We are all prisoners in one way or another...to one degree or another; imprisoned by our limited understanding who and what we are and why we are here as flesh beings; beings who although unaware, have access to the same power of which great philosophers and prophets spoke.
We who are called to this Work know that even as one experiences anger, fear, physical or psychological pain, there is an inner aspect of Self that remains untouched by it all. We know that our consciousness--our very ability to think and to know--spans at least two realms: the physical one of the fives senses and the nonphysical realm of intuition, creativity, hope, trust, faith and LOVE.
LIFE...from the inside out offers women a unique opportunity to explore inner space from which health...ageless vitality...authenticity...and true life purpose flow.
In September of 2007, after being diagnosed with stage three breast cancer, Toni Roberts underwent a radical mastectomy and reconstructive surgery. After completing five of the recommded twelve chemotherapy treatments, Toni refused fruther chemo and also politely declined follow-up radiation and lifelong Tamoxifen.
Today, at age seventy-seven, Toni Roberts enjoys a youthful, vigorous, creative and robustly healthy life--free of all so-called diseases of aging and pharmaceutical drugs. Roberts offers herself as a model for women of any age who would age gracefully, creatively, healthily, youthfully--and usefully.
Toni created the LIFE...from the inside out self-empowerment program for women who are ready to recreate themselves and their lives in a journey of body-mind-spirit balancing and harmonizing. The nine-week program incorporates mindful meditation, guided visualization and creative self-expression; all medically proven, stress-reducing, anti-aging and health-enhancing modalities.
Roberts also handcrafts one-of-a-kind, semi-precious gemstone necklaces; plays the djembe drum; was an "extra" in the movie, The Interpreter; played a feature role in a made-for-TV movie; has performed her poetry at various NYC venues including Avery Fisher Hall and was mistress of ceremonies for Retumba, the all-women, Afro-Caribbean drum and dance troupe.
Roberts art and photography are available at: https://www.cafepress.com/daughtersofgaia