Insist on quiet time alone. Then
be quiet.

A Meditative Storybook

If you’ve been looking for a way to slow down and find more meaning or fulfillment, I invite you to take ten minutes to absorb the message in this meditative tale about life, love, loss and a higher power. Better yet, watch it weekly for a while. Each time you do, you may find yourself becoming inspired, energized and open to ideas you had never considered before. Let the words, images, and music relax you into gentle contemplations. Experience what arises from a quiet mind…

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Sheila provided a seminar at the Hoyt Library, “Fill my cup: Self-care for givers”. I was so impressed with the techniques Sheila taught and her expertise, I hired her to present a workshop for my staff. Sheila is amazing! She has since been a fixture at our staff workshops held twice a year.

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