Healing the body through magic words and wisdom.

Welcome to the Journal.

My name is Sonja (root meaning: wisdom) and I am a writer, wisdom guide, and devotee of the Great Mama.

Using the tools of Ayurveda, the deeper teachings of yoga, and intuitive emotional expression, I am honored to guide you to reshape the story of your life.

Whether you are looking to manage life transitions, make peace with your body, heal your digestion, or fall in love with your purpose in life, there is a place for you here.

 

The Wisdom of Intuition

The Wisdom of Intuition

Listen to the audio version below. If you want to get in touch with your intuition, forget everything you know. Your mind is an impressive library, filled with facts and knowledge that you’ve gathered along your journey, but it’s no help in understanding the magic of...

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Receive the O

Receive the O

There’s a point when we can go so far into something that we come out the other side. That’s where I find myself with this piece. There was a time in my life when I would have written a post saying that you should chase the O. Run after it. Do everything you can to...

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A Meditation on Generosity

A Meditation on Generosity

Generosity, or liberal, willing giving, is a practice in seeing the divinity in something outside of you. The direction of the generous gaze is out, and this week’s guided meditation in The Nest is designed to help you make a habit of this. If you’ve had enough...

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I am a wisdom guide, combining intuitive healing, Ayurveda, and the deeper teachings of yoga.

I teach Ayurveda , but not as a list of rules.

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“On this path effort never goes to waste, and there is no failure.”

The Bhagavad Gita 2:40