Arielle D’Angelo, LGBTQ+ Self-Love and Empowerment Coach and Founder of WeTheRainbow, serves up wisdom, kindness, and really helpful guidance for the journey of coming out.
Arielle was fighting the idea that she was queer. She came to the Hoffman Process in 2016 hoping to find a way to not be gay. In a pivotal moment of her Process, Arielle remembers standing under the redwood trees at White Sulphur Spring, on the bridge looking out at the water and feeling, for the first time in her life, full acceptance for all that she is. She left the Process with complete self-acceptance and self-love for all of who she is.
Arielle’s message is for all of us. As Sharon, Arielle’s host for this conversation offers, this is a message that can be helpful for anyone. So many of us are on a journey to complete self-acceptance and self-love. This is a process of coming out to ourselves first and then to others.
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Arielle is an LGBTQ+ Self-Love and Empowerment Coach, Multi-Media Creator, and Founder of WeTheRainbow, an LGBTQ+ Personal Development Organization. Her mission is to help LGBTQ+ humans live empowered and liberated lives that are rooted in radical self-love and authenticity.
After graduating from Tulane University in 2017, Arielle went on to get certified as a Master Practitioner in Neurolinguistic Programming (NLP), Clinical Hypnotherapy, EFT & Time Techniques. Additionally, she is a Trauma-Informed Practitioner, Certified Reiki Practitioner, and Certified Holistic Health Coach.
As a member of the LGBTQ+ community, Arielle is passionate about guiding others to speak, live, and embody their truth. Furthermore, she believes that everyone deserves to live a joyful life where they can live and love authentically.
Arielle founded WeTheRainbow to bring connection and healing to the LGBTQ+ community through transformational events, coaching, and community. Through the wide range of her work, Arielle inspires queer humans to live with more compassion, acceptance, and love, while embracing every aspect of their LGBTQ+ identity.
LGBTQ, LBGTQ+, and Queer – Arielle mentions both in this conversation. Read more about these and their meanings here at ok2beme.ca.
Coming Out – “Coming out is a lifelong process that has both intrapersonal and interpersonal components, although most people have an initial phase where they are first coming out to themselves.” – https://lgbtq.unc.edu/