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#sparkchamber 052118 — Stacey J. Warner

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A “leap of faith” requires trust in the unknown, holding possibility in uncertainty, believing in an invisible support system. Today, #sparkchamber is graced with the pure light of intuitive idealist Stacey J. Warner, who helps people find their way to make such a jump.

A seeker her entire life, Stacey walks the walk. In 2011, as a single mother, age 41, she left a comfortable, reliable film industry job in Los Angeles, moved to Austin, TX, and became a Certified Life Coach. Frightening as it was, “I’m so glad I had the guts to do it. The challenges of being an entrepreneur forced me to grow and expand in ways I didn’t think were possible.”

Stacey now helps others forge better relationships with their own true selves, allowing them to take greater risks and live from a more authentic place. She calls it radical consciousness, and her coaching style is not for the faint of heart! For people who want to dig deep, “denial is not an option” as they look to discover, then break, repeating, subconscious patterns.

Stacey offers one-on-one coaching, private guided meditation, and The Horse Work. 90% of communication is non-verbal, and horses have the capability of tapping into something deep within, mirroring what is not working in our own lives.

Upcoming June 23 to July 1, you can join Stacey at a yoga and adventure retreat in Costa Rica. Designed to remind each of us who we truly are, and that we can make anything happen with focused energy, this week-long journey is filled with adventures that get the heart racing and the belly-fire roaring.

Learn more at her website, and keep track on Facebook.

1.] Where do ideas come from?

The ether. It’s true, but being in the shower or going on a hike really seems to help.  Whenever I’m “stuck,” I walk away from the computer or whatever I’m working on until I’m inspired again. I don’t force anything.

2.] What is the itch you are scratching?

Helping people. I’m committed to understanding people’s wounding and how to heal it so they can live truly fulfilled happy lives by integrating spirituality and psychology. A few years ago, I had a boyfriend that passed away suddenly. I could feel his energy and his remorse for the choices he had made in his life after he passed. While I was dating him, I received a “download” about him that was completely on point and if he had been open to it, I could have shared it with him and maybe changed his life. I want people to live not from their wounding, trapped in ego, but from freedom. It’s embarrassing to admit, but I’m able to read people’s souls, and nothing brings me more joy then seeing my clients live authentic lives. It’s so much easier said than done though. It takes an incredible amount of courage and the ability to be uncomfortable. 

3.] Early bird or night owl, tortoise or hare?

Early bird. I love the morning light, a cup of tea, and 20 minutes with my journal. And hare. I have a concrete idea. I write it down and then let the magic happen. It usually doesn’t take long for an idea to become manifested. 

4.] How do you know when you are done?

Perhaps it’s more about when do you know if it’s time to share? Sometimes you don’t ever know if something is done until you let it live out in the world a little. Perfectionism can stop creativity so it’s important to say, good enough for now. I can always improve upon it later, but it’s time to share and receive feedback. Now that I’m thinking about it, does a true artist ever feel their work is done? It always seems there is room for improvement, right? It’s what keeps life exciting. It’s what stirs the passion.