Welcome back to The Scrumptious Woman! In this episode, I’m thrilled to have Lisa Cheatham, a master jeweller and passionate Healy device user, as my guest. Lisa creates exquisite jewellery using 22-karat gold, infusing each piece with unique frequencies to enhance its energy.
Join us as we explore the fascinating world of jewellery design, personal transformation, and the powerful impact of the Healy device.
- The Art of Jewellery Crafting: Lisa shares her journey from interior design to becoming a skilled goldsmith. Her 22 karat gold creations stand out for their unique designs, vibrant colours, and substantial weight, providing a luxurious and distinctive look.
- Intuitive Design Process: Discover Lisa’s intuitive approach to selecting gemstones and designing jewellery. She emphasizes the importance of following one’s instincts and the unique vibrational qualities of 22 karat gold.
- The Healy Device: Lisa incorporates the Healy device into her jewellery-making process. She describes how she infuses her creations with specific frequencies, enhancing the energy and resonance of each piece. The Healy device becomes a tool not only for personal well-being but also for energizing the jewellery-making process.
- Healing Frequencies for Emotional Well-being: Lisa shares how the Healy device has positively impacted her family, especially her son dealing with type one diabetes. The device helps regulate emotions and contributes to a more balanced and centered state of mind.
- Rebranding to Lisa Leone Jewellery: Lisa discusses her decision to rebrand her jewellery business, transitioning from ToGili Designs to Lisa Leone Jewellery. The rebrand aligns with her desire for a name that’s memorable, reflective of her identity, and carries a personal connection.
- Layering Jewellery with Confidence: Lisa provides insights into the art of layering jewellery, encouraging experimentation with chain thickness and lengths. She also offers pre-layered options for those who prefer a ready-made layered look.
- Repurposing Old Jewellery: Lisa offers a unique service of repurposing old jewellery, breathing new life into sentimental pieces. This sustainable approach allows clients to wear cherished items in updated, modern designs.
Join us on this radiant journey into the world of fine jewellery, personal transformation, and the harmonious interplay of beauty and healing frequencies. Follow Lisa Leone Jewellery on Instagram and Facebook for a visual feast of her stunning creations.
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The Scrumptious Woman Episode 51
Tue, Dec 26, 2023 11:57AM • 33:19
jewellery, love, programme, years, layering, frequency, run, beautiful, wear, twins, feel, karat gold, lisa, necklaces, diabetes, designs, pieces, kids, interior design, gold
Juliette Karaman, Lisa Cheatham
Juliette Karaman 00:00
To welcome welcome back to the scrumptious woman. I have with me this corruption is Lisa Cheatham, who is an incredibly high and Goldsmith and jeweller and known for as her exquisite style and unique designs. She is beautifully 22 karat gold to create money. One of a kind pieces. It’s bold, it’s unique, it’s stylish, and I’m so wanting some of these and massively glamorous. She takes pride in every step of the journey making process. So definitely if you start following her on Instagram, you see this it’s just beautiful from designing to handmaking and uses a frequency device called Healy and also has beautiful wearable designs for that Healy designers design device would be good if I could read stuff. In addition to her work as a jewellery designer and Goldsmith. Lisa is also a single mom of four boys, you also have twins like I do. Giving back is important to you and you donate a portion of your profits a local woman shelter New York and the junior Diabetes Research Foundation, both which are really dear to your heart. I love how you’re passionate about sustainability in the jewellery industry. You’re a true master of your craft. Her jewellery is not only beautiful, but it’s made with the utmost care. And I’ve seen this and attention to detail do Lisa’s work is a testament to her passion for Julie, and a commitment to excellence. Welcome, welcome. Welcome. I have worn some of your journey and it is just such a delight. It has such a beautiful frequency.
Lisa Cheatham 01:57
I thank you for noticing that. I feel it every day when I put it on. I even sleep with some of it just to feel
Juliette Karaman 02:04
it and it’s great, right? Where some people say it’s like, oh, but it’s just metal. But you know, you do something really interesting with your jewellery you want to tell us about that a little bit?
