Wild Woman Dream Circle

Wild times call for Wild Women!

Who is your wild woman?
What does she stand for?
What is she passionate about?
What will she not tolerate?
What scares you about her?
What is your biggest resistance to being her in your everyday life?
What might you gain if you allowed more of her into your life?
How might the world benefit from you stepping into more of your divine wildness?

Do you relate?

Yes, she’s powerful, yes she’s bold, yes she’s unapologetic, yes she’s sexy, yes she is creative, yes she is original, yes she is passionate, yes she lives while she’s got the chance, and yes she can be messy. But, when she’s loved and embraced by you, invited into your dream time, you just might find:

  • Your mojocomes back
    • Aches and pains subside
    • You need less coffee, wine, sugar, tv, shopping…(fill in the blanks)
    • You become less obsessedwith other people’s lives because you are so fully living your own, you don’t have time!

DREAMS???

What if it was your inner Wild Woman who was behind so many of your dreams…especially the ones where someone is chasing you. It just might be that she’s coming for you, she’s on the hunt…to return you to your power. Like an accidentally discarded lucky lottery ticket that’s trying to slip back into your pocket, she’s screaming:

You need me! How do you expect to live a life of meaning without me? It’s not too late! We can take it slow…or fast…or at your pace…just let me in…at least a little and let me reintroduce you to your magic…I promise, you’ll thank me later. Your welcome.

 

 

Join us if you dare:
• 7 Wild Women Dream Circles (aka Wild Women Wednesdays)
• October 14-Nov. 25th
• 3-5pm PST (6-8pm EST)
• Normal cost: $495, or $175 when you sign up by Oct. 7th

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p.s. Since many of us have been hit hard financially due to COVID-19, if you really feel the call to be a part of this, but purse strings are tight, click here to make arrangements with Kelly.

*You’ll receive your Zoom link once you register*

In Each Class You Will Explore Aspects of Your Wild Women Via…

  • Visioning meditation
    • Journalingprompts
    • Dreamexploring and reflecting
    • Chakra activations (and their corresponding crystals)
    • Group wisdom

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Wild Women…

Wild Women know wildness is not a one-size-fits-all proposition…it can shapeshift based on her needs in the moment.

Wild Women are as varied and diverse as are women and their body types…as varied as their souls and no two look or sound alike.

She is the one rumbling in your heart, beckoning you to be bolder, less afraid—not foolish—but adventurous…more true to you. She is the one that whispers and sometimes YELLS: “WHAT DO YOU WANT TO DO WITH THIS PRECIOUS LIFE OF YOURS, LADY?

This Wild Woman Dream Circle is the brainchild of Wild Woman Walden, (Kelly and Sullivan Walden A.K.A. Doctor Dream). She felt the nudge to create an online Dream Circle while simultaneously wanting to HOWL at the moon and scream at the rafters to break through all the social and political unrest. THE WORLD NEEDS WILD WOMEN! Is what she heard, and this workshop is the response to that call. If you want to find out about her books, oracle decks, or new app, click here.

Hope To See You There!

Wild Woman Dream Circle flier

Staying in the Moment

Editor’s Note: We’re so pleased to share this content from our friend, Judy Rae Brooks of Healing Quest TV. Let us tell you a little more about Judy Rae: for decades, she’s been into wellness, integrative health, and spirituality. She’s been one of the “go-to” sources and advisors for so many people, whether through her TV/radio presence, as a writer — you name it. Judy has been waaay ahead of the curve on so many topics that we can’t even begin to count. We think of her as a kind of “pioneer woman,” having earned her wisdom in a hands-on way. And we’re thrilled she’s chosen to share her “Wild Woman Wisdom” with us! She packs a lot into these short podcasts, so enjoy.

The Power of Flexibility

We’re so pleased to share this content from our friend, Judy Rae Brooks of Healing Quest TV. Let us tell you a little more about Judy Rae: for decades, she’s been into wellness, integrative health, and spirituality. She’s been one of the “go-to” sources and advisors for so many people, whether through her TV/radio presence, as a writer — you name it. Judy has been waaay ahead of the curve on so many topics that we can’t even begin to count. We think of her as a kind of “pioneer woman,” having earned her wisdom in a hands-on way. And we’re thrilled she’s chosen to share her “Wild Woman Wisdom” with us! She packs a lot into these short podcasts, so enjoy.   –NowWithPurpose.com

The Power of Resilience

Editor’s Note: We’re so pleased to share this content from our friend, Judy Rae Brooks of Healing Quest TV. Let us tell you a little more about Judy Rae: for decades, she’s been into wellness, integrative health, and spirituality. She’s been one of the “go-to” sources and advisors for so many people, whether through her TV/radio presence, as a writer — you name it. Judy has been waaay ahead of the curve on so many topics that we can’t even begin to count. We think of her as a kind of “pioneer woman,” having earned her wisdom in a hands-on way. And we’re thrilled she’s chosen to share her “Wild Woman Wisdom” with us! She packs a lot into these short podcasts, so enjoy.

The Power of Now

In honor of Global Forgiveness Day, I want to talk about what I’ve learned about forgiveness in the past 20 years on my Healing Quest.

