Life Coaching and Holistic Nutrition graduate Robyn Flynn-Kosar took a life event that could have taken her life, and turned it around with the power of Nutrition & Intention. All Robyn’s life, she has put intention behind everything she does. Even when she makes mistakes, because she lives with intention, it allows her to be able to learn and be aware of the choices she has made. After being diagnosed with stage 3 colon cancer, Robyn made the intentional decision to heal herself with the power of Nutrition!
Today, Robyn Flynn-Kosar tells us about her story of living on purpose!
What was your life like before SWIHA? What led you to SWIHA and to your particular program of study? Why are you passionate about this modality?:
I am a retired hairdresser and wanted to expand myself after 34 years in the same profession. I chose Holistic Nutrition after I was diagnosed with stage 3 colon cancer and applied Max Gerson’s nutritional healing. I had a complete recovery in 6 weeks. I took away a different mindset of the impact of how food and lifestyle affect our total well-being.
How does intention/mindfulness show up in your life?:
Everything I do has an intention. Even when we don’t make the best choices we need to be aware of why we made that choice.
What did your life look like when you weren't living with intention?:
I have been a Christian all my life. I look at the Bible as an owner's manual for the soul. So I have always been aware of my actions. I feel the journey I have been on has led me on a path that expanded that to an even greater consciousness.
What goals did you have the past year and how did living with an intention help you reach them?:
My goals have been and will remain to always be present In the moment. It is all we are guaranteed. Whether it is a friend, family, or stranger if I have a message for you, I share it.
What advice do you have for those wanting to live with intention and mindfulness?:
Know yourself first. Love yourself first. If you are not doing self-care you cannot care for anyone else. People get too caught up in others and that is not what it is about. It is about being truly authentic. And the people you meet will want to engage in what you have to share.
Anything else you want to add about living ON-PURPOSE?:
It’s ok to have off days. Give yourself that. Then get up and realize it’s a new day and start with a fresh mindset.
With the mindset to stay in the present and be intentional, you can not only heal yourself, you can also help heal those around you. With the power of Intention & Nutrition, lives can easily change. As a Holistic Health & Wellness Coach, help guide others onto a better life path that serves them to be their healthiest, best-self!