Having lived across three continents, Lubomira Kourteva is a Bulgarian-Canadian author, poet, humanitarian and creator. Her writing focuses on love, relationships, emotional connection, intimacy and teaching the brilliancy of feelings for holistic wellbeing. After completing her graduate degree in finance, she devoted her time towards international affairs and humanitarian work leading development programs in marginalized areas worldwide to alleviate poverty and relieve emotional barriers. She is the founder of her own non-profit initiative devoted to raising awareness on various causes and the importance of education while also engaging socially conscious people on how to make a difference through the lens of creativity, inspiring a global community of change-makers. As a spiritual guide and intuitive healer, she is passionate about guiding people to tap into their unlimited potential within, find their unique voice and create the life that they desire by offering them practical steps. She is also the founder of Art of Love, an initiative dedicated to teaching the brilliancy of feelings and inspiring an environment of emotional wellbeing and healthy connection, so that we lead more fulfilling lives. As a writer, she’s been featured in various publications and is known for her prolific work on emotional intelligence as she blends spirituality with psychology. Her writing is described by thousands of readers as emotionally healing, deeply perceptive, empathic, multi-layered and mystical. In June 2019, she published her debut poetry book, Moonhold.
The Art of Loving
Nothing is as it Looks, as Reminded by a Sparrow
Holding Life through its Waving Faces
Too Deep in Wonderland?
Freedom and Fear Hold Hands
Story of the Tree: The Cambodian Genocide
Trafficking the Lost Children: Orphanage Volunteerism