The Phoenix Rising Collective (PRC) inspires and empowers personal growth and change in the lives of women through personal development and self-care workshops, holistic wellness events, and personal empowerment coaching.
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I am Ayanna Jordan, founder, workshop leader, and personal empowerment coach (Learn more about me here.); The PRC is my grandest love made visible, and I am excited to provide powerful, impactful resources that honor your authenticity and encourage stepping into the fullness of who you are!
Phoenix Shine – Latest from the Blog:
By Traci Currie [Art + Creativity]
I asked her, “Who are you?” And Mireidys Garcia Jimenez responded, “I am Becoming.” I almost want to begin and end this story with the sentence above. As the interviewer, it speaks volumes, but it would be unfair to the reader to end with this sentence. At least I would be annoyed as a reader. Sometimes we meet people who are more than a passerby in our journey. They are spiritual beings made of earth, grounded in their descendant nature, using words to transform ways of thinking. Sometimes we bask in the presence of spirit-beings who are beyond their own spatial time. Read More HERE.
By Megan Weidner [Health + Wellness]
Wow! Can you believe summer is over? I simply cannot believe how fast it has gone by and that I’m nine months into contributing to The Phoenix Rising Collective. The PRC is inspiring, empowering, and calming, so I hope that my articles have inspired you to incorporate health and wellness into your life resulting in a calm and healthy mind, body and soul.
A few weeks ago I had the opportunity to present at The PRC’s The Fullness of Me workshop. I enjoyed meeting and getting everyone up and MOVING! We had a blast, and I mentioned to the group that physical well-being is directly related to our mental well-being. My goal is to empower all of the workshop attendees and our readers to incorporate movement into their lives. I love it; I really truly do. Read More HERE.
The phoenix has the power to heal herself when hurt or wounded, rising from the experience stronger. She burns fiercely and reduces to ashes to emerge a new bird.
During this time of the year, a change of season, particularly fall, I especially think of what the phoenix symbolizes: transformation, resilience and renewal.
As we gently move into a new season, specifically fall – a season of acceptance and letting go, think about your own transformation. Like the beautiful fire bird what will you release to be transformed and emerge anew? How have you persevered this year? Been resilient? Read More HERE.
It’s simple. Pick one of your favorite books, take a photo with it, and tell us how your book-pick has been a self-esteem booster! Share with us how it has inspired personal growth and sparked “light bulb moments” that changed your life in some way – physically, emotionally, or spiritually. Book picks may cover a wide range of topics.
Submit your photo and info to us, here, and we’ll share your book suggestion with the rest of The Collective. Be self-love in action!
She Makes It Beautiful (SMIB) encourages and inspires women to follow their entrepreneurial dreams by interviewing and sharing the phenomenal stories of women entrepreneurs who’ve already taken that courageous leap and soared. We asked entrepreneurs in diverse creative professions to participate, and they were more than willing to pay it forward. So, from opening a dance studio to starting a bakery to grooming pets and everything in between, you’ll read the unique and empowering stories about how these women decided to just make it happen! There are also FREE SMIB Bonus Materials included. Use them as your personal toolkit to help get that dream off the ground. All bonus materials complement the advice given by each of the entrepreneurs.
The last feature for the year is Kim Walker-Williams and Fatimot Ladipo, co-founders of Code Kids Rock, take a look HERE.