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The Sanctuary by Tolstoy Therapy

The course is hosted with Live Wildly, my project for helping people find their own path and live well their way.

Shape the story of your life with gentle recalibration, soothing self-care rituals, and wisdom from the authors and characters who have been there before.

Over the course of seven days, allow yourself to hit reset, get back on the right track, and take some time for you.

What you'll get:

  • The online course with soothing text and audio chapters to help you rebalance, take care of yourself, and find more beauty in the world
  • The 24-page digital course workbook full of insightful journal prompts
  • Free PDF access to my book, Your Life in Bloom
  • Bonus resources: Hierarchy of Self Care Checklist, The Smallest But Mightiest Ways to Help You Out of a Rut, 30 Positive Habits to Gently Introduce
  • Support tolstoytherapy.com to keep sharing healing fiction prescriptions

You can read more about the course here.

After your one-off purchase, you get instant access to all of the course contents and can visit at any time.


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