My name is: Chloe Isidora.
I’m known as: Sacred womb healer and “Sacred Self-Care”/love advocate.
My expertise is in: Sacred womb healing and womb awakening, self-love/care embodiment practices.
I stay physically healthy with:
Nature is my go-to! I love walking, resting and receiving nature’s medicine. My morning practice is pranayama breathwork; my body loves stretching and kundalini yoga. I also enjoy Shona Vertue workouts. I eat lots of fresh fruit and veggies, as well as a good dose of chocolate. I have my favorite Rose Raw Chocolate recipe in my book. Massage and acupuncture are important for my well-being, and my skin loves Romilly Wilde beauty products.
I keep my emotions balanced with:
I am an emotional creature—I laugh and cry a lot! During tender times, I take Epsom salt baths. Sometimes, on a full moon, I make my own blend with rose petals, chamomile, lavender and calendula.
Essential oils are very supportive; I’m creating my own line at the moment. Watch this space!
Again, nature is always my go-to, along with feeling my feelings, meditating and sharing quality time with loved ones and lots of time on my own. I have healers I see when I need extra support and I love playing my crystal bowls.
I’m intellectually stimulated by:
I’m always reading! I tend to read three, four or more books at a time. I’m currently reading Mary Magdalene Revealed, The Sofia Code, Anna the Grandmother of Jesus and Wabi Sabi: Japanese Wisdom.
I’ve been listening to podcasts that Joe Dispenza has been interviewed on and I like Juliet Allen’s Authentic Sex and Mark Groves.
I was recently transformed by:
My most recent transformative adventure was a personal pilgrimage through France, visiting sacred sites that are connect to Mary Magdalene. I sat meditating in caves, climbed a mountain and bathed in sacred waterfalls and gorges of light.
I also hold retreats in the magical land of Cornwall at a sacred waterfall called St. Nectan’s Glen. It’s an absolute power spot, a place to receive deep healing and many activations. My next retreat will be in September.
In the last six months, the ritual that has become so important for me is:
My whole day is a living prayer. I weave together rituals throughout my daily tasks, each one as important as the next. It’s more of an embodied approach to living than something I’m trying to remember to do—my book shares all of these rituals. If I had to choose one simple thing, it would be gratitude throughout the day. I call it the “magic and miracle frequency.”
Here’s how you can do it too:
As soon as you wake up in the morning, speak out loud all the things you are grateful for: your bed, your soft pillows, your sheets, your morning cup of tea, whatever you feel grateful for in that moment—it can be anything. But you don’t just have to do it first thing in the morning. You can be grateful at any time during the day when you want to open up the magic and miracle frequencies. It’s great for when you feel your mood shifting in a downward spiral: flick the “m&m” switch on and feel yourself come spiraling up again.
Notice what happens around you and how you feel when you tune into this frequency.
It helps me live my process because:
The magic and miracle frequency brings me back into my heart and opens me up to the joy and grace of life.
Take a moment to learn more about Chloe Isidora’s journey here.
Cover image via @chloeisadora, all others images of Chloe courtesy of Guto