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Episode 1: It takes courage to decide to change. And it takes a village to support you as you make new choices and set new boundaries. Do you have a soul partner?
Hi, I am Kanisha—a spiritual leader, spouse, mother and podcasting innovator! Fusing creativity and spirituality to cultivate opportunities for leadership growth, healing, wholeness, and liberation is what I do best!
Join me for 90-seconds every Tuesday and Thursday as we unplug from distractions and immerse ourselves in Soul Process Work—exploring our identity formation, expanding our self-awareness, and engaging relational responsibility.
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