One of the most important results students receive from my EMPATH*ology™ course is learning to TRUST their purpose… and Edy is one of those students.
Edy is daring to re-imagine style and fashion, creating cutting edge designs that are just as un-mainstream (but down to earth) as she is. By learning how to support her nervous system in Empathology this Spring, she has been able to show up more visibly online, more courageously with her designs, and trust her intuition when it comes to it all.
Listen in to my encouraging, inspiring conversation with Edy Sayles about what becomes possible when you embrace the gifts of your sensitivity through the work that we offer in EMPATH*ology™.
Topics Covered with Edy Sayles
- How Edy’s trying to open up her hidden talents to the world brought her to EMPATH*ology
- When was the time Edy started to like arts and creating dresses
- Know the reason why Edy was fighting off her dreams
- Why EMPATH*ology worked with Edy unlike every other courses that she already tried before
- How important NOT to do and follow what we have seen work with other people
- What are the constant messages that Edy got from they society especially from her family members
- How people’s thoughts can be wrong for us no matter how good the intentions are
- Why EGO can play a big role on keeping people from showing up
- How Edy sets her creativity free by letting the kid and the crazy out inside of her
- What does the “idealized” version of herself as a child looks like
- How much awareness and in the moment Edy has become to distinguish impulses
- Things that people told her that slowly depleted her confidence since she was a child
- How can we create truths that can inspire us rather than hurt us
- Edy’s Freedom of Imagination
Edy is an empathic wearable art designer who sees the act of adornment as an expression of how we feel about ourselves. She uses her love of all things meaningful and mystical along with double decade’s worth of sewing and design skills to create pieces that reflect the messy and spiritual processes of finding self-love, self-acceptance, and self-expression, while reaching for parts of ourselves that might currently only be available in the realm of imagination.
She is learning how to accept, love, and harness her gifts and wants to help people use clothing as an embodiment tool to embrace and reflect their own divinity. She is fascinated by the ways our daily dress choices affect what we perceive as our identity and how that translates to what we believe is possible in our lives. She is currently dreaming up new projects in hopes of stitching together her passion for self-reflection, trauma healing, empath empowerment, and emotional embodiment through creative dress.