Chances are, you’ve noticed the moon at some point in your life. Maybe the deep inky black of a moonless night sky. Or the large luminous orb of a full moon rising. Maybe you’ve even joked about feeling a little full moon crazy.
Back when Dr Ezzie Spencer was studying history and law, and then when she did her PhD in women’s wellbeing after sexual violence, she noticed the moon, too.
And, while working crazy 70-hour weeks as a lawyer or while studying like a woman on a mission, she’d scribble in her journal. About how she was feeling and about what was happening in her life. And often these musings were accompanied by a little drawing of what the moon looked like that night.
Over time, Ezzie became deeply familiar with the moon’s cycles – not just the full moon but the other seven stages in between, too.
And she noticed that when she moved in rhythm with these cycles, things in her life seemed to flow with much more ease. Friends noticed the change and started asking to learn this stuff. Then strangers did, too.
These days, Ezzie’s Lunar Abundance practice is gaining international recognition. Through her online Salon program and via regular speaking events, Ezzie teaches women worldwide how to cultivate inner peace and prosperity by following the moon’s cycle.
In this podcast, Ezzie reveals just how she did it, how she left behind her law career and turned her personal practice into a thriving business. And what I love best, is that there was no dramatic leap, no overnight success, no pushing, no pressure, no race to six-figure incomes. In fact, Ezzie – who says she’s a risk-adverse introvert – actively avoided all that. Instead, she found this beautifully feminine way to deal with crippling fear that bubbled up almost daily and threatened to hold her back.
And yep, you guessed it – it all comes back to the moon.
In this interview, Ezzie shares:
+ How she turned her personal moon practice, developed over years of scribbling in her journal, into a thriving business helping hundreds of women worldwide.
+ What lunar abundance actually is – and why abundance is about far more than just money – and how to tap into it in all areas of your life.
+ Why women, particularly, need help with the yin side of life, the practice of resting and receiving.
+ How the heady, intellectual, masculine world of law took Ezzie away from feminine connection with her body, intuition, feelings and emotions – and how she used the moon to reconnect.
+ Why she calls herself a “recovering over-achiever”.
+ Why she believes fear and discomfort never goes away and her personal practice for getting comfortable with the uncomfortable.
+ How following the moon’s cycles helps Ezzie make sense of her own rhythms and emotional ebbs and flows.
+ How a trip to San Francisco changed her whole attitude toward money, which catapulted her Lunar Abundance practice from a fun hobby to a full-time business.
Listen to the podcast:
My favourite quote from Ezzie’s interview is:
Resources Ezzie mentions in this interview:
+ Free lunar abundance planner – Ezzie’s free moon calendar, designed to help you follow a natural pathway to peace and prosperity.
+ Lunar Abundance Salon – Ezzie’s online program teaching how to create more abundance the feminine way, while living in the flow.
+ Suffragette film – a 2015 British film about the fight for women’s suffrage.
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