Sacred Healing Summit dialogues with society about the ‘elephant’ in the room together with World Class leaders in spirituality, psychology, business, governance, medicine, and education. The goal is to help people speak about emotions in a constructive, healthy, and safe way in a mindful online community. Our motto is, ‘It’s okay to be not okay’.
Uplift humanity together?
We are fundraising $550,000 US to create impactful media to scale world wide in 2021+ We're creating a system for community building and spread the message 'It's okay to be not okay'. We welcome donation amount between $1 - 550,000 US.
Life Of Emerald (LOE) is an impact driven company that is creating a system for increased health in the mind, body, and soul.
We believe mental wellness is our birthright and message of hope that mental health can be restored with appropriate strategies.
Our goal is to raise $550,000 capital by May 2021 and provide world class media starting in May 2021.
There are a lot of sad things happening in the world today. Main example is people feeling grief due to Covid-19.
Many of these things have become elephants in the room, such as mental health problems. Today, we are afraid to talk about it.
With the chaos of the current pandemic, there has been major disruptions in various sectors, soaring high unemployment rates across the world. On a personal level, we’ve noticed the increased stress level in mothers, fathers, children, elders, and basically the majority of us are impacted today.
Mental stress and well-being is one of the most important factors for us to manage change and redirect humanity toward hope, a new normal. According to SDG, sustainable development goal by the UN, goal #3 is to ensure healthy lives and promote well-being for all at all ages. By 2030, one goal is to reduce mental stress and promote mental health and well-being.
2020 is a historical year we’ll remember for many years to come. Now, let’s take a step back and imagine how far we’ve come since the industrial revolution in 1760. Began in Britain, the 260 years has allowed us to rapidly expand, grow, and connect through technology advancements, thus increasing material wealth. During this era, one thing we’ve learned to do is to bottle up our emotions. Well, humans are not designed to work like this. We are emotional beings creating logic based on our emotions, scientifically speaking.
When we bottle up our emotions, the emotions manifest as ‘evil’ actions. It’s human nature. Socially and historically we’ve learned that stuffing our emotions is a good thing to do. British call it ‘The stiff upper lips’ You may have heard this phrase, ‘Suck it up’. In other words, to put up with something without complaining.
Generally when people are unhappy, they are mean to each other. Rather than punishing this behavior, we need psychological innovation. Our current system is set up to ignore feelings. One prime example is when a child cries, we tell them, ‘Stop crying.’ Or say ‘Boys don’t cry’. Adding fuel to the fire, we add shame to people experiencing ‘mental instablility’ when after all we’ve co-created this challenging environment for ourselves.
Today we see it’s dire consequences, manifesting as depression, anxiety, social isolation, corporate office politics, school bullying, and the list goes on. This dysfunctional coping mechanism called ‘mental illness’ is a byproduct of how we shape our children to behave. This is a conditioned problem, a global one.
According to World Health Organization,
The COVID-19 pandemic has disrupted or halted critical mental health services in 93% of countries worldwide while the demand for mental health is increasing, according to a new WHO survey. The survey of 130 countries provides the first global data showing the devastating impact of COVID-19 on access to mental health services and underscores the urgent need for increased funding.
Gerry Bodeker PhD professor of Oxford and Columbia Universities on Global Wellness Summit says, ‘It’s time for the wellness industry to stick a flag in the ground and say, we care about this mental wellness crisis’
Kate Lee is the founder of LOE, a conscious community-media scaling global impact advocacy to shed the stigma surrounding mental health. The Sacred Healing Summit, a platform bringing together world-class leaders in spirituality, transpersonal psychology, business, medicine, and governance. Her educational background includes psychology, international education, business, urban planning, philosophy, and spirituality. She loves studying, walking in nature, playing with dogs, and teaching while traveling the world. A humanitarian at heart, she aims to guide people by living an exemplary life based on the principles of love, authenticity, truth, and spiritual practices. She has 15 years of teaching experience including educating engineer college graduates sponsored by the South Korean government. She is an alumnus of the Stanford Graduate School of Business Corporate Innovation program and currently enrolled in InnerMBA with New York University sponsored by the Soundstrue organization.
The 30 Day Happiness program is designed to help you build inner peace easily in 30 days.
With PhD experts in psychology and science with vast experience from the industry, this program supports people with mental health problems during the Covid-19 lockdown. It’s geared towards building quick wins supported by behavioural science. It’s an easy, fun, and practical program.
