"I've learned that people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel."
~ Maya Angelou
Hello Sister co-Creators of our women's community,
3 exciting bit's of news!
1) Our FEM Talks YouTube channel is now up and running! - you can catch many of your favorite talks from our Miracle Salons. More videos are being added each week. Re-discover the wisdom ...
2) Last month nearly 80 women attended our monthly Miracle Salon! Thanks for bringing your friends! We cannot do this without you. Thank you...
3) Last week I sent out an invitation for you to attend the Client Attraction Weekend training with me - Nearly 20 of us "FEM Talks ladies" officially registered for this! YES! I cannot wait to see you all there. This going to be SO much fun!
Jessica Hadari's monthly personal share:
After the Boston bombings, Marianne Williamson, gave a wonderful talk in LA, asking (paraphrased)
“How can we collectively reach out our hands to stop the wave? How can we reach out to those who are about to fall through the cracks? How do we connect with those who are about to crack or break off?”
I truly appreciate the accountability she presences over and over again. Her talks is a series of inquiries into how we as a culture and living system, are accountable for our tragedies, and she asks us to swallow some hard truths.
Here is the link to the audio recording of Marianne Williamson's talk
This brings me to thoughts about philanthropy. As healers, and as women - I think we innately hold desires to affect through philanthropic gestures, to reach out to those who are about to fall through the cracks. One of my driving forces for building my own business is the desirable outcome of having the finances to give philanthropically. This is why the topics of $, client attraction, and feminine leadership are all so near and dear to my heart right now when I think about Marianne's question, “How can we collectively reach out our hands to stop the wave?" ... Fantasies of a whole community of financially empowered women leaders dance through me head, and visions of our collective power and the change(s) and philanthropy that we can be together.
Our sister community, the Goddess Collective offers an upcoming Leadership Foundation Course - I just LOVE what Sarah and Lisa have to say about it,
"A FEMININE LEADER has the willingness to AWAKEN to her inner leadership, strengthen that aspect of herself, and dares to go first. She supports and inspires both consciously and unconsciously, through her clear actions, potent vision, and loving communication. All while functioning from a steady foundation strengthened by Embodied Presence, Self Authority, Integrity, and Intuition."
May ALL women's gatherings open us as emotionally and spiritually available. I hope that you might join us all on for the next "Money Wisdom for Healers" Miracle Salon on May 13th. I know that this event will be a deep and joyous occasion - and I trust that each woman who attends will be in the perfect place, and that we all are exactly perfectly on our paths as activators and community sisters.
Bless you all,
Founder of FEM Talks - Alliance of Women Leaders, Healers, & Educators
Jessica Hadari is the founder of the Miracle Salon and the FEM Talks Alliance of Women Leaders, Educators & Healers.
Passionate about the "self-blossoming woman", for 15 years she has been privileged to lead countless women’s circles. Her greatest love? Watching women transform in the arenas of relationships, divine path and spiritual growth.
Each month she produces the Miracle Salon, a celebrated woman's wisdom networking event, as well as Women's Wisdom & Prayer Circles. Jessica immensely enjoys producing and collaborating around any women's event centered on emotional freedom.
She's a mother, writer, artist, hospice caregiver, master yoga teacher, holistic health practitioner, officiant, unconditional friend and voice of accountability in her Bay Area women’s communities.