One Week Until Communiversity’s Wholistic Health Fair!
Communiversity’s Wholistic Health Fair will take place on Sunday, Nov. 10 from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. at the UMKC Student Union.
For 14 years, exhibitors have gathered bi-annually to share with others their alternative health philosophies with the public. The event will include more than 60 booths, 20 workshops, and a Silent Auction that will feature an array of healthy products.
“The Wholistic Fair was a trigger for me,” exhibitor and natural health advocate Eric Soriano said. “It was the start of a whole new paradigm in my life.”
Soriano was invited to the fair last year, and was far from a believer in some of the methods presented to him.
“I thought, ‘Well, this is kind of kooky,’” Soriano said, “’but I’ll go.’”
Soriano joked that as a resident of Missouri, the “Show-Me State,” it took some convincing.
“So show me, right?” Soriano said. “And these people—they showed me. I think a lot of people think, ‘These are a bunch of quacks,’ but if they just try it…it’s amazing what your body will do for itself.”
Soriano and his family have been on a journey towards a healthier life for almost a year. His wife has eliminated her arthritis. He and his daughter attend seminars and lectures and research healing methods such as acupuncture, aromatherapy, essential oils, and listen to testimonies along the way.
Although young college students at UMKC may not be particularly concerned with health issues at this point in their lives, the material presented consists of practices that can be adopted early to form beneficial habits for future wellbeing. Relevant information can also be transferred to other interested friends and family members.
“I wouldn’t have done all these things if I hadn’t gone to the Wholistic Health Fair,” Soriano said. “It all sounded too good to be true, but I kept checking it out. And here we are, 10 months later, and it all worked. I got rid of a number of conditions that I couldn’t get rid of before.”
Linda VanBibber is the owner of a new business called Harmony Energetics, is also an exhibitor at the health fair.
“It’s a great place to see what’s new and hook up with like-minded people who care enough about their health and quality of life to take charge of it and accept responsibility for it,” VanBibber said. “It’s a good group that shares the latest innovations in alternative and holistic health care. Great people.”
VanBibber looks forward to sharing modalities involving sound and scent, explaining that they impact the body and brain through olfactory and auditory senses. She will conduct demonstrations using tuning forks and crystal bowls. Her friend and fellow participant, George Moon, will demonstrate with essential oils.
“I took a Communiversity class this weekend and loved it,” senior Courtney Versluis said. “Herbal Remedies with Regina [Compernolle]. It was very cool.”
Versluis expressed a desire to attend the health fair based on her other positive experiences through Communiversity. She has taken Chuck Harper’s Letterpress Stationery and Bookbinding classes.
“I have loved all three classes,” Versluis said. “They were fantastic opportunities to learn something I’d wanted to learn under an experienced and passionate instructor. I would really like to attend the Wholistic Health Fair.”
Many Communiversity instructors have reserved booths and will teach workshops in the Multipurpose Room 401 at the Student Union.
“We’re all on this journey together, and we learn from each other,” Soriano said. “We attend these functions, and now I just want to help other people learn about these gentle, relatively inexpensive means to greater health. Now, that’s profound. That is worthy of my time to share.”
Soriano added that many people don’t know that, not only do they not have to take seven different pharmaceutical drugs, those substances are actually toxic to their bodies.
“I think we have the wrong expectations and culturally, we’ve been conditioned to believe that if you have any kind of major degenerative disease, it’s going to cost you tens of thousands of dollars to correct it,” Soriano said.
The stories he has heard from others along the way have inspired him to reach out and teach what he has learned.
“I’m inviting everyone to the Wholistic Health Fair right now,” Soriano said.
He described his personal database full of hundreds of individuals who receive his emails.
“People don’t even know this stuff, and they’re dying needlessly. If I can get 10 of them there, and they learn something like I learned and they can go forward and heal themselves,” Soriano said, “that’s a success.”
He described UMKC’s Student Union as “a beautiful venue,” and called the Wholistic Health Fair “the premier event in the Midwest for people to expose themselves” to alternative health.
“They’ll never hear about as many natural healing modalities in one place, at one time, as they will at the Wholistic Health Fair,” he said. “I’m really excited to be a part of it.”
To learn more about Eric Soriano, visit his Facebook page, “I Am Healthy and Abundant 365“.
By Jessica Turner
Previous versions of this story have been published in Evolving Magazine, Spirit Seekers, and The University News
CONVENER CORNER: MEET DENIS GREENE!
