Episode 79 Unlocking the Power of Alignment: A Journey with KC Volard

On: May 21, 2024

Hello my lovely people! Welcome back to another scrumptious episode of The Scrumptious Woman. I’m your host, Juliette Karaman, and today we have a truly inspiring guest with us, KC Volard. KC is an incredible coach, entrepreneur, and a mother of three wonderful little goddesses. She has transformed her life in an extraordinary way and is here to share her journey and insights with us. So, grab a cuppa, sit back, and let’s dive in!

Summary

In this episode, KC Volard joins us to discuss her remarkable journey from building a successful business in the wellness industry to finding her true calling in Neuro Somatics and Kundalini. KC opens up about the importance of alignment in both personal and professional life, and how chasing success for the wrong reasons can lead to burnout and dissatisfaction. She shares her experiences with postpartum anxiety, the pivotal role of slowing down to listen to one’s body, and the process of rebuilding trust with oneself.

KC also delves into the concept of trifecta alchemy, the interplay between the mind, body, and energy, and how staying in alignment with your core guidance can help create a successful and fulfilling life. This episode is packed with profound insights and practical advice for anyone on a journey of personal growth and development.

Key Takeaways:

Alignment is Key: Success must be in alignment with your truth and values. Chasing accolades and financial gains without alignment can lead to burnout and dissatisfaction.
Listen to Your Body: Slowing down to listen to your body’s signals is crucial. Your body provides feedback that can guide you towards what truly aligns with your passions and desires.
Rebuild Trust with Yourself: Just like in relationships, rebuilding trust with yourself involves showing up, following through, and holding space for your feelings and needs.
Trifecta Alchemy: The connection between the mind, body, and energy is vital. Understanding and nurturing this connection can lead to profound personal and professional growth.
Postpartum Challenges: KC’s experience with postpartum anxiety highlights the importance of self-care and the need for tools like somatics and Kundalini to navigate challenging times.
Boundaries and Saying No: Establishing boundaries and learning to say no are essential for maintaining alignment and avoiding burnout.
Overflowing Energy: Aim to give from a place of overflow, not depletion. Prioritising your well-being allows you to offer your best self to others.
Continuous Growth: Life is an ongoing journey of growth. Stay open to evolving, and don’t be afraid to pivot when something no longer serves you.

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The Scrumptious Woman EP79

[00:00:00] Juliette Karaman: Hello, my lovely people. We are here again with another episode of The Scrumptious Woman, and I have with me KC Volard. You are an incredible coach, entrepreneur, mama of three incredible little goddesses, and you have transformed your life. in a very short period of time. So I am super excited. I’m not going to give too much away because I’d actually just like to tease it out a little bit for our guests here.

[00:00:35] Juliette Karaman: Welcome to the show.

[00:00:38] KC Volard: Yeah. Thank you. I’m really excited to be here. And I think, yeah, it’s really easy to look at, your life in the last five years or 10 years, or, when you’re on this path of. Development, personal development, personal growth driven women. And it’s so easy to just jump over that or, use titles and accolades.

[00:00:57] KC Volard: And so I’m really excited to be here today and, even the opportunity to reflect on how far we’ve come is such a blessing. I think a big part of my movement and my mission here on earth really is to show women that you can have it all. You can have it all, you can have it all.

[00:01:17] KC Volard: You can be a present mom of however many kids you have, I have three you can build a multi million dollar business, you can, travel the world, you can live your life in a way that feels so deeply in alignment with you and your passion and your desire and all of the things and you do get to have it all.

[00:01:36] KC Volard: And anything, that, that tells you that you can’t is Just BS.

[00:01:41] Juliette Karaman: There you go, that is what I call having a scrumptious life. Being really present to all the energies that are coming through and then really creating the life that you want. So you have a whole background in Neurosomatics, Kundalini, so you do all kinds of energy, you have the neuroscience behind it.

[00:02:04] Juliette Karaman: Tell me a little bit more how that came about. Okay.

[00:02:08] KC volard: Yeah, super good question. an evolution over time. I have , right? I have been in the business world for about 10 years. So prior to launching this business in Neuro Somatics and Kundalini, which is the, most recent iteration, of what I do with clients.

