It is the stories of 31 gifted healers from around the world. These women are from all walks of life … authors, artists, consultants, nurses, educators, leaders, and therapists. As they share their stories of empowerment, wisdom and life learning, you will see they are doing extraordinary things to help make our world a better place.
The book is a “must read” if you are interested in the power and resiliency of the feminine spirit. It is inspirational and uplifting …click here for more information and to order your copies today!
The stories you’ve shared about how the book has touched/impacted your lives.
To continue to feel the wonderful benefits of the BioMat (a product that I rep and love!), as well as share it with many others. I am also deeply grateful for my strong team of distributors and the positive influence they are making on so many people’s health.
Having an opportunity to be with my family at this special time.
The “Women as Healers” book includes a CD of my own compositions. It is a “feel good” product! Do you have a favorite shop who carries many different products for self-care and nourishing the spirit? Does your hospital have a gift shop?
Here’s a partial list of how my products are “out and about”:
Have you sat down and made your shopping list for gifts this holiday season? (I find making a list helps me feel organized and keeps me from feeling overwhelmed by the whole gift-giving extravaganza!)
A subtle (or maybe not-so-subtle!!) gift idea is the Women as Healers book. This book is written by women for women … and makes a wonderful holiday gift for all the women on your holiday list. Click here to order today!
Retailers all over the country have been preparing for months … the holiday season is here! It is an exciting time to service our customers and those wishing to give a special gift. Of course, we’re a bit impartial (!), but we believe the book, Women as Healers fits into the special, wonderful and inspirational category!!
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Her name is Malala. A Pakistani school pupil and education activist, she is world famous for her activism for education rights for women where the Taliban have banned girls from attending school.
She gained international prominence by writing a blog at the age of 11 detailing her life under Taliban rule, their attempts to take control of the valley, and her views on promoting education for girls. ANew York Times documentary filmed her life as she continued to give voice to her ideas, shining a light on important issues for girls’ education.
On this blog I rarely discuss politics, but this week one of Minnesota’s female Senators has been in the news a lot. Senator Amy Klobuchar was an instrumental voice with other women in the Senate to hammer out a deal to re-open the government and pay the nation’s bill. As Klobuchar stated, “This came about because we have developed close, non-partisan relationships that help us find common ground without engaging in personal barbs on TV or elsewhere.” In a TV interview, she stated that women are relational, collegial and desire consensus.
It was exciting to watch these powerful women broker a deal … this is important for our male counterparts to take note. These women found their voices of vibrancy … and they are modeling empowerment for all women. As they say, “You go girls!!”