“I've been writing my whole life,” Debra said, “and putting it under the bed and hiding it. I didn't think of myself as a “writer”. I didn't think I had it in me. After I went through all of the loss that I went through, and after I came through the other side of it, I said, 'You know, I've always wanted to be a writer. I have nothing to lose. The worst I could ever imagine has happened. I'm going to do this.’” Debra added, “My book had to come out. I could not not write it,”
When the title Change Your Movie, Change Your Life surfaced from Debra’s intuition, she sat with the information, and thought... continue reading
We embrace joy and change with grace in the first issue of 2017. Life brings us many opportunities to evolve and strengthen our heart connection. Enjoy my conversation with Debra Oakland, author of Change Your Movie Change Your Life. Grab your copy and explore the various elements for a healthier life and making choices to support a growing love of self. We hope you savor the recipes our contributors shared with us and learning about our new UnBox Your Kitchen cookbook series.
Publisher & Editor
Cynthia (C.K.) Kochis
If you want to learn about patience and yourself, and about plans being changed - try and write a book.”
“She taught the whole group, the doctor and me very valuable lessons by sharing her journey.”
“I have come to believe that our breath is a miracle and a much neglected tool of the soul.”
"...I give you full permission to tank the resolution....”
"It is a place of visionaries, mystics and prophecy."
"We can see the full expression of joy when we take a look at the children around us."
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