President of Church Development and Communiversity convener Denis Greene is holding two classes this week. The first will take place on Oct. 24, at the Plaza Library at 7 p.m. and is called, “Wheelie Through the Baboons: A Strategic Thinking System”.
“On a motorcycle trip across Africa in the 1970s, I encountered a pack of baboons when I was going 100 miles per hour on a rare paved road,” Greene said. “The challenge required me to shift consciousness and come up with a creative solution, or die.”
Greene explained that a better decision can come from shifting consciousness at the right moment.
“The skill will help you avoid quiet desperation, avoid getting outsourced, avoid doing the wrong thing and help you find meaning, self fulfillment and kindred souls in your altruistic activities,” Greene said.
The highlight of Greene’s year happened on a camping trip this summer when he was hiking through a canyon in northern Utah, following a stream looking for Indian petroglyphs.
“We chanced upon a deep and wide pool formed by eons of erosion,” Greene said. “After swimming all through the pool, my daughter said, ‘Dad, let’s climb the waterfall!’”
“Well, okay,” Greene responded, with much hesitation.
“On the cliff overlooking the pool, I watched her eyes examine the pool depth, trace an imaginary trajectory, calculate probability, measure the distance to the pool exit, take a deep breath and flex all her swimming muscles in sequence, then size me up,” Greene said.
“Well, old man, would you hold my hand as we leap into the pool?” Greene’s daughter asked him.
“If my wife had been present, it might not have happened,” Greene said. “On the count of three, we leaped. As we surfaced, her beaming smile spoke volumes about her, and what I can expect from her in the future.”
Greene has also organized a class that will take place this Saturday, Oct. 26 at the Westport Library at 10 a.m. called, “How to Ask for Donations”. Personally, Greene has raised an average of $1,000,000 per month for the past 20 years for different charitable organizations in their capital campaigns.
Greene enjoys teaching through Communiversity because “you are kindred spirits for me. I am happy to share what I’ve learned over the past 40 years of practice,” he said.
WORDS GREENE LIVES BY:
“I went to the woods because I wished to live deliberately, to front only the essential facts of life, and see if I could not learn what it had to teach, and not, when I came to die, discover that I had not lived.”
-Henry David Thoreau
WHERE YOU CAN FIND GREENE:
To take a class with Greene, search Communiversity’s database by “Convener Last Name” and type in “Greene”.
To find out more about Greene, visit his website!
Follow this link to visit Greene’s Stewardship System!
Watch Greene’s 2-minute video here!
By Jessica Turner and Denis Greene
Rick playing a guitar his dad built, with his good friend, John Miles.
Rick playing a guitar his dad built, with his good friend, John Miles.
CONVENER CORNER: MEET RICK MARESKE!
As Communiversity members, many of you may already be familiar with Rick Mareske. Not only is the devoted coordinator of our community of shared knowledge, but he is a convener himself. He has taught classes such as “The Early Game of Tennis”—which met at 7 a.m., “Beginning Gypsy Jazz Guitar,” “Plain ol’ Beginning Guitar,” “Go with Others”—an introduction to the Chinese game of Go, and “Tai Chi for Health”.
On Wednesday, Oct. 23, Marekse is teaching “Beginning Jazz Guitar” from 6 p.m. to 7:15 p.m. He has been playing guitar for 45 years, and has taught the class for about 10.
“I started singing harmony when I was five,” Mareske said. “I love music. It follows me around relentlessly.”
Although he “resisted taking lessons for many years,” Marekse finally took classical lessons with Doug Niedt around 1981.
“I took lessons with Kansas City jazz icon, John Elliot, for several years after that,” Mareske said. “He was a piano player, arranger and jazz theorist who had a better understanding of guitar than any guitarist I’ve ever met. He could write an arrangement for guitar out of his head while correcting me as I attempted to play my lesson. He demanded recitation of chords in all keys. It was an invaluable learning experience that I carry with me every time I play the guitar or arrange a piece of music.”
Mareske’s class consists of three sessions.
“I try to give people a tiny taste of how and why you might want to keep common tones when you play chord progressions,” Mareske said. “It’s really hard and most people can’t get it but some do, and I think it changes how they approach the guitar for the better.”
Mareske enjoys teaching through Communiversity because of the “rich diversity” of people who are likely to show up.
