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January's Awake in The Nest recording is live! (Available to all Nest members at the Silver level and higher.) Our theme this month is protection. Which means it's time to say YES to our NO. Mark your calendars for next month -- Wednesday, February 16 at 11:00 a.m. PT. February's theme is sensuality. Video recording […]

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“BodyStory was a truly transformative experience. Sonja beautifully weaves Ayurvedic wisdom with her own intuition in a way that creates profound connection to the ancient teachings.”


“Taking part in Sonja’s BodyStory class and sharing with her and others allowed my body and heart to have a more clear voice about its wants, needs and desires. Sonja created a sacred safe container for us to share openly and spontaneously.”


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The Journal

May Awake in The Nest: Receiving

May Awake in The Nest: Receiving

May's Awake in The Nest recording is live! (Available to all Nest members at the Silver level and higher.) This month we are receiving. In this week's Awake gathering we go deep inward to receive messages from our higher selves. In the theme of this month, I don't...

Meditation on Receiving Yourself

Meditation on Receiving Yourself

To properly move into a space of receiving, we must learn to look in the right place. The direction of the receiving gaze is inward, and this guided meditation is a practice in learning how to move there. Holding an inward gaze is not as easy as it sounds. We live in...

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

The Bhagavad Gita 2:40