We caught up with Rosalie and asked her 5 questions we like to ask all of our contributors. In the photos at right, she shares some bonding time with Dinah.
- If you could be doing anything in the world at this moment, what would it be?
Sitting with nature, with my animals, tending my garden and playing my singing bowls for them.
- If you had to change your name, what would you change it to and why?
I have always been drawn to the name Celeste; I love the night sky and feel connected to heavenly bodies. My other choice would be Selene. Just now, I wondered what it meant so I looked it up to find, Selene is an archaic lunar deity. This made me laugh as I hold new moon and full moon ceremonies each month. And I created a delicious heart-opening chocolate elixir which I call my Luna Lattes.
- What is the best piece of advice you were ever given?
Life is a series of experiments. Run an experiment.
- Do you have a favorite personal saying or mantra?
"There is no failure. There's only feedback." And, "I wonder ... ?"
- Why BodyTalk, Access or the Life Sciences?
Simple. Effective. Expanding awareness and waking up consciousness. Limitless potential. Life changing. Can be done anywhere. What could be better? I use the Access program every day for myself and animals to keep up the basics in our daily self-care ritual. BodyTalk has opened a door to a career doing something I absolutely love. It empowers people to go beyond past experiences and meet their authentic selves. The Life Sciences have been incorporated into my day-to-day living, and the system as a whole has allowed me to better understand myself. It's given me a framework for my intense subtle senses to work with so that life seems to flow with a gentle softness.
Rosalie is passionate about the human-animal bond and runs her practice and workshops out of her newly built office, At One Wellness in Regina, Saskatchewan. She is also a co-founder of the Los Angeles-based company, Playshop Transformations. Connecting highly sensitive people through deep personal development in a fun and effortless way, nourishing the physical, emotional, mental, and spiritual bodies, so they can navigate life without feeling fragmented and losing pieces of themselves to those around them.