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IT'S TIME TO wake up & be YOUR BESt now.


Hi Friend!

here are some fun facts about dr. lorneka

I’m a woman of faith who loves people, the outdoors + curry chicken. And I want to thank you for visiting my virtual home. I believe that you’re here because you’re in search of something special. Brightly Awake is a movement for women who want to shine through their gifts and calling. I know it can be frightening to walk away from the familiar but after leaving my home country with $206 and three suitcases to start a NEW life - the time to BE free is now!

You see - God wants to use what happen to you, for you. The insecurities, fears, doubts and even victories are tools we will use to make you whole, not perfect!


The Heart of Brightly Awake

Growing up as a sweet Catholic girl, I’ve spent most of my life striving for perfection that doesn’t exist. Doing all the good things for approval and validation led to me corners of confusion. A virgin in my 30s, most people think that I am at a deficit but after being beautifully broken and undergoing healing myself, I became awake to my assignment. And that assignment is to teach women how to reject the sound of insufficiency and become aware and awake in their relationships, faith, health and calling. As a certified life coach and pharmacist, I do believe that medication serves its purpose but the healing I’m called to deliver is UNORTHODOX.

Over the years, God has allowed me to meet women (and men) who are functioning just to function. They’re beautiful, sort of happy, uncomfortable around others and emotionally exhausted. And so I created Brightly Awake because if I was living in the dark and afraid to say YES, I knew there were others doing the same. The issue is they just don’t know how or where to start with making changes. I’ve spoken on various platforms and coached women all around the world and I’m doing so one hug and conversation at a time. However, there’s one pre-requisite. The only way we will experience prosperity mind, body + soul, we must commit to the work and be willing to be vulnerable.  


Be encouraged.