BOOK, Harmonious Health 4 Life


“A loving partner whose desire is to achieve spiritual connectedness is available unconditionally to their partner body, mind and spirit.

When one needs a soft place to fall, regardless of what they themselves are experiencing, they selflessly offer that safe space to communicate where their partner experiences empathy, patience and feels loved and heard.

When we offer our partner love and support, fully present, although we may be struggling, we are deeply engaged in a true spiritual meaning of love.

Give away what you yourself need. It will always give back.

I am you…you are me.”

Love, Wendy

BOOK, Harmonious Health 4 Life


“A healthy, loving relationship and mutual respect in a relationship is experienced when…

  • We speak our truth with kindness without holding back our true feelings.
  • We resolve conflict outwardly with preset boundaries where we both have equal time to speak, and we are aware of our own triggers and have the tools to regulate our emotions. We communicate asking ourselves, “How can I communicate effectively and find resolution where I will be heard and embraced, and to honor myself as well as my partner?” We never allow our communication to become a “nuclear war,” as we consistently communicate our feelings and validate our partner’s feelings, always from a place of love and compassion. We intentionally set aside check in time daily to keep our communication flowing.
  • We never place blame on our partner as we learn to take responsibility for our own individual actions and words. We are humble and apologize willingly and freely when we realize we have caused hurt or pain.
  • We remain in the present moment and can also discuss a recent past disagreement or challenge without bringing into the present moment. We communicate and resolve, realizing we do not have to always agree where we respectfully disagree, and we are mindful moving forward. “If it’s important to you, I will be sensitive to your needs and feelings.”
  • We recognize and break the patterns of old family of origin dysfunctional behaviors and choose healthy practices that promotes empathy, love and resolution.
  • We will make mistakes along the way and will willingly practice forgiveness.
  • We recognize that we have similar interests as well as different interests and celebrate our individual space, and our togetherness space!
  • We make each other a priority daily. We stand beside our partner in every challenge and every celebration, and we never allow a third party inside of our sacred connection/union.
  • Together, we follow a spiritual path and make our practice a daily part of our journey as we strive to evolve.

Our goal is always to experience a deeper connection and understanding of our love, and to achieve ongoing spiritual “re-awakening” that deepens our bond body, mind and soul.”

Love, Wendy




“A man who constantly and tirelessly seeks the approval and attention of strangers from an outside unknown and inauthentic platform is trying to fill an empty void. That void is a deep black hole with no bottom or ceiling.

Unless one goes within to heal and to do the work where he finds that validation and love within himself, he will continue to go without.

A man without God in his spirit, in whatever way one chooses to believe and to trust, is empty…hollow, and ego is his only guide.

You can speak with stubborn conviction all the right words on your platform built on your “truth,” but your words are deafening to those of us who know the “truth.” And, your actions are equally empty. The “Universe” always speaks the TRUTH.”

BOOK, Harmonious Health 4 Life


“We need to forgive those who did not provide the unconditional love that we deserved as a child. They gave what they had to give, what they themselves received.

Now, it is our choice to break this unhealthy cycle of neglect and abuse. We provide ourselves with unconditional self compassion and love, through forgiveness, through self care, and healing.

We break the cycle and offer all that we were lacking to ourselves and to our loved ones.

Forgiveness and compassion is the antidote to anger and frustration which may show up as anxiety and depression. Dig deep at your own pace for that innate power of courage. Allow Spirit to guide your steps. Here is where we promote wellness through spiritual solutions and self care.

Courage takes awareness, willingness, action and practice, connection to the Universe, whatever that looks like for you, and an open mind and heart.“

Love, Wendy