WHAT DOES IT REALLY MEAN?
Take a few moments to journal about Going Home
What was your experience as you read about Going Home? What thoughts and feelings came up?
What specifically caught your attention? What meaning do you make of that?
In what ways does this have you think differently about caring for your wild soul, your Self?
How will you incorporate the practice of Going Home into your life?
Hi, I'm Rachel Butler
Founder and Creator at Wild Souls Rising
I grew up WILD in rural Alaska and now live in Seattle, WA, where I spend most of my time creating, coaching, developing leaders, wrangling my two little boys, and trying to find my own sense of balance and contribution.
I offer workshops, group programming, 1:1 coaching, and in person retreats to guide women to set down what's no longer working and create her own way by accessing her wild nature and instinctual leadership. I believe conscious women will lead the changes we so desperately need in our world, by showing up intentionally within our chosen work.
At Wild Souls Rising I combine simplicity - and just the right amount of "woo" from my rural Alaskan roots - with leading thinking in leadership and personal development from my 11+ years working with leaders, especially women. I have a Masters in Organizational Systems with a specialization in Leadership in Organizational Development, am a Professional Co-Active Coach, a trained Executive Coach through Saybrook University, a ProSci Certified Change Management Practitioner, a Certified Centering Facilitator, and have a B.S. in Nutrition. I've also followed personal studies in Soul Reclamation, Somatic Experiencing, Mindfulness, Applied Behavioral Sciences, Humanistic and Positive Psychology, Neuroscience, Conflict Mediation, and more.
I look forward to supporting you on your journey to wild!