Spiritual transformation is not a luxury reserved to a few freaks anymore, who decide to leave all behind and spend the rest of their lives in a cave. Transformation is now required of all of us. We are all individually responsible for the well-being of the whole. There is this "je-ne-sais-quoi" in the air that is whispering: "Transform or die." Can you feel it?! (I know, I can be so dramatic sometimes, LOL! ) I am passionate about bringing you the tools that will help you make graceful transitions, shift your reality, find freedom in your own being, and create a life that is totally aligned with your purpose! A few weeks ago, I had the joy and the honor to be interviewed by Diana Stobo on her "Diana Stobo Live" show. In this video interview, I share three simple yet powerful tools for transformation, and I'd love to share them with you! The first tool I share is to release any negativity, so that you can experience a sense of "wholeness" again.
The success of your business depends on the quality of your branding efforts. In this video, I am helping raw food advocate and culinary artist Diana Stobo clarify her brand identity so that she can launch her company with confidence. A year later, Diana is helping thousands of people, has published two successful books, is appearing on TV, and has a blog that is read all over the world!
In this video, I am sharing a wonderful tool to shed negative influences from your past, and start with a brand new day, as the unburdened YOU.
Are God's laws unchanging and universal? I created this cartoon inspired by the witty, well crafted and humorous letter to radio show hostess Laura Schlessinger, aka Dr. Laura, who claimed that as an observant Orthodox Jew, "homosexuality is an abomination, according to Leviticus 18:22, and cannot be condoned under any circumstance"... Is homosexuality REALLY an abomination? Is it true just because it says so in the book? => "I have a neighbor who insists on working on the Sabbath. Exodus 35:2 clearly states he should be put to death. Am I morally obligated to kill him myself, or should I ask the police to do it?"
If we take everything in the bible as literal law, we would be a very barbaric society by almost anyone's definition. Beyond the bible, the real danger comes from all our unexamined beliefs, whether they come from our school system, our parents, or our culture in general.
Can we engage our hearts AND minds, examine the beliefs we take for granted, and co-create a conscious society?
Ask yourself: 1) What do you know? 2) How do you know the things you know? 3) How do you know the things you know are true?