Circing the Globe with Woman-Spirit
Personal Development Coaching
I first read the ‘Imagine a Woman’ poem while preparing my speech for a women’s day event. I felt a sense of inner power
as I read each stanza. In summary,
the poem said, “Bongi, you matter!”
My business ‘Self Insights’ empowers women by transforming their potential
into performance as they bring the best
in themselves to their personal and professional pursuits.
To learn more about Nokubonga, visit: www.SelfInsights.com.za
Wise Women’s Journeys
I was introduced to “Imagine a Woman” while reading A God Who Looks Like Me.
I’ve shared the poem with my female psychotherapy clients. I also read it to my daughter on her 16th birthday and will read it to her daughters when they turn 16.
'Wise Women’s Journeys' supports and empowers women to uncover, discover, and recover the wisdom that resides
within each of us.
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Portugal and Angola
I first read the “Imagine a Woman”
poem in 2013 when looking for self-empowerment inspiration to develop a workshop for professional woman. Every time I read the poem, I feel connected
with my deeper self and with a sense of freedom and fulfillment in myself.
I use the IAW poem to support and inspire women to reconnect with their authentic selves and to achieve their full potential.
To learn more about Yara, visit www.mulhermusa.com
The "Imagine a Woman" poem speaks
to my heart and soul. I am a psychotherapist, life coach, and
workshop leader, who trusts the strength of the human psyche. I enjoy working
with women who desire powerful change.
I support my clients to courageously find, follow, and trust their inner wisdom and to integrate the power of
transition into their lives."
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Vernon, British Columbia
The “Imagine a Woman” poem , has taken a place in my heart and I memorized it.
It now lives in my very bones as I recite it regularly. The poem has moved me to a new relationship with myself.
I invite women of all ages to discover
new ways of honoring and loving themselves through the exploration
of new ways of being in the world.
To learn more about Lenore, visit: www.facebook.com/lenore.mulvaney
Grace Inside Out
I was fascinated by the clarity
and profound truth that bubbled up
inside of me as I read Patricia's book Imagine a Woman in Love with Herself .
My business redefines grace as sacred self-care and offers self-nurturing practices, mindfulness tools, and intuitive art exercises to inspire each woman’s
journey home to the ‘feminine.'
To learn more about Ginger, visit: www.facebook.com/ginger.gauldin
“The 'Imagine a Woman' poem empowers me to know that I am the possibility
of women expressing themselves powerfully in the world.
Wherever I am, I am ‘being with women' one on one, as that is my preferred form
of communication. I have 'selective hearing,' which makes circles and
groups challenging for me.
To learn more about Aurora, visit: www.facebook.com/aurora.lightyes
Shakti Spirit Studio
As a feminist who practices Goddess-based spirituality, the "Imagine a Woman" poem hit a profound chord within me when I
first read it. It is now taped in my meditation room and read regularly.
My business, Shakti Spirit Studios, incorporating stanzas of the poem into women’s yoga classes, Sacred Circle retreats, Red Tent events, and Skype Support calls to women around the world.
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Bloom into You
The 'Imagine a Woman' poem reminds me to find wisdom within circles of women. We are all in a process of unfoldment--
on a journey of becoming more
and more ourselves.
I assist, support, and guide women on
their journey into who they truly are.
I also inspire and teach female coaches to create soul-centered businesses through private coaching and group programs,
To learn more about Kadidja , visit: www.BloomIntoYou.com
Author and Interfaith Advocate Norway
I read the poem as my daily meditation
and grew strong enough to leave a dysfunctional marriage. I found my way home to my breath through the Coach Training training. As I listened to the “Home is Always Waiting Meditation” every night, I noticed an immediate difference in my sense of personal power and energy level. I believe breathing is at the root of some of the major changes I would like to make in my life.
To learn more about Trista, visit: www.TheGirlGod.com/
Celebrate Your Existence
While searching for inspiration to use
with staff and clients at a non-profit, I found the “Imagine a Woman” poem. My initial reaction was — how wonderful would it be to be that woman. The poem has become a friend to me, often emerging unexpectedly in times of self-doubt or when a friend needs encouragement. Patricia's Facilitator Training is by far the most woman- and self-affirming program
I have ever experienced.
To learn more about Michelle, visit: www.CelebrateYourExistence.com
Sage Soul Sisters
I was blown away when introduced to the ‘Imagine a Woman’ poem. It continues
to inspire me to stay open, curious,
and questioning about what is and what might be. I started creating and facilitating women’s retreats in 2007. My work affirms, educates, and inspires women
of all ages to love themselves fiercely though sacred circles, creative workshops,
and weekend retreats. And through creating powerful ritual together.
To learn more about Julia , visit: www.SageSoulSisters.com
I own a wellness shop in Hilo, Hawaii. I have trained in Aromatherapy, Flower Essences, Reiki, Color and Sound Therapy, and use those modalities to empower women to draw on their inner wisdom
and health. For many years, I’ve carried
the IAW's line of woman-affirming resources and shared the poem with my customers. Since becoming certified, I’ve added IAW programs and consultations to my own holistic offerings.
To learn more about Patricia, visit: www.synergy-holistics.myshopify.com
Freedom's Bridge Coaching
Since age 19, I’ve wanted to become a life coach. I finally found Patricia’s Certification Program, which fit my desire to focus on women’s empowerment and is in perfect alignment with my business vision. I love the 'Imagine a Woman' poem—it embodies all that I am and want to become.
I now combine my love of massage,
my stress management skills, and IAW's specialized services and programs
to empower women.
To learn more about Shay, visit: www.facebook.com/herdivineglow1?
Wild Girls Empowerment Camp Georgia, USA
I work at a domestic violence shelter and the poem has been helpful in inspiring
residents to choose a better way of living. The most meaningful part of the IAW Training for me was writing a vow of faithfulness to myself. I still refer to it.
I offer "Wild Girls Empowerment Camps" for young girls. I greatly enjoy the presence of the younger generation. Instead of "undoing" the damage of the society, prevention is a great policy!
To learn more about Natasha, visit: www.facebook.com/natasha.kreisle