I’m Gabriella Taylor, I’ve stayed close to the briny sea air, born along the Coast of Maine. Now the beaches of Malibu are where I call home, with my beloved Nicholas and our sweet felines.
I’m a huge stand for creating a new model for relationship where women are empowered and men are deeply appreciated. A model where relationship is held in such a way that we have the confidence to go out into our world, shine our light and to deeply know that when we go home at night, we will be met by the warm embrace of our beloved.
It all began after an overdose that led to a coma which led to a spiritual awakening which led to my buying an over-sized LL Bean backpack and a one-way ticket to Spain for $300 which began a solo pilgrimage around the world at a time before email or cell phones.
Unbeknownst to me at the time, I started my career in India in 1994, where I began immersing myself in the art of transforming consciousness and facilitation training began - with myself as my first true test subject. I dove into deconstructing my entire relationship paradigm and figured out how to rebuild a new one, which allowed me recover from the pain of past sexual abuse, crippling anxiety attacks and fear of abandonment. This process helped me find myself and repair my mistrust with men.
As a high school dropout with a high IQ, I went on to earn my Master’s Degree in Spiritual Psychology just after the turn of the century. I developed and founded Extraordinary Love™ transformational educational programs in 2005.
Now, as a Relationship Specialist and Professional Coach, I spend my time serving a handful of highly committed private clients, create personalized retreats in Hawaii, and lead people through The Journey of Extraordinary Love™, which is a sacred developmental educational process that a person moves through in order to grow up, and show up, for love.
In essence, I’ve binged and purged, been abused and misused, been locked up and on lock down;
I’ve hooked up and been stood up, messed around and settled down.
I’ve begged and pleaded, cried and cheated, chanted and prayed and I know what it takes to rise.