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How do we integrate an infinite cosmic soul into a limited human body?
Where do we belong when we're "too much" for this world, but "not enough" for that world?
How do we be original in the sea of oneness?

Read on!


Blog  •  10 Min Read  •  By Ellany Lea

At the end of my work term in Rwanda, I didn't have the chance to visit the Mountain Gorillas, which I had diligently saved up for, because the ministry that issued work permits held my passport until the Friday before I flew out of the country Saturday morning.

Blog  •  9 Min Read  •  By Ellany Lea

I was asked if I always dreamed of visiting every country in the world. "Not at all!", was my answer. All I knew growing up was that I was to born to be my parent's retirement savings account. Read along to see and witness this freedom experiment unfolding, as I following the breadcrumbs Life laid out for me, from crossroad to crossroad, from breadcrumb to breadcrumb. 

Blog  •  2 Min Read  •  By Ellany Lea

I was sat at a restaurant, listening to the sound of crashing waves, and examined more fully the Memory Dress by Sunvibes that I had custom printed and designed. I passed my fingers over the palm trees that drew me to move to Andalusía in Spain, the lanterns from The Daring Way training with Brené Brown that guided me to complete my 16 country in 16 weeks tour  even though my dad passed away at country no. 3, the turtles I swam with who gave me full permission to return aaaaaall the grief I carried for myself and others to the ocean in the form of tears.

Blog  •  2 Min Read  •  By Ellany Lea

Many years ago, I was sitting in my living room, on my furry regal purple rug. I plugged my neon green earphones into my iPhone, took out a white sheet of paper and a teal pen and dialled my coach. I was in my first year of building my coaching business and drowning under punishing anxiety, caused by fear of uncertainty, and worn down by the "marketing grind", with a looming (but illusionary) threat of going back to a 9-to-5 jail cell.

Profile  •  2 Min Read  •  By Ellany Lea

Gaëlle co-creates experiential travelling that liberates the thirst of solo women travellers. She is a liberator.

One of the Hardest Moments of Her Life

Having to realize that home was not the place I should stay. Realizing that my safe heaven was actually away from home where I could create a stable environment. And this is what I did, I left my 'home" country and I have found a new home here in London! Never felt better.

F*ck this shit moment

Last year working in events, I had hard times to cope with the "lows" of the industry. The highs were really intense, challenging and I loved the job, but the weeks after that with barely any work was too hard for me to cope. This on top of the dodgy business ethics and employees dragging the company down... I quit the job to create my business!

Books that transformed her life

Man's Search for Meaning by Viktor Frankl and Grit by Angela Duckworth

False advice being taught in her industry

The travel market is saturated (NOT at all, so many ways to get creative around it)

Profile  •  2 Min Read  •  By Ellany Lea

Sayo co-creates a safe space for sharing that liberates the unconditional love in women's hearts. She is a liberator.

F*ck this shit moment

I went to an event called One Last Talk and I realized I was continuing to run my business for silly reasons, such as: a fear of loss of identity if I were to stop, and trying to prove something to my dead grandfather. I finally gave myself permission to walk away and I sold my real estate business a month later after 14 years. I have had no regrets. At all.

One of the Hardest Moments of Her Life

When the man I loved confessed to me he had been cheating on me since we met. I was devastated. Crushed. And it shone a light on the fact that I had some major healing to do. It woke me up. I wouldn't trade that experience for anything.


High  When I would make over $100,000 a month. I felt like a rock star. 

Low  Were when we weren't selling much and I felt like I was failing everyone.

False advice being taught in her industry

Grow, grow, grow! But if you do, then you are removed from the personal connections that made you successful in the first place.

Blog  •  10 Min Read  •  By Ellany Lea

Over a decade ago, when I lined up 5 interviews in 5 days in NYC, got my dream job on day 6, flew home to Vancouver on day 7, and moved my life to

Profile  •  7 Min Read  •  By Ellany Lea

Jo Soley co-creates authentic business coaching that liberates the direction of passionate female entrepreneurs. She is a liberator.

First moment of enlightenment

In 1998 Oprah had been promoting the movie ‘Beloved’ in a live television interview with the late film critic Gene Siskel and he asked her to tell him what she knew for sure.

