Change Your Life Like Sami Wunder Did In 22 Weeks

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david-1Only a couple of months left to go before we start RRRCT 2016, on July 11th – and wanted you to get to know first hand one of RRRCT’s shining stars: Sami Wunder.

When Sami came to RRRCT, she was feeling what many new Trainees feel – doubtful that becoming a professional coach with a thriving practice could happen for her so quickly, worried about her financial investment and how she’d ever make it back, and – having come from a completely different line of education and work – it just seemed like a huge leap.

We did a personal Skype call, where I immediately saw how talented and kind she was, and knew what a brilliant coach she was going to be. She enrolled in a sort of blind trust of what I thought of her. And here are her results:

sami wunder“Rori Raye, you are a phenomenal woman, your work is phenomenal and RRRCT 2015 has been phenomenal.

You’ve been there every step of the way with me through the entire program – from helping me create a great website in BIZ to tweaking my writing to honing my coaching skills to a grand new level. Thank you for everything!

It has been an absolute privilege to work with and learn from you personally.

I always knew I had it in me but it´s all thanks to you for helping me connect with my own greatness!

I am feeling such joy and satisfaction as I sit in the comfort of my home or a cafe in Paris and coach and support women worldwide.

My business is thriving, my hours are flexible, I am getting great results for my clients and making money has never felt so effortless.

The costs of my investment in the program will be covered in no time and I feel fearless about the future.

I would highly recommend every woman who feels stuck in her current job, desires to set up her business – Go To Rori Raye´s RRRCT 2016 starting July 11th.

This woman is a powerhouse, she has so much experience in her field that she knows what she´s talking about and finally she has the incredible skill of taking your dreams and turning them into a living reality.

Sign up for RRRCT 2016. It´s a decision that will change your life. Forever…

Sami Wunder

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It you’d like to change your life, and find your true “calling” as a professional coach – let me know by contacting me here:

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…and let’s schedule a skype or phone conversation where you can hear, honestly, how well I believe you’ll do as a professional coach – just like I did with Sami. I recognized she was a superstar from the moment I met her on video Skype, and the rest is history!

When it comes to being trained and mentored by me to be a powerful coach, these are things do not matter: your education, your current relationship status, whether or not you are “together.”

These things DO matter: Your determination, your willingness to learn, your writing skills, your willingness to go “public,” (with a new, professional name!), your dream of working for yourself.

Read Sami’s personal story on her website and see how that personal story – everything from where she was in her life before she found Rori Raye Tools, to how she now transforms the lives of other women – feels for you. If you’ve been transformed in any way – no matter how small – you can help other women.

I know that there are deep wells of talent, and the heart and mind of a healer inside you – let’s talk about how you can make a good and financially solid career doing good works…

Love, Rori


  1.  #1Femininewoman on May 20, 2016 at 8:39 am

    Sami sounds like a sweet sexy Goddess

  2.  #2Liquid Light on May 20, 2016 at 3:26 pm


    U R AWESOME!!! I adore u and your work!

    Big hugs,


  3.  #3LoveToMe on May 22, 2016 at 9:11 am

    I kind of wish I could do this. I feel like I have most of the things that “do matter.” I feel nervous about going public. But I also know that some of the best and most productive conversations I have with people revolve around love and relationships.

    I wish I had the money to invest in it. I certainly have the time, and I think I’m committing to working for myself again. But it looks like what I’m going to do is start working on teaching dance more and really getting out there about that.

    I feel nervous about that, too. But it feels almost necessary to me, at this point. I both want to and “have to,” but the “have to” is an internal need for expression, not an external requirement. So it’s a different kind of “have to.”

    If I can just get focused and stay motivated. That’s one of my bigger challenges.

