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the shift

When we are stuck, it feels like that is all there is. 

But there are other ways. It is a way of embracing all, and then choosing our focus. There is no need to dig deep into the source pain. 

It's a whole lot easier to create new pathways that lead us back to our true state; one of joy, softness & inspiration.

In this mini immersion, you are guided into 5 different ways to shift 5 different emotions. All shifts consist of a +/- 10 practice & journal prompts.

I have designated the practices to shift specific feelings, but they work on many levels. Most importantly, they all bring us back home & into ourselves. 

If you sign up you are guided to the Facebook group in which these shifts will take place. You will also receive this link in your inbox. 

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Day 1

Fear into Serenity

Day 2

Insecurity into Selflove

All the uncertainty and stress can bring us into states of fear. today we shift back into our natural state of trust & serenity.

A struggle that can limit us in every area of our life: insecurity. Today we shift our perspective from insecurity into deep and wholly selflove.

Contens for the Shift 5-day immersion:


Day 3

Frustration into Creativity

Feeling annoyed, stuck or frustrated can completely block our natural flow of inspiration and wonder. Today we shift this the blockage into power.

Day 4

Tension into Pleasure

A tight chest or a knot in your stomach are all physical signs of tension and stress. As female beings we are able to transmute this energy and shift it into our superpower: pleasure.

Day 5

Doubt into Faith

With all the distractions and negative news, we tend to loose touch with our sense of faith and trust. 


Are you ready to shift?

Click the button below to go straight to the FB group where the shifts will take place. You will also receive an email with the link inside. 

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Picture credits: Flower pictures: Annie Sprat / Portraits Jess: Cam van Tonder