Step into a life of authenticity, grace, and wholeness as you unravel the depths of your personality, get out of your own way, and become who you were created to be, by embracing God’s transformative love and acceptance through the lens of the Enneagram.
Hello Beautiful, I´m Elke!
I am a mother of five (yes, you read that right), and a Nanna of seven, a wife, a sister, a friend, and each day I am learning how to stay fully connected to self so I can live my authentic truth with passion and joy, and I am passionate about helping you do the same in all seasons of life.
I haven’t always lived this way; in fact in all honesty I have probably lived most of my life disconnected from myself and in hiding from my truth. It took a mental breakdown and a few other life lessons for me to finally learn how important Self Connection is, especially to us women.
Discovering the enneagram has brought a whole new level of self-knowledge which has made me more aware of the need for God’s grace, acceptance, and love. I have felt seen and understood like never before and I feel like I am only now beginning to wake up as if I have been sleepwalking through life for a long time.
And now my heart’s desire is to empower women to embrace God’s grace as they rediscover who they were created to be and experience healing through bringing the lost parts of them home to wholeness.
You can read more of my story on my website www.abundantwholeness.com.au
I would love to journey with you as you step into a life of authenticity, grace, and wholeness as you unravel the depths of your personality; who you are, and how you relate to the world, and embrace God’s transformative love and acceptance through the lens of the Enneagram.
I look forward to speaking with you soon.
“The journey to happiness involves finding the courage to go down into ourselves and take responsibility for what’s there: all of it.” – Richard Rohr
“Owning our story and loving ourselves through that process is the bravest thing that we’ll ever do.” – Brené Brown
“The more we grow in self-knowledge, the more you become aware of your need for God’s grace, you’ll have more compassion for yourself and others.” – Suzanne Stabile
“Sooner or later we must distinguish between what we are not and what we are. We must accept the fact that we are not what we would like to be. We must cast off our false, exterior self like the cheap and showy garment that it is. We must find our real self, in all its elemental poverty, but also in its great and very simple dignity: created to be the child of God, and capable of loving with something of God’s own sincerity and his unselfishness.” – Thomas Merton