You’re in! I’m so looking forward to sharing the Visibility Block Clearing classes with you. Below is everything you need to know to participate.
OUR NEXT CLASS IS SAYING NO TO SEXUAL HARASSMENT
This class is scheduled to take place on
PST: November 29 at 1.30pm
EST: November 29 at 4.30pm
GMT: November 29 at 9.30am
AEDT: November 30 at 8.30am.
To join the call, simply click here: https://zoom.us/j/246548574
A recording will be made available if you can’t make it live.
Please keep an eye out for an email with all of this information in it as well as the details for our class on speaking up.
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PREPARING FOR THE CLASS
Please schedule the time in your diary so you won’t be disrupted during the class. We’ll be doing some deep clearing work and the more present you can be on the call, the more effective you’ll find it.
I really like that visibility has been approached from a much deeper, richer, intellectual perspective – the history of women and power which I really connect with and is very motivating… I am really re-thinking and trying to work differently, much more gently and in tune with my body… I feel so much better about being visible.
— Libby, Sydney, Australia
I love what you do, and you have without a doubt completely changed my life.
— Samantha, Sydney, Australia
Your thoughts on the worldwide problem of women and their oppression/lack of power/permission to be visible attracted me to your work. You are honest, spot on, and without gimmick. That’s so refreshing.
— Shalagh, Maryland, USA
I had the biggest clearing of my life on Monday. Sam you are a wonderful practitioner. You dealt with the cosmic and the pragmatic and the sublime and the (completely) ridiculous, without missing a beat. I am experiencing the world so differently now… and it’s a sweet place to live. So much gratitude. So much love.
— Belinda, Gold Coast, Australia
The School of Visibility headquarters are based in Canberra, Australia. We acknowledge the Ngunnawal and Ngambri people as the traditional owners of this land.
We recognise that the land was never ceded. We support the Uluru Statement from the Heart and we pay our respect to Elders past and present.