An illustrated guide to a variety of ancient and holistic techniques that have been translated and simplified in order to show you how to easily rejuvenate your daily rituals, ground and reconnect with all five of your senses, and ultimately improve your overall well-being.
In a hectic world filled with trendy products and expensive retreats designed to reduce stress and anxiety, it’s easy to get lost and overwhelmed just trying to find ways to be well. Ironically, the key to sustained wellness has always been within reach with ancient tried and true practices.
In Living Full Circle, innovative product and well-being services expert Dondeena Bradley translates time-tested and proven healing remedies into practical ways for taking care of ourselves. Guiding you through the vast landscape of health and wellness, Bradley focuses on ancient remedies and practices—such as breath work, color visualization therapy, and navigating energetic fields—and applies them to today’s modern world. These classic and simple techniques will ultimately enable you to rejuvenate your daily rituals, ground and reconnect with all five of your senses, and improve your overall well-being.
For anyone searching for ways to take back your health using natural, holistic methods, look no further than Living Full Circle—a modern guide to self-care rooted in ancient wisdom that is, now, more beneficial than ever.
Dondeena Bradley is a seasoned global leader driven by a conviction to create a brighter more hopeful future. She is a strategist, a well-being expert, and an innovator trained in developing new products, services, and processes across a broad spectrum of industries, innovation requirements, and overall business demands. With competence and care, she has spent thousands of hours leading global teams to generate new business value in diverse cultures such as M&M/MARS, Campbell Soup, McNeil/Johnson & Johnson, PepsiCo, and Weight Watchers. She is a master at future-focused portfolio innovation with a solid track record of uncovering new business opportunities that considers external forces, macro trends, and unmet consumer needs. She is a role model for building effective relationships with cross-functional leaders to achieve superior results. Her formal education includes a Doctor of Philosophy in Food Science from The Ohio State University and a Master of Science in Nutrition from Purdue University. She is a curious explorer, believes in a broader view of health, is an avid reader, and loves spending time in the great outdoors.