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"Being a member of the Soulwoman Circles creates a safe space where I can explore a vast wealth of topics that not only enriches my life but allows for healing, spiritual growth, and personal transformation. It is Sisterhood at its finest."
"The Soulwoman Circles have given me many practical tools and exercises to help me stay grounded and connected to my heart. And then there is this awesome group of women in the Circles too! Collectively there is so much wisdom, acceptance, kindness, compassion, and love spread inside the Circles. It is truly an honor and awesome experience to be a part of it."
"I have become a much more confident and independent woman, and now know how to step into my power and own my shit. I am much more intuitive and connected to my Source. I worry less about other people and what they think. I have softened my ego-centered nature and focus on a more compassionate way of thinking. Self-care Saturday has become a weekly ritual of deep soaking or getting a massage, walking in nature, or doing something for myself like sleeping in as long as I want to, or connecting with a friend. I am also a much better listener because being in Circle helps me to be more mindful and tap into my feminine intuitive energy."
Dr. Mia Rose is the CEO of Soulwoman. She is a registered psychologist, prize-winning author and award-winning entrepreneur. Mia lives at the foot of the Great Barrier Reef in Australia, with her husband, John.
Karen Ferguson joined Soulwoman in 2014 as Editor of Soulwoman eMagazine. She is the Chief Cheerleader and Creative Muse in the Soulwoman Circles.
Karen lives in South-Africa with her husband, two boys, a dog and a couple of koi.
The David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust
Karen and I both have our roots in Africa and we have a heart for our threatened elephant and rhino populations as they struggle against the threat of poaching for their ivory and horn. We are currently losing an average of 4 rhino per day in South Africa alone!
When a tiny new-born elephant is orphaned, it is often because its mother and family have been killed to serve the brutal ivory trade. And for an elephant, family is all important; a calf’s very existence depends upon its mother’s milk for the first two years of life.
The David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust has saved over 150 orphaned infant calves, which would otherwise have perished. More importantly, every one of these orphans can look forward to a quality of life in wild terms, living free in Tsavo East National Park protected by their new extended orphaned family and friends amongst the wild herds.
Every month in the Soulwoman Circles, we have a draw to foster another little baby elephant for a year, in the name of one of our Soulwoman Circle participants. The lucky foster mama becomes the recipient of a fostering certificate with a profile and photograph of her adopted orphan, together with a description of the Orphans’ Project. She also receives updates on her little one directly from the Trust.
Our ellie foster herd has now grown to over 30!