WeEvolve TV™ Presents a Panel Interview on the topic of: “The Relationship Between Mothers And Daughters”
Guests: Victoria Lorient-Faibish, Adi Kanda and Meri Har-Gil In this interview these three amazing women and I attempt to understand more deeply and illuminate the dynamic/relationship between mothers & daughters and how it effects us as empowered, evolving women.
Adikanda is a published author, songwriter, practitioner of cellular healing and intuitive artist working with inter-dimensional communications from a realm of higher wisdom. Her work transmits a vibration of unconditional love to participants, releasing fear-based blocked energy and inviting powerful shifts of awakening and joy.
Her first book, Find Your Self-Culture: Moving Past Depression and Anxiety to Monumental Self-Acceptance is an opportunity for the reader to go through important case studies and learn user friendly exercises. This book is a way out of the rabbit hole of depression and anxiety through profound self-love and awareness.
Her second book called Connecting: Rewire Your Relationship-Culture launches Feb 18th, 2016. Dini Petty wrote the forward to the book and says:
“This book would have made my journey shorter and easier. It will guide you through your family matrix, into dating in the modern world, how to spot relationship dysfunction from the start and finally lead you into healthy relationships and enduring marriages.”
Meri Har-Gil knows what it is like to juggle the demands of being a full-time mom and a full-time business owner. Not so long ago, she found herself exhausted, burnt out, and uninspired by the daily grind of running her beauty salon in Toronto. With the help of Coaching Cognition and the School of Online Business, she did some soul searching and realized that her real passion is for people. Now she is a successful life coach consultant who specializes in helping new business owners find their passion and their unique value. Getting there was not a bed of roses. She overcame fears, doubts, setbacks, and even her own language barrier. She strongly believes in mind-soul-body balance and incorporates the principles of karate into her coaching philosophy. Har-Gil earned her black belt at the age of 48.