Victoria Leanna is a spiritual guide, who through self-practice mastered meditation and began to teach the art along side Shalom. She current supports and teaches a large demographic of women worldwide through in person sessions as well as online. She is also an artist and author. She holds a degree from University of California-Berkeley. Victoria began writing professionally during her undergrad years and published her first article on human rights while interning at the National Lawyers Guild; many of her articles and writings to follow were on human rights and development. Ultimately, her writing focus and passion led to writing about spiritual and personal development, love and relationships - within fiction and non-fiction genres.
Staying Alive Through Twenty-Five is a memoir about a young woman, Victoria L. White, who is on an adventure of discovering love, sex, purpose, and spirituality. The novel invites you to journey with her as she navigates the unpredictable shifts of life, while discovering what it means to be a new transplant in the city of dreams, The Big Apple. Understanding that the only constant is change she braces herself in a chaotic time to make her transition to the other side of her Twenties, 25. The book comes paired with a guidebook, The Art of Living: Sacred Sexuality, Love and Spirituality. Which offers tools to dive deeper spiritually such as meditation tips and exercises, tools to tap into your inner beauty, and details on how to align yourself to enter into and build a stable sacred partnership. It also explains sacred sexuality and outlines steps that can help you begin the practice with your partner.
“Almost like Divine Timing, the book titled “Staying Alive Through 25” came across my path. It is written by Victoria White.... It is the story of Victoria’s journey towards and through her quarter life crisis. Victoria navigates the twists and turns of life, her self-expectations, and (finally) acceptance of herself and her beliefs. It is a story that I can easily identify with. Moving to New York with the dream of being a musician only to have a new unexpected path open in front of her. Without giving too much of the story away, she finds her way to an incredibly fulfilling spiritual destination that includes a love that transcends the ideals of partnership in the traditionally boring sense of the of the word. I wish I was so lucky to arrive at such an enlightened state in my twenties.” - It’s Me Lady G, The Frugally Luxurious Mama