A small group program for women who want to share their voice and wisdom.

A space from which to nurture and strengthen your unique voice, drawing on the power of the Divine Feminine.

A space for discussion and reflection on transforming cultures by allowing truth/wisdom to speak clearly and powerfully.

March 4 to May 6, 2021

Thursdays 9:30am PST

March 17 to May 19, 2021

Wednesdays 9:30am PST

CLASSES FULL – to waitlist, email Linda

The time has come to step up. To speak Truth. To put the story of who we are and how we see things into words…and to share those ideas and experiences with grace, strength and clarity.

Too often, we’ve been interrupted, dismissed, talked over, ignored or condescended, too, and in some cases, punished. And too often, we’ve walked away with the awful feeling that it was our fault. Maybe we weren’t logical enough.  Maybe we weren’t articulate enough.  Maybe our voices didn’t count.

It’s time to claim our unique magic, our divine feminine nature and share our voices and truth.

Gender research suggests that cultural biases diminish, disempower, and stifle the feminine voice. We must rise above those biases and link arms to shift that culture.

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TOPICS

  • Courageous Presence
  • The Divine Feminine: The Truth of Who You Are
  • Listening for Wisdom
  • Vanquishing Doubt
  • Speaking from Wisdom
  • Embracing Your Unique Voice
  • The Transformational Power of the Collective: I’m Speaking

Join Dr. Linda Pettit, intuitive spirituality teacher and retired counseling psychologist and Lydia Randolph, transformative coach, owner of You Are True North, for I’m Speaking. Together, Linda and Lydia bring professional experience in corporate, nonprofit, mental health and academia to the table.

I’m Speaking is a 10-week program for women who want to lean into wisdom and to walk away with a powerful, authentic voice. It’s a small group program for women who want support, encouragement and feedback from others.

We want you to leave this program dialed into your unique voice.  We want you to leave with a powerful recognition of when and how wisdom speaks to you.

The Format

Thursday Class: Ten weeks. Five two-hour webinars every other week starting March 4, 2021 (9:30-11:30AM PST). Five 1-hour “playshop” discussions (9:30-10:30AM PST).

Two-hour Webinars: March 4, 18, April 8, 22, May 6

One-hour Playshops: March 11, 25, April 1, 15, 29

Wednesday Class: Ten weeks. Five 2-hour webinars every other week starting March 17, 2021 (9:30-11:30AM PST). Five 1-hour “playshop” discussions (9:30-10:30AM PST).

Two-hour Webinars: March 17, 31, April 21, May 5, 19

One-hour Playshops: March 24, April 7, 14,28, May 12

 

 

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About Your Presenters

Dr. Linda Pettit

A priestess-at-heart, I work with men and women willing to become apprentices to the silence within, the wisdom within, so that they can release intuition, depth, authentic expression, mystery, and magic into the creative work of their choice.

I’ve studied and shared the Three Principles for fifteen years and practiced counseling and psychology for 37. Indigenous wisdom, especially that of Native Americans, intrigues me. I admire the depth and breadth of the work of Carl Jung. I’ve been deeply moved by storyteller and Jungian psychologist Clarissa Pinkola-Estes who wrote the book, “Women Who Run With the Wolves.” The integration of these loves informs my work.

I have an Ed.D. in Counseling Psychology from West Virginia University, an M.A. in Counselor Education from Siena Heights University, and B.A. in Journalism from Michigan State University.  My mental health career has included work in addictions, criminal justice, community agency (child and adult), private practice and academic settings. For five years, I served as director of a counselor education program and dean of a graduate college. I am a retired counseling psychologist.

My husband, Bill, and I live in Phoenix, Arizona and spend summers in Minnesota. We enjoy the company of five children and their significant others, ten grandchildren ranging in age from two to 21 years, and two great-grandchildren!

Lydia Randolph

I love diving into the divine mystery of life via conversation: exploring our experiences of health, connection, and our innate resilience. As a life coach, I create safe and loving space for others to experience greater ease and grace.

For nearly 20 years, I worked as a non-profit social service fundraiser, then changed careers on the heels of a stage four, cancer diagnosis in 2017 and subsequent treatment journey.

Since then, I have reconnected with wonder, adventure, and a profound knowing-ness that we are always innately whole and healthy.

I’ve been deeply inspired and influenced by my grandmother, Maya Angelou, Wayne Dyer, Anita Moorjani, and Victor FrankI.

I’m a recovered, stress-free New Yorker. My fur family consists of a rescue dog, and a fiercely independent cat. I vote, am an avid cyclist, hiker and yoga practitioner.

I now live in Los Angeles, California. The proximity to nature fills my soul with beauty while this city of angels thrives on creativity and diversity.

Lydia Randolph

I love diving into the divine mystery of life via conversation: exploring our experiences of health, connection, and our innate resilience. As a life coach, I create safe and loving space for others to experience greater ease and grace.

For nearly 20 years, I worked as a non-profit social service fundraiser, then changed careers on the heels of a stage four, cancer diagnosis in 2017 and subsequent treatment journey.

Since then, I have reconnected with wonder, adventure, and a profound knowing-ness that we are always innately whole and healthy.

I’ve been deeply inspired and influenced by my grandmother, Maya Angelou, Wayne Dyer, Anita Moorjani, and Victor FrankI.

I’m a recovered, stress-free New Yorker. My fur family consists of a rescue dog, and a fiercely independent cat. I vote, am an avid cyclist, hiker and yoga practitioner.

I now live in Los Angeles, California. The proximity to nature fills my soul with beauty while this city of angels thrives on creativity and diversity.

What Others are Saying

Powerful transformative insights are what become available to people who sit with Bill and Linda Pettit. Give yourself the gift of allowing them to be your guides." — Major Brad Gallup, USMC, USAF | California

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