Nina Brown And The S.T.A.R. Philosophy
by Lee Sok Lian｜李淑莲
My desire is that many other people will start to experiment with the S.T.A.R. philosophy in their own lives. At this time, there is no certi¬fication process for teachers or practitioners, yet there are many people who have already started to practice these concepts with amazing results. Perhaps in the future these people will also choose to write books or do new things that I never imagined with S.T.A.R. I will not review, approve and/or scrutinize these books. For those who might choose to work with or read additional books about S.T.A.R. from other people sharing what they have learned, my suggestion is to see if the material resonates with you through choosing to use your own personal discernment and inner guidance.
---- Nina Brown, author of “S.T.A.R. Philosophy” and co-author of “S.T.A.R. Philosophy – Fascinated Observer’s Guide”
To help eliminate human suffering by showing other ways of viewing life.
Nina’s core message:
Accept Thyself as Divine
Nina Brown is the acclaimed author of “Return of Love to Planet Earth: Memoir of a Reluctant Visionary” (Cauda Pavonis, 2010, 2011) and “S.T.A.R. A Now State of Being” (Gather Insight, 2013).
A cum laude graduate of Bryn Mawr College, Nina retired from the company she formed to assist women entrepreneurs. In 1995, the pioneer in business was appointed by President William Clinton to represent him at the White House Conference on Small Business and the following year, was chosen as a Charter Member of Pennsylvania’s Best 50 Women in Business.
During this time, Nina distinguished herself on many occasions, speaking at the US House of Representatives Field Hearings, the Pennsylvania Department of Commerce, the League of Cities Women’s Caucus, Wharton Executive MBA Reunion, and the Entrepreneurial Women’s Expo where she was the keynote speaker.
As a consultant and leader in the field of alternative medicine, Nina collaborated with others in bringing neurosensory diagnostic tools to injured veterans who suffered brain impairment in the Gulf War and Vietnam.
Nina lives each day by the S.T.A.R. principles and devotes her enormous energies full time to this sacred spiritual mission -- sharing the philosophy with every person on the planet.