March 2016 Visibility Challenge

* (This is re-posted from March of 2016, when the visibility challenge originally took place).*

This visibility challenge was an opportunity for me to commit to myself to show up every day, no matter what, to create a video. I had no particular ‘reason,’ other than to explore the vulnerability of being visible in more ways.

When I first began, I had no idea what the topics would be, or if I’d have enough to cover the time I had committed to. Each day led to insights that offered potential topics for the next day, and so on.

I enjoyed the process, and feel I gained a deeper sense of alignment through the daily explorations. I came to understand that being visible is not just an external experience. It is an integral experience that flows from deep within, expressing externally as we uncover and claim more of our inner truth. This was a valuable revelation for me.

The playlist below includes videos on vulnerability, change, trust, choice, denial, responsibility and power, just to name a few.

Big Love,
~ Jenny

Visibility Playlist

8 thoughts on “March 2016 Visibility Challenge

  1. What a great idea! Right now playing the videos won’t work (I’m sitting somewhere and don’t have my headphones with me, Yikes!) I so look forward to witnessing your visibility. Congrats.

    • Hi Denise!

      Thank you so much for your comment. I’m really enjoying the process. I feel that the message and intention are more important than the presentation, and part of this challenge for me is just showing up. So here I am 🙂

      Thanks for taking the time to watch and comment.

      Big Love,
      ~ Jenny <3

  2. I watched your videos and admire your courage to take the challenge on. You certainly open thoughts for brainstorming. My own experience is that people lack the experience of being heard. Really being heard. Its like you talking to us without an immediate response. You must be wondering are you being heard., or gotten. Sure, you can tell by the number of views, but understood.

    Interesting. Not sure I got your WHY you are doing this.

    • Hi Roslyn,

      Thank you for your comment! I appreciate your feedback and your insights into being heard. For me the challenge is a personal commitment to visibility on all levels. I don’t think it’s so much about external measures of visibility but about my willingness to open myself to being seen. The videos are only the surface layer – what underlies them is a choice to be more visible, and that’s the real why. It feels like I’m creating a clear pathway to my dreams 🙂

      Thanks again for stopping by!

      Big Love,
      ~ Jenny

  3. Firstly, congratulations on taking on the challenge and actually showing up for youself for these first five days, Jenny! My first thought was that all any of us really wants is to be seen and to be heard…truly seen and heard for who we are. Our responsibility is to be as authentically “ourself” as possible and offer that to the world. How others see us or hear is, isn’t something we can control. Then I thought of how we wear different masks at different times and in different situations as we weave through the day. It also brought up the thought that as women get older, they become “invisible” in our North American society because of our preoccupation with youthful beauty. On a spiritual plane we are all connected and maybe the word visibility aligns somehow in the physical plane with seeing. It’s a great challenge and for each of us brings up different ideas and reflections on how “visible” we are both to ourselves and to all of those around us. Thanks for the food for thought and have fun as you continue on for the next 20 days!

    • Hi Beverley,

      Thank you so much for watching and commenting!

      Yes, showing up has been a big part of the challenge. Ha ha! I don’t know if I anticipated that beforehand, so I’m learning as I go.

      There are so many layers to visibility, it’s difficult to pinpoint which ones are holding us back at different times. We hide as much from ourselves as we do from others. Yet, as long as we show up and do our best to shine in every moment, there’s not much more we can ask of ourselves.

      I think that as we reveal the essence of the light within us, the externals no longer matter. Ideals of youthful beauty keep us trapped in the pursuit of one aspect of our divine perfection, which is so expansive.

      Thank you for your comment and your supportive words!

      Big Love,
      ~ Jenny

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