Dancing with Divine Stars

Welcome to My Blog about my passion for holistic healing, fearing but being courageous and doing it anyway, and words of wisdom to help you become your best self.

  • Everyone is Uniquely Special

    September 24, 2019 by

    “Comparison is the death of joy, and the only person you need to be better than is the one you were yesterday.” – Rachel Hollis Subscribe below to get notified when I post new updates.

  • Seconds of Insane Courage

    February 13, 2020 by

    If you’re looking to receive impossible miraculous results, you need to get out of your comfort zone, have crazy faith and momentum, trust God, and go all out. You need to be brave and do something so bold and courageous that those 20 seconds will have a long-lasting impression. Whether it’s for a job interview… Read more

  • Happy Heart Month: Tips to Keep Your Heart Healthy

    February 11, 2020 by

    “When a disease is lifestyle-induced, the only thing that can reverse it is a dramatic change in diet and lifestyle. We’ve seen over and over again that it works.” – Brenda Davis, RD “There’s not an excess of blueberries in the American diet; there’s an excess of relatively inexpensive, highly processed junk foods in large… Read more

  • Chakras and Sound Healing Mantras

    February 6, 2020 by

    1. Crown chakra – AHH (Repeat 5x) 2. Third Eye chakra – OM (Repeat 5x) 3. Throat chakra – HAM (Repeat 5x) 4. Heart chakra – YAM (Repeat 5x) 5. Solar Plexus chakra – RAMM (Repeat 5x) 6. Sacral chakra – VAM (Repeat 5x) 7. Root chakra – LAM (Repeat 5x) *Utilize this as a… Read more

  • 30 Paths to Happiness

    February 4, 2020 by

    Acting Improv Adventure sports Authenticity Awe Birding Community singing Cooking/baking Creativity Curiosity Dancing Doing art Dreams Empathy Explanatory style Expressive/creative writing Flow Forgiveness Friendship Gardening Genealogy Gratitude Humor/laughter Kindness Knitting Learning a foreign language Life metaphors Mentoring Mindfulness Music Going on a retreat

  • 30 Days to Healthy Living Program

    February 3, 2020 by

    I’ve used the 30 Days to Healthy Living Program in addition to my already plant-based, cruelty-free lifestyle. After transitioning to a plant-based vegan diet, I did need more help with my weight loss, but that was because I discovered another way to improve my diet by eliminating other allergens like gluten/wheat and soy. These are… Read more

  • Teas for Stress Reduction

    January 30, 2020 by

    Drink your stress away with herbal teas, herbal teas provide calmness and aid in relaxation to positively reduce stress. Herbal teas can lower stress hormone levels to induce peaceful feelings and positive vibes. Instead of choosing alcohol to drink stress away, choose tea!

  • Reframing Your Thoughts

    January 28, 2020 by

    It truly is not what happened in your life that creates your story, it’s how you interpreted (or framed) your experiences. You Change Your Perspective By Changing Your Words You can choose to interpret events in a way that is DISEMPOWERING (makes you feel resentful or guilty) or you can interpret them in a way… Read more

  • The Chakra System

    January 23, 2020 by

    1. Crown Chakra (spirituality, enlightenment, interconnection) 2. Third Eye or Brow Chakra (awareness, intuition, imagination) 3. Throat Chakra (communication, self-expression, authenticity) 4. Heart Chakra (love, healing, and compassion) 5. Solar Plexus Chakra (power, purpose, and wisdom) 6. Sacral Chakra (creativity, emotional stability) 7. Root or Base Chakra (survival, security, grounding, family and community) *You can… Read more

  • The Original Ideals of Reiki Energy Healing

    January 21, 2020 by

    *Reiki is a Japanese stress reduction healing therapy known to help prevent and treat many diseases. Reiki is a form of healing touch that requires spiritual guidance and healing energy to be transferred from the practitioner to the client. Reiki also can be done at a distance because Reiki has no bounds to time, distance,… Read more

  • What You Sow Generously, You Shall Reap Generously

    January 16, 2020 by

    Your dedication, passion, and faithfulness is about to pay off in a major way! Have faith, stay in prayer, and watch God do what you cannot do. You’re stepping into a season of ideas, new opportunities, growth, abundance, and happiness because what you went through did not break you. All the hard work and sacrifice… Read more

