What does Freedom mean to you?

I am all about living your purpose and passion in this life and making an impact. We can do this in so many ways.

My mission is to inspire people to have the courage, confidence and consciousness to live their life’s purpose so that they are happier, healthier, more abundant and love the life they live.

Living your Purpose is your freedom.

I do this through Coaching, Energy Alignment and Pranic Healing and through working with Charities that are making a difference and helping people to find their freedom.

Let me introduce you to Kiva. 

Kiva envision a world where all people hold the power to create opportunity for themselves and others. Kiva provide loans from the community to help change lives. The contributions come from people like you and me. We all put in a little bit, and together it creates a great big pot to help others.

I orginally put into the Kiva pot, just $25 and it has been lent and repaid back over 3 times now. My little contribution, along with many other people doing the same, as created a wonderful pot of monergy ( money energy) to help someone to create an opportunity for themselves and others.

Here is an update of who I contributed towards helping last year.

Gulchehra has paid her loan in full. This loan helped her to pay for her husband’s treatment at the medical clinic. Now her husband feels better. She is thankful to Kiva lenders for their support and help. IMON International – Posted by Gulchehra from Gissar, Tajikistan Jan 22, 2018

Emmanuella has paid her loan in full. This loan helped her to buy a new freezer so she could expand her food stall in Ghana. Emmanuella is 22 years old and lives with her single mother and six siblings in the Bongo district. To earn a living, she runs a business of selling vegetables and fish. Emmanuella used her first Kiva loan to purchase products in bulk and to rent a shop, which helped her increase her profit margin. Emmanuella requested a second Kiva loan to purchase an additional freezer to store her fish and vegetables in order to further increase her profit margin. She plans to use the profits she expects to earn from this loan to further expand her business and to support her family’s daily needs. Emmanuella volunteers as a Camfed Learner Guide, helping local high school students find their own strengths and leading discussion groups about how they can create a better world. The interest on Emmanuella’s social-interest loan will be repaid through her weekly volunteer work.

Aziz Fatima is a 44 year-old married woman. She lives in Sialkot, Pakistan. She supports her family through her tailoring business. She has been working as a tailor for the past 5 years. She is extremely well-known for her work and gets a lot of appreciation from her clients. Currently, she got a Kiva loan to buy some additional raw materials for her business like thread, buttons, laces and pearls but due to financial constraints, as she and her family were unable to do that. Therefore, she has asked for a loan from JWS Pakistan, a field partner of Kiva.Aziz Fatima is very grateful to Kiva and JWS Pakistan for their help.

Ruben is a young farmer who grows organic avocados in Peru. He started to be in charge of the field after his father passed away last year. Now, as there is not enough water for irrigating the field, he wants to install drip irrigation and save water.

The energy around Kiva is beautiful, the money flows between people, and vibrations are high. Lives are being changed. Kiva is now a core part of my business plan, as I have increased my investment into Kiva this year and will continue to do so.

Would you like to check it out? Kiva gives you the chance to make small loans to borrowers working to start businesses and improve their lives. I’m already lending on Kiva and thought you’d like to join me! Be part of the movement of circulating monergy and helping entrepeneurs around the globe.

I now make a monthly payment towards Kiva to support entrepreneurs live their purpose and find their freedom.


The Arbonne Charitable Foundation’s mission is to provide support for programmes and opportunities that promote the development of confidence and self‑esteem in teenage girls and boys.

As an Consultant working with Arbonne I am committed to making a different to the lives of teenagers by sponsoring grant applications to the Foundation.

Grants I have sponsored that have been awarded.

In 2016

Equine Pathways UK were awarded £2,000. Equine Pathways provide equine therapy for a range of people. Arbonne sponsored the Youth Empowerment Programme for young people with low self esteem.


In 2017

South East Dance were awarded £2,615 for a project in collaboration with Rounded Rhythm. Rounded Rhythm provide young people with additional needs the opportunity to be part of a dance company.



Kangaroos were awarded £2,830. Kangaroos delivers fun and social activities for young people with Learning Disabilities in the Mid Sussex area.


One in Four were awarded £2,500. The Charity supports people who have experienced child sexual abuse and trauma.


I am working with a couple of charities for grant applications for 2018, and I am actively looking for more.

In addition, I would love to sponsor a grant application from a Charity that supports teenagers who have been affected by domestic abuse.

For more information on the Arbonne Charitable Foundation please see here: http://www.arbonnefoundation.org/

If you think your charity fits the grant criteria, then please do contact me as louisa@louisahavers.com to discuss the next steps.