People often ask about the best decision, but we think it’s also very enlightening to learn about people’s most difficult decisions and the frameworks they used to think through those decisions.

Sheba CreativeAF | Spiritual Rage Awakening Agent

The most difficult decision I think I’ve ever had to make was walking away from what didn’t serve me. Primarily because what wasn’t serving me provided so much comfort and familiarity. It’s never easy to walk away from what you’ve always known or what you’ve always done, but I was willing to make that sacrifice to be successful. Read more>>

Dr. L Brock-White aka ChosenEyes | Doctor. Educator. Conduit.

Choosing to publicly assert myself as a doctor and psychic-medium was certainly no easy decision to make! I struggled with how my colleagues in Eastern and Western medicine perceived the “non-clinical” aspects of my abilities, but also the push-back from spiritual practitioners who misunderstood my pursuit of a medical degree as a need to confirm rather than to enhance my work. My goal has always been to serve as a bridge between that is perceived as magick and medicine. The two are not mutually exclusive, and by holding space for their unification healing in it’s highest form can be experienced. Read more>>

Nancy Lynch | Intimacy Director

There are so many entrepreneurs out there saying “Go for it! Just put your feet to the ground and start that business. Don’t think too hard about how it will turn out, just do it!” And honestly, that works for so many… however, I took my time. I didn’t drag my feet, I researched, I made purchases for my business, took care of legalities, networked, and participated in courses that would elevate this business… but I definitely took my time. It’s like the kid on the edge of a pool whose loved ones are affirming and assuring that they will be just fine if they jump right in. Read more>>