Make It Sacred
Supporting self-awareness, self-respect, clarity and truth.
Her passions are adventure and understanding different 'Truths'; exploring this planet of ours - its people, their beliefs and their mysteries. This has taken her around the world: from barns to boardrooms, mountains to monasteries, acts as CEO to acts of energy, courage and awareness. Diana holds a commitment to deeply under-
standing the nature of reality and "life, the universe and everything else" - sharing and reflecting the discoveries in her life, teaching, writing and coaching.
Diana found 'home' in the Toltec philosophy where she became a Teacher, Guide, Minister and Coach. She enjoys supporting others to achieve freedom from their mind. She is the co-founder and trainer of Artist of the Spirit Coach Training program, is a Warrior Goddess facilitator, is trained to work intuitively and energetically and is a Life/Law of Attraction/Spiritual Integrity Coach, Reiki Master and is certified in the Law of Attraction, Rays, the Dervish Healing Order and reading Akashic Records .
Before teaching, coaching, writing and Artist of the Spirit, Diana worked as CEO/CFO for non-profits in Idaho, Washington, California, New Mexico and Indonesia. She continues to serve two organizations close to her heart: the Lama Foundation and Toci - Toltec Center of Creative Intent where she served on both Boards and as Executive Director.
She is an accomplished Batik artist and also creates spiritual art & 'tools' that through use can become sacred. She teaches the art of batik, as well as fan making and working with nature and the elements to add magic to art.
Diana currently lives in Santa Fe, NM.
She has spent most of her life studying traditions such as Buddhism, Christianity, Native American Church, Celctic/Peruvian/Native American Shamanism, Judaism, Hinduism, Sufism, Science, Energy and also Community (at the Lama Foundation). Recently Diana became trained in reading Rakish Records and energy dowsing!
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