Divine Union

Can we move into a new paradigm as a collective of RISING in love rather than falling in love? Can we utilize romantic partnership as a way to become more intimate, more raw, more naked, more soft and more vulnerable both with ourselves and with our beloved? Can we forge this conscious union with the intent of becoming a powerful tool to challenge each other and call one another into our highest, through the alchemical fire of growth and transformation? Can we learn that relationship is one of the most potent forms of mirroring we can ever receive?

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Kaya Danielle Leigh
Why Positive Thinking Doesn't Always Serve

We are here to reclaim our wholeness, come to know our sacred wounds then bloom from them, and finally embrace the totality of self. This means letting go of the erroneous New Age belief of solely “focusing on the positive” before we have done the deeper wound and shadow work. To no longer insert neat little bow-tied packages of “love and light” into every circumstance when it’s calling for something more- something richer, deeper and full spectrum. If we truly want to enter into a positive, elevated state of being, we have to do the real work first. And sometimes that work is gritty, intense, messy, sublime, and gloriously human. Remember, we cannot bypass this precious step in our spiritual evolution. We are here to embrace the complete and undiluted offering of what is here calling us in, calling us home; and in turn, we reclaim our delicious, authentic, innate aliveness.

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Kaya Danielle Leigh
Sacred Wounds

Our wounds are sacred and serve a vital role in our personal journey through the earth plane. We cannot rob ourselves of this precious gift of inner alchemy and discovery. We must be courageous enough to go in, not around. Because the only way out is through. Our wounds are the doorway to luminous, divine remembrance. They are the way of entry into this world, and offer an experience that carries the potential to evolve our souls in unimaginable ways.

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Kaya Danielle Leigh
What Does it Mean to Be a True Spiritual Teacher?

In Eastern tradition, one is not allowed to transition into a teaching role until they have mastered their craft or demonstrated the signs of deep spiritual embodiment or gnosis. This would constitute an individual who walks the path of embodied, real-time wisdom in which there is no disparity between the inner and outer worlds; one who lives in unified and symbiotic harmony. Becoming a spiritual teacher or way-shower extends far beyond paperwork, classroom learning and proper certifications. One can have hundreds of hours of training time and a wall filled with framed accreditations, yet has still failed to venture into the precious alchemical spaces of self, where the real transformation is born…

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Kaya Danielle Leigh