Liesel’s Blog

Divine Masculine

Last night I sat in a room filled with men who are cultivating the Divine Masculine. Men who are anchored in their hearts – men who are anchored in their MASCULINITY It was a beautiful thing to witness, to be a part of, to soften into. It was the welcoming home ceremony for MEN and […]

Addicted to your process?

I know my next post was supposed to be more on the masculine and feminine and I’ll come back to it. I promise. There’s been something else that’s also been on my mind a lot lately. It’s the idea of being ‘addicted to your process’. You know what I mean? Continuing to hash and rehash […]

Attracting a Masculine Man

So many women share with me how they want a “real man” not a boy. We want a man who is Masculine AND Loving. Strong AND Open. As my husband Craig teaches men to do – we want a man who brings his balls and his heart together… Mmmmhhhmmmm. YES! That’s the kind of man […]

Receiving v. Hoarding

Most people who know me think I am really good at receiving. I take baths. I go for long walks by myself. I receive amazing healing work. I eat beautiful organic food. I have a husband who is very present and loves me very much. And yet I am often left unsatisfied. Do you ever […]

How did your retreat go?

I have been asked this question quite a lot this past week. Last weekend I led The Attract Your Soulmate Weekend at an incredible retreat center in the mountains of Santa Barbara. How did it go? For me, it felt like a huge exhale, like coming home. Sitting in a circle of women in a […]

Radiance & Juiciness just for you!

Our culture is great at telling us how to be feminine and sexy “Wear this, use this product, eat this, and you will be prettier, younger, sexier…then you can get a man.” I have an idea. What if we as women decide to be feminine, sexy, radiant – juicy even – just for ourselves. Just […]

A Good Start

People often assume when they meet my husband Craig that I have always had “great” relationships. It’s actually far from true (apologies to any of my exes reading this). I spent almost all of my time from age 15 to 32 in relationships, but none them were great, in fact the long term ones were […]