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What is UniphiHearts?
UniPhiHearts is just getting started! We are two women who share similar goals and passionate aspirations for a better world and want to speak it freely loud and clear, through profoundly inspiring “Messages on Merchandise”. It is through awareness and being informed, using ‘memes’, poetry, artful designs and the written word, that we can help bring about necessary changes on this beloved Earth ~ Welcome!

Our mission is to reawaken humanity to its soullific brilliance, planting healthy seeds for new beginnings and fuelling positive growth together. Changing life with bigger visions with like hearts and minds. 

Soul = “A substantial entity believed to be that in each person which lives, feels, thinks, and wills, emotional part of a person, coming from or belonging to the sea, soul family, musical frequency
ific = connection


Welcome!  Well, who are we? We are two women from Canada and Arizona who teamed up with the intent to share knowledge and heartfelt inspirations with our fellow humans, offering and inviting engagements with one another for productive conversations by simply “Wearing the Message”. Something very cool happens when you wear these powerful words and artistic designs out in the world. They are catalysts for rich conversations and new friends. All the thumbs up, high fives and smiles remind you you’re not alone. 

Pamela Leigh Richards

I was born by chance of America, I am by nature of all. Poet, writer, published author, conscious being, explorer of sound and sonics, wounded healer, world traveller, artist, experiencer of many facets of life, totally into the cosmos, kindness, love, peace, animal communicator, visionary.

Multimedia Designer

Citizen of the universe, Paty is a lifelong learner with a thirst for knowledge and a desire to explore the mysteries of the universe and become a better version of herself. As a designer, she is drawn to the intricate patterns of sacred geometry present in nature, and recognizes its inherent beauty and balance as reflection of the macrocosmos.