About Enlighten Your Life
Connecting people with their creative and spiritual magnificence is my life’s mission.
Studying shamanism while actively engaged in the business world taught me that the spiritual and the practical aren’t mutually exclusive. In fact, they are intrinsically interconnected.
Ignoring either throws a person out of balance and inhibits their ability to fully engage with life and live it with meaning, purpose, and personal sovereignty.
Today, I act as a catalyst for people who wish to bring their deepest creative dreams and spiritual aspirations into practical manifestation, right here, right now.
As a guiding hand, I offer wisdom stories from the path, shamanic and metaphysical tools and techniques to navigate rough waters, and a sacred mirror which reflects each individual’s inner light. Individuals are supported in discovering and expressing the hidden jewels of spirituality, creativity, and authenticity within them. They learn how to create magic, chart a course in alignment with their own inner wisdom, and manifest amazing changes in how they feel about themselves and in the circumstances of their outer worlds.
About Sarah Anne Shockley
Sarah Anne Shockley, MBA, has worked in high-tech management and teaching undergraduate business administration and is a Master Practitioner of Transformational Neuro-Linguistic Programming. Having spent more than a decade studying with Native American and Nordic shamans, she is dedicated to helping others implement spiritual practices to enrich all areas of their lives.
About Women's New Thought Library
Women's New Thought Library (WNTL) is one of Enlighten Your Life's projects. It's purpose is to bring some of the best metaphysical books ever written, the forerunners of the Law of Attraction and New Age movements, to contemporary readers. These books were largely published in the 1920's in very male-dominant wording. WTNL transcribes these important works into language which is inclusive of and empowering to women, while retaining the same overall content and otherwise staying true to the original authors' writing style.