Jen gave life to new parts of herself through OM.

When I moved to New York City I felt more alone than at any other time in my life. A city of 8 million people and none of them seemed to want to know me. This loneliness was both my inspiration and my desperation. There had to be someone or something out there I could connect with. After a year of searching, I found OM. I won't say it changed my world radically in one day, but it did stir something deep within. Subtle things began to shift, parts of myself that no longer served me began to fall off, and the places I was dying to give life to started growing stronger as I continued to OM. There is something about this practice that makes you want to dig deep into who you are, and the most amazing part is that people get to witness you on your journey.

I can now be as happy or sad or mad or scared as I want to be about the things I'm discovering about myself along the way. And one of the things I find most beautiful about OM is the community it creates; I don't have to do it alone.