I grew up watching the movies of her father, Vincent Price and am still a huge fan of his work. Once I got older, I learned about the man and just how fascinating he was. I learned of his passion for cooking, his love and understanding of art and his involvement with the preservation of Native American art. And this just scratches the surface of his life.
Through casual research of Vincent Price’s life, I stumbled upon some blogs by his daughter Victoria. For some time, Victoria, who previously penned a best-selling biography of her father, was regularly blogging about her daily practice of joy. And that really struck a chord with me. We all talk about feeling and living joy, but she took it much farther and was actually doing it. And through following her blogs, I’ve been able use some of that in my own life.
I also began to learn about Victoria Price, herself. She’s a truly a fascinating woman. She is a successful interior designer, writer and a cultural global tour guide as well as a life coach. Victoria is a motivational speaker and she tours the world speaking about her father’s life.
In 2011 Victoria began her own spiritual quest in earnest and has changed her life dramatically and joyously. She is now an Interfaith/Interspiritual Minister and founder of Red Shoes Ministry. Last year she published a book about her spiritual journey called, “The Way of Being Lost: A Road Trip to My Truest Self”. And I’ve got to tell you, it’s a must-read!
Victoria will be with us on Tuesday, August 20thspeaking on not only her father’s legacy but about her spiritual journey. Her books will also be available for purchase and autographs. We’ll be hosting her talk at the Holiday Inn Boardman and seating is limited, so please sign-up online quickly! And signing-up online will save you money, and who doesn’t like that?! Registration online is $20 per person, but admission will be $25 per person at the door. All the details are on our website at: An Evening with Victoria Price
Victoria and her associate, Rev. Rachel Hollander will be with us Thursday, August 22ndto present a mini retreat on a much smaller scale. This experience is titled, “ Who Do You Think You Are? Reclaiming the Hearts of Our Truest Selves”. This will be a three-hour workshop held at the Coy Cornelius Studio on Belmont Ave. in Youngstown. Advanced registration for this event is required as space is extremely limited. You must pre-register online at: Who Do You Think You Are?
You won’t want to miss either of these events. And you’ll definitely want to pick-up a copy of Victoria’s book and make it a part of your spiritual journey.