New York Times best-selling Author, Neale Donald Walsch wrote in his Foreward to The Marvelous Transformation: Living Well with Autoimmune Disease - "My Life has been deeply enriched by knowing Emily personally. She stands as a continual inspiration to me and I am grateful to her for sharing her experience in such a personal way. It has given me strength as I meet the tests and trials of my own life. I know her story can affect you in the same way. On behalf of all us, thank you, Emily Filmore, for your transformative transparency. We are blessed in you."

Neale Donald Walsch can be found at NealeDonaldWalsch.com and on Facebook.

Laurie Lankins Farley says, "Emily is an amazing writer and speaker. Her ability to transform her illness in to a blessing is magical. I highly recommend Emily for interviews on parenting and overcoming illness." 

Laurie is co-author of Conversations with God for Parents, find Laurie at http://www.thepureintuitive.com/ and on Facebook here.

Ellie Knaus, host of Atomic Moms Podcast says, "Emily Filmore is a force of nature. I marvel at her authenticity and her ability to be as openhearted and magnetic onstage in front of hundreds of people as she is face-to-face, or in her case, smile-to-smile. She has that rare super power of being able to express her personal truth while making room for others with differing viewpoints. She loves hard, laughs easily, and is truly one-of-a-kind.  Iā€™m lucky to know her and for having had the opportunity to work alongside her." 

You can connect with Ellie and Atomic Moms on her website or on Facebook.

"I first heard Emily speak at a conscious parenting conference and I instantly fell in love with her 'we are all the one' view of life and parenting. I felt safe by her words. Choosing to become a conscious parent can be intimidating and overwhelming with the feeling of 'am I doing enough'. In the conversation I had with Emily on the MIIC podcast she so gracefully showed parents how to walk this journey collectively without the judgment. Emily is a sweet soul with a big mission to stir things up."

Heather Chauvin, Conscious Parenting & Women's leadership Coach.www.momisincontrol.com and find Heather on Facebook by clicking here

Alison Morris from the Healing our Children World Summit shares her thoughts after working with Emily: "Emily Filmore has taken the principles from the Conversations with God series and integrated them into her life in meaningful and beautiful ways. She has a warm, genuine presence that helps make these sometimes challenging principles easy to understand, and is vulnerable and authentic in sharing her own story."

Alison is the founder of Full Potential Parenting and a certified EFT or tapping practitioner and author of Stress Relief for Struggling Parents: Using EFT to Become the Parent you Long to Be.

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Christina Perez of the Little Sprigs Podcast says, "Meet Emily Filmore, one of the most compassionate, conscious, and unconditional lover of humans that I have met. She openly shares her path of spiritual parenting, what that means to her, and how she has managed to avoid the typical fallbacks in discipline...she weaves us through a beautiful example of being fully present."

Find Christina at http://littlesprigs.com/ and on Facebook here.    

Sue DeCaro, a Parent Coaching Institute Certified Parent Coach and Co-Founder of Building Connected Communities says, "As I have grown to know Emily, I have been in awe of her attitude and acceptance of her chronic illness, her passionate spirit, and her dedication and commitment to conscious parenting. Emily has used her experiences, talent as well as her illness to help others in their journey. She is a brilliant writer, leader and spiritual mentor who exemplifies compassion, knowledge and authenticity in her work, her conversations and her life."

You can find more information about Sue at DeCaro Parent Coaching and Building Connected Communities, and on Facebook.

Erin Taylor, an author, a therapist, a Parent Coaching Institute Certified Parent Coach, and also Co-Founder of Building Connected Communities says, "Emily Filmore is an incredible woman in every sense of the word - as a mom, author and as a person. She is wise, spiritual and loving. Emily has managed to not allow her autoimmune disease to stop her from establishing a deep connection with her daughter, and she helps others to find that same deep connection - to their children and to themselves. Anyone who has the benefit of working with Emily will be very fortunate to have found her. She is a true gem."

You can find more information about Erin at It Takes a Village and Building Connected Communities and on Facebook.