Sunday, May 24, 2015

-World Renound Guide to Female Consciousness-
Author, Nancy's Truth -  Radio Host & Creatress of Phoetics

What’S the First gIRLhood photograph you think of?  

Chances it is a "Calling Photograph"  
A Sacred Image of FemaleTruth & Beauty - 
Calling You Back To The Wild-Wise-Sacred Inner Daughter You Left Behind
PHOETICS® … a Highly Intuitive, Innovative, Female-rooted Self-Awareness Healing Technique, will transcend you back to your Authentic Female Self, safely unlocking  many long-lost secrets, myths, & mysteries of your True Story. 
Please Join Me with Like-Minded High-Spirited Women!
 Sing - Dance- Recite & Soak in the Warmth of
Safe Supportive Female Containment for:

“Once Upon Your Girlhood Photograph”
Sunday June 14, 2015       1:30 pm – 4:30 pm 

bring!  your wild courageous beauty with any Girlhood Photographs
 to Age 10  

949-584-3694    $25     Space Limited:  12 Max

Monday, February 23, 2015

World’s Leading Guide to Female Consciousness
Radio Show Host & Author of “Nancy’s Truth”
Nancy Lee Segal
Presents her highly-sought-after,
Female Focused Workshop
"Once Upon Your Childhood Photograph”

Find Your Goddess Given Images!
Recover Your Authentic Female Self!
Preserved in Your Childhood Photographs
Please Join Nancy with Like Minded Women…
Sing-Dance- Recite & Soak in Safe Supportive Female Containment

 Any/All Childhood Photos to Age 10
Originals, copies or in memory

When:  Sunday, April 26, 2015 1:30 pm – 4:30 pm
Where:  Awakenings Center for Conscious Living, Laguna Hills
Registration:  $30       Space Limited to 15
To Register:   (or)   949-584-3694 

Sunday, March 30, 2014

good vibe productions
InSpirit  Center for Spiritual Living

"Once Upon Your Photograph"
Author, Speaker & Spirit Guide to the Authentic Inner Child
Nancy Lee Segal
What if you could live a more abundant life? 
What if you could cultivate more meaningful relationships?
What if you could awaken & embrace the Child-like spirit within you?

Your discovery begins with Phoetics® the empowering creative process women use to awaken their inner daughter using their Sacred Childhood Photographs

Please gather in our circle of 
spirited women for an illuminating afternoon 
of music, magic & myth

InSpirit Center for Spiritual Living 
12th April 2014
1:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Bring Your childhood photographs!

Wednesday, March 19, 2014

good vibe productions


Salon Phoetics


Nancy Lee Segal
Author, Speaker & Every Woman's Guide to her Sacred Inner Daughter

Connect with your Inner Goddess Child who is waiting to be heard!



Please Join our Amazing Circle of High-Spirited Women
for Food, Fun & Freedom to Play….

29 March 2014
12:00 pm - 4:00 pm
BRING ~ Your sacred childhood photographs. 

click on link to purchase tickets
Location given upon your RSVP

Monday, February 3, 2014

Save the Date! 2/22/14


"Once Upon Your Photograph...”

Discover Your True Story! 
Recover your sacred inner daughter! 

With Nancy Lee Segal
 Childhood Revisionary, Spirit Guide & Author
'Phoetics-Key to Child Enchantment & Authenticity'

BRING!  Childhood photos up to age 10 
BRING!  Your passion for Truth, Beauty & Fun!
BE PREPARED!  For A Life Altering event


Saturday  February 22, 2014   1 pm- 4 pm
Awakenings Center for Conscious Living,  Laguna Hills, CA
30 dollars reserved, 35 at the door 

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Wednesday, November 6, 2013

Part 2-Photographs are the reason I am living....

"The Photographs.."

Nothing was framed.  Just one old family standard, the one of father holding me when I'm eighteen months old, the one my mother always called, "Sid Holding Nancy on the Lawn On Norwich." 

Preserved in its original cheap brass filigree frame from Owl Rexall, now permanently stuck to the old glass from a trillion searing California suns, you could not even prop it up from behind.   The rippled brown felt cardboard ceased to care, buckled with boredom, dampened from defeat, an eight by ten relic that had sat on my father’s metal desk in a trailer where he'd once worked.  My mother must have been the one who took this photograph for she appears in a photo with me that same day, stamped on the back in red archival Kodak ink:  "Week of March 17th, 1952."

Towering taller than tall, hair pinned up in a long straight skirt Lucy pumps, white blouse and dark Fifties lipstick she leans forward.  Smiles.  It is a worm's eye view.  My father must have crouched on the ground to get this angle.  I am propped up like a garden gnome, a fairy statue a good two feet from her.  The very distance between us is soul-sickening and will serve me well in the work I will create from it one day.  Back then I was not ready for such sacred callings and instead focused on the photograph with my father. 

"Sid Holding Nancy On The Lawn On Norwich"

He looks like a movie star though he doesn't think so.  I am perched in the crook of his arm as he smiles to the camera holding one hand over the other.   I appear to be studying his face.  My feet are in socks and booties.  I wear a pinafore.  My right arm has shot up in a long-lost, long-remembered Female Code.  I am in Lilith-mode; conjuring back the rods and rings of Absolute Female Sovereignty. 

My Handsome Daddy and Mister Pipe do not see me but I see the  snake between his two front teeth where he likes to whistle. His initials make the same sound a snake makes, in the same place he makes a whistle.  The Ricky Ricardo jacket he sports is my favorite color powder blue.  My tender baby legs dangle in ankle-booties.  In profile my silken curls frame like a caplet.  Above us points the apex of Norwich's roof.  From behind the shadow of the old palm frond both accentuates and draws the eye toward the image it presents:  my sacred arm posture. 

“Phoetics®  & Seeing Through The Eye of the Heart”

For all those decades before I saw Pat, I saw this photograph as a sad neglected thing, an image my father ignored, my grandmother never mentioned, and mother did not put on the mantelpiece.  Yet somehow something lingered, something reverent.  Twenty years might pass but not without the deepest of study, journaling, until one day I would find myself writing, "There is a photograph that is both my shame and salvation."  That would mark the beginning of Phoetics, though I would not know it for another twenty years. 

Today I see all life and all childhood photographs through The Eye of the Heart, The Phoetic Eye.
"Sid Holding Nancy on Norwich," was all my mother could see.  Yet here was not a 'family photo' but a sacred image, a ‘mythograph,’ an image of my true spirit origin, character and calling...
  “Portrait of a Great Bird Goddess.”