Your support can continue to allow us to interview and host industry experts advocating for mental health such as Dr. Fred Luskin, the international author of ‘Forgive for Good’. We plan to curate the 30 Day Happiness program to premium class for an affordable cost. We can build a healthy online community where you no longer feel lonely, but feel solidarity in times of great change.
Can you help make this dream come true for us all humanity? Amount between $1-550,000 of your contribution is greatly appreciated.
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Dr. Fred Luskin, Ph.D., is the director of the Stanford University Forgiveness Projects, a senior consultant in health promotion at Stanford University, and a professor at the Institute for Transpersonal Psychology, as well as an affiliate faculty member of the Greater Good Science Center. He is the author of Forgive for Good: A Proven Prescription for Health and Happiness (HarperSanFrancisco, 2001) and Stress Free for Good: Ten Proven Life Skills for Health and Happiness (HarperSanFrancisco, 2005), with Kenneth Pelletier, Ph.D. Dr. Fred has completed extensive research on the training and measurement of forgiveness therapy. His research demonstrates that learning forgiveness leads to increased physical vitality, hope, greater self–efficacy, enhanced optimism, and conflict resolution skills. It also shows that forgiveness lessens the physical and emotional toll of stress, and decreases hurt, anger depression, and blood pressure.
For more on Dr. Fred, visit Greatergood.berkeley.edu/profile/fred_luskin
Dr. Narjes Gorjizadeh is a PhD research scientist, international author, certified meditation and mindfulness coach, and global speaker. She received her PhD degree in materials science from Tohoku University in Japan. As a research scientist, she spent nearly two decades exploring the science of materials. At a crossroads in her personal and professional life, she encountered meditation and the science of the mind and has spent the past ten years studying both to create a unique model for achieving a happy and fulfilling life. Bridging the gap between ancient wisdom and modern science, her innovative strategies and unique teaching style promote peace and positivity in mind and clarity, focus, and greater success in life. Dr. Narjes is the creator of the GROW program. She has been featured in several international magazines on wellness and personal growth around the world. She conducts classes and workshops on how to reduce stress, increase happiness, increase productivity and improve well-being. Her book is under publication now and will be released in 2021. Dr. Narjes offers private coaching for individuals and companies. Her mission is to empower every person with the wisdom and techniques to create their best life.
For more on Dr. Narjes, visit her website DrNarjes.com
Currently, Edward Anthony is employed as a Performance Improvement “Trusted” Advisor at Stanford Children’s Health (SCH) – Center for Pediatric and Maternal Value. Annually, he has presented at Stanford Symposiums for nursing, quality management, and improvement sciences. Edward received a BS in Business Management, a Masters degree in International Business Administration & Masters in Montessori Primary and Secondary Education. He is Certified as an Advanced Hatha Yoga Instructor (Archaya). Currently, as a follower of The Way with Dr. and Master Zhi Gang Sha, he has received certifications as a Master Tao Calligraphy practitioner; Tao Song / Tao Dance Master practitioner; Divine Healing Hands and Tao Hands; and is Guan Yin Lineage Holder, the Compassion Bodhisattva. In the Taoist realm, Edward received certifications as an Advanced Medical Qigong Therapist and was granted the Instructor level for the ‘Art of Neigong and Yi Quan Neigong’ styles. Over the past 25 years, Edward’s meditation practices include Tibetan Buddhist, Taoist, Vipassana, Raja, and Transcendental Meditation. Daily he practices Tai Ji, Qigong, as well as Yoga Asanas and Meditation as a means to cultivate an open heart for service.
For more on Edward, visit his website Quantumshiftdynamics.com
Kate is the founder of Life Of Emerald, a conscious media scaling global impact advocacy to shed the stigma surrounding mental health. The Sacred Healing Summit, a platform bringing together world-class leaders in psychology, business, medicine, governance, and spirituality. Her educational background includes psychology, international education, business, urban planning, philosophy, astrology, and spirituality. She loves studying, walking in nature, playing with dogs, and teaching while traveling the world. A humanitarian at heart, she aims to guide people by living an exemplary life based on the principles of love, authenticity, truth, and spiritual practices. Kate has 15 years of teaching experience including educating STEM college graduates sponsored by the South Korean government. She is an alumnus of the Stanford Graduate School of Business Corporate Innovation program and currently enrolled in InnerMBA with New York University sponsored by the Soundstrue organization.