30 N Brainard St, Naperville, IL 60540, United States
The Old Main building of North Central College where Victoria Moran studied religion.
(Focusing on inner change in dieting, this new program for...)
Focusing on inner change in dieting, this new program for weight loss discusses how we use food as a fix, how to meditate, and how to use the Twelve Steps as a dieting tool, and includes menus of vegetarian cooking.
(The author shares her journey from hating her body to lov...)
The author shares her journey from hating her body to loving it and shows readers how loving themselves and making food part of their spiritual lives.
(Merging Eastern and Western spiritual traditions with a s...)
Merging Eastern and Western spiritual traditions with a sensitivity to the demands of modern life, the book provides people with usable directions for bringing a sense of peace and renewal to their homes.
(Victoria Moran unveils practical, spiritual secrets for e...)
Victoria Moran unveils practical, spiritual secrets for expanding your capacity to love, know, and experience a fuller, richer life.
(In this inspirational and Wise book, Moran shares the wis...)
In this inspirational and Wise book, Moran shares the wisdom and experience from her own search for inner and outer beauty.
(Moran presents a body-mind-spirit approach to losing weig...)
Moran presents a body-mind-spirit approach to losing weight, showing how to find self-acceptance and break the blame cycle that surrounds "forbidden foods."
Victoria Moran moved to London in 1968 in order to attend the Lucie Clayton School of Fashion.
Then, Moran studied religion at North Central College, Naperville, Illinois.
The start of Victoria Moran’s career can be counted from the late 1960s when she developed a strong interest in vegetarianism and became a freelance writer in the field. The first book of Moran, ‘The Love-Powered Diet’, was published in 1992. The volume which reflected its author’s own experience of giving up compulsive following a Twelve Step recovery program received positive reviews for the described approach.
The success of the debut book was followed two years later by other publication titled ‘Get the Fat Out’ issued by Harmony Books. ‘Love Yourself Thin’ and ‘Shelter for the Spirit: Create Your Own Haven in a Hectic World’ in which Moran touched the theme of spirituality for the first time came in 1997. The fifth volume of Moran, 1998 ‘Creating a Charmed Life’, was addressed to busy women. In the next publication, a 2001 ‘Lit from Within’, Moran focused on the inside out beauty.
During the subsequent years, Victoria Moran has published seven more books in which she has provided advice and tips for a better lifestyle and healthy eating habits.
In 2012, Moran along with her daughter Adair hosted the program, ‘Your Charmed Life’ on Unity.FM. The show is aimed to provide listeners with information on every aspect of veganism. Later the same year, the broadcast was enlarged into Main Street Vegan Academy, a special program destined to train and certify Vegan Lifestyle Coaches and Educators.
The latest book by Victoria Moran, ‘The Good Karma Diet: Dine Gently, Feel Amazing, Age in Slow Motion’, saw the print in 2015.
In addition to her writings and educational activity, Moran has also tried her hand as a lead producer of Thomas Jackson’s 2019 documentary movie ‘A Prayer for Compassion’.
(Focusing on inner change in dieting, this new program for...)1992
(Merging Eastern and Western spiritual traditions with a s...)1997
(Moran presents a body-mind-spirit approach to losing weig...)2003
(The author shares her journey from hating her body to lov...)1997
(Victoria Moran unveils practical, spiritual secrets for e...)1998
(In this inspirational and Wise book, Moran shares the wis...)2001
(The book provides practical answers from Victoria Moran o...)2004
(The book shows readers how favoring foods are karmically ...)2015
(The book contains 501 easy tips for ridding the lives of ...)1994
Victoria Moran was baptized as Roman Catholic at birth. As a child, she explored the teachings of the Unity Church with the help of her nanny and ‘first guru,’ Adelene DeSoto.
Victoria Moran turned to veganism in 1983 searching for a convenient recovery after her own compulsive eating. One of the main reasons for being vegan for Moran is the will to reduce the suffering of animals.
"Life has its rhythm ad we have ours. They’re designed to coexist in harmony, so that when we do what is ours to do and otherwise let life be, we garner acceptance and serenity."
"To the people who love you, you are beautiful already. This is not because they’re blind to your shortcomings but because they so clearly see your soul. Your shortcomings then dim by comparison. The people who care about you are willing to let you be imperfect and beautiful, too."
"If you celebrate your differentness, the world will, too. It believes exactly what you tell it—through the words you use to describe yourself, the actions you take to care for yourself, and the choices you make to express yourself. Tell the world you are one-of-a-kind creation who came here to experience wonder and spread joy. Expect to be accommodated."
"In this moment, there is plenty of time. In this moment, you are precisely as you should be. In this moment, there is infinite possibility."
"I firmly believe that everyone deserves to live within walking distance of either beauty or convenience, if not both."
Victoria Moran’s favorite drink is tea. In addition to vegetarianism she has practiced since 1983, she also did aerial yoga as a hobby. She has a rescue dog named Forbes.
Moran is actively involved in animal rights as well.
Victoria Moran’s first husband became Patrick Moran in 1977. Moran gave birth to a daughter named Rachael Adair. Victoria and Patrick lived together until his death in 1987.
Ten years later, Moran married William Melton.
A vegan as her mother, Rachael Adair is also an actress, aerialist, bump artist, playwright, and wildlife rehabilitator. She co-founded Urban Utopia Wildlife in New York City.