Larisa and I discussed healing and being a healer is available to all of us, the effects growing up in a fundamentalist environment creates trauma making it difficult to fully express yourself and your gifts, and how she helps people heal from past trauma including trauma from past generations.
This little piggy has pesos! Acrylic painting of an Tonala-style piggy bank in a circle of Pesos. 7″x7.”
In this conversation Laura and I discussed the reality of “twisty” career paths. While most of us start our careers thinking it’s going to be a steady a glorious ascent to a CEO title, more often we discover, our career paths involve starting in one place and taking several unexpected, even painful course corrections.
Laura Lundin is the Founder and Head Coach of the Corporate Compassion Project, a boutique executive coaching practice that helps purpose-driven women achieve more fulfillment, recognition, and impact in their careers.
Before founding her own mission-driven business, Laura had a 20-year career in corporate social responsibility, communications, and marketing.
Laura is passionate about the performing arts and preparing the next generation of purpose-driven leaders as demonstrated by her board and volunteer service .
Four playful fish in the Tonala folk art style. Acrylic on paper. 6.5″ x 12″ (16cm x 30cm).
Kohenet Annie Matan is a Jewish, feminist, queer, Hebrew Priestess and Mama. She facilitates sacred community, weaves transformative ritual and empowers intuitives, mystics and healers to own and share their gifts for the sake of the inter-independent healing and transformation of the world.
She channels the Divine with prayer, tarot and oracle cards, writing, sculpting goddesses, painting and crochet.
Tonala-style cat, “Ramona.” Acrylic on paper. 8.5″ x 7.75″. Two birds perch on an Agave plant. Let’s hope Ramona doesn’t see them! Pretty Ramona is available for adoption to a good home. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for pricing and other questions. Related Images:
A toucan and cockatiel in the Tonala style. 7.5″ x 4.” Acrylic on paper. These cheerful birds are available for adoption to a loving home. Email email@example.com for pricing and other questions. Related Images:
Another watercolor featuring a collection of things catching my eye while walking down the alleys in my neighborhood. Watercolor on paper 7.5″ x 8″. The car is a late 1960’s Ford Galaxy. Below clockwise are pictures of a weather vane, Grape Hyacinth, raspberries, and a quirky little sign I saw on a garage door. … Continue reading Alley Artifacts #3