Friday, October 3, 2014


BRING "walk talk dance sing" to your event or festival. All groups, large or small, will love this! Customized to meet your event themes and requirements.  You can BOOK NOW for an enriching, enlightening, and entertaining event. (Booking now for November 2014-Spring 2015.)  

"In an  office of 20 or 30 people, when 5 or 6 people are dealing with this same issue, we have a bigger problem on our hands. This is affecting everybody." - Monica, "walk talk dance sing"
Long story short, when I was first diagnosed, I was put on Synthroid and, being a "pill virgin" and new to this "little blue pill world," I had no idea what was going on, and no idea that I was bumping and spinning about like a drugged-up freaky zombie. Prior to being drugged, I was dealing with classic symptoms of Hashimoto's, however I was still functioning and doing a thorough job at work. I just needed to learn how to address what was happening to my body-- properly.
As a direct result of being drugged up, spacey and oblivious, I lost my job. I had never been FIRED before. So now, besides dealing with my health issue, I had to deal with the demoralizing and confusing blow to my self-esteem and self-worth, and no job. The added emotional stress exacerbated my health crisis greatly.
This should never have happened.  I was not incompetent, far from it. My doctor was. My employer did not grasp this, and neither did I at the time.
My story is not uncommon.
Please talk to your HR department to book a screening and discussion. This is a human resources issue if ever there was one. Providing this informative film forum will move EVERYONE forward in a positive, empowered way. People will not view this film together, with its imagery, music and messages,  and "remain the same" afterwards. The awareness, understanding and compassion each person takes from this is transformative and lasting, and will directly impact the energy, wellness, morale and productivity of the workplace.
“Love and compassion are necessities, not luxuries. Without them, humanity cannot survive.”
― Dalai Lama XIV
Note: "walk talk dance sing" is copyrighted material. If you would like to screen independently, please be in touch for express written consent. Thank you.
Bea True

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