Lisa Cheatham 02:18
love to. First of all, it’s like really different about my jewellery, at least in the States is it’s 22 karat gold. 24 karat gold is solid gold 22 you’re just adding a little bit of silver and a little bit of copper to it just so it’s a little bit harder, because with jewellery, it would be very soft. It’s still a soft, but it’s wearable. And it’s pretty durable. I wear my stuff all the time, and I never have an issue. So and I do everything with it. So. But that’s what’s really special. When you have 22 karat gold, like I’m just gonna show I have so much jewellery, it’s just this table of gold. I’m like, Oh, I love this. But you can see like, just the colour of the gold is very different. It’s really a brighter yellow, it’s more of a pure gold look. And the weight of it. When you wear it, you can really feel the weight, which just feels so substantial and juicy. I don’t know, it’s just so good to feel on your body, like a really substantial piece of jewellery. And when I pick stones, like when I’m, when I pick stones, it’s very intuitive. Like, I usually say the stones pick me go, I’ll be walking by and I all of a sudden feel this electric kind of nudge or like bolt. And it’s like, there’s something here for me. And I’ll know immediately the stone and where I’m going to do with it. It’s really funny, but like if I try to go more mainstream and say, Oh, this is what everyone’s doing, and let me buy these stones. I don’t know what I’m doing with these pieces. And I have stones that have sat here for years that I’m like, this was a waste of money. I really count on that intuitive nudge and what feels right, like, this is what I’m supposed to do.
Juliette Karaman 04:24
And I love it. So you’re actually channelling your pieces, right?
I do it I do. And if I find that like just like I said, if I go against that. It’s just it doesn’t work. And I think that’s so important like in life, like when you find something you love, or you just have that feeling inside that you’re supposed to do something else. That’s maybe not the norm quote unquote, you know, to really follow that gut because it means something I’m telling you something. It’s an intuitive vibe, right? I mean, I know you know that.
Juliette Karaman 05:07
Yeah, my whole life is kind of like, based around that. Absolutely. But I would love to really hear how did you get started with this? Is this something that you’ve always done? How? Yeah, how did it come about?
It’s really not that fascinating of a story. I, my background is in interior design. I always loved fashion. Growing up, my grandparents had a clothing store in the Bronx in New York, and I was there a lot with them. I always watched my grandmother getting ready. Just being such attention to detail like watching her do her mascara. I could watch her do that forever. So much. And getting dressed and the beautiful clothes and the satin pillowcases and the beautiful jewellery. And so I think like that was just kind of always in me from when I was little. Went to school for interior design. I had a company for a little while a business doing that for myself. And then I did some painting some artistic painting. And then I had four kids.
Juliette Karaman 06:25
So got it. We were both interior designers. And we both have four kids. Which one set is twins. Oh
my gosh, the twins put you over the top.
Juliette Karaman 06:37
When were your so you had your four kids that so you kind of like stuffed right? Do you have them pretty quick in succession as well, didn’t you?
Yeah, I had four kids in four years. It was it was boom, boom, boom, boom. And well. Linds went to kindergarten, I was like, Okay, I have a little bit of time now. The youngest, the twins. So I said, I just need to get creative again. And I didn’t want to go into interior design. I just wanted to do something where I can create I didn’t have to worry about selling like it’s just for me and said, let me try and make jewellery but no beaded stuff. I didn’t want to do any of that. I wanted to make really beautiful important jewellery. And so I found a school in the city in New York and I lit a torch I melt some gold and I was like, what have I been doing my whole life I was like, addicted to it. Like I love the smell the look that everything like just getting dirty hammering like all of it. I just love it. So as early as I am 30 But
Juliette Karaman 07:46
isn’t that beautiful? Like working with your hands how important it is. And the similarities between you and me I’d never realised this is so incredible living across the pond for kids journey. You know, I used to do exactly the same used to be an interior design than I used to design jewellery and have it made in Lebanon. Yeah, because because the handicraft there is just you know, much, much cheaper than than in the UK. And you know, they can do kind of stuff that they can’t do in the UK anymore. They just don’t have the right right tools for the right people for it. So yeah, so I’m just thinking, Oh, my goodness, we I’ve had four kids in three years time. My last ones are also twins. oceans apart, similar timeline similar. Yes. Are there things Isn’t it incredible. And then we meet up this incredible mastermind that we’ve been in for two years together.
