Diane’s intuition, talent and experience helps her clients find within themselves their own gifts, strengths and spirit needed to reach their goals., Model
Thank you for everything Diane! It was wonderful to find a practitioner who believed in listening to the body, trusting one’s intuition and finding answers within. I am very grateful to you., Model
Working with Diane was transformative, a very powerful experience., Actress
Diane’s insight helped me to see things in a new light and to take charge of my own life. I gained invaluable skills to handle my life issues in a more productive and loving way., Actress
Diane helped me process my past to a place of understanding and forgiveness. I feel empowered and in control of my life. I have peace., Actress
Diane has such a loving presence. Working with her helped me develop self-confidence and strength. She always called forth my wisest self and encouraged me to let my light shine., Actress
I’m finally able to take care of myself in ways that strengthen my body and spirit. Thank you, Diane, for helping me learn to love my body…and myself., Actress
Thank you, Diane! You have helped me to think differently in a way that is healthier for my spirit. I am so amazed at the growth I’ve made., Actress
To my Jewish friends... Happy Rosh Hashanah! May you have a good and sweet new year! ... See MoreSee Less
Happy Belated Birthday… to me! I turned 62 yesterday and proud of it! As I've always believed, age is just a state of mind.
I had a great birthday weekend. My husband and I went to Foxwoods Casino (no gambling for us, though) to see comedian Trevor Noah. I love that man! I agree with him politically but what I most admire is how he overcame great adversity.
Trevor was born in South Africa during apartheid. It literally was a crime that his black mother and white Swiss father had sexual relations and that he was conceived. His memoir, Born A Crime, is a riveting story of his traumatic childhood. With a brilliant balance of seriousness and humor, Trevor describes the extreme poverty, racial discrimination, bullying and domestic violence he experienced and witnessed.
I imagine that Trevor’s early experiences left some deep scars and what I admire about him is his wisdom and common sense intelligence in dealing with all that. He doesn’t see himself as a victim, despite having been victimized. He doesn’t feel the world owes him anything, despite having had so little growing up. From what I can tell, it seems he’s able to see his childhood and live his life through the lens of compassion and forgiveness, great role modeling for all of us.
No matter what hurtful experiences you endured as a child or painful trials you’re dealing with today, what matters most is how you respond. As my belated birthday gift to you, here’s some sage advice: ... See MoreSee Less
Sonia GuptaBelated Birthday Wishes. May you be blessed in every way. Thanks for sharing the inspiring tale of real life hero Trevor Noah.1 week ago
Donna McNeilHappy birthday Diane, thank you for sharing. Forgiveness is something that I am trying to do now. You gave me food for thought!1 week ago
Every choice you make is a direct result of how you feel about yourself.
When you feel unworthy, guilt-ridden or angry at the world, your life reflects these emotions. When you feel confident, lovable and at peace with yourself, your life reflects these feelings, too.
Think of your life as a mirror. When you take an honest look at it, what do you see? Where do you need to grow? ... See MoreSee Less
Amanda DobsonI'd say 80 percent of the time. We don't want to be too apathetic as then we are controlled. Sometimes we have to get our kick ass warrior angry pants on and go a few rounds for our chosen battle (mines equality for both women and men, real equality, no gender roles) I give up 20 percent of my peace to fight and be angry, but not so much I don't also hVe my peace 💙1 week ago · 1
Give yourself permission to ________. #eatmindfully #savortheflavor #nourish #slowdown #taste #behere #livelife #appreciate