Who is the Village?
The questions I love to ask is how can we impact The Village.
What are we doing to improve ~ impact ~ inspire others in our Village?
Empowering the Village is on a mission to create harmonious homes by reducing stress for everyone in the village.
The well known quote, “It takes a village to raise a child”, is so much more than children!!
It is about how important it is to have others support in your life that you can depend on throughout various stages of life. Having everybody within the village feel empowered, supported, and to know they are never alone in this crazy thing we call life.
Empowering the Village’s target is to encourage everyone to choose what truly works for them by honoring their own desires, while at the same time inviting everyone to come together to create a future of contribution to their community.
The vision is for our village to function from a space of encouragement, supporting one another, gaining wellness, and spreading joy throughout the community.
Life gets messy and at times dark and heavy, the key is to not stay in that space alone and ask for help to navigate towards ease, joy, and harmony no matter what the current situation is today. With this vision we see this being the invitation to allow everyone to feel what they feel and be empowered to choose what works for them while knowing their community has their back.
One act of kindness, one thought of gratitude, one pause for acknowledgment, one source of empowerment for ourselves and one another has powerful ripple effects of massive contribution far greater than we can even imagine!
What would it take for that to show up in our village, our nation, our world right away with total ease?
How can The Village help you?
Ready for Peace!
Ready for Ease!!
Ready for Calm!!!
How I went from overstressed and feeling like
I was Everything to Everyone, to finding my truth
of being my true calm ~ relaxed ~ healing
self ready to take on the World!!
Here is my journey on bringing a bit of magic into people’s lives…
The disbelief turned into anger as I had thought all those years of struggles were over. I thought all those years that had been consumed with tears, fears, and disappointments were all part of my past which had been just part of my journey towards motherhood. This loss just did not make any sense.
The thought of leaping into the unknown can be a common space of massive anxiety induced time... I knew infinite possibilities were available to me, so why was I reluctant to leap? I could "fail" and I also knew I am very resource, creative, highly skilled, a kind...