Come and join the Ownit Circle | Wake up to the truth that you are powerful!
My name is Sietske Cuhfus. I am 50 years old, living with my husband and my two sons in the Netherlands. I've always had a foresight view, seeing things before others did, but I lacked the confidence to really own it and express it.
My search for meaning woke me up to another kind of consciousness where I could learn to see my real self, to be myself, and own it. I’ve chosen to take responsibility for the creation of a life that is aligned with who I am, and that will make an impact on my family, my community, or beyond. It still scares the shit out of me, but I believe there is no other way. I have to own who I am and learn how to tap into the power within. Only then will I be able to accept, forgive, and act out of love, using my power for good.
More and more women and men are waking up to the fact that change has to happen. It’s vital to the survival of our planet, the animals, and people, our kids future. We need a change of heart, from fear to love.
We are also realizing that no one is going to do it for us. It has to start with us, from within. One person at a time. Each of us will take responsibility for our own lives, escaping the victim state we are in. By growing our awareness and our spirituality, and express our creativity, transformation will happen.There is a major shift of consciousness going on and you can be part of it. Start something that matters and lead with your heart.
If you’re a bit like me, you need a bit of encouragement, some direction or recognition (to cast away the self-doubt), and a feeling you belong.
With Ownit Magazine I will pre-select content that will support you on your journey. It will provide you with content, education and tools to inspire you to start your inner transformation, to free your potential, so you can rise, become powerful, be visible, and help others.
One by one we’ll transform and be the change our world so desperately needs.
Love from me, Sietske
Come on and join me.
"Our fear of power is our fear of becoming who we really are. This fear keeps us settling for less, instead of striving for more, shrinking to fit, rather than to play full out, clinging to safety to avoid taking the leap." Barbara Huson - Sacred Succes