WORDS MARESKE LIVES BY:
“I believe the truth is only found in stories, whether that be science, literature, history or spiritual. If we take these stories too seriously, we become hardened and fundamentalist. If we don’t take them seriously enough, we become apathetic and alienated. Not all stories are equal. Devotion, commitment, usefulness, openness and love are essential to a good story.”
WHERE YOU CAN FIND MARESKE:
To take a class with Mareske, search Communiversity’s database by “Convener Last Name” and type in “Mareske”.
JUST FOR FUN:
If you were an animal, what would you be?
“Sometimes porcupine has come in handy.”
By Jessica Turner and Rick Mareske
CONVENER CORNER: MEET APRIL BOYD-NORONHA!
CONVENER CORNER: MEET APRIL BOYD-NORONHA!
Author, skills consultant, retail trainer and Communiversity convener April Boyd-Noronha will host her class, “Good Bosses Gone Bad” Oct. 22 at 7 p.m. at the Central Library.
Noronha worked for years in retail management and now feels that it’s important to discuss the topic with others who are unhappy in their jobs.
“Many workers are frustrated with their current work environments, mainly due to their bosses,” Noronha said. “Years of working in toxic work environments prompted me to write and self-publish my first book, ‘Good Bosses Gone Bad,’ in 2012, in hopes of inspiring employees stuck at workplaces where their bosses have ‘gone bad’.”
Her course description explains that “never before have so many employees been so dissatisfied,” but most of these employees tend to like what they do for a living and get along with their peers.
“Surprisingly, the main source of their daily dread is their boss,” Noronha states.
In “Good Bosses Gone Bad,” you will have the opportunity to take a quiz to see if your boss has ‘gone bad,’ and what you can do to “maintain your sanity while keeping your job”.
Noronha has also developed a class called “Living with Lupus,” which will take place this Thursday, Oct. 24 at 7 p.m. in Royall Hall on UMKC’s campus. She was diagnosed with Lupus in 2013.
“Since being diagnosed with Lupus, I am a patient-advocate encouraged to educate fellow Lupus patients, their families and caregivers,” Noronha said. “There is so much research and dialogue needed concerning the autoimmune disease.”
The class will discuss the five ‘side effects’ of how Lupus impacts one’s life “from a non-medical perspective,” and a guide will be provided for each participant.
Noronha enjoys teaching through Communiversity because of “the freedom and flexibility of topics to teach”.
WORDS BOYD-NORONHA LIVES BY:
“Learning is a life-long journey… Let’s get started.”
WHERE YOU CAN FIND BOYD-NORONHA:
To take a class with Boyd-Noronha, search Communiversity’s database by “Convener Last Name” and type in “Noronha”.
To learn more about “how to survive the workplace when your boss sucks,” visit Noronha’s website!
By Jessica Turner and April Boyd-Noronha
CONVENER CORNER: MEET ILENE KIMSEY!
You can meet her in person THIS MORNING!
CONVENER CORNER: MEET ILENE KIMSEY!
Ilene Kimsey is a Communiversity convener who has been working in the field of human and spiritual development for more than 30 years. For the last 10 years, she has incorporated the ancient wisdom of Hawaii in her teachings and as part of her practice.
“An interest in indigenous wisdom drew me to Hawai’i where I lived and studied the ancient culture for twenty years,” Kimsey said. “My whole being resonates with the Hawaiian teaching that we are spirit in human form and one with all creation. Living Aloha means shining from our light of spirit greatness and learning to see and seek this unconditional love essence in others. In my private mentoring, seminars, and writing I provide practical pathways to access our uhane’ nui–spirit greatness and live in lokahi – unity with self, spirit, others and All That Is.”
Kimsey believes it’s important to share her skill with others because at this stage of humanity’s evolution, we are being called to align spirit with body and consciously harmonize with all life forms.
“Ancient indigenous teachings assist in reawakening sacred wisdom within us,” Kimsey said. “Each person’s unique expression of Spirit is an integral part of Earth’s transformation and attunement with the Divine. Ancient Hawaiian practices are simple yet profound tools for the art of living pono–connected to Spirit, your soul, and the sacredness of all life. It is time to E’ ho’omau—be who you are!”
Kimsey enjoys teaching through Communiversity because “it is a wonderful way to reach out and connect with the community.”
