About Leigh

Leigh holds a B Sc in Psychology and is a board certified holistic health coach & professional writer.  Here she writes articles about human behavior, psychospirituality, personal growth & holistic living. Leigh’s work serves to bridge the gap between complimentary and conventional beliefs. This blog is an inspired resource encouraging one to come up for air, out of their routines of everyday life, and reconnect with the higher ideals which energize and guide them in everything else they do. Leigh’s articles are often inspired by the information and insight she receives while in the trenches of transformation & personal growth. Working with one-on-one clients and groups in person, over the phone, or by Skype–and writing for magazines, blogs, and heart based eco friendly businesses–allows Leigh to bring forth her unique perspectives, professional knowledge, intuitive counseling skills, holistic expertise, and practical Mind-Body-Spirit guidance. Doing this work is the cherry on top of Leigh’s messy but delicious consciousness-sundae.  

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4 responses to “About Leigh

  1. Leigh Donovan – I came across your blog via one of those somewhat creepy LinkedIn messages. That being said, your write beautifully, even if some of the topics seem to be beyond the scope of my obtuse male brain. I hope Scot, Jake, you, and the animals are well. I and many others miss your baseball playing husband here in Savannah.

    Speaking of baseball… the game is quite metaphysical and spiritual in many regards – the timeless of the game because it has no clock, the deep rich history of the game so important to fabric of America, it follows the seasons, beginning each year with the fond expectancy of springtime and ending with the hard facts of autumn.

    Maybe you could incorporate baseball into one of your future blogs? Below is a quote from Theologian David Hart and then the great Walt Whitman.

    Regards, Bill

    “I know there are those who will accuse me of exaggeration when I say this, but, until baseball appeared, humans were a sad and benighted lot, lost in the labyrinth of matter, dimly and achingly aware of something incandescently beautiful and unattainable, something infinitely desirable shining up above in the empyrean of the ideas; but, throughout most of the history of the race, no culture was able to produce more than a shadowy sketch of whatever glorious mystery prompted those nameless longings.”
    David B. Hart

    “I see great things in baseball. It’s our game–the American game. It will take our people out-of-doors, fill them with oxygen, give them a larger physical stoicism. Tend to relieve us from being a nervous, dyspeptic set. Repair these losses, and be a blessing to us.” -Walt Whitman

  2. Dear Leigh
    I love your writing style, and the content is amazing!
    You have a rare inner wisdom that comes not from learning but from deep intuition.
    Thank you for sharing your wisdom!
    ☺️Katherine

    • Katherine
      (as I was saying in my earlier reply which in part vanished) comments such as yours are the fruits of my labor-of-love here at the personal transformation blog.

      It always feels incredible to know as a writer that people are somehow touched, entertained, enriched or elevated by my work. I hope you will check back in a bit–I am working on new content (finally) for May/June.
      Many Blessings to you! xx
      Leigh

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