Elizabeth Radcliffe

Self-Help

Author Profile

Elizabeth  Radcliffe

Elizabeth Radcliffe (she/her/hers) was born and raised in Chicago, where the weather taught her to live with and, eventually, love uncertainty. She graduated from Indiana University with a BA in Philosophy and a background in Religious Studies. During a 1997 study abroad stint in Canterbury, England she dove headfirst into the ponderous pool of spirituality, from which she has never quite emerged. She now balances her life as a full-time working mom of two young tricksters with teaching workshops on manifestation, intuition, and the Spiritual Path through the Chicago Mind-Body-Spirit MeetUp group. Please visit her at RadSoulwork.com for more information.

Books

Soulwork

Self-Help

Science demands we look at the world through a rational lens, and religion asks us to rely on faith, but most of us fall somewhere in between. We want to engage with our soul and connect to something larger than ourselves in a way that honors both our head and our heart. With love and compassion for the human journey, Soulwork offers a thoughtful approach to navigating the nebulous world of personal spiritual development. Using plenty of real-life examples, this book can help you;

  • Understand the life-changing benefits of doing your Soulwork
  • Connect with your own energy and that of the Universe
  • Tackle common barriers to working with unseen guidance
  • Determine if the Universe is trying to tell you something (vs. just your imagination)
  • Find your Soulwork, heal your core wounds, and bring your gifts into the world

Whether your spirituality is independent of a faith tradition or aligns with a current religious framework, Soulwork presents a process to help you get out of your own way to manifest your most fulfilling and meaningful life.

Book Bubbles from Soulwork

Living by the Seasons

I live in the northern part of the Northern Hemisphere and in January it's cold and dark. When it's hard to get out of bed in the morning, I remind myself that this is typically 'hibernation time' and what's wrong with leaning into that a little? I also find solace in remembering that we start the year AFTER the winter solstice. Which means - for us Northern Hemisphere folks - every day is a little bit lighter than the last. It's this time of year when I ponder what I want out of the next eleven months. Yes, I'm hibernating and recovering from the year just past. But, what seeds for my future will I plant in the spring? What projects will I embrace with the high energy of the summer? And what will I harvest in the fall? I hope, wherever you are, this upcoming year offers you opportunities to be the you that you've always wanted to be. Much love for you on your journey - wherever it may lead!

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