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Friday Fabulous Female Moira Sutton

Friday Fabulous Female Moira Sutton

moiraToday I’d love to introduce to you Moira Sutton. She is an Author, Speaker, Coach, Mentor and Visionary. 

Moira Sutton: I know that in life, there is no limitation to what you want to achieve. At my core level I am a teacher. I am passionate about helping others succeed and see the greatness within themselves and others. I take all of my training to the teacher level or top level.

The first KEY for me was to make the decision to say ‘yes’ to powerfully, with inspired action, create the life of my dreams.

My mission and vision is to inspire and empower the millions of heart centered women around the world to boldly step into the highest expression of who they really are and connect to their passion, soul purpose and prosperity, so they can “BE, DO, HAVE” more and share their unique gifts in the world and make a difference doing what they love! I believe that we each have unique talents, a unique purpose that only WE can share with the world.

Now, I have not always been there…I have had my own challenges, years with my unique message and purpose and not trained in marketing and sales, so did not reach the women I wanted to work with. I hit a lot of walls both financially and emotionally and wondered if it would of been better to stay in the safe job, even if it didn’t speak to me. As the years went by I added more skills, training and created more products and services that were great for my clients.

I read the ads, you know the ones,
“Have you ever felt stuck, at a cross roads in life, overwhelmed, in debt, over-weight, unhappy, lost, disconnected and just surviving? You lay awake at night worried about finances, relationships, health and family.”

They were real to me because I could relate. I asked myself, how can I move out of this pain and move into a life of thriving and purposeful living to my full potential?

The answer to this question came with the Success Breakthrough Formula™. As a heart centered woman I discovered how to help women like me blast through their self-imposed limitations and beliefs and create positive lasting change – so they could attract more abundance, love, joy and fulfillment for themselves.

Let me share one very fork in the road that is very personal to me. Forks in the road can be fun if you come from a place of adventure, curiosity and excitement! I created “Quest Healing” and trained for many years in a variety of modalities and alternative healing fields.

In my work as a Reiki and Karuna Reiki Master, I brought my gifts as an intuitive back into my work. When I was a young girl, I felt spirit and this scared me. I had no one at the time to really share my experiences and my family thought I was only imagining this. Well, not the case! I was also told not to share this information with others that I could see, feel and hear spirit. Too weird and unusual and my parents felt that others would think I was a bit crazy!

Because of this, I bought into a FEAR based view around this area and decided to play safe around the ‘spirit’ experiences I had until much later in my life, when I fully embraced my intuitive gift and integrated this into my life and business.

One of my clients, who was in her 70’s, attended my workshop on healing. She had lost her husband and had a sense that he was still very close to her. Throughout the workshop her husband would literally pop in and out of the workshop with jokes and he was always smiling, laughing and definitely around her. I shared with her that he must of been a very funny man, spontaneous and not only loved her fully when he was alive in the physical body, he is still around her at times, loving her fully.

Another ‘Wisdom Nugget’ I learned from personal experience, “Be True to Yourself!”

The biggest turning point for me was my path of really getting on the court and really seeing myself as a successful Business Owner, not a Hobby Owner. I continued to invest in myself, my own Coaches, programs, training and DECIDE to play full out. When you decide and take massive action, people, circumstances and opportunities show up.

It is all about leaning into your fear, which is an acronym for “False Evidence Appearing Real.” Fear in this case is an illusion. It is not about doing anything dangerous like hanging out on a ledge! I love the acronym I now use “Feeling Excited and Ready” because that is where your real growth and success happens. I had to be willing to become the person I wanted to be before success showed up in my life. This takes courage, bold action and persistence to stay the course when the waters get rough. With intention, attention, massive action and your values, mission and vision clearly defined, there is a no stop attitude and mindset that goes into gear. Remember Shiny Objects will show up along the way, so you will have to be crystal clear on what you want to create in your life and do the work, to live the life you love to live!

