation to transmute the heaviness of heartache into a powerful source of light.

‘Tonglen’ means ‘transmutation of energy, and it is an altruistic meditation — that is, a meditation done for the collective, to transmute fear, anger, disillusionment, or any obscuration to our spirited selves. 

I explain it further in Chapter 19 of my upcoming book, Spirited:

“We are all interconnected. We are all refractions of one dazzling living mind. When we experience illness, heartbreak, loss, and pain, it is a personal refraction of a larger collective field, and it is rippling through our experience so that we may rise to heal all. This perspective is a big shift for many, especially those living with pain or sick loved ones, yet the change in vibrational state and the reinstatement of purpose and freedom from shame and guilt can generate a wholesale shift internally, which then by extension influences outcomes within our lives. You can find a link to my version of Tonglen in the appendices. Employing an attitude of service rather than taking an experience personally by viewing it as a common experience in the collective that happens to be rippling through you as you have the awareness to heal the whole, is a spirited move. This altruistic perceptive removes the personal nature of the reaction and opens the heart to higher vibrations that very effectively transmute older operating beliefs and fears.”

Phowa is otherwise known as Transferal of Consciousness. It is practiced for others usually at the point of death, to help them transmute their fear or past karma and move swiftly into light. It’s a beautiful practice to apply to both our personal and collective heartache.

And then this gorgeous perspective on Empathy and Compassion from Clinical Psychologist, Yogini and Spirit-seeker, Dea:

“Compassion involves movement and action”…what a divine gentle tilt here. And it is a movement of awareness to a spiritual lens, and actions that are inspired by spiritual perspectives.

In these times of turbulence and enormity, I always find my way to the wilderness for envelopment and earthing, and I give.

Our spirited community responded with open hearts. Too many beautiful responses for this blog, but an incredible outpouring of empathy and acknowledgement of the enquiry: How to honour heartache, but not be consumed by it?

And a final pondering, that the heartache itself is playing an important role and must be felt. 

In so many ways, heartache serves us. It keeps us connected to the human experience. It keeps us from the slippery slope of apathy amidst the constant barrage of world news. It evidences an energetic entanglement with people who are suffering in the world right this very minute, and we are able and designed to send powerful prayers and intentions along those threads of that entanglement. It’s a two-way flow!

And if the glare of world events is too bright, and like Mel and me, you need to retreat into home and hearth and hold your loves close…then absolutely honour that too.

That folding in to what is precious – home, hearth, children, touch, rest, creative expression, opportunities to love and be kind, is a draw to connect more deeply with what we choose for this world. The more we flood our immediate lives and relationships with light, joy, forgiveness and non-judgement, the more the webs of light find each other and grow. The response is, and always has been, what is your personal actioned choice in all of this? 

And if you, like many of us, refuse to become desensitised to the humanness of it all, if you are defiant against the constant stream of Covid case numbers, refugees numbers, numbers of bombs dropped, the statistics of a world in turmoil, and you seek to remain connected to the people within those numbers…then honour the heartache. Your heartache is a piercing reminder that you remain connected, beneath the bombs, beneath the pandemic, beneath your own pain, you are essential to it all. 

I hope this little insight into the beautiful nurturing exchanges within a spiritual community has soothed your own heartache and given you some ideas to step forward peacefully.


If you are looking to join groups, retreats or circles with like-spirited people, do get in touch or go to for current offerings. You can also explore courses and useful content on the website to guide you on your path to healing, self-discovery and mindful living. 

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Be the Change

Be the Change

Mahatma Gandhi inspired generations with his indelible words:

“We but mirror the world. All the tendencies present in the outer world are to be found in the world of our body.”

This powerful idea was paraphrased many years later, and continues to be attributed to the great teacher and pacifist.

“Be the change you wish to see in the world.”

Expressed over 100 years ago, it holds such a voltage, perhaps more so today as the pandemic, environmental imbalance and war shine an unavoidable floodlight on systems that no longer work – systems that are based on greed, power, selfishness and environmental disdain.

