Nurturing the Spark with Raylyn

Raylyn and I have known each other for eleven years. From humble beginnings in wondering what would come before us in our late night flatmate chats, to where we are now as friends and cohorts in creativity.

 Ray as Waireka in Te Ahua Te Utu 2015   I directed it with Voice Arts Trust

Ray as Waireka in Te Ahua Te Utu 2015

I directed it with Voice Arts Trust

With my deep gratitude to Raylyn for her generosity and support that has helped to launch me on my journey as a creative healer.

If you're ever in doubt, honest, sit down with piece of paper and brainstorm what you want for your life, chat it out with a mate. It works!

All these years of experience behind us, we had an opportunity to sit down and chat about where we've been and where we are going.

Alongside a celebration of our journey we took time to nurture Ray and her next steps in the next phase of her life.

We made a commitment with "Intentional Creativity" and the Red Thread ceremony. Both placing a intention for the future and releasing.

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Sometimes you just need accountability buddy in your professional work.

Nurturing the spark merges both personal and professional as you layout the steps for this moment, the next challenge and what lies ahead.

It celebrates your skills and talent and what you have to offer.

It was quite buzzy and the buzzy part could make it addictive.
— Ray Christian