Randi-Mae Stanford-Leibold

Ontario, Canada Canada

Hello, My name is Randi-Mae. I support people, communities, and organizations on their wellness and mindfulness journey. I’m an author, teacher, speaker and musician. Simply a being on a journey doing my best to be driven by the call from within, while letting love and compassion lead the way.

Personal or Professional Goals:
To live a life in alignment as Gary Zukav states in his book Seat of the Soul, “when the personality comes fully to serve the energy of its soul…” Allowing my personal and professional endeavors to be rooted in love. My goal is to help spread love, compassion, and mindfulness around the world.

What’s Your Offering to the World?
My offering to the world is being a mindfulness and compassion teacher. Living my life in full expression of who I am. We all have something to offer the world. I am grateful to be able to deliver my offerings through music, teaching, writing, and counseling.

Who/What Inspires You?
Maya Angelou forever inspires me. Her spirit still lives on through her work. My son inspires me every day to show up, try and believe. So many people inspire me I would have a long list. But it’s when you witness the light in someone shine through and it moves you even when they aren’t aware of it. Life, nature, the universe, light, and love inspire me every day. The beautiful dance that occurs between these things creates a space of undeniable beauty that I am forever grateful for.

To support people around the world on their journey to inner peace, self-love, and mindful and compassionate living. My mission is human upliftment.

Favorite Quote:
I have a few quotes that stay close to my heart.
“I come as one, but I stand as ten thousand.” Maya Angelou
“…when the personality comes fully to serve the energy of the soul, that is authentic empowerment…” Gary Zukav
“Joy lives abundantly within you, it is the mind that tries to convince you otherwise.” Dr. Kofi Gharty

I am a mom of a beautiful young person. I am a teacher and a student at all times. When I was a little girl my dad taught me that unconditional love was a spiritual power, like a superpower. I wrote a book called “Reflections In My 20’s Searching For Meaning.”


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