Press Release (ePRNews.com) - Toronto, Ontario - Oct 25, 2016 - CUTV News announced today transformational energy weaver and artist Janet Stanley has been featured in an exclusive sit-down interview with host Jim Masters.
It can take us a while to embrace our gifts. We get busy with life. We need to make money and put food on the table and care for our children. We don’t allow ourselves the time to share the special thing that only we can share.
It’s important to step outside of the roles we fall into and allow ourselves the freedom to shift and reinvent ourselves.
But if we can find clarity for what it is we have to offer and step into our full gifts, the universe can hear that loud and clear.
“My life has been about exploring transformation – in my living, in my art and in my healing work,” says Janet Stanley. “To share it with others I had learn it – to learn it I had to live it.”
Janet Stanley is an abstract expressionist painter, Transformational Energy Weaver and the founder of Open Heart Healing, where she creates healing works of art and holds space for others expand into a more radiant version of themselves.
According to Janet, working with the energy field is very much like painting. The creative process of making art accesses the same place of pure potentiality that fuels personal transformation and expansion. Janet says she first came to discover the power of energy work through her art.
“It’s about realizing how interconnected we all are on the web of life,” explains Janet. “What one does affects the whole and the whole affects the one. Like abstract expressionism, energy weaving offers a tactile approach to exploring ideas. Keeping your hands busy gets you out of your head.”
Today, Janet’s clients include other healing arts practitioners: massage therapists, artists and entrepreneurs with creative passion.
Still, whether exploring the possibilities of art or healing, the relationship between Janet and her client must stay grounded. And Janet makes herself emotionally available so her clients can feel safe enough to engage in these sensitive conversations.
“There’s something about being seen and heard exactly as you are that’s very empowering,” says Janet. “It’s important to step outside of the roles we fall into and allow ourselves the freedom to shift and reinvent ourselves.”
For more information on Janet Stanley, visit her new website http://www.janetstanley.ca