This is even more like it was so meant to be. I love
Juliette Karaman 08:55
it. But that’s the beauty about actually, you know, the way that I run my podcast is also I don’t have questions. I let it really just kind of run its course and see where we want to go and what wants to come forth at this moment because we’re only in the now and then to discover these new things about em like wow, I didn’t realise.
I know and we spent a week together in Mexico. We not know
Juliette Karaman 09:24
if we’re 17 other woman’s there were there were a lot of women it was it was quite quite interesting. You said something that two causes are really dear to your heart. So I want to just go there a little bit because I think there’s a story there. Hmm.
Well, let’s start with diabetes. My twins have type one diabetes. And that was really a shock. You know, they say type one is hereditary, but there’s no type one diabetes in my family. Only on my exes. And it, I just did not realise I mean, you know, it’s a terrible disease, but it is heartbreaking when you see this type one, which mostly is starts in childhood, bro. And you know, just to see what my kids go through and my gosh. And it’s life threatening, you know, like we’ve had several hospitalizations, you you know, there’s been a couple of seizures, you can go into a coma if you go too low, it’s extremely stressful. Like I wake up in the middle of the night, I’m constantly checking their sugar, because if they’re sleeping and they go too low, they can slip into a coma. Yeah, wow. How do you live like that? Like, how, how is that it’s just just so unfair, like, I don’t know, and to see children go through this, not being able to just go get ice cream and eat ice cream or candy and always have to worry about your health and teenage boys, you cannot tell them what to do. And like, don’t eat candy. Like they’re always out, like doing this stuff. And, you know, it’s just a constant challenge of trying to regulate their sugar. And it’s scary, because over time, it will get worse if they don’t take care of themselves. They’re 17 Now
Juliette Karaman 11:30
full on teenager just before manhood or in the cusp between both right still being a teenager, but actually actually young man already. And where it’s like, Yeah, Mommy, come on, you know, I’ll be fine. And that’s right. They also don’t want to be seen that they’re constantly taking care of themselves, but they kind of want to fit in with everyone. Right? Right.
Right. And it’s really just this year for me is about preparing them for university, you know, it’s just, they’re not going to be with me. So you’re gonna start drinking, and you’re gonna go to sleep at night and not charge your devices or, you know, change your insulin. And, you know, I’m doing all this in the middle of the night all the time. I’m like, Guys, we got to get this together. So a cure for diabetes would be just the biggest miracle and I think the most the greatest gift because this affects children. And it’s very different than type two diabetes. Type Two is curable. And it’s more of a lifestyle. Yeah, type one. That’s you just stuck with these cards, and it’s not curable right now.
Juliette Karaman 12:47
But it’s interesting, because I had a friend of mine when I was 19. And we went to the south of France together. And she always had her her pen with her and, you know, and kept on giving herself insulin. And for because I wasn’t surrounded with people like this. I didn’t know this at all, in my in my surrounding. So I was always really curious about and she would really watch out with what she was what she was eating, if she was drinking, how to you have to manage it at night. Were to be close to that. And really notice at that age, we were 1819. So Whoa, that is quite a responsibility to take on at that age.
Yeah, one that did at 12. The other and 14. So it’s been it’s been a rough go.
Juliette Karaman 13:39
Yeah, so that’s definitely added. Added a bit to your your, your role as mother.
Yeah. And then the local women’s shelter. So I think, you know, just drawing back from my history, with abusive relationships and other experiences that I’ve had through my life. And then finally, in my marriage, after I was with him for 24 years, you know, it was just a lot. And although I never I was fortunate enough to have the means to not need to use a shelter. Through my life. I’ve always donated to a woman shelter. I’ve always if I saw a woman in duress, I would stop I would help her like it was just always something drawing me to want to help I guess in that way. So I was fortunate, like I did not have to use a shelter, but there’s so many women that have nowhere to go. So these shelters are so important and they give you clothing they give you a place to stay a safe place. They’ll help take care of your children, help you find a job like it’s so important to help each other if you’re in a position to and so for me that At that causes really?
