Can you share your top three “lifestyle tweaks” that you believe will help support people’s journey towards better wellbeing?
1. Daily green juices (N.B. not blended smoothies but extracted, raw juice). This should be taken on an empty stomach and have as little fruit sugars as possible.
2. Colon irrigation: Regular sessions with a well-trained colon hydrotherapist.
3. Consciousness shifting: Learn what is meant by “unity consciousness” and live according to this concept. The world, by contrast, lives in “separation consciousness” which is damaging to all our fields (mental, physical, emotional, energetic and spiritual). It may not sound at first like a lifestyle tweak — but just wait and see how your lifestyle — and better yet, your life — transforms for the better when you sync up with unity consciousness!
Can you share the most interesting story that happened to you since you started your career?
I think it’s pretty interesting that when I started my career almost no one knew what almond milk was or felt that a gourmet meal could be comprised entirely of raw vegetables or that washing your colon was ‘a thing.’ And now, all of these things are becoming household concepts.
Can you share a story about the biggest mistake you made when you were first starting? Can you tell us what lesson you learned from that?
Generally, I was just too accommodating, too willing to jump through hoops to make my schedule work for my clients in the early years — to the detriment of my personal time and time with family. I learned to create firm parameters around my work hours and not to indulge clients who seemed to think their time was more important than mine. I also wished I’d kept better track of my clients success stories. I became so busy so quickly that I missed documenting a lot of amazing success stories.
It’s tough when you’re a one woman show and raising little kids so the lesson may just as well be to just let things go that you simply cannot do.
The fact that these clients had such great success was the important thing. There were a lot of opportunities too that I couldn’t seize because I just couldn’t do everything and look after my home and family. So, I don’t stress the opportunities that I had to pass up.
When it comes to health and wellness, how is the work you are doing helping to make a bigger impact in the world?
By educating people about the true cause of disease and constantly challenging the status quo, I am able to be part of a great awakening that is pulling people out of a long dark-age slumber and then giving them just what they need to set themselves right in this age of increasing light!
None of us are able to achieve success without some help along the way. Is there a particular person who you are grateful towards who helped get you to where you are? Can you share a story about that?
Wow, so many people helped me along the way but numero uno is Judith Regan, my first publisher. Judith happened to be staying at one of my client’s homes for the weekend and came across the homemade booklet I gave all my clients in the early days of my practice.
The next day Judith called me into her office and offered me a book deal. Her vision and her faith in me meant everything to my career! Judith became a key mentor to me and remains a cherished friend of mine all these years later.
If you could start a movement that would bring the most amount of wellness to the most amount of people, what would that be?
The Colon Irrigation movement — which, allow the pun, is a proper movement! So much of the world’s illnesses and emotional imbalances are due to the saturation of accumulated waste from a lifetime of unfit substances in the tissues of the body. Expunging that accumulated density would leave people renewed, flowing with life force energy and inexplicable joy.
Do you have a “girl-crush” in this industry? If you could take one person to brunch, who would it be?
There are so many women in this field I’ve admired over the years, it’s hard to pick just one. Marie Forleo comes to mind. I really admire her dedication, focus and energy. I think we’d ‘get’ each other and have a good giggle!
Sustainability, veganism, mental health and environmental changes are big topics at the moment. Which one of these causes is dearest to you, and why?
As a person who sees life through the lens of unity consciousness, what is dear to me is the restoration of the network of life. I find that most ‘causes’ have a mix of wisdom and folly, truth and fiction, wrapped up in them and because of that tend to miss their higher calling.
Having said that, my goal is to have a zero waste household and consume only what I grow, being part of a wave of humans who are at one with and in-sync with the environment and therefore helping to heal all aspects of humanity and the natural world — which will in turn heal the mental health crisis (and the spiritual and sexual health crises which are also begging for healing).