Lorie L. Solay
“I’m devoted to helping people harness the power of their mind, body and spirit to unlock their magnificent, unlimited potential”
Today, I feel a deep reverence and joy for life. I feel so fortunate and grateful for my health, my family, my friends and my purpose. Life feels magical, but it wasn’t always that way. My family and I went through a very dark, scary time.
A few years back, my husband was suffering from a health crisis. Our marriage was crumbling. We had two young boys to raise. We were on the brink of financial ruin. I ended up in the ER twice, because I thought I was having a heart attack. The stress was eating me alive. I felt like I was on a freight train out of control. I had to confront that blisteringly painful reality, because I knew something had to change.
I knew a bright future was out there, even if the path wasn’t clear or smooth. I decided that I could create from a place of wholeness and safety. Slowly, I learned how to meet my own needs. I learned how to prioritize what mattered most. My family and I were able to hold it together, sometimes by frayed threads. It took so much courage, strength, determination and love. Together, we began to heal. Through the eyes of love, I started to see beauty in all things again.
Now, I stand in a very powerful, authentic place. More importantly, we (my family) stand in a very powerful, loving place. I wouldn’t change the past. It’s made me who I am, and us who we are.
In psychology, there’s a term called “Post Traumatic Growth.” For me, I’m now much stronger and wiser from my experiences and I get to help others who are stuck find their inner strength and wisdom. I’m so honored to be of service. I’m meant to helping people heal and transform their lives.
I’m so honored to have been taught by many world-renowned teachers in their field.
Fun with Video!
I was manifesting some pretty fun stuff when I was skating and having fun in Golden Gate Park. I was chosen out of 75 finalists to chase down an ice cream truck through the streets of San Francisco. Wow…was that incredible!
Here I wrote my theme song, “Long Live Imagination!”
I wrote this song to help me process feelings from a very difficult childhood.
“Alberta Einstein” promotes me at a networking breakfast