Who is she?
She is a sensitive goddess who faces her demons head on in the darkness and resurfaces with the strength of the love and light to continue to live, thrive and be of service. Because unlike a princess life, a goddess life is not about fairy tales. For her, it’s about building, protecting and sustaining a strong foundation to keep a woman balanced and supported through the various stages of her life’s path.
There are those who have attempted to keep her down in the depths of darkness but little did they realize she came into this world pushing up and would not be held down for long. She was meant to rise up. Her inner light may have flickered at times but it has never gone completely out. She has realized she is on borrowed time here on earth and has decided to make the most of each day to the best of her ability. Her journey of overcoming incredible obstacles is because her purpose in life is far greater than she can fully comprehend at this moment in time. Those who are hurting are drawn to her because she is truly special. Her light is not forced but shines through her natural life energy.
The aspects of her life can be seen, felt and heard through her words, her teachings, her compassion, her joy, her pain, her knowingness, her pictures, her smile, her sensuality, her family and most importantly, her presence. Each of which represent the healing aspects of comfort, love and strength needed to help heal a world struggling with various types of pain and suffering. She honors the resilient, the passionate, the maternal and the sacred because her purpose on earth is to love, comfort and protect. She does so with complete faith in higher source to guide the way in building a better world little by little, step by step.
With Much Love and Light,
Diana received her ordination of ministry through Universal Life Church. She has received 1st and 2nd Degree Attunements and Training in the Reiki method of Natural Healing of Usui Shiki Ryoho. She is also trained as a Level 1 Somaveda™ Thai Yoga Practitioner by Oklevueha Native American Church of Somaveda Inc (ONACS).
Diana spent 12 years serving those with HIV/AIDS. Diana’s career awards include: Woman Of The Year Award from The National Association of Professional Women in 2011, Paul Prince Individual of the Year Award in 2010 and The Harbor Award for Outstanding Performance & Dedication in 2006.
Diana is a graduate of the University of South Florida with a BA in Women’s Studies and AA in Communications from St Petersburg College. She received her training as a Health Coach through The Institute of Integrative Nutrition with certification by the American Association of Drugless Practitioners. Diana a was a previous Board Member of West Pasco Toastmasters, The Association of Fundraising Professionals Nature Coast Chapter, previous member of The Community Service Council of West Pasco and The National Association of Professional Women.