However you found me, welcome.
Welcome to a different kind of spirituality. A spirituality that applauds fiery questioning. That teaches you how to outsmart fear with intuition. That can love you through the grief.
My name is Staci Boden, and I’ve been practicing following energy since I was a teenager.
Today, I draw upon over 15 years of experience as a facilitator, counselor, author and energy worker to teach individuals and groups how to navigate life.
Some call me a life coach. I prefer healing practitioner and energy worker. Or guide. This quote from a beloved client says a lot, “Staci does not lead you to deep places unattended.”
I’m here to get behind you and your healing. To travel with you as you practice letting go and following.
The key word here is “practice.”
You can’t learn to let go with your mind alone.
Letting go takes practice.
You practice by excavating old feelings, fears, stuck energy, and belief systems.
You practice through experiencing non-ordinary states of consciousness like guided imagery, conscious dance and/or breathwork.
You practice by learning how to connect with your body to inhabit yourself in a new way.
You also practice by how you relate to people, projects and decisions in your daily life.
Letting go definitely includes developing healthy boundaries. Something we all need lots of practice to learn!
After practicing letting go, you naturally start to follow energy—a process that includes noticing, holding, sitting with and following energy.
Following energy means learning how to stay behind it. Do not get in front of the energy.
Pulling ourselves back takes years of practice, especially because of our control hungry culture.
But ultimately, learning how to let go and follow is so worthwhile. It’s when the magic can start.
Letting go and following connects you with the unknown mystery, your higher power, soul, psyche, God, Spirit, Earth, Shakti—whatever is sacred in your life.
The paradox is, the more you surrender to the unknown, the more creative flow arrives. The more life surprises you with meaningful synchronicity.
Don’t get me wrong. This isn’t about waving a magic wand to keep all hardship away. Life may still happen.
But through practicing letting go and following, you can now access to the most precious resource of all: your whole self.
And why is this a good thing? Because from then on, whether you’re living your dreams or navigating a painful reality, you have become your own magic wand.
Where to start?