Kimberly Adams is a bonus mom, successful author and salesperson and powerful Manifestor of Magic. These are only a few of the words that describe Kimberly Adams. A transplant from Texas now living in Orange County, California, Kimberly built her dream life and has found her soul mission to bring that same success and light in everyone through her methods of stillness, practicing passionate self-care, leading from the heart and above all with love.
Entertainer, Richmond Chandler is an actor, musician, writer, and all-around lover of the creative arts. In an industry that can often pressure artists to choose just one label to identify as, Richmond is confident and self-assured in his title of “entertainer” and doesn’t let others define him or place him in just one singular box.
Alysha “AJ” Jean is a fitness coach, meditation instructor, and professional dancer in the city of New Orleans, Louisiana. If you asked AJ to describe herself in one word, she would confidently sum it all up with the single title, “wellness advocate.” Her unique journey has taken her from the
My mom always read the last few lines of the novel, because she wanted to know the ending. And when she passed it was not the end, but only her beginning.
We were honored to have the opportunity to speak with AJ Sarcoine for this Podcast Episode. AJ is a Motivational Speaker, Musician and the King of Positivity. He is the inventor of The Shine Scale™, Shine Dice™, and the author of three popular books. AJ is known for his unique teaching methods, infectious energy and his encouragement for all to ignite their shine.
Going On An Adventure with Positive Magick and striving for a Positive Life~ an interview with the “good witch” Patti Negri
Patti Negri is a Los Angeles native that was not raised with a set spiritual faith system; rather, when she realized that she had special abilities, she was able to freely discover it and practice it. She did her first seance when she was around seven or eight years old in the hallway of her Long Beach suburban home. After creating her first chant and lifting of the veil, orbs of light appeared around the room, a pivotal moment in her journey. She realized she was able to control access to the spirit world, that it wasn’t anything to be afraid of.
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.
Exploring the World of Essential Oils, Inspiration, and Personal Development with an exclusive interview with Lori Landin
Sometimes the desire to help others achieve their best life can take us in directions we may have never dreamed. For Lori Landin, creator of 1st Essentials for Life, her journey started with her love of music and teaching, evolving into a business that focuses on the well-being of all. Whether you call her a health coach, certified essential oils coach, or entrepreneur, Lori Landin is an inspirational story of transformation. Lori took time out of her busy schedule to talk to PositiveVibesMag, giving us a glimpse of her past, current wellness offerings, and her envision for a brighter future for all.
Hard to believe, but positivity started in Ancient Greece as philosophers Plato and Aristotle pondered the elements of what it meant to live a positive life. Through questioning what makes us happy or what a positive life would entail, these philosophers started the journey to understanding positivity.
The Remix: Hip Hop X Fashion Documentary recently had its debut on Netflix on July 22nd. This documentary profiles Black visionaries in fashion who rewrote narratives on the runway and turned hip-hop style into a global phenomenon. The documentary features interviews with hip-hop fashion pioneers Misa Hylton, April Walker, Kerby Jean-Raymond and Dapper Dan. We had the exceptional opportunity to sit down with both directors (Lisa Cortés & Farah Z. Khalid) and talk about the film, social justice, and the social, positive impact of the genre of hip-hop.