Living Healed – Day 10 Mobile

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Visit Scott & Marla’s Website Here!The Tree of Life Movement



[op_liveeditor_element data-style=””][text_block style=”undefined” align=”left”]Scott & Marla Berger have been designers of fine jewelry for decades and founded the Tree of Life (TOL) Movement in 2012. Marla and Scott were invited to Windsor Castle as part of a multi-country contingent of visionary thinkers, charged by the Royal Family, who brainstormed ideas on how to shift consciousness and make a change in the world. After returning, the Berger’s were made International Leadership Fellows of St. George’s House and Windsor Castle. Through their family business, Addison Taylor Fine Jewelry, they discovered a way to combine passion for jewelry with devotion to spirituality and humanity. This movement aims to create a global spiritual awakening to connect all souls as one. From the TOL Movement, they were able to create the Intention Stick, which includes 22 intentions to be placed inside of the stick. When one wears this tool close to their heart, it serves as a reminder of what they want to manifest in life. For every Tree of Life Intention Stick sold, a tree is planted and a percentage is donated to charities around the world. Employing Gompers Arizona, adults with Down Syndrome, Cerebral Palsy, and Autism, ensures that each package is sealed with love.[/text_block][/op_liveeditor_element]


Visit Carrie’s Website Here!Nonprofit Leader



[op_liveeditor_element data-style=””][text_block style=”undefined” align=”left”]Carrie is a nonprofit management professional and writer based in Phoenix, Arizona. Raised in Michigan, she led a United Way in Upstate New York before landing in Arizona and becoming enchanted with the endless beauty of the desert landscape. An award-winning author, she is always adding to the existing written knowledge on topics such as legacy giving, philanthropy, and nonprofit governance. A tireless advocate for promotion of self-care for those on the front lines in our non-profits, she enjoys presenting on the brain basics of compassion fatigue.

Carrie is the executive director of the Brain Injury Alliance of Arizona and a board member for the nonprofits because I said I would and the United States Brain Injury Alliance. Some of her favorite things that bring her great joy are her three rescue Chihuahuas, cacti, champagne, and oxford commas- in that order.[/text_block][/op_liveeditor_element]


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