Statement by Lorraine Galkowski, RN, BSN
I’m a wife and mother of two, living in North Carolina. I formally studied Aesthetic Realism over two decades ago. I subscribe to Aesthetic Realism publications and continue to see how its principles are true all around me. While studying Aesthetic Realism in my late teens and early twenties, I came to have a sincere and deep interest in helping others. I decided to pursue a career in nursing, and through learning Aesthetic Realism principles I excelled in the degree program though I had struggled to get through high school. I attained my RN license and have spent the last twenty plus years in a fulfilling career, where I continue to see how useful the Aesthetic Realism education is for others and for me in all areas of life. I am proof any career choice is only enhanced by knowledge of Aesthetic Realism principles. Personal success and pride are also more attainable.
Contrary to a statement by a few malcontents that one must live only with Aesthetic Realism students and close to the Foundation in New York City, living several hundred miles away from the Aesthetic Realism Foundation, I have not been made to feel I need to relocate or change my present life situation in any way to learn or study Aesthetic Realism. When I was in New York City a few years ago, I brought my two young sons, Andrew and Daniel, to a “Learning to Like the World” class for children at the Aesthetic Realism Foundation. Though I no longer formally studied Aesthetic Realism, both they and I were welcomed. My husband had never heard of Aesthetic Realism nor has he studied it formally. I haven’t had an Aesthetic Realism consultation in over 20 years, but my education remains useful. The knowledge I learned then has made every day happier for me.
Cary, North Carolina