[00:02:26] KC volard: I have been in the like online marketing, online business space for about 10 years. I built a. Really successful, like multi seven figure business in the wellness industry. But it’s really interesting. We can believe that we want one thing and we chase it for, I would say like the wrong reasons.

[00:02:47] KC volard: We chase success for the wrong reasons and we make the money and we, have the accolades that we speak on the stages or we do the thing. And we realize how much out of alignment we were when we were building that business. That, that’s what happened for me. And so I can backstory on how I came into the business world, but I think that’s the biggest piece because if you build, your success out of alignment with what your truth is, or you can outgrow things too.

[00:03:11] KC volard: And I always say that if you outgrow something that was once in alignment and that you’re starting to fall out of alignment with it, but it’s making the money and It’s doing the thing and it’s creating the life and it’s, building the dream and everything looks good on the outside, but you feel like you’re dying on the inside.

[00:03:26] KC volard: Even something that was once in alignment, if it goes past its expiry date, it becomes toxic. It’s like a piece of fruit, right? This beautiful, delicious piece of fruit. You leave it in the fridge for too long and you’re looking at it going, I should probably eat that before it goes bad. But then it goes bad.

[00:03:42] KC volard: What happens when it goes bad? It becomes moldy and toxic. So it’s not the fruit that’s bad. It was just that it went past its expiry date and I believe that in success we can do that too, and so that’s really what happened.

[00:03:55] Juliette Karaman: What a perfect little story, right? To just understand alignment, because a lot of people that listen to my podcast are coaches and are people that are really into personal development world, but they hear this word alignment and they’re like, what do you mean?

[00:04:10] Juliette Karaman: It’s when a relationship and it could be friends or, when your work is out of alignment and it’s like, It’s easy, but it’s like the barbarians at the gate, right? It’s here’s your little, here’s your little, one million dollars. Are you going to go for it?

[00:04:24] Juliette Karaman: Or are you going to actually go for what feels right? Yeah.

[00:04:29] KC volard: Amen to that. Yeah. And it’s okay to fall out of alignment with things that once really did light you up and make you really happy. And so that’s what happened to me. I had built this thriving business in the wellness industry, and I loved the work that I did and the women that I did it with outsider looking in, there was nothing wrong with it.

[00:04:47] KC volard: The million dollar business, I got to speak on stages and all of, everything was great. Great. And there was that little whisper that started there’s more to this. There’s more for you out there. This doesn’t feel fully in alignment anymore. And I was like, no, I can’t listen to this because, built the dream life on this.

[00:05:04] KC volard: Who am I to ask for more? I think a lot of women struggle with that when it’s good. How dare you ask for great. And I think that’s a big wound that we get to heal as women. in this era, so let’s go. I’m excited for that. But the way that the universe really showed up for me in that moment is I ended up with really bad postpartum anxiety after I had my second daughter.

[00:05:28] KC volard: And for those of you who have struggled with Postpartum anxiety, like debilitating which was such a struggle for me, as a driven entrepreneurs, I think I can’t slow down. Slowing down is not safe. I’d worked so hard in this environment of hustle and it was a sacred slowdown that I was forced into.

[00:05:47] KC volard: And in those moments it was really looking at everything that I had built and going, what gets me through? And in that time period is when I really started to lean on those tools like somatic work and Kundalini and all of these things that, guided me into the last four years.

[00:06:04] KC volard: I’d always practice them, but The practice becomes really real when you need it, so that’s when I burnt that business to the ground. I started pursuing business coaching in the coaching world, as you see it today.

[00:06:19] KC volard: Built a, multi seven figure business in this realm as well. Neuro somatics.

[00:06:25] KC volard: basically means the language that your mind is speaking to your body and your body is speaking to your mind and the relationship between that language that is happening. And Kundalini, of course, is a whole nother conversation, but really teaching women how to tap into their power, stay in alignment, stay in source guidance, core guidance from who you are and what you are meant to do, And when you are in alignment with that, and you are in touch with that, and you are using these tools to regulate your nervous system, activate that energy inside the body, you can create a successful business.

[00:06:59] KC volard: Absolutely. You can, and more successful, wealthy life, not just a business. That’s completely

[00:07:06] Juliette Karaman: right. And that’s the beauty of this where we really start to tap into that connection with our body and not only top up like only from the body up, but it’s like when we can have that go both ways that I’ve really noticed and then we start using the Kundalini and the energy work as well.