“It is in your moments of decision that your destiny is shaped” ~ Tony Robbins

Throughout my life journey and being a Serial Entrepreneur for 25 years, I learned how to honor myself and take full responsibility and accountability for my life and business. When things are not working or I feel stuck, I know it is not the ‘out there problem’ syndrome or someone else’s fault. When problems, obstacles and crap shows up, I now re-frame them as an opportunity for me to really grow, learn and expand my own way of being and consciousness.

I have also learned not to compare myself to others. I teach this and it is important for me to walk my talk. The last year in particular I invested in so many programs and created my business around a model that was working for someone else. I was a “square peg trying to fit into a round hole” (I think this is the saying!) I learned this does not work and shifted back to creating the full expression of my passion, purpose and prosperity and the women I love to serve.

We are each unique and only YOU can show up with your unique gifts and talents. It is your life experience and all the bumps, ups and downs along the way that makes you the unique and special YOU! Be kind to YOU and love YOU and know that by going within and quieting the mind, you can begin to breathe and let go of what you do not want in your life any more. Surround yourself with people who inspire you, love you for YOU and get rid of the nay-sayers or people who want you to play small and safe. They do not want you to play BIG because they might feel that they have to do this.

Guess what? Where you are right now is perfect because all the choices, training, people, circumstances in your life brought you to NOW. The Present is a Gift for you to choose what you want to keep, clear out and de-clutter in your life and what you want to create in your life.

I created the VIP Women Visionaries™ to start a movement of “conscious” heart centered women to share their unique voice and message and create a snowball effect. They are change agents, thought leaders, visionaries who are stepping up boldly as leaders and making a difference in the world.

If you would like to join our community and find out about our up-coming Retreats, Coaching, Mentorship and Workshops, please go to www.successbreakthrough and come play with us in a BIG WAY!

“A real decision is measured by the fact that you’ve taken a new action. If there’s no action, you haven’t truly decided.” Tony Robbins

If you would like a FREE Breakthrough Discovery Session, Sign Up

If you already know you are ready to finally BREAKTHROUGH to your full potential and create the life you love to live I invite you to fill out the form at:

I offer Breakthrough Coaching Programs beginning at 1 month; 3 months; 6 months to a 10 month Program. Designed for you to breakthrough what is holding you back, get crystal clear on what you want and get results in all areas of your life: Spiritually, Emotionally, Physically, Mentally and Financially.

To Your Passion, Purpose & Prosperity

Much love

Friday Fabulous Female Tess Vergara

Friday Fabulous Female Tess Vergara

TessToday I’d love you to meet Tess Vergara. Here’s her story:
My greatest strength and accomplishment in life was in raising my 2 daughters single-handedly. I separated from their Dad at first sign of physical abuse towards our then 2-year old first born, literally after giving birth to our second. Without financial support from their father, I happily worked 2 jobs to give my daughters a great life. I was an ambitious, driven and determined single mom (still am!) who worked nonstop… but it took a toll on me, physically, spiritually, mentally and emotionally. I didn’t realize how exhausted and depleted I was. And that’s how I got into coaching. I was my first client. And its the best investment I’ve ever gifted myself. I was in a state of confusion… and pain… not physical pain… but a yearning for something more… As I journeyed inward… digging, weeding, clearing antiquated beliefs that no longer served me, I experienced a lightness of being each time a layer was peeled. It felt so good and so liberating. The transformational shifts I experienced thru self-love and empowerment, breaking free of the box I unconsciously built for myself, is a process I want to share with you. This coming home to YOU… call it self-actualization, personal development or spiritual path… is a journey I love to facilitate. It is my desire to bridge the gap from where you now to where you want to be… to realize and manifest whatever it is you truly want… empowered and awakened to your full potential and limitless possibilities.

