Sharan’s a true advocate for women’s health and wellbeing.
Sharan has been on a journey of deep self-discovery, struggling with illnesses as a young child, to chronic job stress and health problems that just cascaded. Sharan pushed through it all, figuring she would be fine, but it wasn’t..
On her journey, she’s learnt about hormones, menopause and coming back to what’s true for her.
Sharan now supports other women as a health coach, helping them to find what’s true for them and living it unapologetically.
This topic brings me so much joy! Ridiculous Dreaming is exactly that, freeing your mind from limiting beliefs and stories and letting ideas fly with no limit. It’s exciting and fun and empowering.
Whilst it can take a little bit to get the momentum going, it’s just brainstorming and allowing in what’s true for you. Do it with friends or with your partner but the key is to have fun and allow yourself to be surprised!
In Mica’s early 20’s, she was in college, working and training as an elite snowboarding athlete. However, Mica felt exhausted but kept going and broke both her ankles.
At the age of 22 years she was facing ankle reconstructions, but Mica found her own path to healing and ultimately discovered that the healing came from taking responsibility for what happened and creating balance.
Today, Mica teaches yoga and coaches others to take responsibility for their lives and create change.
Throughout my journey, certain things have become clear to me as I have grown from circumstances, applied the lessons and created abundance.
I am sharing 15 things that I know to be true so that you can take from it what resonates with you, leave what doesn’t and create your own list of things that you know to be true and continue to become more you.
Welcome back for the next instalment in the Our Soul Life journalling series.
If you’ve been following along, the last two parts have set the foundations for this journey and in this next step we dive deep and focus in on one of the 12 areas that is really important to us – creating a flow on effect to the other 11 areas.
This is where break down our focus area with 5 key journalling points, slowly and gently to develop a clear understanding about what’s next.
Ashley Braun-Brafman shares with us her journey from an adolescent with no judgement about food and health, to a college freshman with a fear of weight gain, to a qualified Dietician still wracked with guilt over selling an idea she didn’t completely trust herself.
Today, she’s a woman who’s grown through each of these stages, trusting herself to create a beautiful relationship with health and food, and now helping others find self-love and self-trust on their journey nutrition journey.