“On a recent trip to Hawai’i, I hiked to one of my favorite sacred places on the island of Oahu. As I looked out over the vast turquoise blue Pacific Ocean and consciously breathed the sacred breath, I could feel infinity. I was one with every rock, every water drop in the ocean, and every molecule of air. It was a clear, fresh morning and as the sun rose I could see the islands of Maui and Molokai. There was a bit of sadness as I took the path to the highest peak for I knew it was too late in the season to experience the magnificent Koholā—whale. Each year the humpbacks make the 3,000-mile journey from the Gulf of Alaska to Hawai’i to breed, calf and nurse their young. Then, the new Hawaiian family returns to Alaska.
“One reason for being on the mountain this day was to return a pohaku—lava rock—to the island that a friend found in her mainland garden. After offering an ancient chant I was guided to the perfect place for the pohaku and performed a coming home ceremony. The aina—land—opened her arms and rejoiced. Following is a photo of the homecoming.
“Feeling full of gratitude for the morning magnificence I walked down the path and paused at the Makapu’u Lighthouse. It seemed appropriate to sit and honor how we are guided by light in so many forms. I closed my eyes and connected in my heart to Creator and the wisdom that flows through all creation. Because I was sitting at the top of a mountain looking upon the Pacific Ocean, I offered special appreciation for the ancient wisdom of the dolphin and the whale. I thanked the whale for returning year after year reminding us of the infinite spiral of life.
“In that moment, I heard the wondrous spouting sound of the sacred breath of the whale! I looked up and sure enough, there was a mother whale with her calves, spouting, swimming, playing. And a second group…then a third. My heart was filled with such delight that the joy was spilling over as tears and blessing the moment. I continued to breathe consciously to take it all in and I kept saying, ‘Such an abundance of makana—gift. Such an abundance of makana.’
“The whale families headed north and I headed on down the mountain. I continued to smile and say aloud, ‘Such makana! So much makana!’
“In the distance I heard the excited voices of keiki—children—and as I rounded the corner I saw a group of 30 primary school children with their teachers. Everyone had on a blue t-shirt with their school name printed across the front, MAKANA! Yes, an abundance of makana in the ocean, on the land, and in the others. Gifts are everywhere when we open to see.”
WORDS KIMSEY LIVES BY:
“Simplicity is Profound!”
WHERE YOU CAN FIND KIMSEY:
To take a class with Kimsey, search Communiversity’s database by “Convener Last Name” and type in “Kimsey”. She is teaching “Power of Aloha” at 10:30 this morning at the Student Success Center on UMKC’s campus.
JUST FOR FUN:
If Kimsey were an animal, she would be a nai’a—or dolphin—“because they are all about joy and being in the flowing wisdom of that state of delight.
By Jessica Turner and Ilene Kimsey
CONVENER CORNER: MEET DON DAVIDSON!
Communiversity convener Don Davidson has been bringing people together since the 1980s. He believes that companionship is the key to happiness. In September, he offered his newest class for the first time, “Making Retirement Work For You”.
In November, Davidson will conduct his annual “Drive-by Tour of the Rich and Famous”. The tour includes taking participants on a ride to see where famous Kansas Citians of the past lived, like Walt Disney, Amelia Earhart, and Earnest Hemingway.
Tomorrow, however, Davidson’s teaching one of the many hit classes he offers to help people come together, “Connecting with Other Singles”. Communiversity members can join Davidson and learn the various ways to find local activities for singles. The course is replacing his popular seminar called “What’s Happening for Singles in KC,” which he offered for over 30 years.
“When I became single after a divorce,” Davidson said, “I searched high and low for singles groups to join, but found it a tedious task to locate them. After a lot of research, I discovered quite a number of singles groups in the Kansas City area, so I started publishing a guide to help [other] singles.”
Davidson believes it’s important to share what he learned with others because many people have the same problem he did. They simply aren’t aware of the gateways to good company that are available to them throughout the city.
“About 40 percent of the American population is single, and many of them don’t know how to go about making new connections,” Davidson said. “My workshop helps them learn about the various singles groups that exist in the Kansas City area that provide wholesome fun and growth opportunities, as well as the chance to meet other singles for fellowship and possibly something beyond that.”
Although many singles have explored online dating websites, some people aren’t as comfortable with that approach, and Davidson’s class has helped those individuals to branch out and form friendships in their community.
“I’ve had lots of former students tell me they were so lonely—and even depressed—about their single status when they came to my workshop,” Davidson said.
He explained that in his class, members are able to learn about these various social gatherings in their own neighborhoods, and that his “pep-talk” encourages them to test the waters.
