In this episode, I am explaining in details what claiming the “golden shadow” in the visibility capacity work means and what that is. I also share my own personal example how disowning & repressing very important part of myself and my huge heart desire affected my life and how it enriched it in the most unexpected ways the moment I allowed and claimed it.

Golden Shadow is:
Your light, talents, your true power, your soul bigness, your potential, your deep heart desires that you had to bury in order to stay safe and to belong in this world. It’s the brightness that people around you didn’t know how to nurture growing up. It’s the most brilliant, golden parts of you that at certain point were threatening to your survival and you had to abandon & push it into the subconscious in order to  belong in the society, in order to receive for connection (which is one of the most important needs for humans).

We will go deep in your golden shadow reclamation in Luminosity Immersion (6 weeks visibility capacity program). Join HERE if you would like to say yes reclaiming your light, your whole potential and be powerfully supported in it.

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I support your capacity to build the business you want with ease, joy and flow.

Inner work is probably one of the most challenging works you will ever do in your life but it’s the most rewarding one. My professional life journey contains certified psychology degrees and about 18 years’ professional experience in talent development, building businesses, and various Human Resources positions. In all of these capacities, my favorite work has always been having powerful conversations that help people go deeper, connect with their truth, challenge their perspectives and unleash their innate potential.

Because if you are not being who you are, who are you being?

I share insights and discoveries from my own journeys but as well from people I support and help to grow. I hope you enjoy this “Caffeine for Soul” blog and it gives you some food for thought.

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