If you’ve been a part of this community over the past couple of years, you’ve been witness to all that has happened in my life.
As a result of this all, it feels important for me to now let you know that big changes are here.
I don’t know exactly what these changes will look or feel like, but I do know that something new is starting to move through me very strongly.
While reading Glennon Doyle Melton’s riveting memoir, Love Warrior, last summer (about her experiences after learning her husband had been cheating on her for their entire marriage), I was struck by her definition of crisis.
She said that the word crisis means to sift. She wrote: “Let it all fall away and you’ll be left with what matters. What matters most cannot be taken away.”
That’s exactly what I’m discovering now. Having made peace with my past, my present and future are a blank slate. To it, I’m bringing only what remains and can never be taken away: my indestructible essence.
From here on out, I feel called to strip down to an even more authentic, powerful version of myself. I will express this with you through my writing and all that I teach– online, and more fully at my in-person retreats.
With these changes, I may be different than you expect or want me to be. I may contradict things I’ve said or done (or advised you to do) in the past; but I’ll explain my reasons and lead you through this evolution in your own body, heart, and mind.
And of course, if what I’m offering no longer feels like a good fit for you, either now or in the future, you are welcome to bow out of our circle — we all experience the seasons of our lives in different ways, at different times, and with different amounts of intensity.
If my new path and voice doesn’t resonate with you, I do request you not ask me to not be me, or to go back to the way I once was. And I will honor your choice, whatever that may be.
I am deeply grateful to be sisters on this path together, in the past, today, and as we move forward together into our collective future. Thank you for being part of my journey; and I’m here, always, to be of service to yours.