Top 4 famous quotes by Debra Roinestad
Here are the top 4 famous quotes, sayings and quotations by Debra Roinestad
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ART & JEWELRY
We are all surrounded by light—if we only choose to let it in.
Imagine finding out that your childhood memories were a lie told to you by your own mind to protect you from the daily horrors. A true story about a near-death experience and the painful memories that it triggered.
It tells of her survival and finding the healing light.
It's lovely and thought inspiring. It's Olga Trujillo meets Louise Hay in this short, succinct description of what healing can look like in the face of abuse. It aligns with my own spiritual beliefs about energy channeling and positive intentions. Loved it! Will pass to friends of mine.
In each chapter Debra Roinestad writes of her past and ends the chapter with a positive lesson she learned with the help of her spirit guide, Esther. Very inspirational. It's a short book but leaves a powerful impression.
An absolutely beautiful and uplifting account of triumph over abuse. It's difficult to read these recollections - no child should ever suffer as the author did. But what a gift she, and her guide Esther, have given us in the Life Lessons these experiences taught her. We can all be guided by these insights.
Lovely book and story...life is still magical.
Debra Roinestad earned a BFA from the School of Visual Arts in Manhattan and has designed covers and interior art for major book and magazine publishers, including Van Nostrand Reinhold, Penguin USA, Popular Photography and Consumer Reports. She has also studied psychology and gerontology and was awarded honors from the Omicron Delta Kappa leadership honor society for her academic work. A member of the Screen Actors Guild, Debra has numerous stage and television credits. She was an actress on Saturday Night Live for four years.
Debra spends time doing reiki healing sessions, sound healing, and teaches resilience building skills to the public.
After surviving a near-death experience, Debra followed her intuition and began creating photo collages based on the themes of healing and resiliency.
Since beginning this phase of her life, she has been interviewed in print and on the radio about her artwork, which has been featured in galleries and museums across the United States.
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