Do you Have a Vision or Calling
that Won’t Leave you Alone?

When new visions & dreams call us, they bring new growth edges. 

When we meet our edges, we meet our Calling. 

What’s calling you now?

Join this 60-Minute Workshop

In this workshop, you will:

  1. Touch in deeply with what matters most to you and what you feel most called to express, lead, give and receive during this season of your life and life’s work.

  2. Learn about the Four Cornerstones of a Regenerative Calling and what is vital to avoid grind, burnout or inadvertently chasing metrics and dreams that suck your confidence and lifeforce. 

  3. Leave with greater clarity about what’s truly yours to pursue. Claim the ways you most want to grow and expand to feel deeply on purpose and fully expressed in your life’s work. 


    You will walk away with an invigorated sense of what’s possible and clarity about what to do next in a way that is uniquely aligned for you.

    • About Chela

      Chela Davison is an Integral Master Coach™ who works with socially conscious entrepreneurs, creatives, and practitioners to help them align their soul’s call with their work and impact in the world.

      She offers coaching, programs and two different and complimentary Communities of Practice. Lead your Self, helps members to do the necessary inner work to break old patterns and create enlivening new opportunities on behalf of meeting their Calling. The Creative Cauldron is a co-working and collaboration membership for writers and artists. 

      Meet Your Calling – Introducing Chela (duplicate from homepage)
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      Chela is the former President and Lead Teacher of the Integral Coaching Certification Program at Integral Coaching Canada, where she trained and certified hundreds of coaches worldwide.

      She is an essayist at A Little Bit Much, writer and performer of a one-woman show by the same name and the host of the What is Leadership? Podcast.

      She lives on the unceded territories of the Squamish Nation in British Columbia Canada with her husband, two sons, dog and six hilarious chickens.