The Buddhaful Story

Jude Weber is a Buddhist practitioner, whose longtime philosophy has been that we can achieve world peace by creating value in our own lives and taking charge of our individual happiness, one person at a time. She has been dedicated to this worldwide movement for over 25 years—the goal of which is to awaken to the dignity and power that reside within us and transform our lives at the deepest level. With an M.A. in Spiritual Psychology and Consciousness, Health, and Healing, Jude has committed to a life of healing, evolving in consciousness, and impacting the world through her experiences.

Jude began her professional career in the fashion industry, where she traveled extensively throughout the Far East and Europe on a regular basis. As a business executive, she expanded her experience into the music and financial industries. It wasn’t until 2010, when a life-threatening health condition forced Jude to stop everything, that she truly got to examine and reclaim her life.

Jude uses her profound insight into the human condition as a means of expression.
Jude uses her profound insight into the human condition as a means of expression. Persevering through the darkness, she reignited her passion for writing and her creativity as a means of self expression and healing herself, as well as in service to others. Through her deep challenges, Jude has brought to life a long-lived creative dream called “Buddhaful,” a line of Greeting Cards/Notes-to-Self, Doing & Being Quality cards and Candles that inspire and nurture the human spirit through universal words and images. Jude’s intention for Buddhaful is to infuse energy and empowerment of each message inherent in all of us. Through her writing, creativity, and her transformational coaching, her greatest desire is to support and encourage others to transcend their own personal struggles and to awaken to their true nature that we are all Buddhaful inside.

A Winner of the 2014 Transformational Authors Experience Book writing contest, stay tuned for Jude’s Upcoming Book,
Cracked Wide Open



This activity is supported in part by the California Arts Council, a state agency, and National Arts and Disability Center at the University of California Los Angeles.