Spiritual mentorship + self-worth field guide

AWAKEN HER SOUL
For the woman who wants to reprogram her brain, claim her worth, and reach her highest potential.

LETTING YOUR STORY UNRAVEL

LESSON ONE

Unraveling the labels, identities, and stories that shape your life is the first step towards freedom. By becoming aware of the knots in the system, you can detangle them, iron them out, and reshape your identity from the ground up. Let yourself unravel. Make a huge mess. Take up alllll the space. You’re worthy of this process. “Embracing our vulnerabilities is risky but not nearly as dangerous as giving up on love and belonging and joy—the experiences that make us the most vulnerable. Only when we are brave enough to explore the darkness will we discover the infinite power of our light.” – Brené Brown    
 
 
 

EXTRA RESOURCES:

  • Refrain from duplicating the Allowing Exercise or using it to hold space for others in person or in your practice unless you have years practice and training in holding space for the emotions and energetics of what might arise (including trauma). Please use it only for self-discovery– your own personal self-inquiry, healing and growth.

TO HELP IDENTIFY EMOTIONS,
USE THIS BONUS DOWNLOAD AS A REFERENCE GUIDE. 

INTERVIEW WITH HILLARY MCBRIDE:

Use this interview with Hillary to remember when you fumble at creating your own reality, you can come back to your goodness, your True Essence.

Hillary L. McBride, MA, RCC, is a PhD candidate in counseling psychology at the University of British Columbia in Vancouver, British Columbia. She recently won the International Young Investigator Award for her research in Human Sexuality and is the author of Mothers, Daughters, and Body Image: Learning to Love Ourselves as We Are. In addition to recovering from an eating disorder, she is a researcher working to help us understand why so many of us as women are dissatisfied, or hate, our bodies-  and what we can do to change that.  She has a private practice in Vancouver BC working with adult individuals and couples. You can learn more about her work at www.hillarylmcbride.com, on Instagram @hillaryliannamcbride and twitter @hillarylmcbride