Everybody Can Sing

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Everybody Can Sing

Sunday, 8 August 2021 Friday, 13 August 2021

The  Goal of the Feminine Mastery Mindset workshop will include:

Understanding Your Divine  FEMININE Power
of the vocal brings you safely through the fields of disruption and chaos to the purer fields of peace, compassion and forgiveness

  • How Feminine Mastery helps you understand that Divine Presence awakening within you to help you reconnect to your purpose
  • How Feminine Mastery is your core wisdom.

Personal Transformation

  • How to transform your limiting beliefs and discover the strengths that will move  you forward.
  • How to begin your work from within to live with authenticity
  • How to live with purpose and values to inspire trust.
  • How to show up and be seen for who you are.
  • How to quiet your mind and cultivate purposeful thinking to fully regenerate each day
  • How to Cultivate your mindset to stare fierceness in the face.
  • How to filter and mobilize the resources you already have for your dreams and goals
  • How to use your Feminine Mastery skills to embrace your shadows and critical inner voices and claim the wisdom that is your birthright — especially when you´refinding a new career, learning to love yourself again or wanting to reinvent your life
  • How to feel re-ignited and delight in your body pleasure and regeneration

Healing separations

Tools to help with  (unknown/unconscious from past, former instance) separations that still hinder, block our way to a flowing connection with our higherselves.

  • How to transform your shadows through wisdom and humility
  • How to Embrace your grieving process, so joy can re-enter your life
  • How beautiful it is to have a soul family and tribe that will support, empower, and love you for who you are

About Jocelyn

Jocelyn B. Smith has lived in Germany for the past 30 years. She has held more than 3.000 live concerts and has worked with very different artists such as Lenny White,Till Brönner, Falco, Alphaville, or composers such as Mikis Theodorakis, Heiner Goebbels and Zülfu Livanelli.

In 1995, she received the Golden Record Award for the title song of the Disney movie „The Lion King“. In 1998, she received the Jazz Award from the International Federation of the Phonographic Industry for her CD „Blue Lights and Nylons“ (her label Blondell Productions produced over 10.000 copies of the CD).

In 2006, Jocelyn started her philanthropic project and has founded the choir „Different Voices of Berlin“ in a community and neighborhood center against poverty and social exclusion in Berlin Kreuzberg, at „Gitschiner 15“. She is also the founder of the charitable „Yes We Can e.V.“ (2008), which campaigns for the sustainable protection and assistance for children as well as the humanitarian project „Shine A Light“.

In 2011, Jocelyn was asked to sing „Amazing Grace“ at the Berlin commemoration of September 11 at the Brandenburger Tor, which was broadcasted worldwide by CNN. She participated in the last concert held prior to closing the „Tränen Palast“ at the former German Border in front of special guests that included Archbishop Desmond Tutu, Angela Merkel, US-Presidents Barack Obama and Bill Clinton, German Bishop Wolfgang Huber, members of the German House of Parliament, Presidents of the Federal Republic of Germany, Roman Herzog and Horst Köhler.

In 2015, Jocelyn released her 30-year anniversary album „My Way“ with a concert at the Berlin Cathedral „The DOM“. She is the ambassador of the „Help 4 People e.V.“ (Refugee-Aid Foundation) together with Björn Schulz Stiftung (Sonnenhof Kinder Hospiz). Her initiative „Shine A Light“ promotes humanity and more tolerance. In 2016, Jocelyn performed with the internationally renowned classical baritone Thomas Quasthoffin Vienna as part of the Shine a Light Ambassadorship Honoring Tour – Shine A Light Ambassadors.

In 2018, Jocelyn was awarded the Federal Cross of Merit by the German president Frank Walter Steinmeier for her social engagement.