"This course was created for women who are ready to do whatever it takes to reclaim their entitlement to themselves. For the women so fed up with the way things are, their heart's voice can no longer be denied. For the women who are ready to follow their inspiration, no matter what the cost.
My zone of genius is inspiring women to listen to their intuitive voice and empowering them to take unapologetic, courageous action."
~ Jillian Aurora
About the program:
In this 8 week course you will learn to:
FORGIVE yourself for past self-betrayal.
Embrace your DESIRES unashamedly.
Clarify your RIGHTS and BOUNDARIES.
HONOR yourself unconditionally.
Know when to hope and when NOT to.
GRIEVE toxic relationships.
Intentionally BUILD a life you LOVE.
Develop an unshakable TRUST in YOURSELF.
Reclaim your ENTITLEMENT to YOURSELF.
EARLY BIRD BONUS INCLUDED:
6 MONTH MEMBERSHIP IN THE UNAPOLOGETIC EMPIRE
Expires June 5th
Next Course begins July 7th
6 payments of $483
or $2,899 $2,399 Paid in Full
The making of an Unapologetic Woman:
How I, Jillian Aurora - an average woman - became a Goddess.
I walked through the fires and the darkness.
I braved lonely, confusing relationships.
I lost myself in rescuing, forcing, manipulating, and achieving.
But through all the valleys and rabbit trails, I never stopped tenaciously searching for myself.
I thought I was incapable, broken, and inadequate.
I thought I needed someone outside of myself to save me.
I thought I was at the mercy of life, relationships, and jobs.
I thought if I could just love hard enough, I would be worth loving back.
Slowly, I discovered there had been a Goddess inside, all along.
I realized I had been tricked into thinking I was fragile and helpless.
I had been conditioned to think I needed to wait for permission.
I had been duped into believing life was lived hoping and waiting for someone to have my back.
I had been told wanting more was bad and dangerous.
And no one had ever told me of my super powers.
But I learned.
I learned of my strength through the challenges I conquered.
I learned of my resiliency through the trials I thought would kill me.
I learned of my autonomy through rising up to meet my own needs.
I learned of my power through having my own back.
I learned of my own value through raising my standards.
I learned of my royalty through requiring permission to access me.
I learned of my magic through unapologetically following my heart.
Today, I know. The game is up.
I thoroughly know my royalty and I won’t stop until you know yours.
“You’re so boring. Can’t you be more interesting?”
“Stop acting like a slut.”
“You never put out. How can you expect me to be loyal?”
“If you weren’t such a bitch, I wouldn’t have to respond the way I do.”
“You’re such a burden. Do you realize how much work I put in for you?”
“Anyone would drink if they were married to you.”
“You’re such a terrible mom. You’re destroying our kids.”
“You act like it’s hard to do a little cleaning and cooking. Stop complaining.”
“You have no sense of humor. Can’t you take a joke?”
“You’ve totally let yourself go.”
“You’re so spoiled. You have no right to want more.”
“You want a career? Am I not enough for you?”
I’M SORRY. I’M SO SORRY.
For most of our lives, we have spent our time apologizing. Apologizing for not measuring up. Apologizing for not fitting into the box we were told to squeeze into. Apologizing for failing to create someone else’s happiness.
I’M NOT SORRY.
I’m NOT sorry for letting you down.
I’m NOT sorry for not fitting into your box.
I’m NOT sorry for BREAKING your RULES.
I’m NOT sorry for my own DESIRES.
I’m NOT sorry for my needs and expenses.
I’m NOT sorry for my parenting decisions.
I’m NOT sorry for the size and shape of my BODY.
I’m NOT sorry for DISAGREEING.
I’m NOT sorry I am unwilling to sacrifice myself anymore.
I’m NOT sorry for my interests and AMBITION.
I’m NOT sorry for WANTING MORE.
I’m NOT sorry DEMEANING COMMENTS aren’t funny to me.
I’m NOT sorry for VALUING my own LABOR.
I’m NOT sorry for how I choose to CARE FOR MYSELF.
I’m NOT sorry for requiring PERMISSION to access my body.
I’m NOT sorry for having REQUIREMENTS to be in my presence.
I’m NOT sorry for honoring my desire to say NO THANK YOU.
I’m NOT sorry for RESPECTING myself enough to let disrespectful people go.
I’m NOT sorry for remembering and reclaiming the RIGHT TO MYSELF.
I’M NOT SORRY.
Unapologetic - Where Good Girls Go To Die