Who I am & what I believe
My name is Jennifer Ibbotson Rodriguez; I hope you will call me Jen.
I originated from rippling waters with an internal drive for the more divine.
I have spent my life dedicated to the pursuit of my most authentic and healthiest self.
Over the past few years I have committed myself to enriching the lives of those who are also striving for ‘a more super sense of self’.
I will create a safe cocoon for your metamorphosis process; you will allow your own best self to emerge!
whatever we focus on grows
I would not be who I am without music.
Vibrations resonate throughout nature as well as the industrialized world. Even in manufactured silence, there is a rhythm and melody that cannot be ignored for long. It is the personal song of our souls singing through the beat of our hearts; our blood pulsing within our veins, keeping time with our breath, accompanied by the current of electricity firing throughout every neuron ~ we are symphonies!
We are undeniably, also, bodies of water. It can even be argued that the aging process is the dehydration of the body.
Japanese scientist, Masaru Eomoto taught me in his groundbreaking book, The Hidden Messages in Water how powerfully vibrations affect water molecules, and the seemingly miraculous effect certain vibrations can create.
This has led to a much better understanding of how we positively (and negatively) create our own health and wellbeing; how we can consciously construct our own reality.
enjoy the day
Understanding the personal responsibility we each hold over our own realities can be quite intimidating. For those with a victim based identity, it can actually feel impossible. I believe, however, this personal accountability can and should be our fuel, inspiring us instead to define ourselves as survivors!
It is not what happens to us, but how we react and respond; what truly matters is how we resonate with what happens in our lives.
This can be as easy as identifying our personal responsibility to ‘enjoy the day’ rather than waiting passively to ‘have a good day.’ A good day is not something that happens to us, it is something that we actively notice and appreciate with an open and grateful heart.
go kindly and be super
Similarly, who we are does not happen to us by mere chance or circumstance alone. We are the cumulative outcome of our daily choices and habits, and the thoughts that create them.
Understanding, let alone controlling, what thoughts form our habits and choices can be much more confusing!
Understanding our emotions and navigating their inherent meanings can be downright mind-boggling!
The subconscious mind can feel like a mystery to most. Yet, with a capable guide leading the way; we each have the ability and power to affect how we interpret the world around us.
How we decipher and understand what happens in our life will define us, our purpose, and eventually create who we actually are.