Western medicine saved my physical body, but creativity saved my life. It allowed me to start seeing with my heart and stop judging — stop judging myself so harshly, and it made me more gentle.
— Alyssa Rosenheck
Alyssa Rosenheck, best-selling author of “The New Southern Style” and a leader in interior and architectural photography, shares her expertise in tapping into creative courage and healing. A cancer diagnosis and experiences with antisemitism transformed her life and led her to view the world through her heart, making her more gentle. She encourages embracing unapologetic beliefs and identity while being conscious of the impact of words and actions. Alyssa reflects on how she protects her peace and finds that even boredom can lead to creativity and solutions.
In this episode of The SimplyBe. Podcast:
- Creativity for healing: what Alyssa learned from her cancer diagnosis
- Alyssa’s experience with antisemitism & fighting against injustice
- Being conscious of your own impact & influence
- The importance of being unapologetic in your beliefs and identity
- Alyssa’s strategies for creativity & protecting your peace
This show is produced by Soulfire Productions