Do you know you have a powerful story? And that engaging your story brings healing by connecting neural networks in the brain?
We are being invited to co-author an epic story, a love story, a very good story. Our story matters and God is not done with it.
Now, more than ever is the time to engage your story and how it fits into a much larger narrative.
In today’s episode, I brought my personal coach, Jean Masukevich, back on the show to continue the conversation we started in Episode 5 when we talked about collective trauma and how all of our trauma is coming up right now because of this pandemic.
Jean and I talk about story and how our story fits into a larger narrative. We talk about how we can go about exploring this story and how we can use this exploration as an entry point to healing.
Jean is a trauma-sensitive yoga teacher and integrative coach. Her mission is to guide others to greater mind, body, spirit integration, and connection to their authentic self. She cultivates communities of care where individuals and groups heal and share their hearts and stories through movement, creativity, meditation, integrative prayer, and the sacred art of listening.
Jean holds an advanced certificate in grief and trauma from the Allender Center of the Seattle School of Theology and Psychology and is a Spiritual Director with a certificate through Sustainable Faith. Jean serves both children and adults and is available for in-person and remote coaching.
Listen to the full episode to hear:
- What it means to have a story
- How engaging your story sets you on a path to healing
- And how our family of origin affects how we perceive the world