How might your life be different if you understood your role in creating it? What if those tragedies and traumas you experienced were actually the transport mechanisms for your wisdom? How do get at that inner wisdom?
Our stories define us. They affect our well-being, our relationships, our present and our future. They are vehicles of energy, vessels of possibility. Our bodies are waiting to be tapped for their wisdom, gained from every ordeal we have suffered. Every catastrophe has stripped us of something and given us something. The nakedness, we know. The gifts are yet to be unearthed. In this webinar, we will re-view our decisive moments and pivotal events through a lens of emotional clarity and compassion. We will see our role in co-creating the event and the narrative, and we will reconsider the telling from a place of power. We will learn to spin our stories to their proper ending, come to a place of gratitude, and become a more loving, powerful force for good—physically, spiritually and electromagnetically.
• Learn how to harvest your own wisdom
• Redefine “creative” and see your storytelling as a creative act
• Understand how you have benefitted from the adventures you’ve co-created
• Experience brain-heart coherence and discover its positive impact on your own and others’ bodies
• Become a powerful agent for change by transforming your thoughts and words
JAN PHILLIPS’ quest has led her into and out of a Catholic convent, across the U.S. on a Honda motorcycle, and around the world on a one-woman peace pilgrimage. She is the author 10 award-winning books, including No Ordinary Time, Finding the On-Ramp to Your Spiritual Path, The Art of Original Thinking, Divining the Body, God is at Eye Level, Making Peace, and A Waist is a Terrible Thing to Mind. Jan has 3 CDs of original music and performed with Pete Seeger to raise $35,000 for Haiti Catholic Charities. Jan is founder and Executive Director of the Livingkindness Foundation, a provider of programs for women and girls that foster creativity and leadership. Livingkindness built a Learning Center in Ikuzeh, Nigeria which houses 20 solar-powered computers and two apartments for teachers.