    I wish I had an investor. And/or unlimited funds

  4.  #4Kim on May 23, 2016 at 12:02 pm

    Oh, I feelveth surprised that Elsie’s post was deleted…I did not see anything offensive or rude in it or anything warranting censoring at all…all she said was that Sami didn’t work for her.
    As it happens, she has a point and Sami has deleted scores of women from her ‘group’ on facebook just because they happen to voice a slightly different opinio or shock-horror, said that they don’t see things quite so black and white.
    Since when does ones honest opinion, spoken without offensive words, have to be censored?
    I feel sad about it and would love to hear why, Rori, you decided to delete that comment.
    Usually, you let everyone say what they want to say, you even post critical letters of your own teaching and how you respond to them…which is so wonderful.
    I think Elsie complimented you in the post also?
    I guess my post will be deleted too?

  5.  #5Rori Raye on May 23, 2016 at 1:36 pm

    Kim, Hi, so sorry for the confusion. There are very distinct and specific guidelines for commenting on this blog, that have been in operation for nearly 14 years. (I’ll put the link to the Guidelines up at the top this week – it used to be on the sidebar) –

    We are all about support. We are all about Feeling Messages. I try to pay attention for ANY post that is an “opinion.”

    The only opinions on here are mine, and those of the coaches I allow on. I carefully monitor what those coaches say here. Everything else is “sharing feelings” using Feeling Messages – because that’s what we’re about here!

    I’ve discovered over the years that this is the only policy that works – across the board. It’s the only way everyone here feels safe, it’s the only way everyone here actually feels safe to practice the Siren Tools of vulnerability.

    When I see an “opinion” (which is masculine energy, and therefore not what we’re about) – or a “back and forth discussion” of a topic unrelated to love, relationship, feminine energy…I personally write that person, after removing the comment.

    You can ask Daria, and any number of “regulars” here how that has worked over the years.

    Non-judgment is global. It is all-encompassing. To say that someone else is “judgmental” is not only “judgment” – it’s NOT a Feeling Message, and so it’s not allowed here.

    I respect your feelings and love to hear them – and always answer emails!

  6.  #6Kim on May 23, 2016 at 2:21 pm

    Hey Rori,
    Thank you for your reply, I feel honored that you replied to me personally.
    I did know about the guidelines, and guess having been on here for years, I have myself, and I have seen others also giving opinions after opinion..I guess if you read through the posts, every other post gives an opinion or makes a judgment.
    However, I have never seen you delete any of those comments. This is where my confusion is if I am being honest. I feel very confused.
    Sometimes, one can also express an opinion with a feeling message…although this is not how they work, of course, I see that here too….I see real catfights also. Yet never a deletion.
    I guess I just feel confused as to where you draw the line…because I never saw a deletion before.
    To me, it just looked like a reaction because someone criticised one of your coaches, which had me feel surprised, because it looks like censoring.
    And censoring one but not everybody, feels bad to me and like a defense reaction…kind of like the same thing that Elsie opined about.
    Anyway, thank you for clarifying…

  7.  #7Rori Raye on May 23, 2016 at 2:36 pm

    Kim – What I’m hearing, and thank you for the help, is that I haven’t been paying close enough attention. I will either moderate everything, or stay on here and be vigilant…. What you’re describing is not supposed to be happening here…I’m the only boy here, and the only one allowed to have opinions!!!!! Love, Rori

  8.  #8Starla on May 23, 2016 at 2:47 pm

    I would feel so frustrated if every comment went through moderation first. I love the insta-riff nature of posting comments here, and I love being able to interact with each other in real time.

  9.  #9Rori Raye on May 23, 2016 at 3:10 pm

    Hi Starla! I agree – I’ll do my best – and here’s what we’ve been doing for years that will help us all so much: if you see a “cat-fight” or a discussion, or opinions running rampant and it makes you feel uncomfortable (or believe I might feel uncomfortable!) – and I’ve clearly missed it (because I haven’t responded or removed it) please email me! There’s a contact form at the top now – so use it, and be my moderators!!!

    I want you all to feel all mushy and feminine and soft, and not political or advice-driven…and if you don’t agree with me, please say your truth from your experience…i

    Though I’m the only boy here, I revel in NOT using my mind…!

