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Part 1: Close Up Radio Spotlights Ashra Bennett of Ashra Global

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Mill Valley, CA – Ashra is a transformational sacred divine feminine embodiment coach, 7th generation Seer, Channel and the founder of Ashra Global.

After nearly two decades in corporate executive leadership working with thousands of direct reports, today, Ashra works with women around the world to integrate intuition and embodied wisdom into their everyday lives.

Ashra says the women who work her share “courageous conversations.”

“Those conversations are challenging and always unique as the women sharing them,” says Ashra. “A lot of it is around self-worth, self-validation, self-identity, self-acceptance.”

According to Ashra, our bodies is our greatest barometer of truth and transparency. We live very busy lives, juggling many roles in the home and in the community. Falsely we believe there's no time for downtime or introspection. It becomes a muscle that we must be willingly curious to develop. When we do, we can be attuned to the body in ways that confidently gift clarity on what to lead with intuitively, emotionally, intellectually in physicality.

“The more you can be more present with what your body needs, the acknowledgement that it needs, the more you can change your inner-reality,” says Ashra. “You are the driver of your destiny. If you change your inner-reality, new realities reveal themselves in the externality of the world you live in.”

Ashra explains that every women connects uniquely. As we all meet each moment in time in our life as far as we are ready to meet ourselves. No two people see the world exactly the same, nor should they. That's what makes women so uniquely individual in their own self-empowerment when they know how to access it. 

For more information, visit https://ashra.global/