episode 71: Karen Kenney on transforming your
story to your glory
Karen Kenney is a spiritual mentor, writer, and storyteller who shares about how to get out of your own way and go from feeling victimized in life to feeling empowered. Having overcome great adversity herself after her mother was murdered, she teaches how to shift the narrative of your life story so you can make room for happiness and peace.
Listen to this episode to hear how Karen can help you find “Fearless Flow” and transition from your story to your glory!
more about Karen:
Karen Kenney is a writer, speaker, and the founder of Fearless Flow Mentoring. She’s a certified Spiritual Mentor, has been a student & guide of A Course in Miracles for 26+ years and a longtime student of Passage Meditation. She’s also been a certified yoga teacher since 2001 and is a Gateless Writing Teacher.
Karen (also known as “KK”) grew up in Lawrence & Boston, MA and is known for her storytelling, her sense of humor and her “down-to-earth” approach to spirituality. Her signature program: “Your Story to Your Glory” helps people let go of their old stories of suffering and victimization – so they can write a new kick-ass story – from an inner place of power, forgiveness, freedom and Spirit.
A sought-after expert and Spiritual Thought Leader for Live Events, Podcasts, Coaching Programs and Shows, Karen speaks on stages across the country and leads transformational retreats in the New England area and at the Omega Institute in NY. Karen is the host of podcast & videocast The Karen Kenney Show and is currently at work on her memoir. You can learn more and connect with Karen at: www.karenkenney.com.
in this episode Lisa and Karen share:
- Karen’s story of adversity and how it can help others not feel victimized
- What Karen has learned from A Course in Miracles that she now teaches to others
- How our beliefs impact our sense of freedom and safety
- What it means to live your life in “Fearless Flow”
- How to draw on the power of a spiritual team and how to build your own
- How Karen responds to criticism from a place of love (even when it’s hard)
- The impact that having clear story has on your business and brand
- How our “individual curriculum” can influence our life’s work
- Why it’s important to have a dedicated daily spiritual practice
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