Realize The Vision
As promised during the vision board workshop back in January, I said I would have a follow up event in December to see how much the ladies were able to accomplish as a result of creating their own vision board. On December 3rd at the Salsa Salsa Dance Studio in Brooklyn, NY the ladies reconvened to tell the stories of accomplishment and to celebrate all they manifested in 2016.
The highlight of the night was when guest speaker Eva Santiago shared her own story and how she was able to manifest her heart's deepest desire, her beautiful baby girl who was born this year and is now 3 months old.
The event was an extremely humbling experience for me as there were many new faces in attendance in addition to the women who had attended my event at the beginning of the year. Women, who I'd never met or ever had a connection with, somehow found me and decided to spend the evening with me. The event was in Brooklyn and these women trekked it from Long Island, Uptown Manhattan, the Bronx, even East Windsor, NJ. How incredible is it that women would deem me worthy enough to go out of there way and come listen to me. I almost had to pinch myself to believe how truly wonderful it feels to be living my purpose every single day and inspiring others to do the same.
I am so grateful for the people the Universe continues to put on my path that continuously allows me to realize the vision I have for my own life . Each one is responsible for my growth professionally and personally. It just reaffirms for me that when you put in the work and stay true to yourself and your message the Universe has a way of making your wildest dreams a reality.
A huge thank you to Marcus Isaac and my cousin Jose Rivera for selflessly offering their space at Salsa Salsa Dance Studio so that I could host this event. They are two of the kindest people you could ever be acquainted with. Thank you to my amazing guest speaker Eva Santiago for bravely sharing her inspiring story. Thank you to Yesenia Gonzalez and Luxe Urban Life for donating their #Brooklyn tees for our raffle as well as Alexis Joanna Jewelry (find her on IG) who donated some really beautiful journals and a necklace that was won by Priscilla Hernandez. Lastly, but most importantly thank you to every woman who attended at trusts me enough to guide them on their journey of self-discovery. importantly thank you to every woman who attended at trusts me enough to guide them on their journey of self-dis to every woman who attended at trusts me enough to guide them on their journey of self-discovery.