If you haven’t used winter for these purposes, if you’ve instead sort of “skipped over” winter and pretended it was actually spring or summer, if you kept pushing, efforting, working, and worrying, you’re likely feeling pretty exhausted right now. And what’s worse, you’re probably feeling even more worried and scared about all those areas of “unknowing” in your life.
Because winter is a time to sink deep into areas of unknowing and face your fear. The water element teaches us that to truly nourish ourselves, we must go deep. Did you run from your fears this winter, or did you face them and feel them and find your courage therein?
Don’t worry - there’s still time! Three weeks of time, in fact, 21 days. The exact number of days it takes to make a new habit. Rather than wasting the last bit of your precious reserves trying to jump forward into spring prematurely, here is my official invitation to be in winter, the last, little bit of it, fully.
For the first time since I began this Professional Wild Woman business almost four years ago, I have finally turned the content I’ve been teaching to my private clients and high end groups for up to $10,000 into a do-it-yourself, move-at-your-own-pace home study course!! It’s called
21 Days to Navigating Times of Unknowing With Ease, Grace, and Courage
And it starts on Monday!
If you’re still going through a time of unknowing and want to take advantage of the last three weeks of winter to find your courage, gather your resources, and prepare your soil for spring, I would love for you to join us. You can read more about the course, what’s included, and how much it costs (significantly less expensive than anything I’ve ever created before - ever), and how you can register HERE.
Your 21 days of emails including the best tools, strategies, worksheets, and activities my clients have been loving for the past three years begin on Monday, February 29th (leap into it!), and end up Sunday, March 20th - the Spring Equinox. How perfect is that??
Whatever you do, I urge you to make good use of the final three weeks of winter. Allow your soil to rest, so whatever you begin in spring can bloom with the full nourishment of your well-rested, well-resourced soul.
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Hello! I'm Melanie Munir, founder of Professional Wild Woman - a women's empowerment business dedicated to helping women who are tired of feeling either "too much" or "not enough" to connect to their inner wildness so they can create work that allows them the fullest expression of their unique voice. Welcome!