What do you do today?
I am a woman, still discovering the core of being a woman. My everyday consist of designing experiences, be it crafting something with my own hands or creating learning experiences through events design. I enjoy sparking curiosity in people to discover themselves and helping them to translate information into experience and thus into knowledge.
How did you get there?
It was a discussion with a Danish stand-up comedian before my 29th birthday that shook me. At that point I had it all - three kids, a marriage, a house in a perfect location, work that allowed me to have lots of music, orchids, handicraft, mindfulness and other activities that feed the soul. But I was still rather miserable, treading the switch from 2-s to 3-s. So I made a commitment to follow my heart and boy have I been challenged since, LOL.
Why are you doing what you are doing?
I’m passionate about learning, but I tend to do it rather hastily - I act first and ask questions later. OK, sometimes I forget the asking questions part. And sometimes doing it this way also hurts. OK, a lot of times. But it’s also fun jumping head first into the unknown and it’s that fun that I want to share with others, creating safe environments so that we could meet and experience our real selves.
Where are you going? What is your vision?
Currently I’m going towards the here and now, I am on a quest to meet my real self.
I like action, I like process, I like completion. I want to understand how to turn stones in Self into diamonds, even if they are just as small as sand grain. Learning from my shadows shows me the way to understand what I am capable of.
A good friend of mine recently described me: “I’m Queen of Chaos and I’ll mix your cards effectively with my emotional intelligence and clairvoyance skillz. Then it is your duty to arrange them back in better order. Ugh.”
By mixing my own cards I dream of a small farmhouse convenient enough to provide everything one needs for living, but still letting you carry your own water, so you’d appreciate every drop of it. Dreaming of a place where one would get hands-on experience of what it means to participate in the process of life.