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Sandi Gold
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New England artist Sandi Gold was diagnosed with a brain tumor and given less than a year to live. Faced with recurring symptoms of radiation damage (including cancer) from her treatment, betrayal by a dysfunctional family, and myopic advice from the medical establishment, she taught herself to open her heart and trust her own body’s voice. In this inspiring memoir with self-help journaling prompts closing each chapter, she shares those lessons with profound self-reflection and offers guidance on how to be healed by the best natural treatment freely available to us all—love. More info on author and book here. Amazon link here. Watch Sandi on ABC’s 20/20 from when her mural as metaphor was a national story. Print or digital review copies are available. 


  • The significance of the mind-body connection
  • Learning to trust your instincts about your own health 
  • How a life-threatening condition impacts your everyday perspective
  • The role of fear in coping with a terminally ill family member
  • Embracing love as a guiding force in your healing journey and for mental and physical well being

Sandi Gold has been featured in the New York TimesPeople magazine, the Boston Globe, and USA Today. Her feature on ABC’s 20/20, about her Temple of the Soul mural, was in the top three most popular shows the year it aired. She’s been interviewed on National Public Radio and its Connecticut affiliate. Sandi was the keynote speaker for the Calgary Cancer Center in Canada and has spoken at Brown University, and the Brain Tumor Society in Boston. She has won numerous awards for her art and been recognized for her many contributions to her community. Sandi is a certified Expressive Art Specialist and has a Kripalu Holistic Teacher’s Certification. She has worked for hospitals, and for Hospice using Expressive Art to assist her patients’ comfort and healing. She was nominated for the National Athena Award and has received a Rhode Island Citation Award and The State House of Representative Citation.