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About Seeing the Dead, Talking with Spirits
• Explains how reconnecting with our inner sense of joy is the first step in healing
• Shows how to rid our life of the traumas from the past that hinder our spiritual development, including unresolved traumas from past lives
• Provides a roadmap that others can use for rediscovering their own connections to the spirit world
Like many others who have discovered that they have a healing vocation, Alexandra Leclere began meeting with other healers and shamans to learn how to put her gift to use. At one of these gatherings she was shocked to find that she was the only one who could see the spirit of a deceased woman that was being honored there--a sign that marked the beginning of a remarkable adventure that taught her how to use her gift for healing herself and others.
Despite the extraordinary powers of clairsentience and clairvoyance revealed to her through her work with the spirit world, Alexandra Leclere shows that the greatest gift she has received since her shamanic awakening is the ability to experience unconditional joy. Often the pain caused by unresolved psychological traumas from the past--including past lives--is the key obstacle restricting access to the powers offered by the spirits. The first step in healing requires reconnecting with the joy that resides within us. Once this connection has been established, we are all capable of restoring our connection to the spirit world. Alexandra Leclere’s story provides a roadmap for finding our way back.
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Praise for Seeing the Dead, Talking with Spirits
Robert Moss, author of The Dreamer’s Book of the Dead and Dreamways of the Iroquois
Kathryn Price, WomensRadio.com, Oct 2006
Eva Yaa Asantewaa
Lee Prosser, Ghostvillage.com, Jan 2006
"Alexandra asserts that we can all develop healing and shamanistic skills. It is a matter of right attitude, intent, belief, and love for the self and others. Recommended for budding as well as practicing shamans."
Jennifer Hoskins, New Dawn Magazine, Issue 115, Jul/Aug 2009