Forgiveness has been a practice recommended in spiritual and biblical teachings throughout time as one of the most powerful healing tools available to all of us.

What I’ve learned is that it’s easier said than done!

It’s important to note that forgiveness does not mean you accept or approve of what happened, only that you’re choosing to let go of the anger and bad feelings that arose from it.

Twenty years ago when we started shooting segments for our television show Healing Quest on PBS stations. We were hearing from doctors around the world and here in the US about the importance forgiveness played in the Mind-Body connection.

Many of them felt it was an essential piece of their patients’ healing. Where they found unforgiveness of themselves or others in their patients they found a direct connection to disease states in their bodies.

They were finding that when patients addressed the places in themselves where they had been unable to forgive and found ways to release that unforgiveness, they were often somehow able to release the pain the dis-ease or the discomfort from their bodies, in fact, some of their health issues would just gradually go away.

In the first season of Healing Quest TV and all subsequent seasons, the idea of forgiveness presented itself from many different points of view not just from doctors and healers.

The one that stands out for me among all of them was a story we did in the early days of the International Forgiveness Alliance. I was invited to a home in Walnut Creek, CA where they were having a meeting. Marianne Williamson was their guest speaker and was part of the alliance from the beginning.

My friend who had invited me said “bring your crew and come and do an interview with Marianne.” So, of course, I jumped at the opportunity.  Now to be clear Healing Quest was not even on the air yet but we were just beginning to shoot stories.

So off I went to interview Marianne, but to my surprise when I got there she had not been informed of my interview. And to be fair we weren’t even on the air yet so she had never heard of us and again to my surprise, she was not available to do the interview that day.

Several people were attending because of their own forgiveness stories and issues. So like any good producer, I was there and I wanted to make it worth my while. I felt like I needed to get something that day, so I pivoted. I ask my friend Jan who had invited me to see if anyone had an interesting story and if they would be willing to be interviewed.

I interviewed Robert Plath the founder of the alliance and then Jan introduced me to a woman named Aba Gayle, who she said had a powerful story.

Aba Gayle sat down in front of me and began to tell me her story. I was transfixed, this was a woman who through her work with the Course in Miracles found it in herself to forgive the man who was on death row in San Quentin for the murder of her daughter. I was deeply touched but at the same time, I thought to myself I could never do that if someone murdered one of my children or anyone I loved, no way. And I certainly don’t ever want to know if I could or not.

Had Marianne been available, I probably would not have heard Aba Gayle’s story, but I believe things happen for a reason even if we don’t understand that reason at the time.

That for me was the beginning of a new understanding of what forgiveness really means. It doesn’t mean you condone the behavior or that you forget what happened or that you trust that person not to hurt you again.

You don’t have to have them in your life, it’s about forgiving them so you can move on. To set yourself free to lighten your heart, so you don’t have to carry around all that anger and vengefulness that only hurts you not the other person.

Now I know that was an extreme case and I hope none of you ever deal with that kind of forgiveness.

As it turned out I did have to deal with that when my brother was murdered a few years later. I was very grateful for what I had learned about forgiveness. Unfortunately, I was going to be tested.

And I was able to stand up at the end of the trial when the two men were convicted. That’s when they let the family have an opportunity to speak to them.  I told them I forgave them and that I was doing it for myself because I didn’t want to carry that anger around. I can honestly say it helped me heal. I didn’t forget and I never will but, because of what I had learned I’m not carrying it around.

My father took a different approach, probably the more common one: He told them he hoped they would rot in hell.

I still have a bumper sticker that I found when we moved a few years ago that Aba Gayle gave me it says “ FORGIVENESS Giving Up All Hope For a Better Past.”

We can’t change the past, but I have learned we can change how we want to live right now and when you forgive you can change the future.

And by the way, I did interview author and spiritual teacher Marianne Williamson a few years later at a Forgiveness Alliance meeting in Marin County after Healing Quest was on the air on PBS stations. Timing is everything.

This is one of my favorite quotes from when we spoke: “Forgiveness because it affects the mind on such a deep level, it affects the heart, it affects the emotions, it affects the psyche so of course as forgiveness frees your heart, absolutely it frees the body.”

I’m not saying it’s easy — it’s not! I’m saying give it a try, it’s worth the effort.

Under ordinary circumstances, I find the hardest person to forgive is myself. When we think of forgiveness most of the time we think of forgiving others. Personally I have found that forgiving myself is one of the hardest things to do, especially if you’re the kind of person that beats yourself up, which I’ve noticed is not that uncommon.

Now I’ve never really done anything that I would consider unforgivable. But it’s the little things or the choices we make that maybe don’t have the outcome we were hoping to have that we sometimes have a hard time forgiving. Or the hurt that we might have caused others even unintentionally because it’s not what they wanted.

So on those days when I start to beat myself up over something I practice another thing I learned about forgiveness. I recite either in my head or out loud Ho’oponoopono, a Hawaiian Chant or Prayer that is a forgiveness prayer to forgive yourself not others. It’s for you from you. It goes like this:

I’m Sorry

Please Forgive Me

Thank You

I love You

You can say these four phrases in any order. I’ve found it helps shift my thoughts and mood. You may want to give it a try!

-Judy Rae Brooks