    Also – about anybody or anything I choose to share and espouse: Yes, to the best of my knowledge, I believe in that person or thing. If, in your experience, I’m wrong about anything, please write me personally, rather than publicly here.

    Everyone needs to be safe here.

    Everyone – including anyone or anything I write about, and including me.

    Love, Rori

  10.  #10Sami Wunder on May 24, 2016 at 12:57 pm

    Feminine woman and Liquid Light, thank you so much !!! 🙂

    I must admit it feels awesome and so humbling to be adored by the amazing women you strive to support 🙂

    Also, I replied to the comment from Kim here but it went into moderation. Hopefully Rori will make it show up later in the day.

    Lots of love, Sami Wunder

  11.  #11Rori Raye on May 24, 2016 at 8:45 pm

    Sami! So glad to see you!…I’m simply awed by the size and power of your Facebook community, your gorgeous new baby, and that you’re back at work so quickly! Love, Rori

  12.  #12Rori Raye on May 26, 2016 at 9:15 am

    Julia send me this in an email – somehow, while the blog was being overhauled, some comments didn’t get “saved,” If this happened to you – your comment isn’t in moderation or spam, so please repost! From Julia (and thank you for brilliantly answering Elsie and Kim’s questions):

    “First of all, I have to admit I’m biased here: I’ve worked with Sami personally, she has helped me tremendously, and I deeply admire and cherish her.

    I’ve also been an active member of Sami’s Facebook community since almost the beginning, so it would feel good to share how being there feels like, for me.

    It feels like a safe space. I’ve shared vulnerabilities there, I was supported by Sami and by her “Wunder Divas”, I received information and inspiration and joy and personal attention and answers (for free!).

    Yes, the group is monitored, and, yes, censored… and, to me, that feels like a GOOD thing. There are SO many public forums all over the internet, where each of us can express any and all opinions we have. And there are few places (Rori’s blog is one, Sami’s group is another, and Helena’s and Leigha’s group is the last one I know of) where we can practice being in our feminine energy and LEARN from a person who has educated herself and is trained and certified and knows what she’s saying. I love giving opinion and advice, I just learned that there is value in not doing it, too.

    Actually, a few months ago, I’ve had Sami delete a comment I wrote in her group. Another woman had posted something, and I thought I knew what would help her, so I gave her some Advice (from my own perspective). It was a loooong and thorough comment, and I spent a good 20 minutes writing it. I felt quite proud of it, and a little bit smug. Then the next morning, it wasn’t there. I felt bummed, naturally, and, instead of focusing on the “hurt”, I directly asked Sami why she had deleted it. She explained, very politely and with great care, in what way my comment was doing more harm than good for the woman who had posted the original question. I saw it myself, and it was a great learning opportunity. It was also the moment that convinced me that I can have great rapport with this coach, so I went ahead and asked for that first strategy session…

    So yes, it’s true: Sami Wunder deletes comments and posts in her group, she corrects women who say unhelpful things, and yes, she also blocks people whose energy, she feels, disturbs the general vibe of the community. I’m sure it takes a lot of her time to do this kind of housekeeping, and I’m grateful for it (even when my own comment was the one deleted)—because it keeps the “air” feel clear and coherent and helpful.

    To me, that feels inspirational—a powerful model of respecting our own boundaries. Thank you for hearing me out, it felt great to share. Julia”

  13.  #13Sami Wunder on June 7, 2016 at 7:03 am

    Julia, my comment got lost in moderation but seems like you said it all. Thank you for the love darling ! Love, Sami

  14.  #14Liquid Light on August 6, 2016 at 11:04 am

    I just got kicked out of Sami’s Facebook group because I made a comment about stalking not being something that should be joked about.

    I really wish that someone who is giving women advice about dating and relationships, would understand how serious this issue is. I’ve been through several situations with men who were stalking me, and it wasn’t fun or funny. It was terrifying! Please don’t make light of this very serious situation. The last thing a woman needs who is going through something like this, is for someone to not take her situation seriously!