When embarking on this journey to assist others in managing and creating life stories, I wanted a logo to represent that which I desired to teach others.  While sharing my vision with my sister, Lue,  I explained to her that I needed a logo. Her immediate response was that I should use a Sankofa bird since I had expressed an affinity of the Sankofa earlier in the year and had asked her to paint one for me.

Right away, I immediately knew that the Sankofa bird was the answer. So how even more appropriate that my sister created this wonderful image of the Sankofa bird.  

Sankofa is a word in the Twi language of Ghana that translates as "Go back and get it" (san - to return; ko - to go; fa - to fetch, to seek and take) and also refers to the Asante Adinkra symbol represented either with a stylized heart shape or by a bird with its head turned backwards taking an egg off its back. Sankofa is often associated with the proverb, “Se wo were fi na wosankofa a yenkyi," which translates as: "It is not wrong to go back for that which you have forgotten.  Wikipedia 

The Sankofa is a powerful symbol in "The Work that we are doing.  In this process you will be asked to "go back for that which you have forgotten" –which is the fact that you have another entire aspect to yourself that you routinely fail to acknowledge, i.e., you are a non-physical being.  This is the foundation of understanding that your stories live in your mind.  

Now is the time for you to re-member!

Esther Charlene