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You are a superpower

Uncategorized Jul 15, 2020

It’s time to meet your Superheroes

There is cellular intelligence living within your DNA and genes

You don’t actually think about the blood flowing through your veins, nerve impulses, breathing, or digesting the breakfast you had this morning. If you workout in the morning, you don’t have to think about your muscles repairing themselves or bones becoming stronger. All of this just happens. 

Take the skin for example. Let’s say you cut your finger – the wound healing process that goes on behind the scenes is an incredibly organized process. It starts with the immune system, removing all that damaged tissue. Then, the skin cells have to grow and divide in order to replace the damaged and missing tissue. Ultimately your finger becomes as good as new. It’s amazing because it all happens without you having to think about it.

This all happens because of the highly coordinated cellular intelligence your cells possess. But where does this...

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My heart is full with the experience of coming through the other side of the virus

Uncategorized Jul 13, 2020

My heart is full with the experience of coming through the other side of the virus.

This has been a journey I believe will move through each of us one way or another.  Whether personally or through someone we love. It truly only becomes real when it becomes your own experience as suddenly the world turns inside out because nothing is within your control nor will anything ever be the same.  

I am a different person as are each and every person I took this journey with and met as a result.  The video I made sharing my story connected me with so many other real life stories around the globe and I was able to see the ripple effect of new choices being made as a result.  

The most important thing I learned is you can’t wait until you are sick to focus on your health.  It is important every single day to build a fortress around your body before something happens.  Be proactive and strengthen your defenses before they are attacked.  It...

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Sebastian’s Five Steps For A Life Well Lived

Uncategorized Jun 30, 2020

There are many things I learned from Sebastian but these five lessons stand out from all the other...

Love yourself and the World

His love was omnipresent.  It began with his love of self and his passion for living. Not for things he could acquire and accomplish, but for the love of life and living itself….

The simple fact is, our capacity to love is our most precious gift of all.  

To love another person deeply is where true purpose lives. We are learning now more than ever that we can love our job, our house, our things, our places, but when they are taken away, we survive.  Maybe with stress, anxiety and worry of what is next, but we still have next.  

To lose someone we love, never leaves us because their presence can’t be replaced.  Hopefully they will teach us that loving another, while it is the greatest risk of all, is still worthy because loving is our true compass for a life well lived.  Nothing is permanent.  But...

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What is on my heart this week....

Uncategorized Jun 29, 2020

My heart is filled with the memory of Sebastian, whose life ended one year ago at the tender age of 24.  Our family was blessed when he moved from South Africa, ahead of his family, to live with us so he could complete his senior year of high school. He and our son Pablo were friends that soon became brothers and our family expanded by his huge presence and love.  We were so lucky to have this gift of time.

There are many things I learned from Sebastian but these five lessons stand out from all the rest on how to truly live a life of value.

Mostly he taught me these things

  • Honor this gift of living
  • Savor the preciousness of every second
  • Time matters, spend it wisely
  • You are the creator of your universe 
  • Have a vision and lay out the steps to make it real
  • Execute consistently every day with clear actions
  • Live every second as if it were your last

Sebastian’s steps to life were not lived in the past or future

Not defined by what he had done or what might happen

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Question is...Are you an opportunist or an intuitive?

Uncategorized Jun 24, 2020

Just curious, Do you consider yourself an opportunist or an intuitive? 

What does it mean to be an opportunist? 

It means that you're actually looking for opportunities for your life to be better. Whether it is to capture timing, momentum or make money, whatever it is that is meaningful to you.

Are you looking for opportunities or are you like me, an intuitive.

I have always followed my intuition. I have a really good gut, and I trust it. Here's a short story of what I learned about myself…. 

I was born in Idaho and for a while I moved to the foothills of Lake Tahoe and bought myself a horse.

I had a farm and a ranch and big views outside and it was a gorgeous spot. But I realized I was not a cowgirl at heart and I moved back to San Francisco I lived in the city and then I moved to New York. I love New York. I love Manhattan. I am a city girl.

I went to work and became a corporate girl too... I built a strong relationship with the company that I was working...

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What is on my heart this week….

Uncategorized Jun 22, 2020

Are you an opportunist or intuitive?