Juliette Karaman 15:03
It’s just close. Yeah. And it’s interesting, right? I love that idea of giving back. I mean, I’ve I’ve given back on my life as well. And I think, you know, when you are in this coaching self development field, your you know, you give, you’re an empath you give back, right, because we have gone through things in a certain way, we now have gotten the tools to help others. And it’s kind of like, it almost feels like it’s a duty, but I don’t really like that word. It kind of just feels like, okay, so this is, this is the reason why I went through it so that I can give back to others. And I can shorten the time that they have to go through. So they don’t have to take the long path, like I may have had to do or someone else may have to do, but they can just kind of shorten the path of pain or the path of, you know, finding themselves again, finding what works for them.
Yeah, that’s so beautiful. I got into coaching when I got divorced. And I started as a health coach, because I wanted to help my son who had just been diagnosed with diabetes. Like, this, isn’t it? And then I started the life coaching. And I was like, Yeah, and I started helping women who are in these situations. And then I just found it was just too close to me like it was I felt like I just wasn’t coming out of it. So I had to step away from that. Because I wasn’t able to move forward anymore. Like I did what I could but but now I’m more into like the emotional healing and just really feeling your feelings. And like that beautiful session you did with me.
Alright, if anyone needs a session? What was that where you called? Because that’s what that’s my
Juliette Karaman 16:55
rabbit roll. Wire restore. Method emits you know, I’ve been teaching therapists and coaches for four years how to remove their own limitations, their own trauma, their own stuckness their own energetic blocks to their higher self, right? Because I don’t want to call it like trauma, everything because not everything’s trauma. But just, you know, how can we just rewire ourselves so that we don’t have those energetic blocks? That’s fine. But we took from all points of view, right? And then it gets really thorough, and it’s like, Oh,
okay. I’ve never had anything like that before. That was really beautiful. And since then, I have been really at peace. And I’m, I’m really letting go. And I feel like everything is going to be okay. And I did have a couple of breakthroughs over the weekend. I shall tell you another time. But But yeah, it was just such a beautiful place to, to start with. And after that, and I’m somebody who does this work. And that was just really, really spectacular. So I love it. Thank you,
Juliette Karaman 18:07
of course. And that’s the thing, right? Over the years, I’ve gotten so many tools, and I just like combine them. And the funny thing is like, I’ve been trying to get this across as a certification. There’s something that’s keeping me back from it’s like, no, it’s not quite finished. You have to You’re you’re unlocking some more tools that will make it even more powerful. I’m like, okay. It will be next. Yeah. Yeah.
And it’s beautiful. Because there’s always more to do. And there’s always another way and what works for somebody might not work for somebody else. And just finding all of these different ways. It’s just really beautiful. Yeah.
Juliette Karaman 18:49
I love where we’re going. So what Tell me a little bit about the Healy device we had Jenny on here. I have a Haley device and I don’t always use it, I’ll be on.
Well, I have it right here. I did. You know, I made some healing necklaces.
Juliette Karaman 19:07
I saw their stuff from Haley
necklaces, because I don’t like to clip it onto my clothes and then it just like sags and so I was like, let me make a necklace. Let me see what I could do. And so you just kind of pop it in here. And you put it on and then like I’ll go to the gym or something. I’ll just tuck it in my shirts or just
Juliette Karaman 19:30
put it up on the on the camera, but I can’t see maybe our viewers can’t see Oh, there they go. Okay, I see you just slide it in there it looks
right in here. See, this is a old one. I lightened it up more I cut out the middle. So you just pop it right in there. And it’s on a beautiful 18 karat gold filled paperclip chain. You know it’s gold filled so it’s not going to tarnish it’s not gonna wear um and you could just wear it and like I just made it long enough so can just like pop in my shirt so I can hide it and it just looks like another chain I’m wearing, or you can just wear it out and it looks fine. So um I love the heli. I’ve been using it for like a year now. And I actually use it on my jewellery as well.
Juliette Karaman 20:18
So to ask a squat.