Like a Horse with Blinders On I led a very solitary life whose sole purpose is to be both mother and father to my 2 daughters, now 19 and 17 (2013). Like a horse with blinders on, my focus was very limited and almost self-serving. Work, kids, work, kids, work, kids… With all my family left behind in Canada, I raised my girls alone with no monetary nor familial support. I was so very blessed to have attracted in my life wonderful employers who understood and supported me. I took my girls with me to work, to various clients and when technology later allowed it, I took work home and logged in remotely. I lived for the week-ends where the girls and I can go someplace fun and exciting. I took parenting very seriously. Tough love and all that…

I heard a snap from somewhere in my body…
A certain sadness grew naturally with my raising the kids alone for 15 years… but looking back, it was the arson, death and betrayal, all separate incidents, all in one year, that broke the camel’s back. See, I was still carrying on, acting strong and putting out fires, when I should have been grieving and processing my emotions. Fate intervened. I broke my knee in a ski accident same year at Christmas. I fell on my back after a loud snap from somewhere in my body. I prayed so hard “ please, Lord, not yet. I just need a little time to get my affairs in order and make final instructions”. I remember counting my blessings as I looked around at nature’s splendor while I lay immobilized on the snow, waiting for help, feeling lucky to be alive. Then I thought to myself, “geez, I should have been more dare-devilish! Would have made the injury worthwhile!”

An eye-opener
Determined to walk on high heels again and get my strut back, I took dance lessons as my rehab and soon enough I was walking and dancing and jumping and skating again!23 It was a pretty good scare and it opened up my eyes and resolved to live life to the fullest.

And then I got re-married. Who knew getting married would bring back unresolved issues from yesteryears? The slow build and depression and anxiety along with years of stress and self-neglect was a guaranteed exhaustion and burn-out. And a meltdown at work! One I am not proud of but a huge writing on the wall that my energy was drained and I was taken hostage by crazy monkey chatter. What’s worse, I had alienated everyone I love, including the handful of friends who’ve stood by me for so many years. My husband described me as a matchstick ready to flare up at slightest provocation. And it stopped me in my tracks. There were no other people left to point a finger at… but myself. What a rude awakening!

Now here I am…
Reminded that we are all called to be the salt of the earth, the light of the world… We all have a unique purpose that we have forgotten. We get so caught up with life that we forget how to live, truly, deeply, lovingly, meaningfully. It is my goal and desire to facilitate that awakening… elevate awareness, self-esteem, self-respect, self-care, self-compassion… from heartbreak to heart-and-mind fully opened… awakened to our intrinsic beauty and infinite love… empowered, emboldened, engaged.

Let me leave you with this quote from my mentor, Anthony Robbins.

“You are now at a crossroads. This is your opportunity to make the most important decision you will ever make. Forget your past. Who are you now? Who have you decided you really are now? Don’t think about who you have been. Who are you now? Who have you decided to become? Make this decision consciously. Make it carefully. Make it powerfully.”
~Anthony Robbins

Let me be your guide to conscious and deliberate creation… of a fulfilling and rewarding life you deserve and desire.

You can connect with Tess at her website

Friday Fabulous Female Alanna Wong

Friday Fabulous Female Alanna Wong

Alanna WongToday I am honored to have Alanna Wong share her story….

Your teen years are supposed to be the best of your life, full of new discoveries, fun times, and exciting challenges. But I lost a good few years between the ages of 10 and 20 because I was either asleep in bed or functioning sick due to Kleine-Levin Syndrome (KLS).

I have always said that it’s not what you go through that makes you the person you are, it’s how you react to the situation that you are dealt with that makes you the person you are. I have looked beyond my struggle and have found meaning in my life by helping others.

Now 24, my mission is to improve the quality of life for those struggling or anyone experiencing chronic illness by providing an online community to connect and engage and to offer a heart full of compassion to let others know they are important and cared for.

