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Times are changing.
Our relationship with Money is broken.
And let’s be honest it has been for awhile. 
Our society’s view of wealth is unsustainable.



If our sense of safety and security is attached to it always going up, always getting ahead, always earning more (and so on), then we will constantly be disappointed. 

If we shift, and learn how to navigate with the ups and downs of life more skillfully, 
we will feel more rooted and available to all the uncertainties life will inevitably bring our way.

Let's start first by looking at our relationship with money.

It It is so common to feel intense emotions like :

fear, shame, greed, anger and guilt when we think of money.

Our feelings toward money are also deeply woven 

with our lineage (our families’ relationship with money/power/wealth), 
in addition to our direct experiences with
money throughout our life.  


So much of the pain we’ve experienced (like feelings of unworthiness)

often gets directed toward money without us even directly realizing it. 


We hear.... We're not wealthy enough, we're not successful enough, and so on. 


And as a result….We place our happiness on whether or not we have enough money.

If we place our need for safety and satisfaction solely on money,

we give our power away.

I’m here to remind you

(not through magical math

or abundance thinking)

that your sense of embodied wealth

is actually not tied to how much you have

in the bank, but rather to a

full experience and participation in life.

You can feel extremely wealthy without a lot of financial resources, or you can feel extremely poor when you have millions. 


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I'm Elizabeth Husserl,
and this is my life's work.

In my years of financial planning and investment work with clients of all backgrounds, I’ve come to discover the simple truth that

EVERYONE struggles with money,

no matter how much or how little they have.  


This points to a deeper lesson that our relationship with money does not define us, but rather it is a gateway into our relationship with ourselves.


True financial power lies here. 

We’ve come to believe wealth is

something you acquire instead of something you participate with every day. This is SO important! 

This involves unpacking your financial history, normalizing your money pain and grievances, and learning how to

OWN your sense of security.


What does it mean to embody wealth?

Get to the heart of your financial challenges and goals, and learn how to truly embody a life you desire.

This course will forever change your relationship with money, and help you uncover what has been blocking

your thriving.

"The Aha part was that I discovered is ...
I can have a relationship with money and

that I could live a life of 'Enough-ness'.


This discovery HUGE. In fact it feels like

the secret I have been waiting to uncover,

in so many aspects of my life. I am enough. 

I say it often and it releases me

from many things.  

--- Adrienne

Embodying Wealth is like any mindfulness practice.


It is an invitation to translate all of the inner work we do,

like what we do on the yoga mat or meditation cushion, or in a session with a therapist, to our relationship with money.

Security is born out of your ability to both navigate

the currents of life while standing as strong as a tree.

Real security comes from knowing that you have

the tools to meet what life brings your way.

By turning towards your relationship to money,

you create and design your relationship with money everyday,

and we get to decide if we do that consciously or unconsciously. 



A life of Embodied Wealth
is for you if:

You are tired of repeating the same stories with money and want to shift.

You know that having money doesn’t solve an experience of

not-enoughness or dissatisfaction.

You are willing to do the work to change. 

You are aware that no one

has more transformational power for your life that you.

You want nuanced guidance in how to design a life of Embodied Wealth

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