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Engage in a process of spiritual mentorship and support, rooted in the ancient wisdom traditions of Kabbalah and Buddhism.
Our work together will give you the ability to consistently point your inner compass to what truly matters – your aligned connection to All-That-Is.
From here, the things that pull on you get to take their right place without pulling you off center.
One thing I know for sure: Action = Alchemy
The transformative alchemy that creates lasting and effective change.
Not just doing a bunch of things, but taking right action.
Taking the time to answer your own soul’s call, despite fear of disapproval or disappointing others, allows you to show up for everything from your highest integrity and self-trust. Rooted. Connected. Sovereign in your knowing.
What people are saying
When I met Sharon I was pretty down in the dumps — low energy, depressed and confused. I knew I needed to make changes but wasn’t at all sure about what steps to take or where my life was headed.
After six months of working with her, I was more ready to try and meet someone new (one of my main sources of unhappiness). My energy had improved and I was feeling a new surge of creative juices. Part of what we worked on was getting me more comfortable and confident about my body, which had become achy and uncomfortable from carrying excess weight. I started exercising again and have probably lost about 10 pounds along the way, which I’m sure has contributed to feeling less of the joint pain I’ve struggled with.
Sharon has a way of meeting individuals exactly where they are.
She’s easy to trust. She shares enough of her own vulnerability to life’s challenges that I never feel judged, but received with empathy and understanding. I don’t ever feel like she feels sorry for me or that she wants to “fix” me.
Sharon emanates a trust that I am whole the way I am in that moment, that things will unfold the way they are supposed to, and that she simply is a witness to that process. She inspires and reminds me of the importance of self-care, and for that I am ever grateful.