I am honored to share the work of two high vibration women I had the honor to work with during my end of life consulting work when I was in that field.
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My dear friend Deb Kelsey-Davis brings love and light to her role as a caregiving consultant and speaker. Deb offers innovative and pragmatic solutions to address the critical challenges faced by family caregivers, who are caring for our aging population.
Deb Kelsey-Davis founded S2S (Soul2Soul) Solutions in 2015 to address three critical needs:
1. The lack of products and services equally supporting the practical, emotional and spiritual needs of family caregivers;
2. The absence of formal Catholic faith-based programs for family caregivers; and,
3. The reported daily struggles of family caregivers seeking to get better care for their loved ones and finding community resources to support them.
The Sacred Spirit Urns
These urns are made with a silver mixture of tin and copper, melted then dripped, creating natural formations. The metal is then hand painted and oxidized, giving the once bright silver finish, a rustic, aged look. Attached to these beauties you will find sacred crystals, gemstones, shells and other energetically charged gifts from Mother Nature.
I have been so touched by the beautiful and yet practical creations of Irene Meiller.
We mend our broken hearts in hundreds of ways; some small and some large. The idea of utilizing a beautiful piece of wearable art to aid in the healing process touches me deeply. I am very happy to recommend Irene's works. Please click on the beautiful necklace above to visit her gallery of wearable art. Irene also makes magical journals completely by hand. I was able to gift one of these to my daughter and the look on her face as she held the journal gave perfect testament to the power infused into this work of art in the form of a journal.
Join The Visionary Passage Kiva Team and lend your support as a team effort to help those around the world as they try to better their lives. Not familiar with Kiva? Read On!
Kiva is an international nonprofit, founded in 2005 and based in San Francisco, that celebrates and supports people looking to create a better future for themselves, their families and their communities.
By lending as little as $25 on Kiva, anyone can help a borrower start or grow a business, go to school or realize their potential. And since it’s a loan, not a donation, you can recycle the same funds over and over to multiply your impact.
Through Kiva, each of us has the power to create opportunity and help others work towards their dreams— whether it’s a loan to a farmer in rural Kenya or a rooftop farmer in Detroit.
How Kiva works:
1. Choose a borrower. Browse categories of borrowers - people looking to grow businesses, go to school, switch to clean energy and more.
2. Make a loan. Help fund a loan with as little as $25.
3. Get repaid. Kiva borrowers have a 97% repayment rate.
4. Repeat! Recycle your funds to support another borrower or withdraw them.