- Are you wondering what you will do with the rest of your one wild and precious life, now that your career ended, or your marriage is over, the kids are on their own? Are you afraid it is too late?
- Are you burned out, bored, uninspired and hungry for a new dream, goal, and adventure both inner and outer?
- Do you yearn to feel fully alive and inspired?
- Were you shocked by illness or loss to realize time is limited and you haven’t done what you always wanted…yet?
- Now liberated from previous roles and responsibilities, do you long for the wild freedom to be real, to discover and live the bigger story of who you are?
- Has something broken your heart open, firing your passion to make a positive difference, “creating a world in which it will be easier to love”?
- Do you feel dead in your current life/career/relationship and restless in the soul urgency to grow, stretch, expand, and be happy?
(Art: Sally Barlow)
PrimeTime, age 50 and beyond, is the wild space where we are called to a new life. We want to feel fully alive again. We long to use our power for good. We have come to the end of a career, a marriage, of nurturing children at home, or perhaps have the awakening shock of an illness, the loss of a beloved, the deadness of an old way of life. This is a time for adventure. For reinvention. A new story from your deepest, truest self that brings your legacy and leadership to light.
There is an intelligence in the Universe- call it the Great Mystery, Spirit, Higher Power, Goddess, the holy – that wants the best for us and calls us to fully come alive, to become whole. Miracles abound each and every day, pushing and pulling us to journey where we are meant to go, to our place of belonging.
PrimeTime Revival is a mentoring/consulting business and book that offers practices, paths and portals to renewal, reinvention, and coming alive to your legacy and leadership.
…anything or anyone
that does not bring you alive
is too small for you.
The core of my mentoring is to connect you to your inner wild and wise self, Dreamkeeper, the shaman within and to guide you as you discover the joy that blossoms when your soul is aligned with your work in the world.
In my own experience as a Jungian psychologist and a PrimeTime woman, I have learned how to navigate the turbulent wild waters of change and to know for sure that we cannot “think” or “figure out” or “achieve” this next chapter in our soul’s journey. You may yearn for a slower pace, a richer quality of life, of enjoyment, of contentment. You may be called to enter a process of exploration, discovery, learning, growth. To follow your heartbreak into a new endeavor.
Perhaps you want to pursue old passions, as I did when closed my thirty year long psychotherapy practice, sold my home, and traveled, wrote, and returned to painting. Although it took months of small coaxing steps to get over my fears of facing the big, blank canvas, the big, open space of the unknown, the process was ultimately exhilarating and joyful. I learned to tolerate Not-knowing, to let go, to be willing to surrender to a bigger Self, finding the rhythms of my own wild and wise nature.
I found all those years were not “lost” to painting but were showing up as the rich life I had lived. It was one of the practices of that time that allowed the vision of my next chapter, this new business, to emerge and take shape.
There are many paths and practices to discovering your new soul story.
Becoming the person you are now meant to be does not mean travelling a direct or linear path. It is a weaving one, “made up of fateful detours and wrong turnings” as Jung said. To find your way when reason no longer serves, you turn to the still, small voice within, to your dreams, images, and connection to Nature, getting reaquainted with our own wild and sacred feminine selves. You will learn to trust your inner Wise Woman or Wise Man, the Dreamkeeper, your inner shaman, and the path that takes us in circles of descent and ascent, around a center of Self. More accurately, your lifelong soul path is to travel a spiral. It is the Way of the Wild Feminine.
The painting in the banner above is named The Lion’s Hibiscus. It came from a dream of a year which introduced me to a lion goddess. In the dream, there was a huge lion statue with two red hibiscuses behind her ears on the front porch of my old home. Inside the home, where I had lived at the beginning of my awakened wild feminine journey in the ‘70’s, women were writing and telling their truest stories, their secrets. Sort of a story-church. In the dream, I recall there was a smaller lion statue which had been inside the house for a long time. But this statue is huge. Outside. In public view. And in the house are all these amazing women, telling and writing their stories, their holy stories, and sharing their secrets. After the dream, I did some research to find out this lion goddess was known as Sekhmet in Egyptian mythology. A warrior goddess, goddess of healing, the One who is Powerful. Keeper of the Flame, Lady of the Place at the Beginning of Time, One Who Was before the Gods were. She was known as the Lady of Transformations. At whose wish the arts were born. Enlightener. Empowerer. Sparkling One. She Whose Opportunity Escapes Her Not. Lady of the House of Books. Bountiful one. She who gives joys.
This archetypal dream gave me a symbol and focus, an imagistic “brand”, that ignited my energy and enthusiasm for the PrimeTime Revival mentoring and teaching business. It is time to gather the power of fire, the courage of lion. The energies of transformation and the magic of manifestation.
Redefine power. Revision success. Reclaim joy.
What is the wise, wild story that wants to know itself in you? Come in and learn more.