What guides your life?

Do you believe you are divinely guided

I do…..

I pray for guidance daily

On occasion, it is a prayer for help finding a way through a problem

I have found when I am clear on my request, the answer arrives

Not usually in the package I expected

But it always takes me places I never could have imagined

Has blessed my life with incredible opportunities to truly live

Which is why I ask this question

The world today is overwhelming us with the lack of possibility

The fear of the unknown and where we fit into it

Finding the way through fear to solutions is so essential 

Which is why ten years ago when the economy tanked in 2008, I became an opportunist. 

Searching for ways to help survive financially while staying home with our children.  

But I prayed that I would find a way to create an opportunity that would live in my life.  

I had no idea it would change my life in so many...

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Make Your Day Amazing By Starting With A Powerful Morning!

Uncategorized Jun 12, 2020

Mastering your life begins with mastering your morning, because how you start your day is how it ends.  In order to change your life you will need to change your behaviors beginning with creating the time to be more conscious of the choices you are currently making,  

Finding what works for you and what doesn’t.

Mastering your morning is about creating a practice. A commitment every day to specific behaviors designed to build Mastery in your life. Change what you are currently doing that’s not working and create new behaviors you desire. 

It is also important to change our thoughts and old patterns of reacting. Change is hard and overwhelming at times. Mostly because we don’t know what to do or where to begin. But when we break it down into simple steps, we have a road map to lead us to the life we want to live.

Change is hard at first, somewhat messy in the middle, but oh so worth it in the end!  You don’t have to see the top of the...

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Understanding Oxidative Stress

Uncategorized Jun 05, 2020

“Oxidation” is the chemical term that describes removing electrons from an atom. Your cells are made of molecules that contain electrons, and these electrons can be “stolen” by an unstable atom that needs another electron to be stable. When this happens in your body, it can lead to tissue damage. Think about an apple that you cut and leave out. It turns brown, starts to shrivel and wrinkle, and gets mushy. That’s oxidation. Another example is rust—that’s metal oxidizing, getting holes and becoming weak and discolored.

Our body is really busy. Digesting food, breathing in and out, using our muscles, even thinking, are all hard work. This work can generate byproducts—like free radicals. Free radicals are unstable molecules that start oxidation—they need an electron from another molecule to become stable. You need some free radicals to stimulate important physiological processes, such as helping the immune system function correctly...

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Understanding Nutrigenomics, the Science of Wellness

Uncategorized May 29, 2020

Nutrigenomics

“Oxidation” is the chemical term that describes removing electrons from an atom. Your cells are made of molecules that contain electrons, and these electrons can be “stolen” by an unstable atom that needs another electron to be stable. When this happens in your body, it can lead to tissue damage. Think about an apple that you cut and leave out. It turns brown, starts to shrivel and wrinkle, and gets mushy. That’s oxidation. Another example is rust—that’s metal oxidizing, getting holes and becoming weak and discolored.

Our body is really busy. Digesting food, breathing in and out, using our muscles, even thinking, are all hard work. This work can generate byproducts—like free radicals. Free radicals are unstable molecules that start oxidation—they need an electron from another molecule to become stable. You need some free radicals to stimulate important physiological processes, such as helping the immune system...

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Why are NRF1 and Mitochondria Important for Cell Health?

Uncategorized May 23, 2020

What is NRF-1?

NRF-1 is the acronym for nuclear respiratory factor 1. It is responsible for producing a protein that is seen to homodimerize and act as a major transcription factor, activating the prominence of some metabolic genes. These genes are responsible for regulating nuclear genes and cellular growth that is essential for heme biosynthesis, respiration, and replication and transcription of mitochondrial DNA.

The encoded protein created by NFR-1 is linked with the controlling act for neurite outgrowth. NRF-1 along with NRF-2 relates the biogenomic coordination between mitochondrial and nuclear genomes by regulating the prominence of many ETC proteins (nuclear-encoded) directly, and also regulating the 3 COX subunit genes (mitochondrial-regulated) by triggering off mtTFA, mtTFB1, and mtTFB2.

Alternative transcriptional intertwine variants, which produce the same protein, have also been specified. Additional variants that encode different protein isoforms have been identified...

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