011 – Exploring the dark night of the soul and nature with Makeda Pennycooke


We’re back with another super deluxe episode for you to get your ears and hearts around. Recorded in June with the wonderful Makeda Pennycooke, this episode still holds nuggets of wisdom relevant to the here and now.

Episode Notes
While we got comfortable over a a pot of tea, this conversation was a gem to be part of as Makeda shares the details of her journey that brings her to the present day being service to people who are navigating through changes in their lives. She will hold space for you to discover the answers and wisdom which lies within you.

What you’ll hear us talking about in this episode is:

  • social media hiatus
  • the power within our names
  • where we are situated physically
  • what Makeda does to support people going through changes
  • the dark night of the soul
  • unravelling in life
  • religion v spirituality
  • childhoods spent in Jamaica
  • the energy from the trees
  • belonging v ownership
  • intellectual v embodied experience
  • leaning into pleasure and joy
  • how nature teaches us to be
  • sensuality and sex
  • a gratitude practice
  • coaching offering for BIPOC

Mindset and Empowerment Coach, Makeda Pennycooke is a speaker, teacher, and workshop facilitator with over two decades of experience in leadership and personal development. After navigating multiple major life and career changes, she firmly believes fear is temporary, but regret is permanent. She uses the lessons she’s learned to support women who are facing a crossroads in their life, find their brave and rise into their greatness.

Her genius is in creating a safe space for her clients as they navigate the chaos of the in-between, the space between what was & what is not yet. Makeda specializes in tools and strategies for dealing with your negative self-talk, limiting beliefs, and the fears that keep you stuck living a life that’s less than the one you are capable of living.

She believes the ocean is magic, chocolate makes everything better, and life should be filled with moments that make your heart sing. She’s a city girl through and through who found unexpected healing in Mother Nature’s sanctuary.

Makeda Pennycooke lives in Charlotte, NC, United States.

Website Link: https://makedapennycooke.com/

Social Media: IG: @makedapennycooke

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