Soul Courage


Every human being has a soul. Yet we often leave it on the sidelines in our development.

In a world demanding spirituality to look, feel, and be lived out a certain way, it takes deep courage to practice our spirituality how we know we are meant to practice — the way of our unique soul.

Meeting Spirit the way we are, as we are.

SOUL COURAGE™ is the August edition of our summer series of new services launching here at The Courage Practice. No matter how you practice your spirituality, Soul Courage™ invites you to deepen your inner courage and step further into your soulful potential.



Soul Courage is the practice of integrating your soul and its voice more consciously into your being and into all you do--in life, leadership, business, and love. Simply put, it is about courageously listening to your soul more consistently than the noise of external influences, pressures, and fears. 

Soul Courage™ services will include intuitive coaching, energy readings, soul stories & guidance, spiritual development, and more.

As The Courage Practice expands and deepens its services in personal, professional, and spiritual development, we're excited to bring these transformative offerings to our global community.

The Courage Practice exists to walk alongside people in their deepest growth, transitions, and development, cultivating success and purpose from the inside out. Poet e.e. cummings said, it takes great courage to grow up and become who you really are. And sometimes we need a little practice and compassionate, intuitive support along the way. 


Intuition follows the path of the soul and the neutral energy of Spirit | God | Universe. In my years of spiritual development, I've learned one thing consistently remains the same across all faiths, beliefs, religions, and ancient wisdom traditions: intuition elevates the voice of love. And love is the one, true universal language.

Love travels eternally, with no beginning nor end and abides as the central teaching in all scripture, sacred texts, and tradition. As such, people of all faiths, religions, and beliefs--including none at all--are welcome and encouraged to experience Soul Courage™.



It is our deepest hope that every soul finds themselves at home within themselves. In our culture, we are constantly striving to achieve success outside of ourselves in the hopes we'll finally actually find ourselves. So we ambitiously seek the careers, partners, businesses, physiques, vacations, education, family, goals, adventures, and numbing agents we need to feel successful and above all, hopefully fill the open space between our clarity and our purpose. 

Meanwhile, our soul's voice lies waiting to tell us that clarity, purpose, success and yes, even love abides within. All in this present moment, endlessly renewing itself. We were created from a soulful place; we need nothing else. No perfect career, family, partner, home, financial security, business, physique, or vacation. Not even a mailing address is necessary to be at home within ourselves. As the old hymn reminds us, when it is well with my soul, it is well. 

Nearly forty years ago, as a little girl with intuitive gifts I didn't know what to do with, I looked forward to the day when my prayer 'Use me, God' could include these gifts more potently and authentically. I am so grateful to Spirit | God | Universe for the opportunity to now serve you and your highest good from the heart of intuition and love.

After being in the spiritually intuitive closet for years, this is my own courage in practice meeting up with yours. May we continue this journey of soulful development together. 

To learn more & be the first to experience Soul Courage™, click here.


An intuitive leadership and life coach for 13 years and founder of The Courage Practice, Tonyalynne Wildhaber coaches individual leaders, life warriors, coaches, and soulful entrepreneurs to make friends with their courage, integrate wisdom with strategy, step into their highest potential, and transform their success and life from the inside out. Tonyalynne is a frequent contributor to Forbes and Thrive Global. She is head-over-heels in love with the Pacific Northwest, loves iced coffee in all weather, and is attempting to train a dog named Ollie.