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INNER WORK
WITH JULIA FRODAHL

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Step forward from a place of vision, clarity, and courage.

Inner work is a form of guided self-inquiry informed by contemporary psychology, Buddhist teachings, and nature-based WISDOM. It’s a healing process, as well as a process for self-development and spiritual awakening.

Working with this unique set of TOOLS AND perspectives (eastern, western, spiritUAL, and earth-centered) allows us to zoom in to your personal story and do the deep work we need to do there in order for you to be free, while also allowing us to ZOOM OUT AND let go of THAT STORY, LET GO OF LIMITED NOTIONS OF self.

inner work involves personal, guided teachings on self-love, compassion, empowerment, purpose, and belonging. through this work you’ll find Your way to a state of humble confidence, freedom, abundance, aliveness, and open-heartedness.

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What & Why?

Exploring one's psyche is a deep practice of healing and enrichment that’s been around since the beginning of time, since any human longed for or yearned for meaning in their life. The word psyche comes from the ancient Greek word psukhé, which means "breath, life, and soul". And developing the psyche into something whole and harmonious is an essential practice not only for oneself, but also for the well-being of our shared world.

With me, this exploration of psyche and soul is done with a unique set of tools aimed at cultivating a very well-rounded sense of wholeness and completeness. A wholeness that values both reason and intuition. That allows you to be both compassionate and free-spirited. Self-loving and generous to the Whole. Peaceful yet vibrant. Equally able to direct your life as you are to surrender to the flow.

The tools I draw from include Jungian Psychology, Arny Mindell’s Process-Oriented psychology, dream tending, Buddhist teachings and techniques, and the great perspective-changing Nature-Based Map Of The Psyche.


Inner Work Will Help You:

Reclaim your natural gifts and share them with the world.

Find self-love and the ability to be your authentic self.

Know which inner voices to follow.

Create authentic relationships with deeper understanding and care.

Communicate what’s really true for you, and hear what others are really saying.

Move gracefully through a difficult life change, and make the most of any lessons to be learned.

Heal and change even the oldest habits and behaviors you thought you were stuck with.

Turn a mind afflicted with anger, resentment, and frustration into an open, sky-like mind.

Create a more peaceful, tolerant, generous, non-violent world.

Become free of your less-than-conscious desires, aversions, beliefs, patterns, and complexes. Ninety percent of the decisions we make in our lives come from these unconscious drives until we make them conscious. Commonly, we may know our patterns and complexes intellectually, but have yet to set ourselves free from them. Inner Work is a process that will set you free.


How It Works

Guided Inner Work is a process you can be involved in for a short, defined term or a more open-ended term. Some people come to me for help navigating through a difficult time, to change old habits and mindsets such as self-sabotage, avoidance, and unworthiness, or to achieve certain aspirations like switching careers to something more meaningful, or reviving creativity. Others come for on-going support, guidance, and spiritual development. In our first session, I’ll help you clarify your intentions and create a realistic timeline for the work you’d like to do.

We’ll be collaborators in the unearthing of the best version of you. I’ll be your guide, your mirror, and your ally. I’ll be honest with you and help you see the things you might not be seeing. I’ll help you see life itself in a new way.

Inner Work sessions can be held in person with me in Beverly Hills, or via Skype from anywhere in the world. If you’re thinking about doing this work, please feel free to request a free 20-minute interview with me. Finding the teacher or guide who’s right for you is important and I want to be supportive of that process. You might also like to read some testimonials from past and current students here.

 
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Julia is an Inner Work guide, mindfulness teacher, mentor, healer, and writer helping individuals find more balanced, fulfilling ways to live. She has been practicing meditation and mindfulness since 1993, and guiding people through the Inner Work process since 2010. Please consider reading some testimonials for a sense of what it's like to work with her and learn from her.


Fees

FOR INDIVIDUALS
$200 for Initial 2hr Intake
$120 per 50-minute session
$500 for 5 sessions paid up front (non-refundable)

FOR COUPLES & FAMILIES
$200 for Initial 2hr Intake
$150 per 80-minute session
$700 for 5 sessions paid upfront (non-refundable)

 

What past students have said:

"Julia's work seems made of a fierce yet gentle love that continues to steer me through my own inner-workings. Her illuminating Mapping Of The Psyche has helped me unearth tools to connect and communicate with my Self in sustaining, transformative ways I never imagined possible. One session with her in the safe and inspired space she provides and I feel at once capable, resolved, and present. Indeed, Julia is like a spirit deer you find in an urban jungle of noise and chaos, who guides you back to the forest that is home. To work with her is truly a gift." - K. Owsley Wills


"Julia's guidance has significantly improved the quality of my life. I met Julia last year as I was going through my divorce. I lived in a world of can’ts and shouldn’ts and feared the uncertainty that was going to follow in the next step of my life. Through our Inner Work sessions, I have gained the strength and courage to carry me forward in my future. My decision-making process and relationships with others have improved dramatically. Julia has touched every aspect of my life and I am so grateful to have met her." - L. Samkian

 
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