Inner Monsters are Little Taboos

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Writing under the overarching theme of Taboo should give us outrageous license to do whatever we very well please, don’t you think? So the first license I’m taking today is that I’m not going to touch on the oh-so-sophisticated taboo I had been planning and instead I’m going to jump to an admittedly Halloween appropriate but out-of-the blue topic: Inner Monsters.

The second license that I’m going to take is that I’m going to doodle this article instead of writing it.  You can blame my inner monster.


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Inner monsters are our little taboos: the things we think and feel that we don’t believe that we should. What if you let your monsters OUT? What if you got curious and found out more about them?

I love YOUR inner Monsters.
Happy Halloween!

Join Jenafer Joy for her upcoming course “Muse Intervention: Inner Monsters, Feisty Rants, and Permission to say NO!”starting November 3rd – find out more at:
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Brimming with the quirky enthusiasm that prompted her nom de plume,  Jenafer Joy rides bareback at the center of a Creativity Revolution. Using every trick in (and out) of the book – vibrant paintings, whimsical writings, and an unwavering faith in every person’s innate intuitive genius – it is impossible to spend time in her presence and not fall in love with yourself, with the whispering of your muse and with Jena’s heartfelt and contagious love of the creative life. Jena has been in the healing & creative arts leading Inspired Inquiry courses since 2003. And she is still pinching herself at the luck of being at the helm of the Cosmic Cowgirl Community as one of its three directors since 2010. You can find links to everything she’s up to on her website and can always find her paintings and a ridiculous pile up of journal pages on Facebook at The Art of Jenafer Joy.

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  1. Can I nominate this for Best CCM Article Ever?

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  2. That was cool to see somethings I have thought but never said!

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