This is fun. So typically, if I’m making a piece of jewellery, I will like this as a handmade woven chain. It’s in 22, all woven. But while I’m leaving the chain, I’ll have to heli right next to me or on me, or right next to the jewellery and I’ll run a programme I’ll usually run coherence or bioenergetic booths, there’s some Alaskan gym programmes, it depends on what I’m feeling. And I’ll run it while I’m making the jewellery as well. And 22 chemicals is a very soft metal so it can handle the frequencies and absorbs the frequencies. So there’s our 12 o’clock whistle, do you hear it? I couldn’t control that. So the frequency, you know, it gets infused into the jewellery. So not only are you getting the energy from me and me picking the stones, and all that I pour into it, but like I do an added frequency to the jewellery as well. And if I’m doing custom pieces, I’ll run whatever programme you want, like so whatever works for you at that moment. If I’m just looking for a collection, I’ll pick you know, just intuitively which programme to run. But I love the heli I like I said, I’ve been using it for exactly a year now since last October. And I spent a lot of time going through all the programmes, running the programmes, doing it on my kids with their diabetes with sleep issues with anxiety, panic attacks. For myself, like I’m like you can, there’s so much to say about it. I’ve been doing it for a year and learning all the programmes. And now I’m finally at a place where I feel really strongly that every single person, every human, every animal can benefit from a heli, she can use it on animals to love. It has the scans your body and its original blueprint. And then it will come back with the top three places you’re most in resonance. So where you need the most from winding. And then you could go deeper and I’ll get more specific and then it will recommend programmes for you and constantly change the frequency as the programme is running. So it knows when you’ve had enough of one frequency and it switches it up and goes to another. It’s like magic. So super cool. One time I had a scratch cornea, and I ran the programme. And it came back I harmony. I was like no, it was an another time. I drank too much. And I ran a programme the next morning and it came back alcohol intake. That wasn’t a problem.
Juliette Karaman 23:20
And now how have you seen that it helped is been helping your son’s? Um,
I think it’s been amazing. Like, as far as, like one of them has a lot of like, he doesn’t regulate his emotions really well. So just really running through like a feel good system or there’s a well being soul. The whole gold cycle where it’s relaxed and release, like just letting go. You know, you can run these programmes and he, I have to say, and he’s been my biggest challenge. He’s the one I’m always talking about. He is he’s really good. Like, he catches himself now. I’m sure he got he still gets annoyed. He gets angry, but he doesn’t get as angry and it doesn’t last for as long. I don’t know what else to contribute it to because he does not really go to a therapist. He has me guiding him but he’s always had me guiding him. So the only different thing is using this device.
Juliette Karaman 24:32
Incredible. Yeah. Yeah,
and that’s something I’ve really noticed. Now um, I only have I have one healing and I have a gold cycle. It’s hard for me to do programmes on each of the kids. So I have to focus on one kid at a time because I only have one healing and I need to use it as well. But I use it for my skin like I run skin programmes every day. It has weight loss. It has his memory and focus and activation. So if you’re feeling like kind of stuck in work or you know, run an activation programme or a bioenergetic boost, and I feel great afterwards. And let me tell you the programme is wonderful for a hangover.
Juliette Karaman 25:20
So I love it because I hardly ever drink. But if I do then the next day, I’m like, oh, even one one glass of wine at the moment really affects me. So yeah, so that’s good to know. Okay, I will dig it out and actually start using it again every day. It’s just things right?
Yeah. And it also infuses you with vitamins. So it has hair and skin and so you can actually replace your multivitamins and do frequency. Like it’s amazing. And you’re doing something for your body. Your
Juliette Karaman 25:58
comfort, I hear it.
You’re interested in the healing I could do that too.
Juliette Karaman 26:06
Completely. So you are a woman of everything coaching. Really incredible, Julie? No, tell me you are in the middle of rebranding.