[00:07:25] Juliette Karaman: And it’s Oh, it’s a whole package. And I’ve noticed for me, like when I start coaching with people, I’ll, yeah. Take them through a process so their mind can actually understand it while I’m working on their energy and moving. Yeah, I do spinal attunement, which is some similar energy movement as Kundalini, slightly different.

[00:07:46] Juliette Karaman: It’s the same. It’s all in the same realm. So you just start working on three levels and within no time, they’re like, oh, . Oh, okay. It’s like we’re not so stuck. I’m like, no. What is your say? People are feeling like, ah I’m, there’s something in my life, either a relationship needs to end or my business needs to tweak.

[00:08:11] Juliette Karaman: How, what are some of your what? What do you say to your clients? What are some of the telltale signs?

[00:08:21] KC volard: Yeah. So like I said, something past expiry date, it’s going to start to feel sour. It will start to feel old. It starts to feel like there’s something off. We’re so intuitive. We will know when something is off.

[00:08:36] KC volard: And talking about that, Mind body energy connection that you were talking about before. I call this trifecta alchemy. So I actually have a trifecta alchemy certification. That’s something that, is a big part of what I do with people. But that trifecta alchemy, it really is like the thoughts that your mind is thinking, the reaction, emotions, sensations that your body is talking to you through, and the energe So what are you actually attracting into your life?

[00:09:03] KC volard: If you stop and look around your environment, that is a direct reflection of your frequency, your mind, your body. This is not new information, I’m speaking to the choir base stuff here. But I think that a lot of people A, we are either so afraid of slowing down. We’re so afraid of slowing down to feel our feelings, but the feelings are the feedback.

[00:09:29] KC volard: As women, we’re so busy. We’re like, what’s the thing? What’s my purpose? This is, I’m overriding these feelings. Feelings that are like, maybe this isn’t the right path. Maybe I should leave the relationship. Maybe this job actually does suck my soul. We’re not listening to it. And then we make ourselves so busy and then the body gets tired.

[00:09:46] KC volard: So number one, are we slowing down enough to listen? If you slow down enough to listen, the guidance is there. You will know what to do. And you can move at rapid speed. Quantum leaping requires you to slow down and listen to the body. So I believe there’s Totally. There’s a, there is truly an epidemic with women that we are so disconnected from our body.

[00:10:10] KC volard: At the end of the day, that’s what it is. We’re just so disconnected from our body. And so a lot of the work that I do with my clients is learning to listen to the language that your body is actually speaking, getting back into the body. So Kundalini, somatics, it’s all about getting back into the body, listening to what the body says, finding the guidance and then going, what are we going to do about it?

[00:10:32] KC volard: That’s it. Yeah. And trust. The partnering thing to this that we’re missing is the trust piece. So how often we will get the feedback, we know what we have to do, and then we don’t do it breaks trust with self. Or if we do something 80 percent of the way, and then we give up, breaks trust with self.

[00:10:50] KC volard: So a lot of the work that we have to do in order to find that aligned success is rebuilding, The trust, the internal trust with ourself. Now I say to clients, this is like a really easy way to rebuild trust with yourself. If you have broken a relationship with someone, whether that be a partner, a loved one, your best friend, let’s say that they break trust with you in some kind of way, but you know that’s one of those sacred relationships that you’re like, I know that we’re meant to be here.

[00:11:25] KC volard: I’m really upset with you right now, but these are the Stipulations on which I will allow us to build back this relationship. So when you think about that, what are some of the things that you would have to do to regain trust with that person? And it’s going to be different for everybody. What I would require would be different than what you would require.

[00:11:43] KC volard: For me, it would be. showing up when they say that they’re going to show up. If I make a date to re to rekindle this relationship, you better be there. You better be on time. In fact, you better be there before I show up. It’s following through and saying, doing what you said that you would.

[00:11:59] KC volard: It’s going above and beyond to hold space for me and my feelings, right? There’s certain things that I would require. Then flip that on yourself. So am I giving that to myself? Am I following through on what I said that I was gonna do? Am I going above and beyond to hold massive space for myself? Am I showing myself what is possible and, doing that?

