Firstly, thank you for all the love and feedback about the movie! This was the biggest response we’ve had to my newsletter! I promise that I will share more details as they become available, and will also share photos from behind the scenes, so stay tuned!

On another note, my dear friend Liz Dawn who hosts the Celebrate Your Life events has reminded me to tell you of an exciting upcoming speaking event! I’ll be speaking at her event in Chicago in June, alongside great speakers and authors such as Gregg Braden, Sonia Choquette, John Holland, Colette Baron-Reid, and many others. I love the Celebrate Your Life events, because they are like a giant love fest, where we get to connect with our tribe. I would really love to see you there. You can check out more details here.

A few days ago, I recorded a video based on a question that comes up for me time and again. People often ask me how they can help or support loved ones who are facing a health challenge. I get asked questions such as: “How can I help my loved one heal?” “I’ve tried everything to help my loved one heal, what else can I do?” “Is it even possible for me to help them heal, or is it something that has to come from within themselves?” I address this powerful subject of helping loved ones who are going through health challenges, in the video below. I share the steps you can take when caring for someone with a health challenge that will not only benefit them, but will benefit you as well. I discuss what is usually going on behind chronic illnesses, or repeated health challenges, and how to address it.

This video is intended for anyone caring for those facing illnesses, including family members, healers, nurses, doctors, hospice workers, and health care givers.

I also respond to comments and questions from the audience such as:

  • I was told that my back/spine problems are due to me being out of spiritual alignment. But I can’t be in alignment all the time! How can I heal this?
  • My Father is determined to go, and does not want further treatments. How do we support him at the end of his life, while he is in hospice?
  • What can I do to support my Grandparents who are going through cancer treatment?
  • I was told to “hurry up and die” by my brother while I was in the hospital.
  • I am on a journey with my Mom, and some days are difficult as she is losing her independence.

If you feel that the messages within the video will help others, please feel free to share it.

Hope to see some of you on the European tour next month!

Much Love,

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