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Natalie Sist Introduces Daniel Levin author of The Mosaic

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Starz Psychics Network

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Jan 16th 8-9pm EST join us LIVE when Natalie introduces Daniel Levin Life Coach and Author of "The Mosaic".

Daniel Levin walked away from an opportunity to run a business that was a household name in order to hitchhike around the world to find happiness and inner peace.

Levin has become to Connection, what Brene Brown is to vulnerability. Levin says, our connections touch every part of our lives and when we become disconnected, we suffer. Troubled by how divided our world has become, his practical, easy to apply, 4 step process to reconnect a divided world is the basis of every talk he gives. His vulnerability and authenticity make Levin’s message relatable and his refreshing humor opens audiences up to new perspectives. When we change the way we see the world, the world we see changes.

C O N N E C T I O N:
Thoughts inspired by my book, The Mosaic

It is the most sacred of moments;
something we all want but all too often can't find;
simple and yet elusive; ordinary yet mystical and magical;
that moment when two become one.

The alchemy of creation, happening every moment around us,
yet most of the time we don’t see it, feel it or experience it.
Too busy caught in the world of two, we fail to see the moments of one.

It is the result of love and the antithesis of fear
so common we take it for granted,
so obvious, we stop noticing it,
and yet, it doesn’t care if we notice it or not
it just continues to quietly heal a divided world.

can you even imagine a life without it? with no connection?
would it still intoxicate us and hypnotize us with its beauty?

The Mosaic is a magical story that reminds us
that hidden in the ordinary is the extraordinary.

Visit Daniel's Website here