During these years of service to others, I have discovered that when you give, you receive. I am grateful for the blessings in my life, and I offer those interested the opportunity to bless someone else’s life by sending them a card in the mail on me. I enjoy helping others send a card to someone who needs to hear from them.

I have spent the past six years dedicating my life to raising awareness for Kleine-Levin Syndrome (KLS) in an effort to help other sufferers by raising funds for research, engaging and connecting with the community, and facilitating the KLS Foundation website. I am in the process of writing my KLS memoir. You can view a copy of the introductory section of my memoir here:

Due to KLS, I am not able to work a 9-5 job so my goal the past few years has been to work from home. After many years of hard work and study, I have accomplished my goal! I am launching my online card and gift store soon. Please connect with me at:

Keep on persevering if you are going through a life struggle! There’s light at the end of the tunnel!

Alanna has been featured in numerous media outlets including: Anderson Cooper, ITV London, Sunday Night (Australia), The Sun, The Daily Mail, and Seventeen Magazine (Singapore).

Be sure to leave a comment for Alanna, and Share this to help her spread her message of hope.

Friday Fabulous Female – Tzippi Moss

Friday Fabulous Female – Tzippi Moss


Today’s Friday Fabulous Female is Tzippi Moss. What a special and giving woman she is. Read her special story  —-

“Have you ever had a moment in which a decision you made radically changed your life? Just over a year ago, I made an incredibly stupid mistake and came within a millimeter, a microsecond, of either losing my life or being severely disabled. Instead I was left for a few weeks with badly bruised knees and a lesson to last me a life time. I was returning home from facilitating a workshop on financial empowerment for women, and saw the light rail approaching. I ignored the red light, and in my single minded focus to catch that ride, I looked in one direction, forgot the other, and ran at top speed across the street. A car traveling about 45 miles an hour grazed the front of my body and spun me around until I fell onto my knees, hard.

Then I picked myself up, and walked onto the train. The young man driving the car dashed onto the compartment I was sitting in to ask me if I was o.k. Dazed and terribly guilty, I apologized profoundly. I was brought to my knees in the metaphorical sense, humbled. It took all my resolve that night to tell my husband what I had done. That through a moment of unconsciousness I had almost forfeited my life as I knew it, as well as the lives of my husband and kids, and that young man’s and his loved ones. I was deeply ashamed. And yet, I had been given another chance. I made a few promises to myself since then.

Every morning I wake up and first thing say a prayer of thanks to God for being alive. I do my best to remember how grateful I am to be in a functioning body- that can independently breathe, walk, talk, smell, taste, eat, hug, and smile.

What a miracle that is! I’m determined to do what I can to give, to serve, to be in joy, to use this life I’ve been given a second chance at to its utmost potential and purpose. It has been an interesting ride. I thought I would be so overwhelmed with gratitude that I’d be better at loving, giving, listening, being patient. But inevitably I’d catch myself feeling worry, fear, anger, pettiness or dozens of other “negative” emotions.

At first I thought, jeez, I’ve just won the lottery with a second chance at living my life – you’d think I wouldn’t fall into those same old patterns. And I’d beat up on myself. Then, I finally learned patience with my perfectly imperfect me. Now I think, wow, I still have so much to learn. How lucky is that? Maybe that’s why I’m still around…I am a slow learner, so I need this extra time.

From the time I was young, I thought about death. I lost a beloved grandfather when I was nine, and mourned him deeply for a year. I understood that a child’s grief can be just as deep, perhaps even deeper than an adult’s. I understood that you can lose a loved one at any time; that life can abruptly change.

Life and death are mysterious twins. You couldn’t have one without the other. Later, as an adult, I really got that the ultimate deadline is death, and if you faced that head-on, you could live your life more fully. Practicing as a coach and therapist for over 25 years, I’ve been profoundly moved by my clients’ stories and successes, like the woman who recently told me after two sessions, “I’ve let go of almost all the guilt and shame I’ve been carrying my entire life.”

