In our continuing Healing with the Arts series, we focus on Creating Your Sacred Space with someone who literally painted her way out of severe depression–professor, painter, and nurse Mary Rockwood Lane. Also today, international and #1 New York Times bestselling author, Mireille Guiliano. In French Women Don’t Get Facelifts, Mirielle says she doesn’t believe in aging gracefully … but she does believe in aging with attitude!
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Co-author of the recently released Healing with the Arts, Mary Rockwood Lane returns today to offer her tips on creating space in our sacred lives, making beautiful environments that are healing spiritually. Mary has written or co-written numerous books on the arts and spirituality and their roles in healing, also lecturing and teaching workshops around the globe. After co-founding and subsequently directing the Shands Arts in Medicine program at University of Florida, Gainesville, she became an Associate Professor of Nursing, teaching creativity and spirituality in healthcare. If you missed it, here is Mary’s first appearance on Conversations Live!
Dubbed by USA Today as the “high priestess of French Lady Wisdom,” Mireille Guliano shares the secrets of aging with grace, style, and attitude in the follow-up to her bestselling French Women Don’t Get Fat. Aptly titled French Women Don’t Get Facelifts, Guliano’s latest book is designed to help women age with dignity, rather than with plastic surgery. From assessing the attitude to take towards gravity, to dressing with fearless style, tips on skin care and makeup, as well as a sensible diet, Guliano proves that while you can’t stop the sands of time, you can look and feel great without resorting to surgery!
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