  • A Goal-Digger’s Secret to Crushing Goals

    January 14, 2020 by

    There is only one secret to achieving your goals within a given time limit or time frame, it’s called massive momentum. Massive momentum creates a dire need and sense of urgency to accomplish your goals when given a short time limit or even a long time frame. If you want to achieve something quickly, you… Read more

  • Dignity and Love for Humanity

    January 7, 2020 by

    *Inspired by a personal development book I’m reading, Braving the Wilderness by Brene Brown. Maintaining dignity is a choice, you either own it or you don’t. Dignity is a form of respect and love/compassion for humanity no matter what situation unfolds. Respect people equally even when you disagree with them, their values and beliefs. When… Read more

  • 2020 is the Best Year to Begin Building Generational Wealth

    January 2, 2020 by

    You want to be a millionaire, you say? Okay go ahead and get it. Work for it because you deserve it. Becoming wealthy won’t happen overnight, it takes time. Keep working at it, and BOOM unexpectedly, success will take you down. Success follows where work is consistent. Keep putting in the work, do not give… Read more

  • The Desire to Belong is a Want, Not a Need

    December 31, 2019 by

    😊✨Inspired by a personal growth book I’m reading (Braving the Wilderness by Brene Brown) in my own words: Belonging is a want, not a need. You do not need to belong because you can stand on your own. Know and value your self-worth and uniqueness. You belong nowhere and not everywhere. You belong nowhere because… Read more

  • 10 Powerful Ways to Master Self-Discipline

    December 26, 2019 by

    1. Know your weaknesses. Acknowledge your shortcomings whatever they may be. 2. Remove Temptations: Out of sight, Out of mind. 3. Set clear goals and have an execution plan. Understand the magnitude of what success means to you, a clear plan outlines each step you must take in order to reach your goals. Create a… Read more

  • The Truth About Organic Food

    December 24, 2019 by

    *Inspired by Feeding You Lies How To Unravel The Food Industry’s Playbook and Reclaim Your Health (Vani Hari) USDA 100% Certified Organic foods outweigh the Non-GMO Project Verified labeled foods. Organic foods have greater nutritional value (nutrients, vitamins, minerals). Organic foods are banned from containing additives, pesticides, hormones, and genetically modified organisms. They are better… Read more

  • Plant a Seed of Faith

    December 19, 2019 by

    Faith can move a mountain. If you have faith as small as a mustard seed, mountains will move and nothing shall be impossible for you. Living by fear pushes us away from the dreams embedded in our heart. Don’t be pushed by the fears in your mind, be led by the dreams in your heart.… Read more

  • 10 Actionable Steps to Healthy Eating

    December 17, 2019 by

    1. Sniff out the truth (Scrutinize the source of the information, the source’s possible agenda, and the evidence provided in the message. Commercial pressures shape the form and content of research and news to exert massive influence. Determine whether all representative viewpoints for and against an issue are presented. Diversify your sources of news/information. Check… Read more

  • Meal/Snack Ideas for Always On-the-Go

    December 12, 2019 by

    1. Celery and organic peanut butter 2. Apples and almond butter 3. Frozen grapes 4. Plain dairy-free yogurt with berries 5. Smoothies filled with satiation: Choose a dairy-free milk, optional add-ins include – plant-based protein powder like Arbonne or Vega, almond butter, peanut butter, avocados, coconut oil, unsweetened cacao powder, berries, mangoes, bananas, leafy greens,… Read more

  • Growing your Network

    December 10, 2019 by

    Beginning and building new relationships is a great way to expand your network. Expanding your network gives you the opportunity to make lifelong connections with potential business referrals, customers, clients, and/or business partners. Here are 5 ways you can expand your network: 1. Go to where people want to learn and grow (Seminars, Leadership conferences,… Read more

  • Types of Holistic Medicinal Therapies

    December 5, 2019 by

    1. Art Therapy 2. Dance Therapy 3. Music Therapy 4. Expressive Creative Writing 5. Reiki 6. Medical Qigong 7. Massage Therapy 8. Herbal medicine 9. IV Therapy 10. Hydrotherapy 11. Therapeutic Touch 12. Aromatherapy 13. Diet Therapy 14. Physical Therapy 15. Vibrational Medicine 16. Sound Therapy 17. Acupressure 18. Acupuncture *Holistic Therapies fall under the… Read more