I’ve steered many people through the voids in their lives, the times when they’ve lost something or someone precious to them – whether it’s been a job, a loved one, a relationship, or a multitude of other things. Usually it’s about a loss of meaning, purpose, a sense of oneself. The void is a place I’ve visited numerous times. Big fathomless voids like my father suddenly dying. Total confusion about my life path and purpose. Smaller voids triggered by financial, marital or family stress. It’s that place where your inner compass, clarity, certainty are gone. Your anchor has disappeared. I’ve learned what an immense gift it all was.

It sounds like a cliché, but from each ending, from the chaos, came something new. I’m sure each of you know someone who was diagnosed with a life threatening illness, or survived a bad accident, and who commented that it was the best thing that happened to them. They got their priorities straight. They repaired and strengthened relationships. They cleaned up their junk, material and emotional. They discovered their true purpose. They began to really enjoy their lives. They let go of doubts and fears that plagued them for years.

Maybe you went through this yourself. I wondered what would happen if people could actively confront their mortality and gain these same gifts while they were still healthy and vital. Why wait until you’re literally under the wire?

Around five years ago I led a couple of groups that did just that. Folks told me it changed them and their lives for the better. They created bucket lists and started ticking off dreams that they’d postponed for years. They healed relationships. They appreciated themselves and their lives more. I was moved and impressed.

I’ve always thought of myself as a joyful person, someone who basically goes after her dreams. I moved to Israel on my own as a young adult, and I still live here today, in Jerusalem. I learned to do a handstand (Ok, against a wall) after I was forty. I backpacked the length and breadth of Israel with my husband and son (almost 1000 kilometers) and raised almost $40,000 for ALS (Lou Gherig’s disease) research- the disease my mother in law died from.

I wrote a book (still unpublished) on what that backpacking trip taught me. I taught dream workshops, abundance workshops, coached clients and loved my work. I was profoundly grateful. Sounds pretty good, right? But with all that, I kept my career and work life on a low simmer. I argued too often with my husband of 30 years, fighting about the same old stuff. I had plenty of self-doubts, criticism, shame, worries, procrastination, excuses. Small frustrations and annoying patterns that were keeping me from really going for it all out. Sound familiar? Then, my near miss happened. And something shifted.

I realized I don’t have time to waste anymore. Now if I want to do something, if I have a dream, a calling, I go for it. Screw the fears, the negative self-talk. Or more accurately, they’re still there, but I act despite them. Not all the time, but more of the time. I take my cues from my two little granddaughters. I feel more like a kid who can play and experiment and screw up. Ironically, because I made such a huge mistake, I now allow myself to make lots of smaller ones and have fun with the mess and chaos of life. And more than ever before, I feel called to help as many folks as I can go for it too. You and your life are such a precious, precious gift. Be kind to yourself. Be patient with yourself. Love yourself. You are so worth it.

I’d love to hear from you. Ask me a question. Share a triumph or a challenge. In return I’d love to gift with you some of the channeled wisdom and tips I received when I entered a nine month long void before and after my father’s death. It covers things like how to deal with fears and doubt, handle money, kindle passion, and other goodies. It helped me and others I’ve shared it with through some dark and confusing times. I hope it’ll help you too. Thank you Victoria for inviting me to share and thank you to all you wonderful women who are reading this. Wishing all the perfectly imperfect others out there a wonderful weekend.

Love, Tzippi
P.S. I’ve just opened a brand new business page on Facebook and I’d love it if you visit me there and drop me a line. ”


Friday Fabulous Female – Juicing with Julie

Friday Fabulous Female – Juicing with Julie

Friday Fabulous Female: Julie’s story touched my heart. She is a true inspiration for taking care of yourself and your body. —-

“I am the creator and founder of Juicing with Julie. My dream is to educate and inspire as many people as humanly possible to take control of their health and well-being through the Power of Juicing. I fully believe that with the proper mind set and the proper nutrition we all have the ability to heal ourselves.

