I recently worked with a client, a very powerful person in her life, to create a sense of home in her most current house. As we worked together, it became clear that working together in her space allowed her to find her own true expression of who she is. Not choosing things because of how she was raised, where she grew up, or how her mother may have done it, but instead, choosing things that expressed who she is. In the process of transforming her space, she found her voice.
As I was preparing to write to you this today, I did my morning meditation with Deepak Chopra and his 21-Day Meditation Challenge, Creating Abundance, listening to the episode on "Abundance and the Law of Dharma." It turned out this was so powerful for many reasons, but especially because it is what I was going to share with you about today, why I do Feng Shui.
Here is an excerpt: "[W]e consider the law of Dharma has the greatest influence on our ability to fulfill our deepe
If you are like me and have ever felt you have a message you would like to share with a broader audience or want to gain visibility and recognition and didn't know where to begin, I have an amazing opportunity to share with you -- one that changed my life over two years ago.
Tricia Brouk, my friend, and mentor, an award-winning director, author, and producer, is offering a two-day virtual masterclass, The Art of The Big Talk: Stepping into The Red Circle, on February 16th,
I am super excited to introduce you to my dear friend and mentor, Tricia Brouk, who is on a mission to serve humanity by teaching people how to become effective and dignified communicators. If you aren't familiar with her work, she's an award-winning director with almost three decades in show business in New York City, working in film, television, and theater.
Tricia was the Executive Producer of TEDxLincolnSquare for two years, moved on to produce her event, Speakers Who Da