Oh, yes. Yeah, so that came you know, this is all about like, being open I think and just like your mindset in general, and but I probably never would have decided to rebrand because I’ve always been against it. And people through time have said to me, change the name, change the name, it’s hard to remember. So my company names like on almost everything has changed, but Instagram is still the same because of that meta verified, you have to wait a certain amount of time before you can make changes. So it was called to Gili designs and I love that name. And it was Tony and Jean Elisa, me and my sisters. And I think it’s beautiful to Chile. It’s just has a nice flow. But nobody can remember it and everyone pronounces it wrong and they say to Gilly and I don’t like to get that doesn’t sound pretty to me. And then when people are trying to find me, my name isn’t in the company. So I decided to change it to Lisa Leone jewellery. Nice. And yeah, it kind of rolls and it has my name in it and my mother’s maiden name is still young. So I always had a really strong connection to my mother’s side of the family and I love that name. So I decided I just took off the DI and I just wrote Lisa Leone jewellery. So I love that
Juliette Karaman 27:45
I love it. So by the time that this airs which will probably be in six eight weeks you will probably be found under Lisa Leone right?
Changed my everything else has changed with just the Instagram so far but yes, by then it’ll definitely be changed.
Juliette Karaman 28:06
Perfect. So why don’t you let our listeners know exactly where they can find you.
So on Instagram, at this time, it will be Elisa Leone jewellery. on Facebook. It is just Lisa Cheatham and then for Healy or anything frequency related its frequency alignment Yeah, amazing. website.com Lisa
Juliette Karaman 28:39
lian.com And that’s where all your jewellery is on as well. Where do people find your jewellery? Like say I’m in the UK? Can I go on your website and to find some stuff? Absolutely. Please do. No no know. Like I Lux here’s the website darling.
And I love that ring he gave you that’s right up my alley. I love that style. Yes, that’s gorgeous. Gorgeous.
Juliette Karaman 29:11
Lovely. This has been super super cool. People can find your stuff on Instagram you have you you show very much like a lot of reels and how you’re doing stuff. How you put it together how you layer it because that I wanted to just chat about before we finish. Like I love layering generally. I mean I love layering clothes. I love layering perfumes I love layering Julie I never just work well. With rings. I usually just wear one but I used to have loads of them and now I’m just out to one but surely necklaces. I know Look at that. I love it. But there’s things are beautiful. They’re so stackable, right they’re just super cool. You don’t have any on your thumbs.
I do have some rings but I didn’t put them on if figured you know 27 rings and on a normal day it’s like 17 for fun but yeah layering you want I mean layering I love layering as well and I love like switching up between like I’ll take like little delicate necklaces like this they’re not attached and you know just different chains so like this one was a paperclip chain this is more of a delicate chain and make it a little bit longer like I like to mix the the thicknesses of the chains when you’re layering but I don’t think you can wear too many. So like I’m wearing this really thick one and then a very thin one but a lot of times I’ll wear like this with this and then maybe a paperclip chain as well and just but you can’t go wrong and I think as long as you have the right length exactly you know then that works really well I think what’s really nice is to have like pre layered things for people who kind of feel a little uncomfortable with doing their own layering an example for for another client where I just did it for her the layers and attached it so she’d never have to worry about it.
Juliette Karaman 31:16
Oh that’s super cool to see you just have one necklace that you put on but it has lots of different layers. Yeah, yeah,
she’ll find doing custom work for somebody I’ll do stuff like that. Yeah, I also will sell your gold for you and putting towards a new piece is really kind of fun or repurpose old jewellery. That’s fun to do.
Juliette Karaman 31:36
Oh, that is actually really cool. Yeah. I didn’t know that. I should have done that before. That I wasn’t doing anything with and I just sorted at auction at one point I’m like God just get rid of it.
Yeah, like like I had a strand of pearls from somebody and we made a gorgeous pearl necklace that like show where every day now instead of just the simple like boring strand like like modern make it a little bit more modern added twist and you know here you have this beautiful piece that now is not sitting in your drawer anymore.
Juliette Karaman 32:15
That’s true repurposing the old stuff which which has sentimental value usually then you can wear it again. So what I did when my mother passed away I read did all her thing she gave me this beautiful like tone for my hair and I don’t wear my hair up that much and with diamonds and everything and so I made it into choker. Which just kind of work works better for me. Yeah, I guess. Please, this has been a delight. I am so happy that we had a chat and we went everywhere and people are going to follow units around please do because it’s credible to watch her her make these incredible pieces. And I love how you’re giving back to the world how you are as a mom how you are as a human being. Thank you so much for being
you are the best. I love you so much so much. Thank you for having
Juliette Karaman 33:15
Okay for bye