[00:12:23] KC volard: Am I Going above and be, am I going above and beyond? Am I there for myself before I said that I would. Does that make sense? It’s like giving yourself the things that you would require from somebody else, and slowly it starts to rebuild and regain that trusting relationship with ourself

[00:12:40] Juliette Karaman: completely. I completely agree, and I love how you flipped it around.

[00:12:45] Juliette Karaman: One of the ways that I teach my clients also is like, where are you saying yes. When it’s actually a no. So let’s figure out what does a yes and a no feel like. It’s pretty basic for a lot of people like us, but then it’s like, where are you saying yes? Even yourself, it’s like, Oh, or where are we so in a habit?

[00:13:05] Juliette Karaman: I’ve got four kids and picking up stuff and yeah, they’re in their twenties now, but still they come and visit and there’s a whole pile of crap. And I’m like, Oh, that actually doesn’t feel good. That depletes me. And we just do think that depletes us time over again and again. And again, it’s Then of course, yeah, we’re not turned on.

[00:13:24] Juliette Karaman: No one’s gonna feel that turn on. And if we actually just leave the things on the floor, close the door, don’t see it, next time they’re there saying, Hey, I left your room as it is. Can you pick it up? All of a sudden you start trusting yourself. Yeah, absolutely.

[00:13:43] KC volard: It’s looking at all of the places where, yeah, and it is, it’s giving our power away.

[00:13:47] KC volard: That is what it is. It’s I have this deep rooted belief that if I don’t clean it up and I wait for them to come back and do it, then they’re going to be upset with me, and it’s like a, it’s not about you thing. It’s about setting the better boundaries. Absolutely. Setting better boundaries for what you said that you wanted.

[00:14:07] KC volard: And life is so short, like the, I think about living a scrumptious life, as a scrumptious woman, like what is a scrumptious life? It’s not me giving to everybody else all the time. It’s me making my life so full and robust and overflow that is the energy that I’m giving to my kids, giving to my partner, giving to my friends and my, the, my clients and the people in my environment, it’s like overflow.

[00:14:30] KC volard: Luxury, happy, joy, ecstasy, possibility, imagination, like genuine happiness at the core of who I am, that’s who they get. And it’s not from a place of giving, it’s from a place of overflow. And that’s a big difference.

[00:14:46] Juliette Karaman: Oh, you can feel it, right? You can feel it when people are tired and there’s the, you say, hey, let me help.

[00:14:52] Juliette Karaman: You’re like no, just sit down. You’re the guest. It’s it’d be much easier if we all do it. We actually be quite fun. And then, yeah, my dom comes out and I just dom her a little bit. I’m like, listen, we’re all going to help out. And then you just see them relax and they’re like, oh my God.

[00:15:06] Juliette Karaman: This is actually really fun. I don’t have to be the martyr, but it’s like, where does that conditioning come in? Because it is just pure conditioning keeping us in doing things a certain way.

[00:15:20] KC volard: Absolutely. And I think, it’s hard to do that work. It’s hard to renegotiate. the beliefs and the trauma that lives in our body.

[00:15:29] KC volard: And again, that’s neurosomatic work, right? It’s like renegotiating the beliefs, the conditioning, the patterns, the trauma that live in the body and in the mind. And, I think about my three little girls often and the things that we were taught as women. And I look at them and I’m like, you are going to have such a different environment growing up as of the fact that we are having these conversations right now.

[00:15:55] Juliette Karaman: It’s so beautiful, right? Modeling this. I’ve got, so I’ve got two boys. 26 just yesterday day before yesterday and twin girls. They’re all in the twin girls are 23. So 26, 25, soon, and then 23. So they’re really quick.

[00:16:12] Juliette Karaman: But I’ve noticed over the years because of the coaching, because of all the somatic, the therapy, everything I’ve done Final two months, they’re like, oh yeah. So they see things very differently. People come to them and especially the girls they say no really easily. It’s not no an excuse.

[00:16:30] Juliette Karaman: They’re just like, no, it doesn’t suit me. Or, no, that won’t work. And I can just see some of their friends looking at them like, and I can see that’s a bit rude, but if you just model it, like no, it is actually a full sentence.

