Wendy Mickle

 

Wendy lives in Maine with her husband, Patrick and her two inspiring children, Nia & Jayden.

Wendy is a graduate of Metaphysical Sciences. Her focus is in healing the inner child, building self-love, creating self-confidence and empowering the self as a whole. She has worked with physically and mentally disabled individuals for over 20 yeawendy-micklers.

Wendy is an author, artist and a self help guide for spiritual healing. She produces self-help audio’s and healing meditations. Her inspiration words come from deep meditative states and channeling with her guides.

Wendy’s goals are to generate change in the mind and hearts of all those that are seeking a higher awareness. She believes that by building more awareness brings forth love, acceptance and appreciation for others.

To get a taste for Wendy’s inspirational words sign up for her FREE Guided Meditations and allow the subconscious healing begin.

Wendy’s an inspirational, self motivated, dynamic and creative person these qualities expand into every dimension of her life. She is an extremist is emotional and mental healing believing that a persons mind has the ability to attract, empower and create anything one desires.

She share’s her life experiences as examples of  the power within the mind.

Being raise in an unstable and explosive environment Wendy’s life has given her the opportunity to grow, transform, and ascend her emotional wounding.

Wendy now lives a life filled with joy and peace. She is an advocate of sustainable living, yoga, attachment parenting, and earth sculpting.

Wendy and her husband Patrick have spent the last 6 years building a 2000 square foot cob house. Cob is an earthen cement made of sand, clay, dirt, straw and water. The technique of building with cob has been around for thousands of years. The walls are 16 inch thick allowing the house to stay warm in the winter and cool in the summer.
 

  One Response to “Wendy Mickle”

  1. I’m still learning from you, but I’m trying to reach my goals. I absolutely love reading everything that is posted on your site.Keep the tips coming. I enjoyed it!

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