For those of you that don’t know my story and how Juicing with Julie all came about, let me take you into my world for just a minute.

When I was younger, I always thought cancer was something other people got. It was something that happened to other families, surely not ours. My gut wrenched every time I heard of someone having it and I wished for them to get better, but even more so, I prayed that the cancer would not take their life. The ‘C’ word was terrifying to me because I believed it was a death sentence.

My first up close experience with cancer was with the 1st boy I ever kissed in 7th grade. His name was Mark. We stayed extremely close through snail mail and phone calls through college, and one day, Mark called to tell me about a pain he was having in his foot. I kept urging him to see a doctor, but he let it go for another year. Time had passed and I hadn’t heard from him for what seemed like an eternity. Later, I found myself traveling to visit family in Mark’s home town so naturally, I decided to call him to meet for lunch. He answered on the first ring…but, he didn’t sound like his usual upbeat, happy self. Mark asked me to sit down because he had something important to tell me. He began to explain that he was diagnosed with a rare kind of cancer that had spread throughout his entire body (beginning with his foot) and that he had to have his leg amputated. He told me that he had just come from chemotherapy and the most he could eat is a hotdog and beans. Mark told me that I could see him only if I promised not to cry. Needless to say, that didn’t go so well (the crying part), he was completely bald, wearing a navy blue bandanna around his head, and showed off his prosthetic leg…’Look Julie! I can run with this thing!”, yelled Mark. When I was able to collect myself, we laughed about old times, pulled out old letters and pictures, and we held each other until the wee hours of the morning (in between more crying). Six months later, Mark passed away.

About 6 years later, my Mom, Faye, became extremely ill with symptoms including abdominal pain, bloody stools, vomiting, and a devastatingly low red blood cell count. She was misdiagnosed by 3 specialists over the course of a 4-5 year period. My Mom was prescribed ulcer medication and sent on her merry way.

My mom was finally diagnosed with Stage 4 Colon Cancer after she was rushed to the emergency room, almost pronounced dead. They found a tumor the size of her fist growing in her colon. They operated and removed the tumor, but the doctor only gave her 6 more months to live. The cancer had already spread into the lymph nodes and beyond.

My mom was a fighter and that wasn’t an option for her, so the first thing my mom did when she got home from the hospital was purchase a juicer. She had heard about the Power of Juicing through magazine articles and television talk shows…plus, I think she was secretly in love with Jack Lalanne back in the day! Who wouldn’t be? He was such a stud! God Bless His Soul!

From sunrise to sunset, my mom and I studied every fruit, vegetable, chia seed, flax seed, fish oil, spirulina powder, maca powder…you get my drift. The all natural world was going to open doors for her that we could never have imagined. That was her new occupation…staying alive. Taking one day at a time….ONE JUICE AT A TIME. She extended her life an additional 6 whole years!!!! My son knows his grandma! I mean, he REALLY remembers her! That time was so precious and I feel blessed and grateful that we didn’t give up!

Now, am I saying that Juicing saved her life? No, obviously not, because if that were the case, she would still be alive today. But, with the help of alternative medicine and through The Power of Juicing, my mom was able to live 6 more beautiful, incredible years than expected.

So, the reason why I’m so passionate about Juicing?….those 6 precious years.

Yes, I have my own success story to tell about juicing, I lost 90 lbs through juicing….but nothing compares to my mom’s success story. I wish she was here to tell you about it….but Juicing with Julie will just have to be her messenger.

I am an expert juicer. Not through some school, book or nutritional program, but through real life experiences. Juicing has helped my family through cancer, fibromyalgia and obesity. I have coached thousands of people around the globe on my 30-Day Juice Feast Program. I created this program primarily for bettering the health of the participants, but it just so happens that people receive amazing weight loss benefits when they get healthier….hmmmm….imagine that!