[00:16:45] KC volard: Yeah. And is it rude? Or is it their own programming and conditioning receiving that as I wish I could say that and I find it offensive because the inside of me, there’s a part of me that wants for that so badly.

[00:16:59] KC volard: But I have guilt. I have shame. around the way that is perceived. It’s so interesting when we start to investigate our own landscape and where our triggers happen. If I’m triggered because of a woman standing in her power, that is very much a me thing and it’s the part of me that feels guilt and shame for speaking my truth or holding my boundaries or being heard and outspoken that’s really being triggered.

[00:17:26] KC volard: I wish I could be outspoken. I wish that I could set a boundary like that. And I hold guilt and shame so I don’t do it and the projection becomes that’s rude.

[00:17:36] Juliette Karaman: Funny, right? It’s my partner, was it this morning or last night, was showing me a little clip of this woman looking at a music clip and they were tearing down the other woman.

[00:17:50] Juliette Karaman: Yeah. And she was twerking a little bit and her butt was shaking. It’s and that’s rude. And look at how, she’s such a hoe. And I’m like, wow. I remember this, before personal development, how women used to tear each other down, and they still do. They also do in the coaching world, maybe a little bit less, because we’re learning to actually just notice what our triggers are.

[00:18:14] Juliette Karaman: It’s so everything that you see in her, is that the part that’s still unconscious in you, right? Yeah. 100 percent Beautiful shadow world. Yeah.

[00:18:24] KC volard: Absolutely. And I, yeah, sexuality is a huge piece of that. And sexuality is a huge part of the work that I do as well because sexual energy is creative energy.

[00:18:34] KC volard: It’s this, it’s the same energy through which your best programs, your offers, your truth, your messaging, your visibility, everything. And I’m not saying that sexuality equals visibility and sexist sales. What I am saying is there’s creator energy that flows through you. So when you channel an idea or an offer or a, podcast episode, it flows through you.

[00:18:55] KC volard: That’s sexual energy. That’s what it is. Creator energy. And so when we are As women holding all of this conditioning around sexuality and what it means to be a vibrant sexual being, there will be a direct correlation with you feeling stuck. I feel stuck. I don’t know what to do. I don’t know what my purpose is.

[00:19:16] KC volard: I don’t know what the offer is. I don’t know. I don’t know. I don’t know. I don’t know. I just want to make money online. There is. a direct connection to the shame that we feel as women around sexuality, around our body, and around our power. I’m actually reading a book right now. I’ve studied Mary Magdalene for years, and I love just everything about it.

[00:19:39] KC volard: But I’m Reading Mary Magdalene Revealed right now. I don’t know if you’ve read that, but it is so good and it talks about that, like where sexuality and our divine feminine, our creator energy, and our power was removed in order for a construct of falsified power to come through. And it’s so cool in this time and age, as women, as artists and creators whatever, visionaries, whatever that means for you how we’re also having that conversation.

[00:20:14] KC volard: This is very interesting time that we are in.

[00:20:17] Juliette Karaman: Incredible, right? Because sexuality was my way into the whole awakening and the whole personal development world. And by being in a BDSM class, I re remembered my rape and then I moved through it and then I did all kinds of somatics and then, I re enacted it with a dom and I went through it.

[00:20:36] Juliette Karaman: So that is how I’ve been helping women. One of the ways, the more hardcore ways of helping women overcome sexual trauma by actually reintroducing pleasure. And pleasure is such, pleasure and sexuality are two words that, you can’t say much because people get massively triggered.

[00:20:53] Juliette Karaman: It’s Yeah, but what? That is the life force. That’s what I call scrumptiousness, right? That’s our chi, that’s our orgasm, that’s everything that’s actually running through us, and that’s what we give up. That’s our life. If you can’t access that, you’re dry as shit, and everyone’s going to be like running away from you no, I don’t want any of that.

[00:21:15] KC volard: Yeah, absolutely. I think the conversation is being so widely accepted by people that even 10 years ago it would not have been. And it’s really cool because I think that as the divine feminine really comes back into power, I think that it’s also inviting that divine masculine in its own right to come back or that wounded masculine of like I need to be in power and control and offended by everything that is human.

