Our intention for creating this workbook is to offer you the space and inspiration to continue on your path to spiritual growth, living in alignment and setting intentions for your spiritual, mental, physical and emotional well being.
LOVE, LIGHT & BLESSINGS
Love and Light is the connection and bridge between Grandmother Flordemayo and The Path, the non-profit she founded. This is a one-stop destination for unique spiritual gifts, wellness offerings, and personal transformation. Offerings include webinars and training, spiritual and sacred items, as well as retreats. We will collaborate and nurture our connection with Elders, educators, wisdom keepers, and creatives, building awareness and strengthening our connection with the four sacred elements and the invisible. We intend to focus on empowering each other, with a collective manifestation that benefits all of humanity.
Our work will always be mindful of the words and essence of Love and Light and Grandmother Flordemayo’s vision for humanity. We believe when you are offering someone “love and light” you are offering them the frequencies of creation and wisdom. Like a seed, we intend to grow and nurture connection and collaboration within our network of visionaries, Elders, wisdom keepers, and planetary activists. All are welcome on this path. We are deeply honored you have found your way to Love and Light.
LIGHTWORKERS, VISIONARIES AND CREATIVES
Heather Hall-Dudney Stone
Kurrent Design Co.
ASTROLOGICAL & MOON ART
Everest Hall & Michael Russnak
Kim Langbecker, Angela Corriz and Julia Steyn
LOVE & LIGHT TEAM BIOS
Grandmother Flordemayo is a Curandera Espiritu, or a healer of divine spirit. As a seer, she has the ability to see other realms of color, light, and sound. In addition, she has the ability to see the effects of existing imbalances on the physical, emotional and spiritual realms within a person’s energy system. She was born and raised in the highlands of Central America by her mother, a midwife, and in a family of Mayan healers. She travels the globe to share her healings and to foster a more spiritual understanding among humanity. She founded The Path an organization dedicated to the conservation and preservation of heirloom and heritage seeds.
Heather Hall-Dudney Stone is Grandmother Flordemayo’s oldest child, only daughter, and personal assistant. Heather is a wife, daughter, mother and grandmother. Heather has a bachelor’s degree in sociology and economics and minors in chemistry, economics and math. Heather lives in Boise, Idaho with her husband Caleb. Heather is a disabled Navy veteran. Heather has served on many boards for various non-profits. Heather is acting as a volunteer Executive Director at The Path.
Kourosh Gorji is a Graphic Designer, Artist and Craftsman. Kourosh consults on branding and offers graphic design services through his studio Kurrent Design Co.
Everest Hall is an Artist, Tarot card reader and seed keeper at the Path in Estancia, New Mexico. Everest has a Bachelors degree in Fine Art from The Chicago Art Institute and a Masters Degree in Fine Art from Yale University. Everest is Grandmother Flordemayo’s youngest child and only son.
Micheal Russnak is an Artist, empath, craftsman and seed keeper at the path in Estancia,New Mexico. Michael has brought his vision of building an Art Studio at The Path, and constructing it from Adobe as well as brining a green house.
Jessica Spinazza lives in Spokane Washington. She has two bachelor’s degrees in nutrition and nursing. She has been working and volunteering with The Path for around a year and half and got introduced to The Path by Grandmother Flordemayo’s granddaughter Kya Dudney. Jessica serves as an Ambassador and donations coordinator and assists with creating the webinar handouts.
Emily Stoeser lives in Boise, Idaho and runs the social media accounts for The Path, as well as membership coordinator and Ambassador for The Path. Emily graduated from The University of Idaho with a bachelor’s degree in public relations and a minor in psychology. Emily is from Coeur d’ Alene, Idaho and relocated to Boise in June of 2020.
Kya-Xe’ Zelaya Dudney is a youth climate activist. She most recently spoke at The Flourishing Diversity Summit that took place in London during September of 2019. She is a recent graduate from the University of Idaho with a Bachelor of Arts in International Studies and Spanish, in addition to receiving an Academic Certificate in Global Climate Change. She currently serves as an Ambassador and President of The Path.