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Korean Church of Melbourne

23-27 Glendearg Grove

Malvern, VIC 3144

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FINDING YOUR VOICE TELLING STORIES
Everyone loves a story – from legends, myths, fairy tales, folklore, parables, allegories and fables, to a yarn or a funny anecdote. We tell and listen to stories all the time. When we recount something or listen to someone else’s tales, we are engaging in storytelling. Oral, visual or written, from the intensely personal to the symbolic, stories have the power to captivate, enthral and transform people and culture. Finding your voice is about learning to tell your story.

Finding your voice is about each one of us making an effort to tell the stories of our lives.

Finding your voice is about choosing to become visible when you choose to tell your stories.
Remember, your voice is the connecting force between your inner and outer worlds. Your voice takes your inner life and makes it manifest, giving it shape and substance and meaning for others. Thus finding your ‘voice’ becomes a kind of code for finding yourself. Voice is what you say and how you say it; the two seamlessly weave together, the dancer and the dance.

For many people, finding one’s voice is not something that comes instinctively or naturally. One particularly interesting way of developing one’s voice involves deliberately assuming a self-reflexive and self-conscious stance – for instance, taking a step back to analyse the context and background from which you came as factors which influenced and shaped you and your life. Step two is then about shaping and moulding this material in order
to write in a deliberately self-reflexive and selfconscious manner.

This way of finding your voice and telling your story takes courage, honesty and patience, but it is also a powerful way of connecting with and inspiring others.

We all have our stories and many of us want to be able to share our stories effectively - but first we
need to find, own, and establish our voice.

Angeline Song will share significant aspects of her own unusual life story and help us to find our voice
and share our stories. Make sure you join us!

REGISTRATION includes all sessions, plus Morning and Afternoon tea, Lunches all 3 days, and Dinner on Tuesday evening.


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