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Sofia Wellman Inspiring her audience

If you are not consciously directing your life, you will lose your footing and circumstances will decide for you.

Michael Bernard Beckwith

Sofia’s warm smile makes you comfortable immediately. She doesn’t act like she is beyond the audience’s level of personal growth. She will be the first to tell you that she is challenged everyday to stay in integrity with what she believes and teaches. It is her genuine enthusiasm that draws the listener in. Sprinkled with humor, she is able to reach people where others have tried and failed. She says, “We want those we look up to be free of any imperfection, but that fallacy takes away a layer of authenticity to what is being spoken, and the meaning meant to be embodied cannot be fully integrated.” Sofia Wellman doesn’t want her audience to be in awe of her, but to discover how to be in awe with themselves. There is no undertone of guilt or shame for those who aren’t ready to dive in. Each person discovers the meaning of life at his or her own pace. Sofia Wellman formulates her teachings from a plethora of experiences. She says, “Some people pull apart objects to study, but since I was a child, I pulled apart each experience to discover the personal application to my life.” Her new thought teachings are a fusion of mystical interpretation with practical application. The combination allows us to experience positive change, where before, learning a new way of thinking may have been limited to emotional and intellectual stimulation.

Sofia Wellman - Filmmaker - Author

Sofia Wellman is a filmmaker, author, and speaker. While she travels the country for her work, her home base is Atlanta. Her most recent creative works are the films, What’s Love Got To Do With It and Death as Life, and the book, If the Shoe Fits, Go Barefoot. You can contact Sofia through her website, sofiawellman.com.

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