Stephanie Soper grew up in Rhode Island, and currently lives in Washington D.C. where she does intuitively-guided emotional healing. Previously she was an education consultant, which included leading a project for the State Department's Office of Overseas Schools that designed standards for the American overseas schools. Her three childhood dreams were to be telepathic, an artist and to be a doctor. Though not a doctor, she does help people heal. With the addition of her newly-revived habit of painting, she is living out all three of her dreams.
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I've been ruminating on the idea of daring to dream in the weeks since I first encountered Whitney's website. It made intuitive sense to say dare to dream instead of just dream, but I kept wondering why dreaming requires daring. Seems like a thing we all do naturally, right?
I also thought about Janna Taylor, who has guest blogged here. I've watched Janna's own dreams (and her accompanying fears) unfold over the last two years. There's been daring in what she's doing. It's been thrilling to watch, but I haven't been sure I had the nerve to do the same. Janna introduced me to this site because she knew I was trying to start painting after a long time of avoiding it (about fifteen years) and was trying to make a go of my home business. I thought the home business was the big issue for me, but it's turned out to be my painting that has really taken some daring.
The systergy that Stephanie experienced was crucial to her moving forward. Is there something we want to do, that making a commitment to another trusted friend will become our pivot point?