Narrative Shifting

Why work with Story?

Stories are the building blocks of who we are.

Stories are the energy from which our relationships are formed.

Stories are the frames in which we construct and conceive of our world.

Stories are the rich soil our beliefs sink deep roots into for nourishment.

Stories determine our truth.
 Stories open and close us.

Stories drive our patterns of self sabotage.

Stories assemble our limitations and ensure we stay within them.

Stories speak to our degrees of deserving and reiterate ad nauseum the imbalance of our ‘enoughness’.

Stories feed the perception gaps of our loveability, intelligence, success and joy.

Stories speak the language of stuckness and dress it up in lies of comfort, safety and security.

Stories are patient.
 Stories are persistent.
 Stories are pervasive. And stories are hungry. They demand we feed them.

Over time they sink deep into our subconscious where they drive our behaviour, emotions, and wellness. Here they tell us who we are and who we will only ever be.

Our stories are old. And our stories are new.

Our stories are in our hearts, minds and bodies, and they echo down ancestral lines. Some are hardwired in our DNA.

They are inherited from the systems we live in, and they call to each other, striving to stay alive; to stay relevant, to be heard and lived.

Not all our stories were authored by us, though.
And not all the stories we have authored are helpful, supportive and healthy.

But stories can set us free. When we know them, we get to see into the power they have to shape every single part of our lives.

Narrative shifting is all about understanding our stories, where they come from, the emotional foundations which fuel them and the pay offs we receive in holding onto them.  When we know how to rewrite them, we are empowered to command our narratives and real change in our life happens.
We stop reciting old lines and instead write new future-shaping ones.

The ReAuthored Life Process

The ReAuthored Life is a unique narrative shifting process that draws on cartomancy (tarot and oracle cards), narrative therapy, the elements and journalling.

It is offered here as two separate but related resources: The ReAuthored Life (Workbook) and The ReAuthored Life (Journal).

Download the Sampler

The ReAuthored Life (Workbook)

A five-part narrative deconstruction and rewriting process that asks what story do you want to re-author?

It utilises elemental language to present the process in four different ways according to fire, air, earth and water.

The 96 page workbook is presented as a combination of tarot spreads and journal questions, with space to create and track ritual work associated with the process.

The workbook offers you the flexibility to re-write a story at your own pace and within the element best suited to serve the narrative shift.

Read the opening of the workbook.

To purchase the workbook email me info(at)jodicleghorn(dot)com.

The ReAuthored Life (Cartomancy Journal)

The ReAuthored Life is the latest incarnation of my on-going commitment to create self-directed tools for deep soul inquiry and personal evolution via the tarot.

The ReAuthored Life began life as The Lyrical Songbook at the end of 2017 and was my attempt at creating a tarot resources which tapped into the calendar, lunar and solar months.

Originally, inspired and shaped by astrology, it has embraced everything from narrative therapy to core values in the last four years. I am excited to see what it will evolve into in 2022, its 5th year, as it merges with my ongoing studies as a life coach and continuing exploration of the energetic/spiritual side of my life.

The ReAuthored Life is a 30+ page monthly tarot journal that includes spreads for:

    • the calendar month
    • dark, new and full moons
    • astrological months
    • working with venus

It also includes spreads (where relevant) associated with the equinox and solstice, start and end of the year and tool box spreads such as my infamous ‘Phoenix Spread’.

Each month includes at least one unique spread that draws on the astrological weather.

Additionally, journal pages for:

  • tracking projects and ideas
  • reviewing the month that was
  • tapping into the lunar energy

Download January 2022’s journal to see what you can expect each month.

Join Patreon on the Tarot Patron tier to get each month’s journal.

Image: Book Girl by Jodi Cleghorn