[00:21:44] KC volard: I think it’s such a neat way that this is all coming about in her mind. We have last year at the As She Rises live event, so we can talk about that. I have a huge conference that I run for like female entrepreneurs, visionaries every year. Anyways, last year at the event we had one of our speakers come on and my husband’s in the room, my dad’s in the room, everybody’s there.

[00:22:05] KC volard: And this speaker was like, and like, When a woman walks into a room pussy first, like when she is it’s not even like shoulders tall and she walks into the room and I get this visual of that is exactly what a woman in her power is doing and so she like struts across the stage and says this and the whole Like, hundreds of women in this room are just like, Yes!

[00:22:26] KC volard: Howling, the room goes crazy. And I look at my dad and my husband and they were just like, Oh, what did she just say? Oh my God. But they’re both smirking as if fuck, yeah. That is what that is. Like, when a woman walks like that and holds herself in that way, it is. So powerful, but it’s so soft.

[00:22:47] KC volard: It’s so easy. It’s scrumptious, if you will, right? It’s just, it’s such a beautiful way of living, and what an invitation in that moment to just look around at this woman who, is so in her truth and her power she does not care what anybody thinks. She brings this idea to the table of walking into a room pussy first, says this on stage.

[00:23:11] KC volard: Every woman in there all of a sudden sits a little bit taller, is yes this is amazing. The presence of the men in the room. Also, our AV team was like, guys who, we hired are probably just oh my god, what is this conference? I can’t even, what are we doing?

[00:23:26] KC volard: There were so many moments that weekend where they were just like, oh my god what is happening? I’m sure they went home to their wives just you are not gonna believe what happened in this room. But it was just such a cool moment to be able to look around and go, yeah, we have come really long way and we fought hard, for these moments.

[00:23:44] Juliette Karaman: Ten years ago, I used to walk around with a t shirt saying the pussy knows and my kids So my 15 16 year olds was like, yeah, mommy it’s a little bit too much when I have my friends over there ready. Think you’re a yummy mommy not a good idea And I’d have this red t shirt said orgasm expert and I’d walk around And they just people would just stop me.

[00:24:07] Juliette Karaman: It’s what do you mean? I’m like there’s this thing that I do and, not explain it to them and they’re like, whoa. But yeah, so the kids were like, that’s a little bit, you’re a little bit tone deaf at the moment because 10 years ago that wasn’t. As spoken about, and we’re talking about Muslim boys as well, right?

[00:24:27] Juliette Karaman: Their mom walking around talking about sex and everything. Thank God we’ve all, we’ve all not even overcome it. They’ve just actually realized how much I’ve learned through it and how much, how many sensations and body sensations and neuroplasticity has worked. They’re just looking at this going, wow, that was all because you went and you walked around in your pussy nose t shirt.

[00:24:52] Juliette Karaman: I’m like, yeah, that was the start of it, darling. That’s so

[00:24:55] KC volard: funny. I can

[00:24:55] Juliette Karaman: think of

[00:24:55] KC volard: so many people that need that shirt. So good. And it’s like, when we find our truth, just like that’s a perfect example. It’s if this is my truth, I’m going to share this truth and if it triggers you, that’s a you problem.

[00:25:08] KC volard: If you’re upset that my shirt says pussy burst on it, that is, that, that’s not me. That’s my truth and I believe that and I know that to be true. And if it offends you, then that’s a you thing. That’s an inner, you need to go figure out why that’s, triggering you. And I think that is where we are going wrong.

[00:25:28] KC volard: Right now, especially as women and speaking our truth, visibility, all the pieces, if you have something that is true to you and it’s upsetting to someone, that’s not your problem, and I think at the end of the day, like everything that comes out of your mouth, everything that comes out of your mouth, it’s either your truth or it’s not your truth.

[00:25:47] KC volard: It’s some, dulled down version of your truth and everything that comes out of your mouth. Whichever one it is going to excite somebody, it’s going to inspire somebody, or it’s literally going to trigger somebody and piss somebody off. There’s only one of two options. You’re either inspiring and activating people, or you’re Triggering and activating people.

[00:26:08] KC volard: And one of those things.