“I’ve heard many stories about how the class helped them learn all about the wonderful singles groups in Kansas City and how they ventured out and eventually became not only a regular, but an active member in a singles group,” Davidson said.
Davidson enjoys teaching through Communiversity because he knows the participants are going to be enthusiastic.
“I enjoy it because those who attend are signing up for a class that they’re really interested in learning about, like an elective,” Davidson said. “I also like the potpourri of classes offered by Communiversity on wildly diverse topics. There’s something for everyone. I like Rick [Marekse]’s easy, laid-back style, and his willingness to consider offering most any type of class at least once.”
WORDS DAVIDSON LIVES BY:
“To make life fun, we need to keep having new learning experiences and enriching our lives by bringing new people into our circle of friendship.”
WHERE YOU CAN FIND DAVIDSON:
To take a class with Davidson, search Communiversity’s database by “Convener Last Name” and type in “Davidson”.
JUST FOR FUN:
If Davidson were an animal, he would be an eagle because, “I could soar high and get a bird’s eye view of Mother Earth. Plus, I’m endangered and thus, protected.”
By Jessica Turner and Don Davidson
CONVENER CORNER: MEET THERESA ROTOLO!
CONVENER CORNER: MEET THERESA ROTOLO!
Theresa Rotolo is a Communiversity convener who wants people to be aware of the ingredients within the products they use.
“I want people to know what they are putting in and on their bodies,” Rotolo said. “To know it personally and to embrace healthier and cleaner choices.”
While looking for ways to save money while and making gifts for family and friends when she was in college, Rotolo found unique recipes and techniques that she still uses today.
This semester, Rotolo is teaching two classes at the Westport-Roanoke Community Center. The first class, “Penny Pinching Pretty,” is happening tonight from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m.
Rotolo will teach participants how to skip spending “hundreds of dollars on beauty products that can be made in your own kitchen”. Rotolo will walk students how to make products for all genders—an aftershave made from vodka and a foot scrub made from sugar.
“I have been looking for ways to make things at home to save money and protect myself and those I care about from harmful chemicals for as long as I can remember,” Rotolo said. “These techniques in particular for about 12 years.”
It all started when Rotolo graduated from The University of Central Missouri.
“I was the last of my group to do so,” Rotolo said. “Many of my friends had already graduated and had been working or were married and had established households. It came time for Christmas, and they all had money and wanted to exchange gifts. I didn’t have much cash, so I started scouring the library for homemade recipes.”
Rotolo found her “Vodka Aftershave for Women” recipe and it turned out to be quite the holiday sensation.
“I figured out that if I altered the essential oils, it could even be unisex,” Rotolo said. “I still get requests for ‘that leg stuff’ or the recipe for it. When I saw what a hit that homemade gift was, I just kept gathering ideas and experimenting. It spilled over into food as well.”
That brings us to Rotolo’s second class of the season, happening on Nov. 7, called “Dairy Made”. In this session, each member will get to take home their own jar of self-churned butter or container of homemade cheese.
“I love being able to share in person the things that I share in my blog,” Rotolo said. “It is so much fun to see how different people interpret instructions and uses of things, and just how much an idea can take off in a room full of strangers!”
WORDS ROTOLO LIVES BY:
“Everything and everyone has a purpose…the possibilities are endless.”
WHERE YOU CAN FIND ROTOLO:
To take a class with Rotolo, search Communiversity’s database by “Convener Last Name” and type in “Rotolo”.
JUST FOR FUN:
If Rotolo were an animal, she would be a “well-cared for dog…because I have a ton of loyalty and love to give the world.”
By Jessica Turner and Theresa Rotolo
CONVENER CORNER: MEET BHASWETI GEWHAS!
If you like what you find here, please keep in mind that Gewhas is teaching TWO Communiversity classes this semester. To search for her classes, enter “Gewhas” in the “Convener Last Name” field.
Gewhas’ first class is called, “Inspire Your Creativity with Stress Relief,” happening this coming Friday, Oct. 11 from noon to 3 p.m. at the UMKC Student Union. More details can be found here.
Her second class is called, “Explore Your Dream with Art Journaling,” and will take place on Saturday, October 19 at the Atterbury Student Success Center on UMKC’s campus. More details can be found here.
If you plan to visit Communiversity’s Wholistic Health Fair on Sunday, Nov. 10, you can find Gewhas at Booth #6. She will also be conducting a workshop at the event.
