I help creative, deep, + gritty humans create what they want.
Creating what we want is fun. It’s life-affirming. It’s sexy. It’s powerful.
It moves us forward, fuels our growth, and makes life deeper, richer, + all-around more satisfying.
It changes who we thought we were + opens our world.
But wanting can sometimes feel hard too.
Maybe you’re afraid of what you want.
Maybe wanting feels dangerous because of what it would ask you to risk, try, or change.
Maybe other people have told you what you want is weird, shallow, or impossible (or maybe they just looked at you blankly + scooted away nervously) so now it feels safer to keep your desire locked up + out of sight.
Maybe you’ve dismissed what you want because it’s not “deep” or “spiritual” enough.
Maybe what you want transcends words, makes no sense to anyone else but you, or feels so deep + unnameable that you don’t even know where to start with it.
I’ve experienced all of this, and I often still do, but the difference today is that I give myself permission to want what I want.
And then I get busy creating it.
I make the art, tell the story, go on the adventure, speak the truth, walk up to the stage + pick up the mic - and wait for no one’s permission to do any of it.
Because stepping into desire + creating from that space is deep + potent magic that makes us bigger.
And this how I did it:
I learned to listen to my body, follow its instructions, + trust its knowing.
I learned to work with rather than against my brain.
And this is exactly what we’ll do in our work together.
Through this work, my clients have…
…walked away from situations that were toxic (or just okay) + stepped into spaces that light them up + give them energy instead.
...started making their art, telling their stories, + speaking their truths.
...moved to another country to start a new adventure.
...overcome existential anxiety + fear of death by finding something inside that was deeper + truer than the fear.
…started wearing lipstick + fabulous shoes, dancing, laughing, + singing more, and giving themselves small luxuries like naps + flowers, because why not?
...expanded their capacity to show up, be seen, + take up space in the world.
...decided it was okay (and actually pretty fucking beautiful + life-affirming) to be their realest, weirdest, biggest selves - and started living accordingly.
This is for you if…
-- you’re willing to be open + available to what lights you up + turns you on.
-- you want to live a big life + are willing to push your edges to create it.
-- you’re determined to step into your realest, fullest, most powerful self.
-- you suspect desire is inviting you into dark + wild places that might surprise + scare you a little.
This is not for you if…
-- you’re averse to exploring the parts of you that aren’t as collected, civilized, or in control as you might prefer.
-- you’re not willing to experience + work through the hard stuff that comes up when we step into desire + do the work of bringing it to life.
-- you refuse to give yourself permission to want what you want.
-- you’re unwilling to connect with the dark + primal parts of you that want ferociously + without apology.
This is what I know:
What you want matters.
You get to want what you want.
And you have the power to create it.
And in the moments when it feels hard, impossible, or overwhelming, having someone in your corner to remind you of what’s possible, shine a light on your blind spots, + help you stay on track can make all the difference.
I would love to be that support to you.
So what do you want, and what will you create?
Schedule a free call with me, and we’ll explore how to make it happen.
I work with folks in 3-month containers that include weekly calls + email support.
Investment is $1500.
What my clients say:
Our time working together has unlocked MAGIC in my life. It feels like I'm living a new norm and can't remember much of how it used to be. The painful questions and thoughts that dominated so much of life feel like distant concepts now.
One of the most valuable things about coaching was the safe space for me to talk about and explore things I wasn’t ready to share with anyone else. During our time together, I knew that whatever happened, I had my coach to help me work it out. As a result, I observed myself feeling braver and more grounded, not so easily carried away in downward spirals, even when emotional issues come up. This space and relationship were safe, supportive and nurturing because Rae was consistently compassionate, gentle, and kind, even as she asked thought-provoking or challenging questions.
I now allow myself to be curious and follow desire without being attached to a definite outcome, and I feel pretty great most days. There's a sense of power. Fulfillment. Curiosity and interest in life. I now understand my life's purpose this way: to blossom and expand, like a plant reaching towards whatever it's drawn to.
– Rebecca L.
I am exceedingly grateful for Rae’s coaching. She has a gift for listening carefully to not just my words but to the thoughts and feelings beneath my words, and pulls them out for further investigation and understanding. During our time together, Rae taught me how to do this for myself as well through the “trifecta of self-awareness” and helped me to practice working with my thoughts, my body, and my emotions. Thanks to Rae’s coaching, I now feel like I can be my 'whole self' in all my interactions and relationships.
- Trish R
Working with Rae was all I expected and more. I was at a stage where I had to take some critical decisions my life, and the work we did gave me reassurance to follow my calling and confidence in the path ahead. Rae helped me see more clearly how much I care about this path and how any obstacles are merely intellectual constructs. She was completely open, listened actively, and provided an open direction to move forward. A heartfelt thank you, Rae!
Our conversation was transformative and created a dedicated, sacred space to explore, something I would not likely have given myself otherwise. Rae has a gift of engaging with the flow of the processes and transformations that seek expression, rather than forcing the experience to fit a specific timeline or set of predetermined goals or outcomes. She allowed the change to dance with us.
Our session, combined with actions I’ve taken since, have altered me forever. I find myself living in deeper peace and feeling more comfortable in my own skin than I ever have. Rather than an endpoint, our conversation was a doorway, and when I stepped through that doorway and kept walking, transformation happened and continues to unfold.