[00:26:11] Juliette Karaman: It might be repelling as well. It’s ooh, triggering and repelling. It’s fine. And how many times have I been triggered by someone and looked and then worked through it? And I’m like, Oh, that’s what it is. That’s what I’m making it mean about her. That’s all it is.

[00:26:27] Juliette Karaman: Making it mean about myself. And it’s so beautiful when we can put the lights back on inside and really turn on ourselves.

[00:26:35] KC volard: Absolutely. It is. And at the end of the day, my only responsibility is going, which one am I going to respond to? Am I going to respond to the people who are triggered, or am I going to respond to the people who are inspired?

[00:26:48] KC volard: Who’s my tribe? Who’s my people? What am I focusing on? What’s the mission? And I know that my very existence on this planet, goes against standards and, operations, policies, and procedures of most things. And that my, my very existence This is triggering to people and I am going to continue to focus and it’s not easy.

[00:27:10] KC volard: This is the work. But I’m going to continue to focus on the people who it does inspire. Cause you know and again, the live event is one of those like in fruition moments. It’s I could have focused on everyone who was upset with the work that I do. I chose to focus on the people who were inspired and we now gather together, for two days and experience what it’s like to be seen, heard, held, validated, celebrated, like exploring the edges of our true self.

[00:27:41] KC volard: And that wouldn’t be possible if I was so worried about everybody that was getting triggered all the time.

[00:27:47] Juliette Karaman: I love that. And that event is called As She Rises. And does that come up once a year? Is it several times? How does it work?

[00:27:54] KC volard: So it is once a year this year it’s in Montreal, Canada, September 22nd.

[00:28:01] KC volard: Yes, so cool, Montreal, such a cool city. Two days, we do it once a year, like hundreds of women fly out for this event. We have incredible keynote speakers the vendors, the shop, and the workshops. And on Saturday night we have a Higher Self Embodiment Party, so you get to actually come. That’s your highest sell.

[00:28:21] KC volard: Last year, we had like lingerie, crowns, gowns, like people dressed up like unicorns. We hired like a body painter. So it’s really, it’s a really unique event. It is a business conference, quote unquote, business conference. So we talk a lot about like online marketing, business, building a soul led business to six, multiple six, seven figures.

[00:28:44] KC volard: Then the semantics and the embodiment is just so unique. It’s so fun. It’s so fun. I can’t wait.

[00:28:51] Juliette Karaman: I love it. Will you tell us how do people find you? You said you have As She Rises, the event, and then you have your trifecta alchemy coaching certification, right?

[00:29:02] KC volard: Yeah, I do. Those are the two things.

[00:29:05] KC volard: If you are a a visionary, an artist, a creative, a, an entrepreneur, if you resonate with any of those things or you are on, that path of self development, empowerment taking your life to the freaking moon, it’s definitely the event that you’re going to want to come be at. But as far as my business goes, yes, I have trifecta alchemy certification, which is a six month program.

[00:29:27] KC volard: It’s a coaching certification, transformational coaching, but teaches Kundalini, energetics, somatics EFT tapping, all kinds of really cool neuro tools. I’ve also got a membership, a really low cost membership where you can come up and try on all of these really powerful tools. The membership is both energetics and business.

[00:29:48] KC volard: So it’s a really cool one that you can check out, but honestly, come hang out on Instagram. That’s where I am. Love Instagram also my podcast Empower Project Radio. If you want to have me in your ear a little bit more, I’m all the places.

[00:30:02] Juliette Karaman: Excellent. We’ll put it all in the show notes so that people can find you and just get, get more.

[00:30:09] Juliette Karaman: Just, it’s like more ish, we just want more ish. We want more of this. Overflow all the way.

[00:30:16] KC volard: All the time. It’s always that invitation for us, there’s always such an abundance. It’s interesting how we create scarcity or lack when there is no scarcity and lack as women, you know what I’m talking about?

[00:30:31] KC volard: It’s look at the everything. I look at everything. Not as overwhelming, but as just abundance. And I think that your podcast is such a beautiful testament to that overflow overflow. So thank you for having me on today. It has been so juicy talking to you.

[00:30:47] Juliette Karaman: Yummy, yummy.

[00:30:48] Juliette Karaman: Thank you so much for being on and listeners, you know what to do. Share this with peeps that you think want to get their ears and really get into this a little bit. And see you next time.

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