As a former scientist, holistic healer and student of her own teachings, Calista has a remarkable understanding of what it means to be human, as well as to be a soul living within a human body. From navigating through post-natal depression, Lyme disease, sexual trauma, and other conditions, she appreciates what it takes to heal and love ourselves, and what it takes to live in balance.
John Bayes has been a key player in the cannabis industry in both Oregon and California for the last 20 years. His focus has been cultivation education in combination with high level Buddhist teachings which integrate intention into the cultivation practice. These practices along with sourcing the highest level of organic inputs combine to create the methodology we call “Intentional Horticulture.” John has also consulted at nearly every level in the cannabis industry, whether it be in cultivation, or at the State and National level with many politicians that champion the cannabis industry.
Trilli is a multi-medium artist specializing in all-glitter portraits, with a celebrity clientele including Paris Hilton, Floyd Mayweather, Winnie Harlow, Neal Schon (Journey) & wife Michaele (Real Housewives of DC). She’s worked for CMT and created a country music portrait series for stars such as Loretta Lynn, Dolly Parton and Carrie Underwood. In 2018, she was featured in DeltaSky Magazine, and has accumulated over 20M views in viral videos since 2017 (via Insider, MyModernMet, Bored Panda, VICE, and more).
PositiveVibes Magazine is blessed with the opportunity to share a powerful story written by Amy Temple about her experience living with learning disabilities.
John Register is an overcomer who continues to make a global impact. He is a Gulf War Army Veteran, a 4-time track and field all American; and, a 2-time Olympic trials qualifier.
This episode of the World of Positivists from the PositiveVibes Magazine is all about the universe of goth culture and fashion, mental health, and the challenges being a queer individual. I had the wonderful experience of interviewing Thomas Blunt.
Crouching down in the corner of his room, he was continuously shedding tears, letting the burden of his emotions smoothly trail down his squished cheeks. The weight of society and load of the thoughts was greater; than the mass of his existence. That specific moment was a halt in his life, a point where he thought he wasn’t brave enough and do not belong to this perfectly faked world. The boy was internally shattered; until life once again taught him that it’s okay to not be okay.
Art has always been an expression of self. Looking to help those suffering mental health issues, it should come as no surprise that art has become a therapeutic tool. Art therapy has helped all generations develop their creative side while exploring what ails them. Utilizing creative processes also helps those looking to enhance their well-being, self-confidence and social skills. Going beyond just coloring between the lines, art therapy offers something for everyone, in good times and bad.
Denise Brown is not just a mother, stylist, teacher, and motivational speaker. Denise Brown is an inspiration. As a young woman, Denise encountered drugs, a neglectful mother, gangs, and placement in the foster care system. Yet, she did not let her early life struggles define her. While some may have
We had the opportunity to speak with Amy White. Amy White is an intuitive medium, a channel, an energy healer, and, what she likes to call herself, a truth bomb dropper. She works with people and helps them connect to their inner knowing. She teaches how to use that inner knowing to help guide us each on our individual journeys. When Amy does this work, depending on her audience, she can help bring forward people’s inner wisdom so they can begin to trust, move through things that block their path and begin to lead their life from a place of knowing as opposed to looking outward. She empowers people’s lives, so they can start to feel like they are fully embodying their experience.