Wealth embodiment guide Tori Washington on creating a wealth identity.

Season #7 Episode #94

Are you ready to receive? Because I want you to go into this honest conversation with an understanding that it has the potential to spark real and meaningful change in your life. Evolution. I was actually crying quietly in the background for a lot of this conversation. 


Tori Washington calls herself a money medicine woman. She’s a business and sales mentor, and the founder of Wealth Embodiment Flow. It’s a somatic financial practice that exists to reprogram our relationship with money, and what it means to feel prosperous from a cellular level.   


You know, I always talk about us all being loving ideas in the eyes of God. Speaking to Tori, I felt God in the room. She is such a steady and clear vessel, and being in the presence of someone who is here doing God’s work. . . It's rare. And that makes it energising. Exciting. Through mentors like Tori, we’re able to bear witness to what it looks and sounds like when we’re living in alignment with our true nature and using our unique gifts to serve. 


This is Offline’s reason to exist. 


This episode is dedicated to what it means and looks like to create a wealth identity from someone who has lived it herself. Tori filed for bankruptcy four years ago and at the time of recording, had just celebrated her first million dollar year. 


Keep going. Don’t give up. 


I don’t need to hope this one helps you on your way. I know it will. Thank you for being here.

 

Alison xo

 

 

 

Offline is a resource for anyone evolving beyond the traditional ideals of success, to explore professional pathways that are more aligned to their true nature, unique gifts and passions. 

 

Visit www.getoffline.co to learn more about Alison’s career coaching, professional development opportunities and community experiences, or follow @getoffline.co and @alisonlarsenrice.

 

Alison Rice acknowledges the Traditional Owners of the country on which she creates today, the Gadigal people of the Eora nation, and recognises their continuing connection to land, waters and culture. She pays her respects to their Elders past, present and emerging.


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