January 15, 2018
Alison was raped in high school and this impacts her perception of #metoo and ponders our need to think about things further, as #metoo creates a polarization which creates an us vs. them situation.
On January 15th Alison shares her story and her perspective that while social movements may seem attractive, we must look deeper and really consider what we are supporting. We need to explore our accountability to move to a place of freedom.
The road-map of life is often covered by obstacles. Carol discovered it matters not whether your life vehicle is a Ferrari or a Ford, what matters is how you master driving life’s road of Self-Discovery! Life experiences can be the most excruciatingly wonderful, relentlessly gentle life lessons with many possibilities!
On January 15th Carol will share her experience of how you can discover that a wee-bit of insane courage can be the SHIFT needed to open your heart to be all you can be!
Fifteen years ago, Christine’s life changed when her son, Sean, was born.
Full of life, compassion, zest and spunk, Sean was no ordinary child. Seeing the world through Sean’s young, innocent, non-judgmental eyes was beautiful.
However, as Sean gets older, his world changes. The question is does he have to change with it? Can he fit in or should he stand out?
On January 15th Christine will share a few stories about her son and about how being different is a strength, as it separates those who are ordinary from those who are extraordinary.
“Each breath we take has the possibility of not occurring again. Each incoming breath has the possibility of no outgoing breath and each outgoing the possibility of no incoming breath. Accepting this invisible expiry date on our physical body is not an easy task and yet without it, we are simply living and not being Alive.”
On January 15th Jivi shares her insight so we can accept our death date, the invisible expiry date that ignites the power to live a life full of purpose, intention and meaning.
“I have spent most of my life warring with myself. Within me lives the harshest of critics and a voice so hateful I can break my own heart. Then about 2 years ago, I fell in love and as it fell apart, came the most beautiful reckoning. I was cracked open and tucked away behind the shame I discovered a Queen; my voice and most powerful self.” – Sasha Herman
On January 15th Sasha will share her realization that until we love ourselves, there is no way to truly love others. And until we can love others, there is no way we can change our lives, never mind the world around us.