Heart Above® is a home for exploring life, philosophy, creativity, inspiration, path, and fun!
Peek at the services page for Lesley Wexler’s lightworker offerings, as well as her blog, videos, “gallery of fun”, and events.
Heart Above site showcases Lesley Wexler's spiritual services, blog, store, and more! Services include Reiki, Akashic, Workshops, and Life Coaching.
Lesley Wexler is a designer/artist, entrepreneur, writer, philoso-rapper, intuitive, certified Usui Reiki Master Teacher, energy reader, and Akashic Records channel. She calls herself an ‘Inspirational Muse’ and through her company, Heart Above® loves to assist others to ‘co-create in light’©.
Lesley is also a Visual Communicator. Her company aha!, Inc. Design has serviced large global companies/organizations as well as small businesses and start-ups for over 25 years. Her experience as an art director, graphic designer, illustrator, publisher, and product designer helps to inspire and visually translate brands from start to finish.
Lesley is a visionary at Project Positive Change, an organization whose membership is full of heart-filled entrepreneurs with aspirations to shine light in this world.
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I have a dream that all living beings will one day live on a planet where they will not be judged by their species but by the content of their innate being. Those of you who have read my past blogs know that my garden experiences always lead me to communicate with nature, particularly wasps. …
“Lass, whit haes a bawherr dandelion ever dane tae ye? Throw some leaves in a bucket ‘n’ hae yersel’ some supper.” If you have read any of my other blogs you know that the garden inspires me to write, and lately, so does the T.V. show “Outlander”. It’s not a perfect garden and requires a …
My mother loved her garden. I remember when she passed on, at the funeral, I showcased her garden angels and a photo album titled Dotty’s Garden. I was never a big gardener. In fact, at college, when my cactus, Buford, petrified, word got around. People from far reaches of the dormitory brought their dying plants …