Tribe Endorsements
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What People Say

Leeanne Neil

Sydney 

 

Since starting out in the tribes, I have found so ch more than I could have imagined. 

 

I found friendships with some of the most incredible women, shared wisdom, support and a love of life and learning.  In my personal life,  I am so much more still and settled,  I have begun amazing practices which have really improved all areas of my life. 

 

My mind is clearer, my health is improving and my spiritual practice has finally become my # 1 priority. 

 

This is having a profound impact in my life and because of that, everyone around me is also benefiting.  I am less reactive and have much more self love and self confidence.

 

Joining the various Tribes has been the single best thing I have ever done and I am so grateful to be a part of this community and Tribes of Amazing women.

 

As I have started some of the Special Interest Tribes like the Book Club and the Sacred Mornings and afternoon Top Ups,  I have grown as a person,

 

I feel much more comfortable as a leader, I am much more committed to sharing my voice with the world and much more confident in my abilities which is also benefiting my work as a Coach and Trainer.

Nikkie Denecker

Newcastle 

 

I just wanted to share how grateful I am to be part of this amazing community of women.

 

I am meeting and talking to like minded women I might never have crossed paths with otherwise.

 

The acceptance and welcome from everyone is truly humbling. Today I was part of a small video chat with the Hunter Tribe and it was lovely to have a chat and get to know each other a little more.

 

I'm looking forward to future events and chats. I also recommend joining your Tribe - a really friendly place to get to know each other.

 

Blessings 

Black Crow Walking

Newcastle

 

Its 6am and 6 of us are breathing together, meditating together, studying a course in Miracles, and setting our to be, intentions, goals and gratitude for the day.

We have found such a deep connection, respect, and intimacy with each other. It feels like Tribe. When I lived with the Lakota, we rose to greet the sun and sing the sunrise song. Wrapped in our blankets.

 

Well some of us don't even get out of bed to greet the zoom room. We very cosily stay in our own beds and connect with each other and the world of Facebook live.

 

This group meets every morning and every afternoon for a top up on energy.. Along with regular free events that you will find on our calendar pages

6am may not suit you, but 2pm may or one of the evening events. Sophia's sound bath on Monday nights.

 

To be in a tribe for me means showing up to support and honour each other.