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When I was about 8 years old, I received a Fisher Price doctor’s kit for Christmas.

Inside was a little stethoscope, a blood pressure cuff, one of those reflex testers for the knee, and a bunch of other things that I remember thinking were soooooo cool.

So cool in fact that I decided I wanted to be a doctor.

I mean, if this was the kid’s toy version, what other awesome things would there be when I started doing it for real?

I told everyone I knew that’s what I was going to be when I grew up.

And I held onto that until I was about 18 and started realizing after taking a number of classes that I really didn’t love the sciences. I was good at applied science because I was curious about how things worked–but everything else… meh.

It was surprisingly hard for me to let go of that sense of identity. The geeky kid who wanted to be a doctor.

Even harder to tell others that how I identified myself had changed.

When we have a fixed sense of identity it can not only keep us from experiencing the change that we want but often even prevent us from embodying a new, higher-resonating version of ourselves.

In this week’s episode, Fiona and I talk about the sense of identity, what it is, how it can actually just be “mind candy” and how it can limit us from accessing more joyfulness and community.

The Group Frequency Calibration® (GFC) associated with this episode will begin to release the distortion patterns that keep us from being stuck where we are and away from where we want to be.

Without releasing these distortion patterns, we can have a much smaller, limited experience of life.

Let’s rise together!™



Did you know that one of the biggest obstacles to the change or transformation we want to experience is the attachment to who we think we are? Or said differently, our identity?

In this episode, we explore our attachment to identity, what that can look like, how it limits us, and how our experience can radically change once we loosen the grip of attachment.