Welcome to Reel Talk Tuesdays in collaboration with Jennifer Aks-Neuman from herStories.
We bring you women, or womxn as Jen likes to use, from all walks of life, with all different “walks of life” perspectives. Tune in every Tuesday if you’re feeling the need to be inspired, to be brave, to know you are not alone, to know there is a place to be HEARD.
We at Kuel Life, HEAR YOU.
Excited to share this week’s Reel Talk Tuesdays: Renee – From Army Fatigues to Feminine Fabric.
From Renee Herself:
“This is my creative exploration of how I came back to my feminine, sovereign self. With my military experience and trauma from my marriage, I was sent down a path of rediscovery really feeling into what I was desiring in life. I realized in this process, that I allowed my life to be consumed by pouring everything into someone and not having my own cup filled. I became very exhausted. I felt defeated and broke down, but my spiritual practices and my Divine Team lit a path for me to metabolize all emotions using creative expression. All of that metabolizing created space to bring forth new beginnings and new experiences.” – Mercedes
Witness Renee ‘From Army Fatigues to Feminine Fabric’:
About the Maker:
Jennifer Aks-Neuman is a Documentarian and Embodiment Coach. Jen is the founder of herStories which was born in response to the 2020 Covid-19 pandemic as a way to empower Womxn to share their story. She does that by creating short artistic video documentaries that are inspired by Womxns life stories. This collaborative platform is meant to inspire, empower, educate and deepen compassion around the world.