Jory Fisher

On October 13th Beth and I interviewed Jennifer Pretious Koh about her inspired and inspiring Precious Women Project, which enables women artists from disadvantaged circumstances around the world to live authentic, purposeful, empowered, and passionate lives.  We talked about art and storytelling and dance and yoga and meditation…ways to access the subconscious so we may become more aware of who we are and whom we’re meant to be.  Visit Jenn’s website at www.MyArtOfChange.com to learn more about her and her generous work and visit www.BestIdeaForHumanity.com if you’d like to cast your vote in this year’s contest. You can hear our interview at my website www.womenfindpurpose.com or on www.BlogTalkRadio.com. 

Enjoy.

Jory H. Fisher, JD, ACC

Jenn’s Coaching Suggestions

1) Feed your soul by developing a regular daily practice, ideally at the beginning and end of each day.  Some possibilities:

* Yoga
* Meditation
* Conscious Breathing
* Flow of consciousness writing (putting the pen on the paper and simply allowing the thoughts to come—preferably in the morning)
* Free-flow dance

2) At the beginning of each week, plan ways to love and care for yourself, starting with a hug!

3) Surround yourself with supportive and encouraging people who believe you can.

4) Learn from role models who have similar visions or who are living their lives on purpose.

5) Create a visual image of your vision and purpose that doesn’t include any words.  Some possibilities:

* Create a vision board with magazine pictures and craft materials
* Sculpt your vision, desires, and passions using clay or play dough
* Dance your vision with inspiring , moving music


Jenn's Quote for the Day

"All women are born gifted. To live close to the instinctual nature does not mean to become undone.  It means to establish one's creative territory, find one's pack, be in one's body with certainty and pride." ~Clarissa Pinkola Estes (Women Who Run With Wolves)

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