Spiritual, sexual, and creative awakening is your birthright

You are a wild and beautiful human with a great capacity to evolve and awaken. Through meditation, mindfulness tools, self-inquiry, and writing exercises, you can wake up to the stunning magic and profound simplicity of life.

Jessica Graham created Wild Awakening to help guide you towards your most authentic spiritual, sexual, and creative expression. Jessica believes that trauma can be healed, resiliency can be learned, and brains can be rewired.

Wild Awakening is 100% secular, and can easily compliment any spiritual practice or religious belief. Our teachings are straight-forward, down-to-earth, and dogma-free.

Wild Awakening is dedicated to helping you become more human through psychospiritual evolution, using meditation and self-inquiry. Venture into the wilderness and wake up.

Photo credit: Shayan Asgharnia

Jessica Graham

Jessica Graham is a spiritual and sexual activist, author, meditation teacher, and sex and intimacy guide. Her love of spirituality began when she was just a tiny wild child. For her 6th birthday she wanted everyone to hold hands and meditate and she could often be found in the woods communing with nature.

Jessica began studying meditating in earnest in 2008 and started teaching soon after. Jessica is inspired by many teachers, but most dear to her heart are Shinzen Young, Adyashanti, and Tracy McMillan.

After a series of awakenings that radically shifted her paradigms, Jessica dedicated herself to helping others awaken. Her take on spiritual awakening is that it is a wild never-ending story that unfolds moment by moment. She doesn’t believe that there is a graduation date or a final perfect state.

Jessica also has a great passion for exploring sexuality and helping others heal, evolve, and awaken sexually. Her interest in sexuality has been lifelong and she draws on years of experience when working with clients. She is the author of Good Sex: Getting Off without Checking Out, now available wherever books are sold.

Jessica is also an award-winning actor and filmmaker. Through her multi-passionate life, Jessica hopes to model that you can be all the things. She believes that we humans are wild and mysterious and deserve to flaunt our spots and our stripes.

Frequently Asked Questions

Ideally, thirty to sixty minutes a day, but I know this is not feasible for a lot of people. Ten minutes a day is a great start. Over time you’ll be able to build it up. And keep in mind that you probably have more time than you think you do.

Yes you can! Try Positivity Boost, an audio guided meditation with Jessica Graham right now!

> Let’s meditate!

There are also many guided meditations and even full classes available on Wild Awakening YouTube channel.

Every day. This is pretty much a non-negotiable. You will only receive the benefits of a meditation practice if you actually practice. Of course you’ll miss a day here and there. I do too! The trick is to get back on track the next day, without making a big deal of the missed day or judging yourself.

Wherever and whenever! For some people it can be helpful to choose a time of day and a specific spot to meditate consistently. The routine can be helpful, especially in the beginning, in remembering to meditate every day.

It’s nice to create a little area in your home that’s just for meditation. You can keep your meditation chair or cushion there, along with anything that inspires you to practice. But a specific place and time when you meditate isn’t a requirement.

Simple Habit is the most comprehensive and user friendly meditation app out there. Plus, Jessica has a ton of content available on the app. Try it for free for two weeks!

Jessica offers a limited number of sliding scale video call sessions for those who have financial constraints. If you’d like to sign up for that please contact us. If you live in the Los Angeles area you are also welcome to attend her donation based class Mindful Awakening.

Jessica is not part of any one lineage. She believes in combining the best of many traditions together into a delicious spiritual soup! Her teachers are Shinzen Young and Adyashanti, and she also draws great inspiration from Pema Chödrön, Michael A. Singer, Shri Anandi Ma, Tracy McMillan, and Dr. David Schnarch.

A typical class includes a instruction, guided meditation, a short talk, and a group discussion. Classes are 90 minutes long. We have lots of cushions, blanket, and chairs available for your use. You can also feel free to bring you own sitting gear if you have it. You can also feel free to bring a friend. All are welcome!

This class is donation based. Our suggested donation is $10 -$20. If you can give more, give more. If you need to give less, give less. Proceeds go to rent, expenses, and the teachers. Cash, check, debit, or credit is accepted.