Stories shape relationships.
Relationships shape stories.

There’s a perpetual dance between stories and relationships. As humans, we rely on them both as surely as we rely on food and water.

Relationships bond families, communities, and societies. And what helps build and sustain those relationships? The stories we share.

When you tap into the energy that flows between these elemental forces in the human experience, you begin to see yourself, your loved ones, your work, and your culture in a new way. 

It felt like an epiphany when we made the connection between relationships and story. Quickly, we realized that seekers, creators, and holders of transformation needed direct access to this sort of magic too.

Relationships and Stories Depend on Seeing Clearly

 

Relationships and stories share another vital element in common. To sustain a nurturing relationship or tell a strong story, you have to be able to really see yourself and the world around you.  

And so, we created the Practice of Being Seen.

As you might imagine,  the Practice of Being Seen isn’t just a theory or a collection of ideas. It’s a practice.

You’re invited to journey with us as, collectively, we explore, birth, hold what it mean to see and be seen.

 
 
 
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Meet Marisa

Marisa is a writer and storytelling coach who helps transformation professionals tell stories that matter. Through her Sovereign Storytelling method, she empowers therapists, healers, and other creative entrepreneurs to write content that connects.

Marisa always brings the magic with her. A student of Celtic myth and poetry, she has also spent most of the last decade studying energy healing and shamanic techniques at the Sacred Center Mystery School. This dedication to the mystical makes Marisa’s perspective on the status quo anything but typical - and that always makes for a good story!

See more of Marisa's writing here.

 
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Meet Rebecca

Rebecca Wong is a relationship therapist and consultant. She's also the creator of Connectfulness, a research-based practice that encourages you to explore and embrace every aspect of your humanity – including everything that’s marvelous and all that’s messy.

Her discoveries reveal that the meaning we make of our life’s story is where it all comes together...but staying engaged in the process of discovering that meaning – that is often the greatest challenge! 

Rebecca will help you dare to share your truest self with yourself, your dearest, and the world. When you truly see yourself you create a ripple effect that allows you to be the change you wish to see in the world, and that invites those around you to do the same.

Learn more about Rebecca's work here.