“The basic thing is that everyone wants happiness, no one wants suffering. And happiness mainly comes from our own attitude, rather than from external factors. If your own mental attitude is correct, even if you remain in a hostile atmosphere, you feel happy.” — The Dalai Lama
After, what she refers to as, a challenging upbringing, Wendy found herself going from a path of self-destruction to a societal-directed workaholic search for peace and happiness, only to find that she had mastered the art of feeling bad and was left in a state of total confusion by the age of 22. That’s when it became a necessity to search for real answers.
During her college years, she began applying the steps in her life and following the principals the groups had to offer. This was a healing, transformative, spiritual-awakening with practical processes into learning how to love, care for and respect herself, and to find the love and goodness in the world. She then become productive with a sense of being whole and the ability to give back to the world.
After a diagnosis with breast cancer, followed by immediate cure, Wendy’s life changed forever having had the experience of acknowledging her TRUE priorities in life. One of those priorities was to stop wasting any more moments of her life in any type of negativity, and another was to pursue her dream of becoming a professional writer. So after a successful career building businesses, building teams, developing and managing people, Wendy walked away to forge into the unknown, feeling totally confident in a new phase of the ongoing spiritual-awakening that had begun those years ago.
It was challenging, financially uncertain at times, but definitely worth it. Within two years, Wendy was a paid freelance writer, teacher, and began her first book offering options for others to live their lives to the fullest. On this endeavor, came immense growth, opportunity, and just an unbelievable journey of courage, strength, a growing reliance and awareness of the power of self with divine union, and of course, perseverance.
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