  • 5 Quick Tips to Heal the Gut During and After the Holidays

    December 3, 2019 by

    1. Herbal tea (Drink tea with herbs: lemongrass, milk thistle, dandelion root, burdock root, chamomile) 2. Juice Fasting (Choose 1 day out of the week to cleanse the gut with fresh vegetable juice) 3. Big green salads (Eat a big bowl of leafy greens with other plant foods such as an avocado, tofu or beans,… Read more

  • Ten Guidelines to Regulating Sensory Overstimulation

    November 28, 2019 by

    1. Breathe the stress out of your body 2. Drink water 3. Limit your sugar intake 4. Eat protein (more plant based protein, less animal protein) 5. Don’t let your blood sugar level drop 6. Eat lots of vegetables (All varieties/different colors) 7. Healthy fats are good for you 8. Limit your caffeine intake 9.… Read more

  • The Opportunity of Being Courageous

    November 26, 2019 by

    Changing your life “inertia” takes courage. Four forces that drive your life inertia: 1. Needs 2. Self-esteem 3. Ownership 4. Emotions Courage enables you to reject your old inertia to chart a new course of your life inertia, and then “boldly go where no one has gone before.” It is courage that enables you to… Read more

  • Boost Your Creativity

    November 21, 2019 by

    Brain dumping your thoughts into a journal helps to boost our creativity. Take at least 10-15 minutes daily devoted to creative writing. Starting a creative writing journal allows you to create content that you can use to turn into a future blog or website tailored to your interests. Brain dumping is an effective tool to… Read more

  • Personal Growth Activity is a MUST

    November 19, 2019 by

    Five Ways to Personally Grow: 1. Listen to motivational speakers through podcasts or YouTube videos 2. Read personal growth books (inspirational/motivational) 3. Join a support group: A group of people that want to grow and get better. Build your tribe. 4. Attend a leadership summit or personal development live event 5. Take at least 10-15… Read more

  • Food is Medicine

    November 14, 2019 by

    “All diseases begin in the gut.” – Hippocrates “Let food be thy medicine and medicine be thy food.” – Hippocrates Tips to Healing the Gut: 1. Herbal detoxification – herbal detox teas, veggie-rich detox soups, detox fruit/veggie infused waters, increase consumption of leafy greens (5 servings/day) 2. Increase consumption of glutathione-rich foods (Glutathione is our… Read more

  • Reducing Overstimulation, Emotional Regulation, and Calming Sensory Overloads

    November 12, 2019 by

    1. A whole foods allergen free diet to reduce the exposure to triggers and root causes of rapid neuronal changes. Sugar and artificial colors/flavors promote neuronal excitability and mood swings. High consumption of dairy, because it contains estrogen encourages the increased frequency of mood changes. Dairy also increases the frequency of neuronal alterations. 2. Meditation… Read more

  • Qualities of a Strong-Minded Individual

    November 7, 2019 by

    1. Courage: Stand firm and be brave, step out on faith, be fearful but do it anyways. 2. Commitment: Stay 100% committed, eventually you’ll get to your desired goal. Do not give up! 3. Purpose: When you have a purpose, you’ll do anything to get to that dream of yours. Be creative and flexible, there’s… Read more

  • Seasonal Produce

    November 5, 2019 by

    Purchasing fruits and vegetables in-season helps to reduce your grocery bill. When choosing produce it’s cheaper to go to local farmers markets. Check out a local farmers market near you. It’s important that we strive to eat at least 5-7 servings of fruits and vegetables each day. Make sure if you can, buy organic and… Read more

  • Who Wants to be a Millionaire?

    October 31, 2019 by

    If you want to be a millionaire, you must hustle, until you can get to flow. Dreams don’t come true, unless you work hard for them. Here are some suggestions in what you can do to be on the path to become a millionaire: 1. Become a Blogger or an Author: Share your life story… Read more

  • The Purest Self-Love

    October 29, 2019 by

    Discipline is a pure form of self-love. Discipline is putting aside the pleasures to make room for bigger rewards. Strong discipline changes the game. It’s something you can grow and get better at overtime. Similar to increasing your self-confidence, you can increase your discipline. Love yourself enough to make advanced changes. You want to get… Read more

  • Protecting Mental Health

    October 24, 2019 by

    1. Switch to a plant-based (cruelty-free), allergen-free diet. Free from the 8 most common food allergens. 2. Healing Art aka stress management therapies (Reiki, Aromatherapy, Medical Qigong, Art Therapy, Music Therapy, Dance Therapy, Creative Writing, etc.) 3. Daily physical activity (60 min. a day; Running, walking, hiking, sports, cardio kickboxing, Zumba, Pound, HIIT, Yoga, etc.)… Read more

