Inspiring storyteller, writer and speaker, Dr. Nina Kelly compares the volatile transition of winter to spring to the turbulence and chaos that ensues when efforts are consciously made to change old habits that no longer serve to more positive behaviors.
New Orleans, LA – March 14, 2019 – Dr. Nina M. Kelly, Inspirational Storyteller, Coach, Author and Co-Author of The Big Question with Larry King, and Success Mastery and Success Breakthroughs with Jack Canfield, recently posted a new blog on her website entitled, “Weathering The Volatility Of Change.”
Dr. Kelly writes, “Spring is in the air, and then, it’s not! Winter is back. This is the volatile nature of the weather as we move from winter into spring.” She continues adding, “We can find that same chaotic volatility in our own human nature when we attempt to make deep and lasting changes. It’s not typically an easy task.”
“An invitation to change is often issued internally by the soul,” says Dr. Kelly, emphasizing that it is coming from, “our deepest nature.” “However,” she adds, “often change is dictated from external sources in your career or relationships. Many people either don’t recognize an invitation to change until they are “hit on the head” with it.” Dr. Kelly emphasizes, “Far too often we humans have to be confronted with some tragic event to open our eyes to the necessity of changing our behaviors. But, even for those who make conscious efforts to change, our old habits tend to dig in their heels resisting and rebelling against the desired change. Thus the expression, “Old habits die hard”. But, if you keep at it, the persistent, repeated efforts pay off.”
The entire blog can be read at https://www.ninamkelly.com/weathering-the-volatility-of-change/
About Dr. Nina M. Kelly
Nina M. Kelly is a mythologist with an emphasis in depth psychology, storyteller, author, humanitarian, and cultural and arts activist. She also is an Archetypal Pattern Analyst and Dream Pattern Analyst. Nina’s sense of adventure has always been sparked through learning more about people and their cultures. Believing that if you understand a person’s culture, stories, myths, and rituals, then you more readily open your world to greater compassion.
Her passion for the art of healing through stories brought her to the place of writing Grace Has A Silent Voice where she honors the silent heroes and the resilience of the human spirit. Working with death and dying patients she acquired a tremendous respect for the proper honoring of story. In her book she acknowledged the silent heroes that walk into our life for a moment then quickly disappear. This inevitably leaves an imprint that continues to remind us there is beauty in humanity.
Nina’s doctorate is from Pacifica Graduate Institute in Mythological Studies and Emphasis on Depth Psychology, her dissertation research was completed through Louisiana State University Medical Center in New Orleans, Louisiana. Dissertation: Myth Making and Modern Medicine, A Case of Kidney Transplantation. Her research work included reducing the rejection episodes post-transplant implementing the power of stories and images. She published The Lost Heritage in Psychology at the Threshold.
In addition to The Big Question, co-authored with Larry King, other publications by Dr. Kelly include: Success Mastery and Success Breakthroughs, both co-authored with Jack Canfield, Leo Learns A Lesson, Psychology at the Threshold, and Crossing Borders: An Archetypal Exploration in Times of Transition.
Nina has also been actively involved in film production serving as Executive Producer on Dandelion, A New Leash on Life – K9 for Warriors and Larry King – A Celebrated Life.
Nina is also an Archetypal Pattern Analyst and Dream Pattern Analyst where she completed her studies from Assisi International Institute and published Weaving Story Into The Web.
Nina served as an executive film producer for the short film “Dandelion.” The film won the judge’s award and has shown at several film festivals. She has also served as president of the New Orleans Opera Association, Vice President of the Shreveport Opera Association, president of Southern Repertory Theatre, Chair for Loyola University School of Music Visiting Committee, president and CEO of the Children’s Bureau, publishing the history of the Children’s Bureau, Saving Wednesday’s Child (authored by Mark Cave) and authoring the introduction and acknowledgements. Throughout her tenure, she has served on numerous non-profits boards.
Nina continues to challenge us through the inspiration and motivation of storytelling. She continues to believe that the artform of storytelling and story sharing originate from the heart of everyone searching for expression thus healing both listener and teller.