Oprah has been asked a lot of questions over the years and not often is she at a complete loss for words, but she was stopped in her tracks. This then became the central question of her life. For me it was a complete change on how I viewed life. 'There isn't a rainbow without rain' is what Oprah gets across in every message that she shares.

F*ck this shit moment

I was a in job that wasn't serving me on any level. I was unhappy. I was not working in my zone of genius, I felt I had nothing to give to the role. I could not connect to the others in the office. I dreaded the alarm clock. Things had gotten pretty bad! 

I was at my desk one morning and remember seeing the Gloria Vanderbilt quote, "I believe one woman's success can only help another woman's success." I got my coat and walked out and never returned. 

One of the hardest moments of her life?

My phone rang a few times at 1:00am, eventually waking me up. I received a phone call from the resort manager, explaining that there had been a bomb attack on Sharm El Sheik and one of our hotels, The Gazala Gardens, had been targeted. As the only manager in resort, I was required to contact the UK duty office and open an incident control room.

It was all so surreal. A suicide bomber had driven his car through the glass reception doors into the lobby and bar and then detonated a bomb killing himself and guests of the hotel. I remember bright lights, bodies, glass but feeling very focused and calm with a huge sense of purpose to make sure everyone was OK. The fight aspect of fight or flight I suppose.

False advice being taught in her industry

Selling the laptop beach lifestyle! It takes consistent and persistent work to build a business that is sustainable success.

Blog  •  12 Min Read  •  By Ellany Lea

If any past, present or future critics ask, "Why are you going so fast?", ask them "Why are you going so slow?"

If any past, present or future critics ask, "Why are you constantly changing?", ask them, "Why are you prolonging your own suffering?"

If any past, present or future critics ask, "Why can’t you stay still?", ask them, "What are you waiting for?"

Profile  •  3 Min Read  •  By Ellany Lea

Jen co-creates online programs that liberate the True Selves of soul-seekers.

First moment of enlightenment

When I was living in India I visited Varanasi and had an experience that went right to the core of me. I was watching a burning funeral pyre on the Ganges and a group of women were washing their clothes on the ghats. I was deeply moved by the holy right next to the ordinary.

F*ck this shit moment

Ha! This happens daily with a 3 and 5-year-old! For someone who craves quiet, the chaos of two little ones can be overwhelming. This need for peace inspired "Peanut Butter Spoons" (there is no noise while eating PB off a spoon!) and hide-and-seek games where I hide in the closet peacefully for 10 minutes. You do what you gotta do to get the peace you gotta get!

One of the Hardest Moments of Her Life

Getting divorced. My deep hope and vision for family were the strongest of all my dreams. Choosing to dismantle them, the family and the dream, in favor of a future I couldn't even yet articulate, was gut-wrenching and heart-breaking. This is not something you overcome. This kind of loss takes up residence in your heart. So you rent a room to grief. Then, over time, you rent more and more rooms to your new life vision. And in that way, you become inspired to create anew.

Upcoming Program

DIY Destiny doors are OPEN until Sept 29th! Nail down that *thing* you're meant for.

Blog  •  11 Min Read  •  By Ellany Lea

There is an art and a science to non-conformity... as well as a price... and many, many, many rewards... and multiple soul wrenching trade-offs along the way. It's an intricate (aka neurotic) dance. Freedom is the dream. But freedom isn't for sissies.

Profile  •  2 Min Read  •  By Ellany Lea

Karin is the creator of her own health, wealth, and power. She is a liberator.

One of the Hardest Moments of Her Life

Truthfully, my divorce. It was a two-year unraveling that had begun 10 years earlier. Looking back, I can now see how poor of a match we were. However, I think we all give our all to relationships. So, at one point, I thought it was a failure. But now, I see it as a stepping stone – to becoming a better me and a better partner.

F*ck this shit moment

During the process of leaving my marriage, I began graduate school. The first year was hard, so hard. But I took a semester off to breathe and get healthy, and I feel more grounded.

Mastermind Topic

Navigating through Transitions of Womanhood

False advice being taught in her industry

Your doctor knows what's best for you.