  • Be Bold, Be Brave, Be You

    October 22, 2019 by

    Bold: to be brave, daring, courageous, intrepid, and valiant. “True courage is displayed when you’re afraid to do something but you go ahead and do it anyway. The truth is, we don’t ever have to fear because we can ask God for His help anytime we need it….We can be so afraid of being judged… Read more

  • 10 Things You Can Do Daily to Gradually Improve Your Life

    October 17, 2019 by

    1. Write down in a journal 10 things you are grateful for (helps train your brain to see the “good” in every day) 2. Do 10-15 minutes of mindfulness meditation (yoga, Qigong, listening to calming music, classical dance movements) 3. Engage in 60 minutes of physical activity (walking, running, cycling, swimming, weight lifting, cardio kickboxing… Read more

  • Personal Development Quotes I Find Helpful

    October 15, 2019 by

    “Personal development is a major time-saver. The better you become, the less time it takes you to achieve your goals.” — Brian Tracy “The only person you are destined to become is the person you decide to be.” — Ralph Waldo Emerson “There is nothing noble in being superior to your fellow man; true nobility… Read more

  • 11 High Calorie Whole Foods for Healthy Weight Gain

    October 10, 2019 by

    1. Nuts and nut butters (almonds, cashews, walnuts, pecans, etc.) 2. Avocados 3. Quinoa 4. Tahini 5. Olive oil 6. Dried fruit (prunes, dates, raisins, apricots, and cherries) 7. Legumes (lentils, beans, chickpeas) 8. Sweet potatoes 9. Smoothies (Add-ins: nut butters, seeds, dried or fresh fruits, avocados, almond milk, and coconut) 10. Brown rice 11.… Read more

  • Holistic Healing Therapies

    October 8, 2019 by

    I love holistic healing it’s a huge passion of mine, especially when I get to help others heal themselves and give them the tools and options to discover their own solutions. Natural healing is an alternative way to prevent, treat, and perhaps reverse disease without negative side effects. The only side effects with natural healing… Read more

  • Keep Doing the Work

    October 3, 2019 by

    Owning a business is challenging. You need to develop certain skill sets to fulfill success in business. If wanting to achieve a long-term goal like opening up a center perhaps, keep putting in the work. Success does not come easy, you need to dive in and do personal growth. Daily or weekly personal development instills… Read more

  • Be Yourself Always

    October 1, 2019 by

    Be yourself Be you genuinely Be you unapologetically Be you beautifully Be you courageously Be you firmly Be you incredibly Be you uniquely Be you, but embrace your flaws and imperfections Be you and show others you are worthy Be you and rise up to your potential Be you, show life you are a BOSS… Read more

  • How To Develop into a Successful Leader

    September 27, 2019 by

    1. Weekly or daily personal development (Reading personal growth books, listening to podcasts, attending conferences and summits, watching motivational and inspirational videos). 2. 4 hours of Key Investments (Knowledge, Health, Audience, and Character), spread out through the day. Comment below if you are not sure what I mean. 3. Less time consuming, more time producing.… Read more

  • Those I Have Helped

    September 24, 2019 by

    Testimonial 8: 4/4/19             Thank you to Azjunique, she has helped to improve my diabetes. Azjunique has helped me to change my diet, I have implemented more whole foods into my diet. She has assisted in helping me lower the dosage I take for diabetic medication. I received a good report from my doctor, and… Read more

  • About Azjunique Gibson

    September 24, 2019 by

    Hello to all, my name is Azjunique Gibson. I am an NIH Certified Health Researcher, Licensed Zumba Instructor, and Arbonne Independent Consultant. I decided to start blogging because my passion for helping others is contagious! I’m an Arthritis and Hypothyroidism Survivor, I successfully reversed both of them. I was able to reverse my arthritis by… Read more

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“A successful leader leads and lacks, but they do not lack and lead.” – Azjunique Gibson

“There will always be a test that I’ll pass.” – Lena G.

“Stand firm in the pursuit of what makes you happy.” – Azjunique Gibson

“Either write something worth reading or do something worth writing.” – Benjamin Franklin

“Pure joy is helping others achieve their BIG dreams, encouraging and admiring others’ to be strong, brave, and to never give up on their dreams.” – Azjunique Gibson

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