WellBeing Wild

The soul’s blueprint

Daisy Clementine Douglas begins our online session with an opening prayer. Her voice is soft and knowledgeable as she asks me to close my eyes and bring awareness to my breath. She moves presence through my entire body, connecting with Mother Earth and the cosmos and inviting spirit guides and power animals to sit with us. I’m cross-legged on my bed and her words are coming through my computer speakers, yet it feels like she’s an old friend sitting next to me.

After a few more moments, Douglas asks me to open my eyes. I feel calm and excited to spend the hour together. In this session, she explains, I’ll discover my

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