The Laura Longley Show – March 24, 2014: Creating Trust in a Fear-Based Environment with Sister Jenna from the Meditation Museum

Sister Jenna sizedThere are many pieces of fear within our souls and when we are threatened in areas like job insecurity, infidelity in relationships, health concerns and struggling to trust our politicians to do the right thing, our trust factor, which is a natural innate thermometer, goes cold. If a society of folks has collectively been doing this for centuries, we will eventually approach a period where, deep within the subconscious area of our souls, we know it’s a matter of time until this old system of fooling ourselves and others will end. One of the greatest fears we walk with is to be seen for what we really are when all the masks are off.

Join Laura and Sister Jenna on The Laura Longley Show as we explore how we can learn to trust again in a culture that has become fearful and anxiety-ridden.

More About Sister Jenna

For decades, Sister Jenna, as she is affectionately known, has moved and shaped the consciousness of lives around the world.  She has traveled to over 80 countries to raise awareness of the self and the Divine.  Her wisdom, peace, and compassion for humanity are expressed through the variety of initiatives she spearheads for youths, women, governments, and communities.  She is someone who herself has come from self-destructive patterns and turned that into courage and service to humanity.

Sister Jenna is the founder and director of the Meditation Museum, and director of the Washington, D.C. branch of the Brahma Kumaris, a worldwide organization with over 8,000 branches in 120 countries.  Under her guidance, in 2012, the nationwide America Meditating initiative was launched, promoting an awareness of personal empowerment and peace as a way of increasing harmony and a more vibrant America during a time of great uncertainty.

Sister Jenna is also the host of the America Meditating Radio Program and co-host for an upcoming new reality TV show entitled “Soul Search: What are we Looking For?”  Featured in the Huffington Post, Patch and various media outlets, Sister Jenna’s soft spoken voice of wisdom moves lives and shifts consciousness. She has been featured in various books and publications. She is invited by major institutions, such as The World Bank Group, The Pentagon, The Coast Guard, The George Washington University to name a few, as well as, by grassroots organizations to offer lectures and workshops that promote positive awareness, change, and solutions. Her spiritual leadership in a city like Washington, D.C., has yielded meaningful relationships for personal, local, and global change.

Find out more at www.meditationmuseum.org

 


2 Responses

  1. Scott Kerwin says:

    Really enjoyed your show today, and your guest, Sister Jenna. Doing things in a different way, sometimes as simple as sleeping on the other side of the bed, driving a different route to work, using the other sink to brush your teeth, all good stuff as to how to help get unstuck. And the energy, how when things get negative, to dig and find the seed that underlies everything, out from which the positive will grow again, I try to do that and nurture that in my own life and for others, what a great thing to remember. Keep up the good work, and good luck with resolving those noisy apartment issues!

    • Laura Longley Laura Longley says:

      Glad you enjoyed the show, Scott! It truly is a practice, isn’t it, to try to make the choice in each moment to come from love. I really appreciated Sister Jenna’s humor about our lack of perfection – and her own – in this regard. And, as far as my apartment noise goes, even if my neighbor keeps being noisy, I feel that I’ve made an internal shift that will allow me to tolerate it now, even if I don’t like it. Thanks for listening!

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