On December 22, 2010, Beth and I interviewed our colleague Jane Kerschner about her purpose journey and where it is taking her. We discussed her role in the development of JICT Images—a box of 72 evocative photographs with accompanying questions that challenge its users to enter into meaningful conversations. Jane shared with us several of the ways we can use the images and demonstrated how the images help us reflect upon our past, present, and future. In her words, “JICT Images is a tool that inspires language that reveals what the heart speaks. The images serve as a midwife to bring forth conversations of care, relevance, meaning, aliveness, and connect to what really matters. It brings people together quickly and goes deep just as quickly to places that would not have been possible otherwise.” Many of the images are beautiful; all of the images are stimulating. An excellent tool for calling forth deep conversation. Enjoy the interview. Enjoy the images. Enjoy Jane.Jane's Coaching SuggestionFrom a magazine or from your own photo selection, gather a series of ~15 images that move you. You may want to glue them to a piece of card board to make them sturdier. Use them in the next group activity that you do. Ask each person to select an image to introduce themselves to the group or to share something about themselves that no one may know. Sit back and watch what happens as the connections and caring within your group develops. Sharing from the heart and soul allows for new possibilities to emerge.Jane’s Quote for the Day
“Life is not about waiting for the storms to pass…it’s about learning to dance in the rain!” ~Anonymous
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