The Hero's Journey to Self-Discovery
October 12, 2015
Hosted by Kristin Swarcheck, M.Ed., CPC, ELI-MP
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Joseph Campbell said, "The privilege of a lifetime is being who you are.” This is the elixir of life, the great bliss we are all seeking–the ability to simply be who we are, no matter whom we’re with or what storm we are weathering. But this privilege comes at a cost, and one that some of us are unwilling to pay. I will be talking with a dear friend and business colleague, Lorna Johnson, who has been through her own powerful hero’s journey of massive personal and business transformation, which included a very long, very dark night of the soul. I will also be sharing my own journey of awakening, and together we will explore the deep spiritual truths that underlie anyone’s path to self-knowledge and to fully embodying what it means to live with intention. There will be laughter, and there may even be tears, as we explore the raw, the real and the royal path we both took to self-sovereignty in our lives. You do not want to miss this first, inaugural episode of Intentional Living!
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We are most unhappy with our lives when we are living at the effect of conditions in which we’ve rendered ourselves powerless. Intentional Living shifts that dynamic and puts you in control of your life again. Being intentional requires understanding that your conscious and unconscious thoughts, feelings, attitudes and actions create your reality. It involves becoming aware of your self-limiting beliefs and blocks, and freeing yourself from past conditioning and habits that keep you stuck. It requires gaining clarity about who you are and what you want, and choosing how you “show up” in all situations. It’s simple, but rarely easy. Is it worth it? You get to decide.
Kristin Swarcheck, M.Ed., CPC, ELI-MP
Kristin Swarcheck, M.Ed., CPC, ELI-MP is a highly regarded thought-leader, transformational catalyst, certified professional coach and motivational speaker known for her ability to connect with people and explore difficult topics with tremendous honesty, warmth, and genuine regard for others. Her speaking engagements encourage audiences to embrace vulnerability and stand in their truth as they navigate difficult journeys through life into the most empowered, best version of themselves.
She is the founder of the Just Voice It Movement, which inspires men and women to reclaim their power from the situations and people that forced them to silence their authentic voice, and speak their truth. Her expertise helps her clients break free from self-limiting beliefs and blocks and awaken their intuitive leadership skills. She is writing a prescriptive, self-help memoir about her powerful transformational story, which is entitled, Crashing into Grace: Life Lessons From A Mother No Longer Asleep At The Wheel.
Kristin has dedicated her life to living intentionally and believes that we have an unlimited potential to achieve greatness and our most fulfilling life when we live our life on purpose through daily practices aligned with our core values and desires. This involves getting clear on who we are and what we desire and then aligning our actions with our truth.