Why I Offer Scholarships
In 2009 and 2010, I was broker than a joker but soooo hungry for spiritual knowledge and wisdom. I borrowed from the library, read everything I could get my hands on, and felt teeeeeerrible that I could offer to pay for the courses and books that changed my life. I remember one company that didn’t make me feel like a tool for not having money – Brian Johnson’s Philosopher’s Notes. He had a scholarship option and I applied. I told him I’D DO ANYTHING FOR THOSE NOTES AND I’D MAKE SURE TO PAY IT FORWARD WHENEVER I WAS IN A POSITION TO HELP. I probably didn’t capitalize it when I applied, but I was dead serious.
This is me honoring my promise.
I know times get tough. Sometimes we get called to develop spiritually but can’t afford what we really need. I get it. I’ve been there.
That’s why I offer scholarships.
Different Kinds of Scholarships
I offer two types of scholarships. Full scholarships and partial scholarships.
A FULL SCHOLARSHIP is right for you if you are still working out how to pay for rent/mortgage/food/essentials and feel a deep calling to develop your psychic abilities or manage your empathiness. In this scholarship option, you don’t pay a dime and I allow you into the course(s) that are ideal for you.
A PARTIAL SCHOLARSHIP is right for you if you can’t afford the full amount of the program(s) (doing so would put you in financial hardship) but you feel a deep calling to develop your psychic abilities or manage your empathiness. In this scholarship option, you choose the right price for your financial situation and I allow you into the course(s) after you pay the invoice.
An obvious note: This move is a bit controversial. Here’s the deal, I trust that you will get the full value for the course that ethically ask for. I outlined the basics here, but trust your gut. If your gut says you need a scholarship and you don’t fit the criteria perfectly, honor it. If you fit the criteria, but your gut says pay the full price, honor it.
Basically, trust your gut.
I know from experience only those who give energetically can receive the full value of the program. Honor your intuition.
Which Courses Are Scholarships Available For
Follow the links to learn more about them.
How You Can Become Eligible for a Scholarship
In order to be eligible for a scholarship, you MUST complete the Forgive the Shit Out of Your Life 30 day course. It’s free. You don’t need to rush and don’t worry about perfection. Show up as best as you can and complete all 30 lessons in whatever way inspires you. You can either…
Do it once a day (as I have it outlined) – this is great if you are a bit of a procrastinator and want a daily prompt to spend 5-15 minutes working on your forgiveness practice
Do it once a week binge style – this is great if you have a chronic health condition, a seriously chaotic life, or simply don’t do anything every day (and aren’t likely to change now)
Full disclosure? I’m a binge forgiver. I find it much easier to go deep once a week vs. doing a little bit every day. As long as you show up and do the work, you can’t do it wrong. (But don’t try to do it all in a day, okay?)
All you need to do is 300-500 word essay on your forgiveness journey. Then I read it. Then I give you the scholarship. Easy peasy.