Feb 24, 2022
This episode was recorded on 2/18/2021.
Hey there! Thank you for joining another episode of The Joyful Toolkit. In today’s episode, we are joined by someone who I truly believe showed up in my life by divine timing. She is a writer from a small town in Connecticut who loves to travel, converse, and spend time with family and friends. When she is not thinking about creative ideas or trying new vegan recipes, she can be found on her podcast entitled “Fearless Living”.
Join us as we talk about:
Navigating the corporate world and trying to find your own work that is more artistic or creative.
Jessica’s definition of joy: paying attention to her own authenticity and finding her inner voice and listening to it. Also, feeling a sense of peace to who she is.
Why prayer is one of the strategies she uses when she feels her foundation is falling out from under her.
Her view on prayer: Not in the way that it's connected to organized religion, but affirmation and how words are connected to ourselves, inner selves, and the divine.
An inner look at Reiki: a Japanese practice of taking universal life energy and utilizing that energy. There are different rules and regulations, and the training is focused on whoever is trained, takes on new students and can put Reiki symbols into your energetic field.
More on her podcast: Fearless Living
Why writing is one of the tools she uses to find her fearlessness.
The weight of this quote: “Shining your light gives other people the permission to do the same”
Some Joyful Tools:
A Heartbreaking Work of Staggering Genius
Where can you find Jessica:
This podcast is presented by Little But Fierce Productions™. A West Virginia native now based in Brooklyn, Megan is an actor and award winning audiobook narrator. She has recorded over 200 audiobooks from her home studio with such publishers as Penguin Random House, Simon & Schuster, Hachette, Harper Collins and more. Contact her here!
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Song Credit: The Light in You by Pastis
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