Intimate Conversations – Highlights with Anthony Ogley
On a scale of 1 to 10, how wild is your heart? I dont mean wild, as in crazy. Wild, in the sense of living your truth beyond anybody else’s ideas about who you are, what you should do and so on… The TRUE you. Where do you land on a scale of 1 to 10? Well, by the end of this interview with Anthony Ogley, from Gifts of a Wild Heart, I think you’re going to be UP quite a few notches.
Anthony Ogley is a Transformational Guide, Storyteller, Holistic Soul Coach, Workshop Facilitator and Tantsu bodywork practitioner. He is SO poetic and well spoken. Maybe it has a wee bit to do with his delicious accent?
Wasn’t that guided meditation at the end amazing? What did you get? What did you see? Please share with me! If you didn’t have a chance to join me this week for Intimate Conversations LIVE, I really, really want you to have a listen to the replay atIntimate Conversations Live!
And sign up for Anthony’s Gifts of a Wild Heart Summit! I’ll be there and I hope you’ll join us along with several other top experts! Visit: https://allanapratt.com/anthonyogley/
Check out Anthony’s Bio below. I’ve never read another quite like it…
Anthony Ogley is a Transformational Guide, Storyteller, Holistic Soul Coach, Workshop Facilitator and Tantsu bodywork practitioner.
His work penetrates deeply into the roots of our sacred relationship with life in all it’s forms. To explore the connection between the wildness of nature, the mythic landscape of stories and our human potential to live with wide open hearts as juicy, raw and creative beings of joy.
Anthony’s capacity to see people as magnificent, sovereign spiritual beings, part of the natural world that can help guide and uncover the unique medicine that each one carries with them as potent gifts to bring peace, gratitude and delight at being utterly alive.
Anthony has been on a quest to open up the presents he kept tightly locked and under wraps for many years. Until after battling the monsters of addiction and self loathing found that that best way to protect his gifts was to display them openly and shamelessly. As he turned to face the dragons and shadows within he found friends and unexpected delights waiting to be reclaimed in the lost and lonely jungles of his being.
The two greatest joys of his life outside work are his 4 year old daugher Eilidh and a sword that he was gifted by a dear friend that he swings around in the woods when no one is watching, pretending to be Aragorn of Arathorn and The dread pirate roberts from The Princess Bride.>