reconnect to your real you, find your voice, and uncover your power in your life and the world #unblock #reclaim
We spent 15 years experimenting with the possibilities for life beyond our one size fits all march of study, work, shop, die. What we found was an unending reservoir of untapped potential hidden inside every one of us and the possibility of harnessing this extraordinary energy as a force for so much awesome in our lives and the world.
Reveal. Unblock. Investigate. Uncover. Releasing the energy of you is the real adventure of life.
The question is how?
Looking for something more? Got that feeling that something’s missing? Wondering where you’re supposed to be?
Is this it?
rediscover your self: incredible (tried and tested) impactful (seriously they work) and inspiring (pure magic) ways to reclaim/reconnect/rediscover your you, your energy and your unique diverse awesome and use all that untapped incredible potential as a force for good in your life and the world.
Our online labs
are an eclectic collection of practical perspectives and interactive experiments. Organically created, each lab was deeply informed by real people on their real journeys towards greater moments of self awareness, insight, transformation, and joy. Use them to travel through the unknown parts of you as you dive into this carefully curated collection of self directed questions, evocative images, and motivating tools, and reclaim your power for yourself and everyone.
The labs are self directed. Choose YOUR path. Take the first step. Your way is the way.
It is a good thing, therefore, to make short excursions now and then to the bottom of the sea among dulse and coral, or up among the clouds on mountain-tops, or in balloons, or even to creep like worms into dark holes and caverns underground, not only to learn something of what is going on in those out-of-the-way places, but to see better what the sun sees on our return to common everyday beauty.
John Muir, Scottish naturalist, writer, activist, wilderness advocate, and generally awesome guy (excerpt from The Mountains of California)