You’re ready for change

You might be at a turning point in your life, or you may feel it's time to make some different decisions in your relationships, your business, or your organisation.

Either way, it's likely you're experiencing some of the following:

A sense of yearning for a more profound experience of connection -- with yourself, with others, and with Life itself.

You know that personal practice and spiritual community are important ways into that experience, but you've never found a practice that you've been able to maintain, or a community that really feels 'right' -- or you've searched, been hurt, and are cautious about trying again.

A passion that wants to be expressed, a vocation that is calling you, a commitment to Life that you need to fulfil.

You feel the power and energy of it building within you, but you haven't worked out yet what 'it' actually is -- or you know in your heart what it is, but you keep doubting and second guessing yourself, so you stop before you start.

A longing to make action for economic, social, and environmental justice a priority, not just an option -- in your life, your work, your business, or your organisation.

You're already trying to do your bit, but you feel defeated that you don't know what more to do, you feel anxious because there's no way you can ever do enough, or you're worried about getting things wrong and being attacked for it.

Whatever the kind of change you're ready for, being in that place of lacking clarity on where you're going, or confidence to take your next steps is deeply frustrating.

It can sap your energy and your will. It can start eating at your sense of self, it can affect your work, and impact your most intimate relationships.

But with the right support, it can also be a fertile and potent place.

The discomfort of being on the edge of change can become rich soil in which to plant the seeds of who you want to become, what you want to create, and the change you want to make in the world.

One of the ways to get that support is to work with me.

I'm Elinor Predota.

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My work is rooted in the sacred ground where the yearning of our hearts, souls and spirits meets our social, environmental and political commitments.

My clients come to me to find understanding, clarity and confidence, and to develop and grow in ways that enable them to address all of the blocks to connection, to creation, and to action they experience, whether those come from their own feelings and beliefs, or from the people and situations around them.

I offer active accountability and expert guidance to individuals, leaders, teams, and organisations, so that you can:

  • move into the power of uncertainty;
  • plant and nourish the seeds of the self, the work, and the change you yearn for;
  • learn to grapple with core questions that actively support you to go where you want to go.

My approach includes deep engagement in self-reflection, connecting with inner and outer nourishment, and taking action, including making mistakes and learning from them. (You can find out more about me and my approach here.)

We'll almost certainly be a great fit if you:

  • hold a vision in your heart for yourself and the world;
  • want to operate in ways that challenge oppressive systems;
  • are LGBT+, queer, kinky or polyamorous;
  • are neurodivergent, geeky, nerdy or fannish;
  • are chronically ill;
  • intend to fully know yourself, including the depth of your emotions;
  • yearn for magic and the touch of Grace.

When it comes to groups and organisations, my heart holds a special place for those that centre the concerns, insights and desires of the most marginalised, and which have a creative and curious spirit.

We're likely not a good fit if you:

  • balk at doing anything that smacks of spirituality, or any kind of inner work;
  • believe that ideas like unconscious bias and systemic injustice are nonsense;
  • find it unbearably stressful when people challenge your views and beliefs;
  • prefer not to reflect upon your actions and the consequences of them.

Think you might want to work with me?

Of course your are welcome to browse the rest of this website, and check out my social media accounts, but there are some specific ways to get to know me better that many people find more helpful:

1. Check out my vibe

While you'll have got a certain sense for me by reading my words and seeing my picture, it's probably not enough to know whether I'm someone you could work with. Video and audio work much better.

Go here to watch and listen to a number of conversations and interviews with me.

2. Read my testimonials

Coming soon

3. Chat with me.

Yep, just you and me, hanging out, having a conversation in real time. No fee. No agenda.

When you click here, you'll be taken to a magic scheduler to arrange a 20-30 minute Zoom call with me.

During our conversation, if you ask for information about how I can support you, I will tell you about any of my services or products that I think might be a good fit for you.

If you don't ask, but it seems from our conversation that you might benefit from my services or products, I won't talk about them unless I have your active consent.

I look forward to meeting you!

in love and solidarity

Elinor ♥