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Hi, I'm Jess!

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Hi, friend.

I know you’re in a painful place right now - you know you’re meant for more, but the world seems to think otherwise.

You are living in a man’s world, a world that emphasizes logic, linear thinking, and hustle, and shuns feminine intuition, wisdom, and empowerment.

It’s no wonder you feel like you don’t belong or that you’re not good enough.

And it’s no wonder why you feel like you’re going through the every day motions, but you haven’t found your true calling yet.

I’ve been where you are, so you’re not alone, and my calling in life is to help you feel better.

 

Here’s my story in case you want to read about it:

For most of my life, I was a people pleaser, a good girl. I was constantly seeking approval, especially from people who never seemed to give it, and had no real sense of self identity.

6 months after graduating from grad school armed with a shiny occupational therapy license and a bigger paycheck than I had ever seen in my life, I realized I was still very unhappy.

I was trained and paid to help people, but most days, I’d leave work questioning whether I had really helped anyone or not. I felt like I needed to do more, but I had no energy or time left to give.

Worst of all, I felt like nobody understood.

Everyone just kept telling me that I should be enjoying my life more than I was or that I was lucky to have such a well-paying job and career.

I hated hearing that.

So to me, my choices were…

  1. Continue being the good girl, my family’s pride and joy, but feel miserable for the rest of my life, OR…

  2. I could do something different, although I had no idea what that was much less how to make a living doing it, and everyone would shake their heads in disappointment at me.

Eventually, my dedication (stubbornness? :P) to finding out how I could use my best skills and interests to help people won the battle. But it wasn’t without a LOT of heartache, tears, failed launches, huge brick walls of self doubt and shame.

It wasn’t until I started embracing ME in my entirety -

Not just the masculine, linear, go-go-go side of me…

But also the softer, intuitive, compassionate, feminine side of me…

- that I started feeling happier.

All the time and energy I used to spend worrying about what other people think, feel, or say is now spent on clearly and confidently choosing what I want to think, feel, say and experience.

Instead of seeing restrictions on who I’m supposed to be or what I’m supposed to do and when I’m supposed to do it around every corner, I see possibility.

There are an infinite number of ways I can choose to live my life, an infinite number of ways I can choose to be. An infinite number of ways for me to answer my calling to help others feel better and live better, happier, more soul-fulfilling lives.

And while such choices used to feel overwhelming to me, I now feel clearer about who I am (and who I am not), about my purpose in life, my value, my worth.

To be honest, I do not have everything figured out.

And as I’ve learned the hard way, nobody ever does and nobody ever will. Because that’s the beauty and the point of life.

But even though I don’t have everything figured out, it doesn’t stress me out or overwhelm me like it used to.

Instead of feeling like I was standing on a paddleboard out in the ocean and wishing I was standing on a paddleboard on dry land (that would look kinda silly, right?), I’ve been able to loosen up so that I can keep my balance and actually even enjoy paddleboarding on the ocean of life. (Enough cheez for ya? :p)  

And of course, I am not alone.

I did not do this alone, and I see in you the very pain I saw in myself. Our society today is so deeply mired in the linear, masculine, hustling energies, and it often shuns the feminine, the other side of the balance.

I am dedicated to bringing more flow, more feminine energy into the mix so that we can all, whether man or a woman, embrace ourselves in our entirety and live the life we have been so afraid to claim. And I need your help.

Together, we can make our lives better. Together, we can feel better about who we are (who we truly are), figure out what we are meant to do in this lifetime, and create a happy, soul-aligned life for ourselves and with each other.

But if we hesitate, or if we leave others behind, this won’t work. The urgency of now requires that we do it together. Without delay, without remorse, without giving in to our fear.

Will you join us?

TL;DR: I am an occupational therapist who became trained in Rapid Transformational Therapy and now use my own personal experiences and all that I study to coach other women in rising up to create the life their soul is calling them to create.


WORDS OF PRAISE

“I was ready for a shift in my thinking and being, and was open to what the Universe would bring…Through poignant questions, Jessica guided me through layers of myself to help me remember my True Self. All of this, of course, propels me forward toward my ultimate goal: complete financial freedom!” - Victor L., Los Angeles

“Jessica is amazing. A kind and compassionate woman, who is unconditionally supportive. Her gentle yet powerful guidance has helped me be more vulnerable to put myself out on social media…Absolutely LOVE Jessica!” - Carine C., Los Angeles