Tracking Your Wyrd--16 Love Letters to Your Wryd Genius
Within 24 hours of signing up for this course, you will receive your username and password so you can log in for lifetime access to each love letter. Be sure to check the email you use to register for login directions. If you haven't received your directions within 24 hours, email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Tracking your wyrd in childhood
- Tracking your wyrd in your wounds
- Tracking your wyrd in your emotional body
- Tracking your wyrd in your quirks and habits and peculiarities
- Tracking your wyrd in your gifts and talents
- Tracking your wyrd in literature, music, and film
- The importance of finding, following, and never letter go of your wyrd tribe
- And more!
Move through each letter at your own pace (one per week is suggested). When you sign up, your access to each letter never expires.
==> Click here to read more about this program, watch Jennifer's introductory video, and read the first love letter for free!
Each letter is so rich! I love Jennifer's sense of humor coupled with her fierce advocacy that we 'be more wyrd.' I've found myself making bolder and more unapologetic decisions, and like she said in one of the letters, living out loud." Robert T.
Wow. I was gifted this program by my mom and didn't know what to expect. What can I say? It was so emotional. I cried so many times, I nodded my head like 'Yes! Yes! Yes!', I laughed out loud, but mostly I just learned so much about myself and came to a real acceptance of my 'wyrd' gifts and talents. No more hiding. I am who I am and wonderful the way I am, which is something my mom always tells me--LOL! Got it, Mom. Thanks Jennifer. In every letter, I felt like you were talking just to me, telling me exactly what I needed to know but didn't quite believe about myself." Haley P.
I opened each letter having no idea what to expect. From Picasso to Martin Luther King to the Jetsons to Jonathan Livingston Seagull to Dr. Seuss, it was one wild ride. Jennifer's a great storyteller, and I loved the way she modeled being wyrd for us by being so wyrdly herself. I've filled up pages with her journal prompts and I'm not done yet. I've also had some great conversations with my partner, and we've promised to support each other's wyrd more (there may have been some judgment there before, just saying!)." Cameron C.