Blog  •  5 Min Read  •  By Ellany Lea

16. The Universe planted sequoias of ambition in my psyche, but gave me a bleeding heart.

17. The Universe pumped adventure into my lungs, but clipped my canary wings.

18. The Universe encoded freedom into my soul, but shackled every limb with gender, filial piety, birth order, personality, cultural, and social chains.

Blog  •  6 Min Read  •  By Ellany Lea

1. Girls will hurt each other until they become women. 2. Watching the light dim is heartbreaking. 3. Becoming aware of the dimming is even more heartbreaking.

Profile  •  4 Min Read  •  By Support

Eva co-creates enlightened business success systems that liberate spiritual entrepreneurs from chaos to clarity and cash flow. She is a liberator.

One of the Hardest Moments of Her Life

For over five years, the company that my life partner, Robin, and I ran was struggling to the point where we were laying off folks left and right and unable to meet payroll for those who were left. Robin and I were not paying ourselves, in order to do what we could for our remaining employees. We had creditors after us, personally and in the business. Employees were stressed out, tension was high. And if our landlord had decided to evict us from our home, we didn't have the money to move out. It was very grim. [...]

What used to terrify her?

That my parents' money struggles would carry over to me. I overcame it by realizing I'm not my parents. And "if it's to be, it's up to me."

What does She need to do less of in Her business?

Getting caught up in Shiny Object Syndrome and the next new thing.

Hardest part about being a trailblazer?

Not having something that is so important to me, my spirituality and Inner Guidance, be taken seriously by some.

Photo  •  2 Min Read  •  By Ellany Lea

In the end, you will splish and splash with dolphins in St. Kitts, salsa with giant manta rays in Antigua and be a giant walking ball of disbelief that THIS is how it feels to do whatever YOU want, whenever YOU want, wherever YOU want, however YOU want, without anyone else interfering with their own 2 cents of fear or negativity.

Is this bliss? It this total liberation? After 110 countries, you'll know it's both.

Profile  •  4 Min Read  •  By Support

Tara co-creates healthy and loving communities that liberate humanity's dreams and identity. She is a liberator.

F*ck this shit moment

I have had an insane amount of visa trouble while living in Spain. I have had 4 lawyers and have been working over 4 years to make things right. I currently have a lawsuit but have never felt like I was going to fight it to that point. Instead, I have had a change of direction and am currently looking into visas in Ireland! It is time to turn a page and know when enough is enough.

How did she overcome her fear of selling?

I have a talent and a message and they are worth it.

False advice being taught in her industry

When you get what you want or accomplish your vision, you are fulfilled. The truth is, to me, fulfillment comes from knowing God and who I am.

Hardest part about being a trailblazer?

For me it's not about sharing the vision, but finding the right people to help continue the vision.

Blog  •  4 Min Read  •  By Ellany Lea

When people are in fear, they label adventure as reckless, courage as crazy and uniqueness as wrong. May the spotted rays in the Belizean cayes and the aurora borealis in the Norwegian tundra enchant you more than the criticism-laced fear of “those people.”

Blog  •  3 Min Read  •  By Ellany Lea

After stepping foot in 104 sovereign nations, with my coaching practice in tow, here are 14 lessons I learned, across so many cultures, about becoming happy, about being happy.

Profile  •  4 Min Read  •  By Ellany Lea

AJung co-creates systems that liberates the thoughtfulness in AI systems. She is a liberator.

First moment of enlightenment

When I mapped out what my ideal week looks like, and Ellany told me that we can get me to live it three times a month, my eyes were opened. I had control over my calendar, my schedule, and the full permission to integrate zen in my life. But I did not know it until Ellany showed me the ropes.

One of the hardest moments of her life?

I had been building up to this dream of creating a robot ethics company for over a decade. And in less than a year from starting the company, I hit a point where I thought this was all over. I failed my team, myself, and my dream. I took tremendous amount of effort and swallowing of pride and all that to reach out to get help.

False advice being taught in her industry

Not a false advice, but rather a false ideal about what "making it" means.

Blog  •  6 Min Read  •  By Ellany Lea

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