Louise was a child of the northern prairie and of the big blue sky. She wrote her first poems at the age of eight, and by the time she had reached her forties, she was passionately absorbed in writing, and composing music and songs. Louise was a multi-lingual retired teacher and traveler who has long been inspired by the beauty and the curiosities of our world, the nature of mind and consciousness, and the potential that lies within and beyond these. Since 2012, her exploration of consciousness included attendance at a number of workshops at the Monroe Institute.
Louise lived in Edmonton, Alberta, with her husband, Stuart Capstick. Then Came the Voice, a collection in three volumes (Callings, Petals, and Wording), was her first publication.
“And one day, coming as we will from the future,
will we be honoured to meet ourselves?” - Louise Stefanía Decosse