I believe in Magic.

Sharon McCutcheon

I believe in magic.

Not the kind with wizards, like Harry Potter, or the illusionists, like Houdini.

I believe in the kind of magic that exists within all of us...

The kind that comes from your soul space.

The kind that allows us to manifest with ease, to live in pure flow where everything is always working out for us, and reminds us that we're not simply humans on this planet, but epic reflections of Spirit with a unique story to share.

But, I've been too afraid to really let that freak flag fly high, because I have grown up all my life basing my worth on my intellect.

Intelligence felt safe.

Getting straight A's and big global clients felt safe.

Being hired as a strategic brand consultant or copywriter with titles I wouldn't shy away from printing on a business card felt safe.


I became a yoga teacher for a reason.

I became a Reiki Master for a reason.

When I started one of my last talks in Austin, I led people in meditation for a reason — and the relief in the room was palpable.

The Dalai Lama has said:

"The planet does not need more 'successful people.' The planet desperately needs more peacemakers, healers, restorers, storytellers, and lovers of all kinds."

I am a storyteller. 

A healer.

A lover of all kinds.

Yet, I've hidden that away...

Thinking that shining in these ways couldn't possibly be measured by tangible means of success, so somehow, it would mean that I'm "less than." 

But here's the funny lil' truth about life:

It's never the thing that's happening that gets to us. It's the feeling we have ABOUT those things that causes us to despair, stress, feel anxiety, or get depressed.

I mean, I went to UC Berkeley, where it was readily apparent that anyone who went to the Haas Business School was an elite member of the student body. My engineer friends would look at me and say, "What the heck are you going to do with an English degree?"

Never mind that it's from one of the best English programs in the country — it's the fact that it's artsy, left-brained, a Letters & Science major.

How could that be worthy??

The thing is, I've DONE it the other way. 

I've tried to fit into what society has told me is "good."

And it has made me exhausted, dissatisfied, and virtually scratching the insides of my skin from feeling so CONTAINED.

So, I'm done with it.

There's one another key nugget the Dalai Lama has also said:

"Western women will birth the new age."

I am a Western woman.

I am a storyteller.

I am a healer.

I am a lover of all kinds.

I'm 40.

I'm a mother.

I've traveled around the world and been published all over and I know what it feels like when I'm in alignment with my Light.

It means I do it MY way. 

It means I give myself permission to #BeWildlyMe.

I am here SHINING BRIGHTLY IN MY OWN SKIN and I'm inviting you to do the same.

I won't be hosting a #MondayMasterclass today, because I'm brewing a big launch with epic programs that speak to your heart, all designed for you to open up that modern mystic portal for you to SHINE BRIGHTLY, TOO.

To share your story.

To have a richer life (and this doesn't just mean about money).

To uncover what your Soul has been trying to share with you for what feels like years now.

To experience real magic.

Are you in?

Judy Tsuei