Heart, Head & Hands
A Lifelong Journey of Leadership and Stewardship. A remarkable novel on inspiring feminine leadership and deep commitment to environmental preservation. It presents a multifaceted story that resonates with readers who are passionate about leadership, environmentalism, and the intersection of personal responsibility with broader societal and ecological concerns through their individual journey towards wholeness.

Rose, letters of love to life

By Cécile Masson

A literary novel that…

helps you to stay true to yourself, your inner leadership and nature,

“Your book touches me deeply. My heart opens and emotions flood me. The story makes me happy and sad at the same time. After reading this book I decided to live my life to the full and to take a year off from my work.”
Reader from Amsterdam in an international executive position

triggers stewardship,

“So nice. The whole book is so nice. You write like you have lived several lives.”
Swedish man (35)

calls for action,

“Rose is more than a book; it is the start of a movement.”
Various readers

invites stillness,

“Am still. I suck up all the words. They weave a dance in me. They touch on knowing. So much wisdom, so many memories of life in connection with nature, pain as well, (partly of my own life) withdrawn from the essential basics, the wisdom of the elders.”
Workshop participant

helps to sense your full potential,

“Oh this book… could there be more wisdom, more beauty in one book? Tasting, smelling, beholding every word, every sentence is like a flower, written as poetry. Thank you for writing this book filled with words that seem more relevant than ever right now.”
Solo harpist

invites to slow down and taking the time to savor life,

“Just amazing. Truly. I can’t think of a really good metaphor so I’ll go with that it’s like a delicious, rich, dense flourless dark chocolate cake. So rich that I have to savor it slowly. Almost every sentence is a full universe.”
Barbara S.

Listen to Writer and Field researcher Eleanor O’Hanlon share about the novel Rose, Letters of Love to Life.




Inclusion Around the Clock, Isabelle Pujol, Cécile Masson, Pluribus

Inclusion Practices

Cécile Masson is a co-author of this book that shares Inclusion practices

Coming Into Your Own, ciyo, Barbara Cecil

Leadership for women in Transition

Coming Into Your Own is an international feminine leadership program for women of all walks of life…

Cécile Masson is a Leadership Facilitator

Le Petit Prince

Wisdom never dies

Interview by Emma Lucy Wall

Interview with Cécile Masson in which she speaks of the book, leadership practices, assumptions and trust in the new generation.

Art work of Chantal Nicolet

I love working with creative people who express themselves in a pioneering manner.

The artist Chantal Nicolet is one of them. She inspires me by her skilled approach to various materials working them in an elegant translucent manner that speaks to the imagination. The visible and the invisible meet, expressing the tension between creative force and technique.

She comes from a multicultural family originating from Switzerland, lived in Germany, and then settled in the South of France. At the age of 15, she joined a well-known restauration workshop in CH followed by forty years of restoring works of art within renowned institutions, workshops, and museums. Shaped by this demanding environment where materials, colors, and scents come to life, her technical and sensory skills perfected this dialogue with the artwork, in a physical interaction with the material.

Her personal creation is purely instinctive and sensitive, a burst of energy, vivid swirls of joy. A chiaroscuro implemented on glass, like writing on parchment telling life stories.

She holds the
Certificat de mérite du Luxembourg Art Prize
Pinacothèque du Luxembourg, 2018, 2020, 2021
Instagram : Chantal.nicolet

The Fibonacci Sequence

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