"Jena, your journaling is the honey that makes the medicine go down!" Moana
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Myths and fairy tales are a perfect mirror for self reflection on myriad issues. When when we step into a Story Walking course, instead of simply reading the story, we allow the themes to refract and reverberate through our daily life. These journeys have serious momentum. You will find that there are helpers and synchronicities and deep internal conversations waiting to be activated. Our job is simply to show up with pen or scissors and brush...to use our marks to make our way deeper into conversation with our own truths. Instructions are peppy & personal and include experimenting with collage, painting, doodling, writing. Videos are short so you get inspired and get right to your journal!
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Never tried the Jenafer Joy approach to art journaling? Click the videos below to take a peek at what a daily prompt might entail.
"I simply love all of your prompts, videos, classes I have participated in! I LOVE that they are short & sweet and get right to the point, yet they are SO PROFOUND!"
“Thank you again Jena for everything that you do. Your prompts are deep...but doable. It's like you're holding up the lantern to light the path and I can see my way in and my way out. So then I can just focus on the deepness and explore what's there. You Rock!!!”
"Jena is a muse pied piper, as if museness flows from her and just draws everyone along…. pure magic."
“People who’ve never read fairy tales, the professor said, have a harder time coping in life than the people who have. They don’t have access to all the lessons that can be learned from the journeys through the dark woods and the kindness of strangers treated decently, the knowledge that can be gained from the company and example of Donkeyskins and cats wearing boots and steadfast tin soldiers. I’m not talking about in-your-face lessons, but more subtle ones. The kind that seep up from your subconscious and give you moral and humane structures for your life. That teach you how to prevail, and trust. And maybe even love.” From “The Onion Girl” by Charles De Lint.