I hope this story will encourage you to make your health your #1 Priority, take preventative measures and don’t wait until it’s too late.

“CHEERS! To Great Health!”
Juicing with Julie”


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Friday’s Fabulous Female – Ariaa Jaeger

Friday’s Fabulous Female – Ariaa Jaeger

Friday’s Fabulous Female: Today I want to introduce you to a beautiful angel who “Loves Outloud”. Read her story to find out more about Ariaa Jaeger  —– “I was flying, soaring, as if I had wings lighter than air and I was free from pain. At the speed of light, I traveled through innumerable golden fields of stars, grids, constellations, and rich, vibrant, textured colors beyond those known on earth. What was taking place back down on the mountain, I cannot truthfully convey. With my lips having turned bluish-purple and my breathing suddenly nonexistent, it was apparent that my soul was no longer in my body. For what seemed like an eternity, I was, for all intents and purposes, in what most call, heaven. The length of time that I lie there medically should have caused severe brain damage, but the harsh temperatures and frozen ground certainly helped to preserve the body. But even if we had been in a 120 degree desert, it was obvious that angels were tending to all these supernatural events, ensuring my role on the earth.” (Excerpt from the book “Ariaaisms Spiritual Food for the Soul” Since my death in Austria in 1993 my greatest joy has been helping people transform their lives and heal their issues so more light can come in. I have served at every level of enlightenment; from helping resolve emotional dysfunction to teaching principles of spiritual empowerment and evolution. Since my clinical death in the Austrian Alps in 1993, I have worked with hundreds of thousands personally and have inspired millions through social media, radio, television, my two Best-Selling books and via lectures and workshops worldwide. I encourage my clients to “Embrace a higher way of thinking, a more evolved way of living and a more loving way of being.” (Excerpt from “Ariaaisms~ Spiritual Food for the Soul.”) I have watched women with third and fourth stage breast cancer, apply the tools I empower them with and completely reverse their cancers. I fondly remember one client who was suffering from Fibromyalgia and who harbored great anger and resentment at a father she had not seen or spoken to in more than 24 years; she addressed her anger, healed her emotions, and contacted her father whom she now enjoys a healthy relationship with. And she is off all prescription medications and is free of pain and disease. Since my own death experience I have heard angels, seen them appear, talked to those who have died and are on the other side sending messages to those they love and I have relished in conversations with God and sages like Jesus and Buddha. In nearly 21 years I have served souls from every race, color and creed under the sky. I have lived a life fighting for the rights of animals and for human rights around the world. I find such reward in volunteering for the elderly and I use my voice to sing with and to them as I use energy and movement to help heal and even make an easier transition across the threshold into paradise. When I was invited to sing at the United Nations Spirit Awards in New York, I saw an opportunity to open a dialogue with Ambassadors who have the power to implement change. I see life as one colossal opportunity to uplift, inspire, support and love everyone who crosses my path and those who never will. I firmly believe in the power of the spoken word and pray for situations and souls I will never meet daily …not only does that generate great karma but it creates a pure heart. Those who give with no expectation in the world live longer are happier and tend to have greater spiritual gifts than those who do not. I take pride in helping strangers at the grocery store or suddenly pulling my car over to jump out and rescue a dog in the road or shoo a deer from the freeway. I was taught early on to be a good Samaritan and do at least one good deed a day and since I am an over-achiever I try to do 5 or more! My philosophy is “LOVE OUTLOUD” a movement I began in 2010 and since have engaged and supported it through being a Love Ambassador for the Love Foundation and inspiring millions across the globe through my various social media sites and website. “Ariaaisms Spiritual Food for the Soul” continues the teachings while “The Book of Ariaa Quotes for a Luminous Life” inspires at a daily level. Currently I am accepting new clients and continue to look forward to helping each one live with perfect health, prosperity, joy and a heart full of love. Sending you beams of love, light and laughter, Ariaa Jaeger