Mar 20, 2018
Welcome to the inaugural episode of “Storytelling Matters.” In this episode, you’ll hear a story from me, Maggid Jim Brulé, and two stories from Kohenet Rinah Rachel Galper. In these stories – and my interviews with Rinah Rachel, we’ll explore what a transformational story is, as well as how who we are presents us with challenges and opportunities to craft and tell such stories.
You’ll hear three different kinds of stories: a personal story, a folktale, and a crafted story that presents a different view of traditional events that will likely surprise you. You’ll also hear Rinah Rachel discussing her journey into transformational storytelling, as well as benefit from some of the lessons she’s learned over the years.
Kohenet Rinah Rachel Galper. Visit her site, Our Sacred Circles, to learn more about the many services, events, and support that she provides. Of particular interest is the Women’s Wisdom Project, where she is collecting and sharing women's wisdom around surviving and thriving.
Thanks to musician, producer, and mensch Joe Eglash for composing, performing, and recording our theme music.
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