Visionary Spotlight: Sora and the Magic of Circle


A month or so ago I went to a beautiful event hosted by my friends Sora and Becca. At the end of the evening both women told the attendees what they were up to and the different ways they are working with people. It brought tears to my eyes – and if you know me in real life you know it takes a lot for that to happen in public.

The reason hearing them speak about what they do is that both women were some of my first Vision Mapping clients. It was the most incredible thing to watch these two dear friends and clients living the vision that we had put down on paper only a few months ago. It gave me shivers, chills.

Something magical happens in those Vision Mapping Sessions. There’s a moment when the client is just riffing on their dream that I can just feel it and see it. Even though in the moment it seems so far away and impractical, I get this sense of standing in that future vision with them. And hearing Sora and Becca speak about their services was almost like deja vu of having already been there in that moment, four months ago when we mapped their vision.

I’m honored to share with you this Visionary Spotlight – my client, Sora Surya No and the Magic of Circle. Read below for why I think Sora is a visionary and what she is doing to bring her vision to life.

Visionary Spotlight: Sora and the Magic of Circle

Sora and the Magic of Circle

Sora Surya No is a Visionary. She sees the power of a special kind of ancient community – the Circle – that is so needed in our modern world. Circles are about connection, support, and collective power. By teaching people to lead circles, she empowers people to become true leaders: to hold sacred space for transformative growth by taking action and creating their own communities around the world.

She is a visionary because she blends formal education and real world experience with mystical transformation, ritualistic practices, inner reflection, and deepening community to help passionate entrepreneurs integrate feminine energy into their business so they can lead a life that is wild, calm, and free. What I love about Sora is that she is the embodiment of her vision: she has created a life of travel, adventure, fun and play for herself – and she created her business that supports that life by having fun, being playful, listening to herself, breaking the traditional rules of success, and just being in flow.

Sora’s big vision for herself and the future uses the amazing resources we have in technology to create real-world connection and build community that is truly present and supportive. It’s the true reason she’s a visionary: coming full circle by integrating the support and values of collective community from our past with modern technology to create a new, more interconnected society.