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Shannon is a therapist-turned-coach leading heart-centered retreats around the globe. In addition to her yoga/meditation certificates, Shannon holds a degree in business as well as a masters in behavioral science, along with over two decades of working with individuals in career and self-growth for a complete mind & body approach of health, peace & prosperity.

Shannon is also co-host of her popular podcast, Happy Hour. In addition, she travels the globe conducting talks on stress, happiness, and success.

Shannon lives in Southern California with her family and loves spending time in nature, ...See All

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Bachelors in business
Masters in behavioral science
200 hr YTT

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What does Conscious Vision Planning mean? The word Conscious has infiltrated the world in recent years. However, let’s consider what it really means to live consciously, let alone plan around it? For many, “conscious living” brings up a sense of community, like-minded individuals, or perhaps a feeling of peace and self-power. For others, “conscious living” is about “tree-huggers,” chanting and Whole Foods. What is it to be conscious? Essentially, being “conscious” is about bringing AWARENESS to every aspect of your life — inside and out. Think about it. How many opportunities are there to bring “consciousness” to? There are literally thousands of big and little things to bring our full attention to, or not. We can consciously evaluate each area of life, such as our health, finances, relationships, fun, our environment and our spirituality. We can be conscious of our thoughts and beliefs that are shaping our lives. Beliefs about ourselves, others, politics, the media and the world. Beliefs about what is good and what is bad. Thoughts that are true or untrue in reality. We can be conscious of our choices. What do you say “yes” to? What do you say “no” to? Will you work out today? Eat healthfully? Break the law or follow the law? Be considerate or rude? What will you focus on today? Is the glass half full or half empty? We can be conscious about setting goals and influencing the quality of our lives. What are your dreams? What are you really committed to? Who do you want to spend time with? Are you moving toward your goals? We can be conscious during activities – talking, eating, working out, having sex, cleaning, sailing, driving, cooking, showering, walking the dog or reading. We can be conscious of our authentic selves. Our strengths, weaknesses, and personality tendencies. Our desires. Our level of happiness. Our passions. We can be conscious of being conscious. Noticing when we are “present to life” or “checked out.” When all of our senses are engaged, or when we are numb. WHY get more “conscious”? The more “consciousness” one brings to any aspect of life, the greater power there is. Power to make a positive change or to influence an outcome. Power to experience a deeper level of fulfillment and joy. Power to be more authentically expressive. Power to create and choose. Everything starts with consciousness. Where there is consciousness there is power. Where there is lack of consciousness, we live our lives out of conditioned habit and impulses — which may or may not serve our highest potential and happiness. There is so much to pay attention to in life, it is easy to go on “autopilot,” to go unconscious. Our minds are set up to help us multi-task in this hectic digital crazed world. Unfortunately, where ever we are on autopilot, we’re not consciously directing our lives. Let’s say you want to improve your relationship, health or financial situation. Obviously, without a minimal level of consciousness we might not even notice we want to improve that area — or that we’re even unhappy. Once conscious, we can get honest with ourselves. What is the current state of our relationship, health or financial situation? And, perhaps even more important, what is it that YOU want? From here, we can expand our knowledge (consciousness) of what could improve our relationships, health or financial situation, or move us toward our desired outcome. Conscious actions follow. We read a book about relationships, choose healthy foods at the grocery store or focus on increasing profits or sales. Consciously noticing if what we’re doing is working or not helps us fine tune our focus. Using this thought process, we can apply this awareness, this consciousness to our vision planning as we head into a new year, a new season, a new job, a new ANYTHING of our lives. In this course you will: Become more conscious of the 7 key important areas of your life: Mental Social Spiritual Family Career Financial Health Develop new perspectives and priorities Cultivate a sense of empowering language Create a purposeful plan to experience more fulfillment in key aspects of your life: business, personal, health, relationships Course Outline: My 3 step process included in 3 dynamic sections Video for each step/section In depth worksheets & templates for each step/section Step 1: Learn what conscious vision planning is Understand your conscious wheel with 7 key areas of focus Create your mantra/sankalpa Create your initial vision conscious vision plan Section 2: Create an impactful vision board Develop powerful affirmations Learn the 1 thing that changes everything with language Section 3 Learnings: Develop a support & accountability system for sustainability Finalize our conscious vision plan
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