Epiphany Jordan is a caregiver, and nurturer by nature and profession. From running a guesthouse, to hosting large events, to managing busy executives’ lives, she brings humor, wisdom, patience, and acceptance to her interactions with other people. Epiphany is the author of the forthcoming book Somebody Hold Me: The Single Person’s Guide to Nurturing Human Touch which will be published in 2019.
She has a B.A. in journalism and considers herself a grammar geek. In the past, she has worked as a bartender, journalist, cigarette girl, legal assistant, and advice columnist. She has been reading tarot for 30 years and finds it to be a fascinating study into archetypal human experiences.
In addition to Karuna Sessions, Epiphany also runs her sister business, Blue Star Temple, in Austin, TX. She has been trained by the Institute for Mind Body Therapy to work with therapists to provide integrated care to clients and has also studied with The Body Electric School.
Her favorite element is water, and she can often be found under the trees on the side of the hill at Barton Springs. Her mantra is “evolution, not revolution” and she considers herself a social artist, painting visions of how things could be on the canvas of our world.
I believe in a world where we can write our own stories. And we’re past time to make them better than the old version.
- Nurturing Human Touch is available, but not accessible. Yet.
- Touch is extremely effective in helping people feel more connected.
- The cultural issues that prevent us from touching one another need to be addressed.
- The old story of separation and competition is waning.
- The new story of interbeing and interrelation is gaining traction.
- The change will come about because we make the change happen.