11th January 2023 13:52


Catherine Hale is a nervous system coach, guide and educator for seasoned change makers, heart-centred leaders, healers and coaches.

In this True Business episode we speak about about regulating your nervous system to receive more wealth in your business without working harder.

The conversation is followed by a 10 minute guided meditation for you to practice regulating your nervous system and open to receive more wealth.


Kat Byles · EP20. True Business – The Art of Receiving – Catherine Hale


Find out about Catherine Hale’s Receive Programme: https://catherinehale.co.uk/receive-expand-your-wealth-capacity-kb/

Connect with Catherine Hale: catherinehale.co.uk


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