Everything taste better when it is cooked outside....Recently I was re-examining my purpose in life and of course all I could think about was creating Art and providing Massage Therapy services to those in need. Losing my car was a toughie and really puts a hindrance on the ability to reach out. Although, picking up the pieces to my life and starting over is a bit discouraging and challenging (especially with limited resources) I have little interest in what is not working and more in what could be. Thankfully I recently got a new Wellness Advocate neighbor (literally right down the block from my home). So I walked on by to say hi and one thing led to another and I have a new place to do what I love. I am surrounded by totally awesome people. That is usually the case in the Wellness industry as we all do our best to serve on another.
As a Licensed Massage Therapist, I am inspired by the human body's ability to heal. As an artist I like to create images that simplify the intricacies of Anatomy & Physiology. From vast exposure to Holistic Health I am not unfamiliar with the unexplained miracles that the body can have after being written off as sick or untreatable. There are countless stories of unforeseen miracles yet one that truly speaks to my heart is that of Anita Moorjani.
Ms. Moorjani was diagnosed with grade 4B Lymphoma Cancer and cleared it in 4 days (Liloumace). Her healing came from a spiritual balance that she was able to attain through connecting with her father after her organs had physically shut down. Often in regards to health we merely focus on the physical aspect of being well. However, being healthy is not limited to one aspect but it is most optimal when there is a balance of physical, mental, and spiritual wellbeing. When we are aware of the powerhouse of harnessing all facets of our health then we can tap into our own healing abilities. Regarding Ms. Moorjani's story, prior to being pronounced dead the medical staff exhausted every resource available to help her live a little while longer. However, Ms. Moorjani, knew that they were unable to provide the assistance that she needed and it was up to her to tap into healing center.
Thanks to great websites like Artist Rising (artistrising.com), and Zazzle (zazzle.com) sanoldc will have an online Art Shop that allows you to purchase one of a kind prints and products designed from the studio 12/15/12. Be excited! Its really neat and you are going to love what you see.
One of my college mentors, Richard Lou. Helped me transition from the death of my previous mentor and gave me a foundation to genuinely appreciate my new mentor after the Universe presented him with a new lease in life.
My former mentor Mr. Harold Jenkins was the epitome of a leader. He provided unending and genuine love and support and did all within his power to make me feel at home at GCSU.