Veronica Valles is a writer, poet, photographer, filmmaker, licensed spiritual coach and minister for Centers for Spiritual Living. She also claims the title of “Favorite Aunt,” which she considers her greatest accomplishment in life.
With a calling to carry a notepad around like John Boy from the television show of her childhood, The Waltons, Veronica’s dream of being a word weaver began with her voracious appetite for reading. She spent her summers at the library, learning about the world from so many authors’ and narrators’ perspectives. She secretly desired to be an artist like those authors, and Veronica’s introverted, shy side eventually gave way to an extroverted, passionate, poetic voice.
After a nine-and-a-half-year experience with a long-term illness during her thirties, her writing turned to her spiritual transformation through the teachings of Science of Mind. What was once kept within the confines of journals and private writings has now been unleashed.
She’s a simple woman who cannot contain her joy of being; her heart is centered in love. The next chapter of her life is unfolding as she takes on motivational speaking, workshop facilitating, teaching, writing, and more responsibility as a minister for Centers for Spiritual Living. A Texas native, you’ll find Veronica in the fields of White Rock Lake. She’ll be in her mother’s garden chasing butterflies and fireflies with her pint-sized gurus (nieces and nephews), laughing or chatting with her friends, or simply centered in her campsite along the path.