Invisible Courage with Filomena Tripp

11-01-17  Invisible Courage with Filomena Tripp

Filomena Tripp had a dream, ad dream she held in her heart for a very long time. That dream was to write a book that told the story of her life in a way that would inspire people to live the life they were created to live. There were hundreds of situations along her journey that suggested she should give up. Giving up was not an option for Filomena. Her book, Invisible Courage, was not written to simply fulfill a dream. It was written to fulfill a mission. She recalls hearing the stories of how she would not live beyond her toddler years. Words of doubt, ridicule and rejection echo in her mind. All along the way, Mrs Tripp heard the voice of the One who created her. That voice deep within her heart has always been her guiding light. While many people along the way discounted the value of her live, many people offered her their assistance. Throughout life she learned a great deal about pain. That pain showed her the way to love. Throughout life she learned of sorrow. That gave way to joy.  Throughout life Filomena was shown defeat. Those lessons gave rise to success. If you enjoy a story that lifts the spirit, Invisible Courage is for you. If you have faced any challenge whatsoever, this book is for you. If your heart longs for a powerful transformational story, you will find it between the pages of Invisible Courage.

Bio: Filomena Tripp was born in October 8, 1955 in Sao Miguel, Azores, She lives in New Bedford, Massachusetts with her husband, James. She  is an Independent Living Specialist at Southeast Center for Independent Living in Fall River, Massachusetts.

She has spoken at numbers conferences and rallies, including Sao Miguel, Azores where she spoke before a large gathering of disabled children and their families. She works tirelessly for people with disabilities, encouraging many to live life to their fullest potential.

Filomena received awards from The Massachusetts Rehabilitation Commision and Southeast Center for Independent Living.

Filomena Tripp can be contacted at filatprayer@comcast.net
Please learn more at filomenatripp.blogspot.com

Knocking your Dream out of the Park! with Brian Fox

10-04-17 Knocking your dream out of the park!

Brian Fox is a nationally-renowned artist specializing in painting athletes & celebrities. His forte and passion centers on sports and music but his ability and experience extend far beyond that scope. Brian has painted some of the biggest icons of our time, including the late Jackie Robinson, Keith Richards, Derek Jeter, Jim Morrison, Mark Wahlberg, Gene Simmons, Johnny Depp, Muhammad Ali, and Mixed Martial Arts Champion Georges St-Pierre, to name just a few.

Over the course of Brian’s 20-year career, Brian has forged numerous relationships with athletes and organizations such as Curt Schilling, Josh Beckett, Ryan Howard, the Major League Baseball Players Association, the National Hockey League, Rachel Robinson and many more in order to raise substantial money for their favorite charitable organizations, including the ALS Association, Major League Baseball Players Trust, Josh Beckett Foundation, Ryan Howard Family Foundation, Providence College, Hockey Fights Cancer and the Jackie Robinson Foundation.

Brian has been selected as the official commemorative artist for Major League Baseballs 2007, 2008 and 2009 All Star Games, as well as the official artist for the 2007 World Series, held in Boston. In 2009, he was hired to produce Original Artist Sketch Cards for TOPPS popular Series 1 Baseball Cards. Brian completed the sketches of forty (40) current and retired legendary baseball players, including Babe Ruth, Mickey Mantle, Jonathan Papelbon, Josh Hamilton, and Ichiro Suzuki. Also in 2009 & 2010, Brian was commissioned by the NHL to produce original artwork for the 2010 & 2011 Bridgestone NHL Winter Classic on January 1 where Brian’s artwork was featured on the cover of the limited edition game day program.

A highlight in Brian’s career, in anticipation for the 2010 Olympics, and 30th Anniversary of the “Miracle on Ice”, Brian collaborated with Olympic hero Jim Craig to create a collection of original artwork commemorating the 30 year anniversary of Miracle on Ice. The first release, a portrait of Craig draped in the American flag. Brian was also commissioned by a private collector to produce a one-of-a-kind collectors portrait commemorating the 30-year anniversary of Miracle on Ice. The portrait was signed by all members of the 1980 U.S. Hockey Team, including Craig.

Brians impeccable draftsmanship, attention to detail and uncanny ability to capture the look of his subjects keep his masters of art in high demand. Brian is prominently featured in numerous celebrity events and high-profile charity benefits, always promoting his altruism and passion for expressive, visual art. Brian Foxs artwork exhibits and sells throughout the United States. http://www.brianfoxstudios.com/

Dealing with Onset Alzheimer’s and Turning Grief into Action with Rose Grant

09-06-17  Dealing with Onset Alzheimer’s and Turning Grief into Action with Rose Grant

About the Author Rose Grant earned a BS and MS in Biology from the University of Massachusetts.  She also holds certificates in Teacher Mentoring from the University of Massachusetts and in Health Care Ethics from the National Catholic Bioethics Center.

In retirement, Rose spends her time gardening, quilting, traveling and as a volunteer with the Alzheimer Association, Cure Alzheimer’s Fund and the Trustees of Reservations.  She was a contributing author to Chicken Soup for the Soul-Living with Alzheimer’s & other Dementias.

Residing in southeastern Massachusetts, she now shares her home with her two cats, Will and Grace.

IT DIDN’T START WITH YOU ~Break the Cycle of Inherited Trauma

08-02-17  IT DIDN’T START WITH YOU ~Break the Cycle of Inherited Trauma Through Family Constellations with Mark Wolynn at Omega Institute August 18, 2017 – August 20, 2017

The latest research in epigenetics tells us we can inherit the biological residues from traumatic events in our family history. Unexplained depression, anxiety, illness, unhappy relationships, and financial challenges can all be forms of this unconscious inheritance. Unresolved trauma and suffering can affect our family for generations, forging a blueprint for our life, which we pass on to our children. But it doesn’t have to continue. Mark Wolynn, one of North America’s foremost Family Constellations facilitators, teaches that, although these patterns may not have started with you, they can end with you.

In this workshop you learn an effective way to break the destructive patterns of inherited family trauma. Through lectures, discussions, and interactive group work, you get to the core of personal and relationship issues, and begin resolving problems that had seemed insurmountable.

This workshop is suitable for mental health professionals and anyone interested in personal healing.

Mark Wolynn, author of It Didn’t Start With You, is a leading expert on inherited family trauma. As director of the Family Constellation Institute in San Francisco, he has trained thousands of clinicians and treated thousands more patients struggling with depression, anxiety, panic disorder, obsessive thoughts, self-injury, chronic pain, and illness. markwolynn.com

Register to attend at Omega, reserve your seat here: https://eomega.org/
Mention the code Dream and receive 10% off Mark Wolynn’s workshop