Mary Robinson Reynolds, M.S. Meet Mary Speaking
For more than three decades, Mary Robinson Reynolds has been focused solely on the energy transformation of people's minds and hearts. She has helped major corporations, organizations, schools and people from all walks of life reshape their vision of what's possible.
Having personally transformed some very intense life opportunities of her own in following her life's dreams, she has a heart-connecting message about how to find the "possible" in im-Possible by intentionally utilizing one's inherent powers - mental, physical and spiritual - joined with others in the spirit of harmony.
She has written the Big Shoes Dream'n Movie and eGreeting Cards to provide a little levity in the pursuit of following one's dreams. Mary found Bobbie Osborne when she was creating the Teddy Stallard Story. You will notice that Miss Thompson is actually a series of photographs Bobbie took of herself!
Bobbie Osborne, Photographer
Growing up, Bobbie was surrounded by creativity, her mother immensely artistic and her father an accomplished photography hobbiest. She knew from an early age that she, too, wanted to someday pursue a career in the arts. Her path to photography was a long road that one day burst with creative energy and propelled her from a business career to stock photography. What started out as a hobby after borrowing her husband's camera has blossomed into an international career. Work and fun have become synonymous in her now chosen profession.
Born and raised in California, she transplanted to Illinois in 1998 when her best friend and husband retired from the Navy. She's dabbled in various mediums of art throughout her life, while leaning towards graphic and visual art. Her history in social work has lead her to appreciate the many dynamics of people. She believes her fellow man makes the best subject and tells the best story photographically. Her profession has allowed her to work with models from over the United States, developing her skills as a photographer while at the same time pursuing her own vision.
Bobbie's photography has appeared in various media including advertising, cards, periodicals, books, movies, posters, screen savers, calendars and web sites. Her photography can also be found in Heart Productions & Publishing's Power of Acknowledgment Movie and her self portraits in the Teddy Stallard Movie.
Currently, she lives and works in the Heartland with her husband, daughters, a big dog in a small dog body, and a semi-aquatic turtle.
Enjoy Big Shoes & Granny Wack Prints from Bobby Osborne
Dana Cunningham, Pianist
Dana composed her rendition of Silent Night in the beautiful country church illustrated in the painting, used for the cover of her CD, of her home setting in the White Mountains of New Hampshire.
From the inside cover of her Silent Night CD she writes: These are the carols I have loved to sing through the years. Melodies - heard perhaps a thousand times - that are still somehow fresh and new. I offer them as an invitation, as an ancient door to the deep, universal place of Love and Peace that is Christmas. May we truly abide in this place in ways that heal the world. I give thanks for those who expressed their love in so many ways and who now shine from within this music.
Her favorite quote:
Within every human being are doors that lead into the inner sanctuary ... these are ancient doors like the doors of the temple, and what we are encouraged to do ... is to be "door keepers." We open the ancient doors not just for ourselves but for one another and the world. - J. Phillip Newell
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Faith Rivera, Musical Artist
Songs are a fun & accessible way to instantaneously plant a new thought, open your heart, inspire others to a grander way of being. My greatest joy is for you to use my songs as I have used them for myself and as other singers, dreamers, motivational speakers and empowering organizations have done as well. Enjoy sharing the music and positive vibes! --Faith Rivera
Faith's a Kauai-born singer, songwriter, artist, producer and a 2003 Emmy award winner for Outstanding Original Song featured on NBC's "Passions." Her uplifting music can be heard on tv & film with her five artist releases and as a session singer working with such artists as Sheila E., Luther Vandross, Neil Young's Grammy-nominated "Living with War" album, and most recently on World Peace One's theme song "Give Your Love" with singers Al Jarreau, Brian Mcknight, Christina Applegate & more.
As a positive music artist based in Long Beach, CA, Faith has been featured around the world from the Honolulu Symphony in Hawaii with Grammy-winner Daniel Ho, work with best-selling authors like Marianne Williamson, Neale Donald Walsch, & Michael Beckwith, and guest performances from Japan to Canada, Costa Rica to Maui and coast to coast on the mainland US.
In between gigs & recordings, Faith volunteers as the Entertainment Coordinator for the annual Women's Festival in Long Beach, the Los Angeles Chapter Coordinator for worldwide songwriting organization Just Plain Folks, and as the Music & Performing Arts Ambassador for Humanity's Team (worldwide organization promoting unity & oneness). This island girl's sense of aloha & community service has been recognized by Artists for a Better World for her Outstanding Contribution as an Artist as well as by the City & County of LA, California State Senate & Assembly.
From life coaches to churches, women's groups to retailers, moms, kids to tv shows like "ER" & "7th Heaven," they're ALL using Faith's empowering music! See, hear & feel what Faith's music can do for you!
My collaborators and I write music to share, to be heard, and to touch as many people as we can. We encourage you to use our music in your daily lives... dance to it, dream to it, and share it with others. --Faith
Her inspiring catalogue of songs has garnered Faith many accolades from 2006 New Age Album of the Year for "Suncatcher" out of 25,000+ albums at the Just Plain Folks Music Awards to 2006 Most Uniting Song for "Colors of Praise" at the New Thought Songwriter's Tribute to 2005 Best Music Video for "Wonder" at the San Fernando Valley's International Film Festival.
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If Tony Robbins were a girl, could sing like Mariah, groove like Madonna,
and inspire like Oprah, you'd get...FAITH RIVERA