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About DENISE ROUSSEL

Hi, I AM Denise Roussel, and it’s my pleasure to share with you about my beautiful life. Since October 2014, my life has been nothing short of miraculous. In this time period, I have grieved the loss of my son Cory, published ten books, produced a traveling photography exhibition inspiring people to love unconditionally, traveled extensively, walked hundreds of miles- including walking the pilgrimage El Camino de Santiago in Spain three times- created lots of art, hosted events, posted daily inspiration, meaningfully connected with hundreds of people. And I did it all without being BUSY!

By far, the most awesome thing I have experienced is coming HOME to myself by pouring out LOVE and ACCEPTANCE on all the abandoned and rejected parts of myself. I totally have my own back!

My Sadness, my Anger, my Jealousy, my Disappointment totally know that when they arise, I AM HERE for them, offering nonjudgmental presence and love.

Cory is very present with me, as we have been working together for many lifetimes. When he exited, it felt like he was telling me, “I AM finished here now. I AM going to the other side where I can be of more assistance.” I know why we came here: to create a new earth by embodying the love that we are. When I do this work for me, I do it for the entire collective because we are ONE. Together we are doing AMAZING THINGS!

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All things come to pass.
Loved ones.
Hard times.
Ecstasy.
Despair.
Life itself.
- Cory Roussel

About CORY ROUSSEL

Cory Roussel, died on October 26, 2014 at the age of 27. He was an angel in disguise, a wise old sage in a young man’s body, loaned to us for a time. He lived a very full and intense life, one filled with the power, vigor and love. A rich life can only be formed by adversity, and he had a lot of it in his 27 years. It was if he was on some cosmic race to experience, grow and pass along what he learned. He is gone from this earth, but he is still so very present. His life’s purpose was to love and show compassion to everyone, to connect and engage and be present every moment of the day, living as though each one would be his last. Upon his passing out of this life and back to the universe, he has passed the torch of his legacy to me and to others.

Cory felt it was his responsibility to document our life’s inspiration and truths by which he lived. As a prolific writer, two of the books published share his truth and experience: “The Seed Collection” and “The Way Out: A Guide To Being Free From the Prison Of Your Mind”.

For a cumulative total of about three years, Cory lived homeless. In the end, he lived homeless intentionally, camping out in a hammock in the Greenbelt of Austin and taking waterfall massages in the morning. As a result, he shared a lot about homelessness. Therefore, part of our mission is to educate others about homelessness and to inspire others to become involved in the lives of our fellow human beings who happen to be in a low point in their lives. “Do You See What I See?” is a project that helps us to look past our form and story and see each other as souls on different journeys and to understand what it means to not judge but to love unconditionally.

Cory lives on in our hearts, inspiring us daily to Enjoy, Love, Live and Be the Change!