Clarity is not out there somewhere, waiting for us to find it.
Clarity is within us, waiting for us to cultivate it.
— The Courage Practice
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Does clarity feel elusive?

  • YOU KNOW YOU WANT TO MOVE FORWARD BUT ARE NOT EVEN SURE WHERE TO BEGIN.

  • YOU FIND YOURSELF SEEKING AFFIRMATION ON REPEAT.

  • YOU GET FABULOUS IDEAS & THEN BEGIN SECOND-GUESSING EVERYTHING.

I get it. I used to think clarity was 'out there' and I just couldn't seem to find it. I kept looking for clarity in new opportunities, relationships, adventures, and all the rest. Then something changed. Clarity came looking for me. Here’s the thing:

Drop the hustle. Step into the current.

Clarity loves to hang out with our authentic self -- the brilliant person we've always been before we got busy trying to make it in a world demanding us to be someone else. 

When we stop hustling and step into the current of our intuitive clarity, everything begins to shift in our life.

  • We start choosing the experiences, careers, & relationships we really desire rather than those that are just comfortable.

  • we numb less and begin to feel more.

  • we get to know ourselves again without all the labels & boxes of definition.

  • we start taking action based on internal conviction rather than external convenience. 

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Clarity is cultivated when we engage within — when we integrate who we are with our truth and what we love.

Cultivating clarity is an inside-out practice and a necessary work.

Cultivating courageous clarity is leaving the hustle behind and stepping into the current of our values, beliefs, truth, strengths, & courage.

CLARITY IS WITHIN YOU, FRIEND.

LET’S BRING IT TO THE SURFACE TOGETHER.

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Clarity comes from engaging our curiosity, exercising our integrity, listening actively to our intuition, and wrestling over time with the tough questions. Clarity can lead us to our courage but sometimes it takes all our courage to first engage our clarity.
— The Courage Practice