Mindy Miralia continues to pursue her vision of conscious evolutionary development to bring healing to a new level. Experience her work through consultations, workshops, or group presentations. Visit to learn more.

Mindy holds a BS in biology from the University of Houston and an MBA in finance from the University of Colorado. She paved the way for women in international business in the early eighties, opening the first international office for a division of Baker International in Singapore, with geographic responsibility for a network of agents covering the Pacific Rim as far as India and Thailand. She made her first trip to China in 1983.

In 1988 she became the first American female executive to work for a British bank in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. There she was responsible for Credit and Marketing for nine countries in the Middle East. She also served on the board of directors of the American Business Council, and frequently lobbied Congress for U.S. business interests abroad. As a volunteer, she taught business mathematics at the local women’s college.

Mindy evacuated Dubai shortly after the Iraqi invasion of Kuwait, and eventually relocated to Charlotte, North Carolina in 1992. With her extensive international experience and responsibilities, she quickly became a pivotal player in mergers and acquisitions during the years of financial services consolidations and, in her positions in Charlotte, she played an integral role as the city became the second largest banking center in the nation.

Not long after arriving in Charlotte, Mindy’s husband left unexplainably, and at age fifteen, her son became seriously involved in drugs. Mindy later learned her former spouse had early-onset Alzheimer’s. As a single mom who loved her son, she centered her personal life on understanding addiction and addictive illness. She sought out many alternative healing modalities in her quest to help her son. She studied with indigenous peoples worldwide and became a practitioner of energy medicine. She holds certification from the National Institute for the Clinical Application of Behavioral Medicine in Navigating the Soul’s Journey, is a certified Spiritual Counselor, and is certified in numerous healing systems, including Reiki, ThetaHealing, and Reconnective Healing.

Tragically, her son died in 2011 at the age of 31 after a long struggle with heroin addiction. However, because of her lifelong extra sensory abilities, soon after his passing, Mindy and her son began a fascinating and transformational journey of healing together. The details of this healing process appear in her new book, The Hero in Heroin; and her experiences helped her to develop the consciousness and content of the transformational healing work she facilitates today.

Mindy is a master at integrating her life experiences, personal and professional, her passion, and her purpose to stand in service for humanity. She continues to pursue the vision of conscious evolutionary development to bring healing to a new level.

She lives in Charlotte with her current husband, Rock, and their dog, Harmony, who is a frequent hospice visitor as part of Mindy’s work with Hospice & Palliative Care Pet Therapy.



Micah Aaron Matthew “Matt” Felcman, Beatnik son, brother, grandson, father and friend came to the end of an extraordinary and spectacular life on March 29, 2011. He was a proud father whose soul and legacy are embodied in his magnificent and beautiful children. Micah was a voracious writer, published poet, as well as a freethinking compassionate individualist. He was highly intelligent with exceptional gifts in both literary arts and in the sciences. His heart was as big as one could possibly have, especially where his children were concerned. He touched the lives of many with his uncanny charm and charisma. He loved comedy and laughter and once he began laughing no one around him could refrain from laughing too. His personality was infectious. And he is truly missed by many.

During his life Micah worked in Promotions at Creative Loafing. He studied Audio and Video Production at the Art Institute of Houston, and attended Maine Medical Center School of Surgical Technology. Micah was a consistent honors student no matter the school or course of study he pursued.