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ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Tal Shai (M.A. Counseling Psychology) is an Intuitive Business Coach and Founder of The Soul Movement Method®. She helps visionary entrepreneurs and transformational facilitators manifest a thriving lifestyle and business by harnessing The Soul Movement Method®, a somatic-based methodology designed to reveal hidden blocks, clear ancestral entanglements and access the root cause of what holds you back from authentic freedom in business and life. She also certifies coaches, therapists and holistic practitioners in The Soul Movement Method®, helping them add a powerful system to accentuate and expand their own practice. Claim a FREE 6-Part Online Workshop "Soul Movements For Financial Freedom™" at www.TalShai.com
https://youtu.be/I0HxpQTm4PA This master class was aired on The Art Of Spiritual Living Summit, hosted by Amanda Marie (May 2017) In this master class, I share how The Soul Movement Method® evolved through me over the course of a decade. I talk about my own personal journey of coming to “know that I know what I know” and how trusting the mystery of soul is key to creating a business and life that is authentic and aligned with one’s purpose and joy.
Have you heard the story of three construction workers, each of whom was asked the question: “What are you doing?“. The first construction worker responds: “I am laying bricks”. The second worker answers: “I am following orders.” The third construction worker says “I am building a cathedral. Let me ask you this my dearest entrepreneurial soul. How are you holding your business right now? Are you identifying with the day-to-day quagmire of “laying bricks”? Are you caught up in what “you believe you are supposed to
With one of my all time favorite musicians, David Broza. A beautiful reminder of how the field ALWAYS has our back. Here is the full scoop. On Monday I was speaking to my mom on Skype. At some point she left the conversation and on her return she said “I’m back”. I spontaneously answered her with a song that in hebrew begins with the words “I’m back..”. She asked me to remind her who sings the song. I said “David