About the Author and the Blog
Pati is an intuitive painter and modern-day Medicine Woman with the unique gift of combining healing modalities with intentional creativity. She works in several different areas of Mystical Arts, like Folk Herbalism, Shamanism, I – Ching, Tarot, Runes and Akashic Records.
Working within the love and light, with the highest intent, she is guided by her intuition, spirit and guides to help people experience new freedom in life and resolve issues and blockages that prevent them from reaching their full potential.
She holds an extensive if not paradoxical background in Journalism and Communications, Visual Advertising, Videography, Shamanism, Vedic Art and is a classically trained violinist. However, she considers her commitment to her own healing, living from the heart, creating rituals and creating space for others where healing and transformation can take place her most valuable certification.
She recognizes the benefit of utilizing harmonizing modalities that are catalyzing and transformative in nature. She is a tree hugger, herbalist, folklore art enthusiast and follower of the Goddess. She is constantly immersed in research and learning the power of creativity through intention, the intuitive painting processes, as well as any form of Earth-Based Wisdom.
She believes that by nature, we are all brilliant, creative, intuitive beings, capable of creating much more than we often believe, capable of greater happiness, joy, peace and prosperity.
Goddess On A Coffee Break was born out of her love for the energy and wisdom of Goddess Archetypes, her passion for blogging and love of coffee enjoyed at any of the artistic Cafes of Hendersonville and Asheville, NC. She believes that the practice of mastering self doesn’t have to be a lengthy process and even a 30-minute ritual (on a coffee break) is sufficient to put us in touch with our divine self and live more consciously, joyfully and intentionally.
Pati was born in Poland and moved to the United States when she was 19 years old.
She lives on a farm in Apple Country in Western North Carolina, with her husband, two sons, three goats, four ducks, and more chicken than she can count.