The timeless wisdom in these words is multi-layered, and at its very core is the metaphysical truth that Conscious Creation (aka ‘Manifestation’) is based upon. 

At one level, ‘Be the Change’ is a call to individual authenticity and action. It’s a challenge to ‘put our money where our mouths are’ so to speak. For example, if the change you seek is greater community, then fill your day with connection and acts of kindness. If it is inclusion and diversity you seek, then dedicate yourself to practicing non-judgement and educating yourself. If it’s kindness to all creatures that you seek, then stop eating them. If it’s a healthier planet you seek, then eliminate all plastics and phosphates from your life and home. 

And then wider still, through a collective lens, ‘Be the Change’ talks to the incredible phenomenon of harmonic resonance and the power of leadership. People are more inclined to be kind when they witness acts of kindness. Our mimic neurons fire up when we are inspired by group behaviour, and we are more likely to adopt that behaviour because we’re tribal and communal by nature. ‘Be the Change’ reminds us that the only way to effect large-scale change for the better, is for a critical mass of individuals to Be that Change, and the way we are wired generally means the collective also adopts the change. 

Yet, beneath all of these gorgeous layers is a profound metaphysical truth too. In ‘being’, we vibrationally resonate and emanate the signature frequency of the thing we seek – through our words, feeling, thoughts, and especially our actions. 

The more aligned we are to the truth and power of what we seek, the more powerful is the generative pattern that we vibrate.

This alignment in Western Magic is called a ‘United Will’ and to achieve it requires honesty, awareness and tools. We are so often out of alignment, and therefore, creating experiences that don’t reflect the change we seek, due to unconscious beliefs, fears or complexes. It’s for this reason that pretty vision boards or affirmation statements might help with setting initial intention, but unless the deeper alignment is found, they rarely yield much measurable change. 

Being the Change we seek from a magical perspective requires intentional exploration, new perspectives and is made so much more efficient when done collectively in an aligned community…and this is exactly what my signature process of Shape Shifting offers.

‘Shape-Shifting’ is a Shamanic term that explains the process of energizing a new reality from ‘the field of possibility’ into our experienced reality, through creating inner change. The ability to consciously create our experienced reality is innate within our design. It requires expanded perceptions of self and life and consciously working with the vibrational fields of intent, desire and volition.

It is an engagement through our intuitive faculties to receive guidance and dialogue with Spirit. Through shifting our inner perspectives, practices and vibration, we change the shape of our experienced reality. Shape Shifting reconnects you with your innate creative abilities and supports your journey into conscious creation.

Through shifting our inner perspectives, practices and vibration, we can change the shape of our experienced reality. In fact, we are creating our reality every second. However, for the most part, we are doing so unconsciously, and therefore experiencing less than desirable or ‘mixed’ events and relationships. The process of Shape Shifting makes the unconscious, conscious, and puts us back in the driver’s seat of ourselves and our lives. 

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We have another saying in Magical Practice:

“The Anima Mundi loves a Rhyme”

This means that our phenomenal universe organises itself and presents as experienced reality, according to the resonance and level of alignment that we vibrate at. Our lives ‘rhyme’ with our inner state. With a United Will in context of the goal or change we are seeking, we consciously create. 

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In the window of the 2022 March Equinox, we will together enter the Shape Shifting Journey again. Will you join us?

Registrations close on Friday, March 11th (midnight, Singapore time). Click the link to find out program details, journey planner for your diary and to register. And read a sample of amazing testimonials from last year’s Shape Shifts.

Welcome to a seasoned and proven process of Conscious Creation. Now, more than ever, it’s time. Let’s Be The Change We Seek!

If you have any questions or thoughts about Conscious Creation and the process of Shape Shifting, do get in touch. You can also visit my website to explore courses and useful content to guide you on your path to healing, self-discovery and mindful living. 

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