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Passion into Action with Jennifer Crebbin: Change Your Life, Change Your Handwriting

“Now is the time to do the work we came here to do- step into your power!” ~ Jennifer Crebbins

Jennifer-Crebbin-photoJennifer Crebbin is a coach, author of Soul Development through Handwriting, Certified Instructor for the International Institute of Handwriting Studies, and Certified Handwriting Consultant. She helps people transform the way they see the world and themselves.  When you feel dissatisfied with life (relationships, work, finances, creativity or other areas), Jennifer teaches a gentle daily practice using handwriting that produces powerful results.

Track:  Defining You

Workshop:  Change Your Life, Change Your Handwriting with Jennifer Crebbin

We express ourselves through movement and share how we feel about the world.  Walking down the street, we see the joy in the young child’s skip and the awkward gait of the adolescent. By changing the way we move, we can change our life. The movement of our pen across paper records our movements.

We can see volumes about the writer in their frozen movements on paper.  And, in turn, we can alter our lives through changing our movements in handwriting.  I will share tools to empower your life and help you fully express your Divine Self with handwriting.

1.   What is your passion or purpose you are being called to bring into action right now?

I help people overcome obstacles to the full expression of their divine being. I use the tool of Handwriting. People come to me because they want to change something, I see where it exists in their writing and help them remove it!

2.   What were the motivating factors or defining moments that inspired you to get involved and share your passion? 

I came across a book on changing your life through changing your handwriting; I have been hooked ever since. Once I read the book, I haven’t looked back and my whole life has changed. I was in an unhappy marriage and so on. Now I look younger and have more energy than I did 10 years ago.

3.  What is your mantra or favorite quote you refer to when you seek inspiration or hope and why?

“What could you not accept if you but knew it was given to you by a World full of Love?” paraphrase from A Course in Miracles.

Sometimes the bumps in life are there to change the situation that isn’t working for us. To see the bumps as Goddess given and for our benefit, changes the way the World looks at every moment!

4.     Tell us about a moment recently when you were standing in your full power and purpose?

Today a friend was speaking of her life and where she was headed. Inherent in her speaking was a tone of self demeaning of who she is- a stand for beauty, art and relationship. I gently reminded her of how beautiful she is and how she is adding new skills and abilities not negating who she is right now. The energy between us was incredible in that moment and stayed with me as I lived my day.

5.     Why is the work you are doing so important for everyday women? 

Especially right now we as women have an important role to play in honoring the Feminine in life- the connectedness, honoring relationships and restoring balance to the world. For us to be strong, we need to let go of some of our old patterns and step into our power.

6.     Why is it so important for women to participate in an event like the Passion into Action Conference? 

When women gathering together it is restorative. It helps us to step out of the “old ways” and envision new ways of being and working in the world. Most of all, it helps nourish us just to be together!

7.     What are you hoping will be the biggest take-aways for women both at the Passion into Action Experience and your workshop? 

We can do it! When we come together, we are unstoppable.

8.     What is your message to women around the world?

Now is the time to do the work we came here to do- step into your power!

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