If you enjoy my posts, sound baths, meditations, and newsletter, there’s a new way to support my work for as little as $5 per month. Patreon, for those of you who are unfamiliar, is a way to support authors, artists, healers, and other creatives, much in the way old-school patrons would in the past. In their own words:
Patreon powers membership businesses for creators by giving them the tools they need to acquire, manage, and energize their paying patrons. With a subscription-style payment model, fans pay their favorite creators a monthly amount of their choice in exchange for exclusive access, extra content, or a closer look into their creative journey.
This model is a win-win; creators retain creative freedom while getting the salary they deserve, and fans get to rest easy knowing that their money goes directly towards creating more of what they love.
Here are the current options:
- 1st Tier ($5 per month): I will send you an early preview of my Monthly Newsletter & early access to blog posts
- 2nd Tier ($10 per month): 1st Tier + Early Access to Podcasts
- 3rd Tier ($25 per month): 1st & 2nd Tier + Digital download of Meditation AND 10% off Products from Ayamanatara.com
- 4th Tier ($50 per month – limited): 1st, 2nd, & 3rd Tiers + 15% OFF of 1 service per month, A Personalized Forcast sent via Email, and you can send in Questions to be answered on our next Podcast!
- 5th Tier ($75 per month – limited): The previous tier offers + a surprise gift every 3 months!!
- 6th Tier ($150 per month – limited): All the previous tier benefits + A Monthly Live Online Reading (30 minutes) +1 free class just for top tier Patreon supporters
I’m also doing a weekly forecast/reading over there, currently free, which may become a pay-per-view feature in the future. I’m brainstorming with my fabulous assistant Teagan (yes, that’s now her full name) on other non-subscription purchases just for Patreon, so it’s worth keeping an eye on the page.
We are no longer in The Before Times, and when we emerge from the pandemic, the world is still going to look different. This seemed like the next step in shifting my business model.