For more information about the Wholistic Health Fair, visit the blog here or the Facebook event here!
Creative Spirituality to Create Your Dream Life
By Bhasweti Gewhas, PhD, CHt
My creative flow comes with my art.
The connection is simple; when I turn off my crazy mind and all thoughts, I tune in to my book of art journaling – it comes to me spontaneously. In that moment I immediately go into trance, and start flowing with colors, lines and shapes. I do not intend to create anything in particular but I let my inner mind play like a child. I become the child again – without any intention, without any direction, I just play with my inner child.
So many excellent and unexpected things happened and are still happening in my life when I really allow that creative flow to surface – firstly I become one with the present moment. As I become fully present in the moment and experience the endless joy of being creative. I feel so happy of doing something apparently meaningless but truly very meaningful to me as I accept it as my own way of meditation.
It is also very healing as it clears clutters from mind. Like a creative process of talking to my inner mind or subconscious – I often ask my questions and many times the answers came up from deep within. The answers are very profound and meaningful to my life journey.
While doing art journaling, I felt like my Spiritual Masters, Higher Beings of Light and Angels are talking to me through the creative flow in colors, forms and shapes through my doodling. It is a very nurturing process of finding my truth within and feeling that I always have the connection with the Higher to rely whenever I need help.
When we moved to Idaho in 2006, I was arranging all my books in my study. I find one of my old art journal books—which were my best friends during my most difficult time of going through divorce in India, 1998.
It opened at a particular page. I was stunned to see my vision about my future! It was my love picture for my happy family – me, my daughter and my future husband in front yard. The picture also included a little white dog and a landscaped garden with a small pond.
When I looked through the window, that day – I saw the landscaped garden with the little pond, my little white dog Ibon playing with my daughter Johlea and my loving husband Sandip was sitting on the porch having tea. Exactly, every parts of my dream had been manifested! I found my loving husband, my dream house and my daughter is happy in new life and my pet dog that brings us so much pleasure. It took 8 long years to manifest everything as in the journal. And I was not consciously doing it!
I realized the art journaling can be so empowering! I have posted this picture and mentioned this entire experience in my website for others to read and be inspired.
Hence, I have manifested many of my dreams with my creative process of expression. When I am in my creative space, I let the creative flow of the universe take the charge and allow miracles to happen. Now-a-days, I make beautiful Mandalas. Mandala (in Sanskrit, it means “circle”) is a sacred geometric shape representing completeness.
I have been exploring the seven colors of the spectrum to make the Mandalas of seven Chakras. The Chakras are the seven subtle energy centers of our etheric body. Each one of them activates different important aspect of our physical life.
Like the Root Chakra – color is red and it represents our survival issues, physical health, stability, money, work, childhood. Sacral Chakra, color is orange which influences our re-productivity, sexuality, intimate relationship, happiness and feelings. Solar Plexus chakra is yellow and it brings personal will power, self-esteem, vitality and confidence. Heart chakra, color green, represents love, balance, self-acceptance, compassion, connection to others. Throat Chakra is blue and it brings ability to communicate, creativity, resonance and self-expression. Brow Chakra is indigo in color and brings perception, intuitive abilities, seeing, imagination and ability to understand. Crown Chakra is violet and it brings wisdom, knowledge, consciousness and divine connection.
Playing with the colors and meditating are gradually creating my chakra balance. I am surrounding my life, my rooms, my house and my gardens with colors to enrich my days in so many ways. Each day I am empowering self joyfully to be the co-creator of my dream life. Every day, my creative spirituality helps me become my authentic self. The more I allow myself to become my true self fearlessly; I am discovering my own creator within.
Now I teach others how to connect with creative flow within to co-create their own dream life and feel so grateful, as teaching is one of my most meaningful dreams I am manifesting right now!
Bhasweti Gewhas, Ph.D. is a certified Hypnotherapist; Stress Relief Therapist, Spiritual Life Coach and Energy Worker. She works as a stress relief therapist and helps people overcome their challenges by using the power of their conscious and sub-conscious mind. Art is one of her passions that made her life stress free and she feels inspired to teach others to embrace inner creativity for the joy of stress free life. Please visit her website http://www.stressfreetools.com for more about her work.
If you have questions please feel free to contact her at email@example.com or call (913) 660-0669.
The full version of Gewhas’ amazing story is on her website.
By Bhasweti Gewhas
Introduction by Jessica Turner