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Messages of Hope: The Metaphysical Memoir of a Most Unexpected Medium Paperback – September 11, 2011
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"I have had sessions with Suzanne and I genuinely respect and admire her skills. She will touch you from a God-realized place, so pay close attention." Dr. Wayne W Dyer
"To finish this book and not believe in a spiritual world in which our loved ones continue to exist and watch over us is, in a word, impossible." -William C. Hammond, author
About the Author
Hay House author Suzanne Giesemann is a psychic-medium and metaphysical teacher focusing on personal excellence and spiritual growth. She is a former Navy Commander who served for twenty years, including duty as a Commanding Officer, Special Assistant to the Chief of Naval Operations, and Aide to the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff on 9/11.Suzanne's books include The Priest and the Medium, Conquer Your Cravings, It's Your Boat Too, and Living a Dream. She co-authored with internationally acclaimed medium Janet Nohavec Janet's how-to book of evidential mediumship, Where Two Worlds Meet. An avid adventurer, Suzanne and her husband sailed their 46-foot sloop across the Atlantic Ocean to Turkey. She now dedicates her time to sharing the comforting messages of mediumship with the widest possible audience. Suzanne shares spirit-inspired messages from her daily meditations on her blog, SanayaSays.com. For more information about Suzanne, visit SuzanneGiesemann.com.
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"When Commander Suzanne Geisemann, former U.S. Navy commanding officer and aide to the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff who walked the halls of the Pentagon and flew on Air Force One, she did everything by the book. A personal witness to the horrors of 9/11, she saw things in black and white, with little time for spiritual seeking. Never did she expect that a personal family tragedy would propel her on a mystical journey that would turn her life's path in a most unexpected direction.. . . .her remarkable story will leave readers with the comforting and credible message that life is not all there is." Incredible, and now, full-time teacher/mentor traveling the U.S. in an RV with her husband TY and with two dachshunds, Suzanne's books, lectures, seminars, and workshops are requested the world over. Provocative and Excellent read!
Suzanne Giesemann is the,most,totally reliable medium I have ever read about and her book started me on further.investigation of life after death.
When reading Suzanne's book, I was astounded as it was almost like reading my own experience and book with the names, places, and incidents differing. We are continents apart.... Suzanne in the USA and I am in South Africa. It confirmed to me that Spirits do contact us and want us to acknowledge them .. I already knew from my son Michael who was murdered in 2007 in an armed robbery but it was so comforting to read Suzanne's story and have my story validated. Right up to the part where she chooses to go into mediumship, our stories run on a parallel path but where I did a course on becoming a medium, I decided that I did not have the confidence to go it alone, I would rather pay someone and be able to validate the signs that Mike was indeed coming through to me and it was not just wishful thinking. Once again at the end of her book, she finishes by saying that she has written the book in the hopes that others experiencing the same depth of grief , will be helped by seeing that their loved one is still with them. I wrote my book for exactly the same reason and I also state it at the end.
Where we differ: Susan is a seasoned Authoress [ I had already read her book about the Priest and the Medium} , I am not. This is my first book and it is a story that I felt compelled to write. I would love to be able to contact her.