There is sacred magic in sharing your story, in talking about what is going on now or remembering something from the past.
Telling stories connect us together. Stories offer a deep, rich window into your world and the core of who you are – both for you in telling them and to those listening to them.
Your horizons expand by hearing the stories of other people.
This week I had the pleasure of being sharing my story with wise and wild woman Kaya Singer on her visionary women entrepreneurs podcast, Business the Wise Woman Way. Listen to the story of how I switched from engineering to becoming a spiritual entrepreneur with the Creative Life Center by clicking here.
What ideas did you get by hearing my story? I’d love to talk with you about your thoughts and questions: drop by the Center for a cup of tea, email, add a comment, or post in our private Facebook group (Wisdom-sharing Path).
There are so many ways to reflect on the stories of your life. Have you ever thought about the stories that your shoes have to tell you?
- Where have the shoes that you are wearing been? Where do they want to go?
- Are you trying to fit into shoes that are made for someone else?
- Do you have a pair of shoes in your closet that take you back to a special memory?
I started thinking about shoes at a fun writing workshop. As I thought about the shoes through my life I realized red shoes play a prominent role. Right now I have four pairs of red shoes in my closet. They each have a story and together there is another.
Are you curious to know what stories your shoes have to tell? Kick back and try on a new way of viewing your life in the company of marvelous women at:
These Shoes are Made for Talking: A SoulCollage® Retreat Day
Saturday, June 10th, 2017
You still have a few days to save with the early registration price. Register by Saturday, May 27th for $79 – and save $20! Details and registration are here.
Story. Your story. My story. Our story. The magic of sacred sharing.
The world isn’t just the way it is. It is how we understand it, no? And in understanding something, we bring something to it, no? Doesn’t that make life a story?
~Yann Martel, Life of Pi