The Blogroll for the Women Gathering in small groups, talking... blog site continues to grow!
Susan Bremner, a regular Contributor to Women Gathering has just launched her new blog enticingly entitled Consciously Creating My Life . A Certified CODE Model Coach™ and National StarSkate Coach, Susan brings a wealth of experience and information relative to her own journey of personal growth and discovery; as well as insights as an athlete and professional coach from her intense and high stress environment of competitive figure skating.
Be sure to visit Susan’s blog and set up your RSS feed to ensure you don’t miss a thing!
Decloaking… and living authentically changes lives! It has changed the lives of those women who moved through it and it has changed my life every single time that I’ve shared this experience with others.
The Decloaking experience has evolved over the years into its current 5 day intensive format. There are no prerequisites or pre-study material to review. Each day is an invitation for women to explore the WEL-Systems context for living, their lives and who they are capable of becoming in a safe, life-enriching environment. The experience is designed for immediate results with each day filled with laughter, sometimes tears and always, processes that work. What we have been taught and are being told daily is often incomplete, not recognizing the changes being discovered within the quantum sciences. It is becoming widely recognized that we are Quantum Biological Humans – beings of energy far more capable than we have ever imagined or considered! This 5 day experience enables a level of engagement only possible in a WEL-Systems context.
Decloaking is now being facilitated by Sheila Winter Wallace and Amy McNaughton. Both certified CODE Model Coaches™ with significant life and professional experience, I trust completely that future programs will continue to offer the huge invitation for personal discovery and accelerated growth that have become synonymous with a WEL-Systems® experience. Their humor, compassion and commitment to their own ongoing evolution is what makes them stand out as living expressions of the very things they share with others. ’Being’ a living expression of the change we seek is essential to our own ability to awaken it in others.
Both Sheila and Amy will be creating and facilitating Decloaking in their communities. Initially, Sheila will be offering this experience in Ottawa, ON and San Jose, CA while Amy will be starting in Halifax, NS.
Contact Amy or Sheila directly for more information; or get to know them, in person, as they join me for the new one-day offering of Emerging Futures: A Day of Discovery in Ottawa, October 5th and in Halifax, October 26th.
Sheila and Amy are also regular contributors to the Women Gathering blog, along with me and Susan Bremner. Check out their blog entries to get a sense of how they move through their world; and how they’ll move through yours, with you, as you seek to make the changes you’ve long been waiting for!
Be sure to set up RSS feeds for Women Gathering so that you don’t miss a beat! Exploring the power and potential of women gathering in small groups, talking… about the things that really matter, contributors share their own personal discoveries as well as that of the women with whom they engage.
In addition to Louise, you can now enjoy the eclectic musing of Sheila Winter Wallace, Amy McNaughton and Susan Bremner – certified CODE Model Coaches all – with a wide range of backgrounds, expertise and intentions. As much as their approaches and experiences may vary, their commitment to their own evolution leads the way for them to passionately engage with others for theirs!
We encourage and welcome your participation in sharing your discoveries with us all. Give yourself permission to click the Comment button and dive right in! You’ll be glad you did – and so will we.
Don’t miss a thing!
Be sure to check out Louise’s latest blog entries in both of her blogs:
Emerging Futures: Living is a Choice – June 24th; and
Women Gathering: Intensity… and fear – June 29th
Take a moment to share these blogs with the women you care about. Also, share your thoughts on these entries via the Comments section for both blogs.
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