Presenting on how transpersonal journaling help heal unfinished business with her mother and daughter after they died.
New York, NY: Her presentation focuses on how transpersonal journaling helped to heal unfinished business with her mother and daughter after they died. The message of the book stresses forgiveness and unconditional love as the ultimate healing of broken-hearts.
The IWWG panel of authors will present at:
The Scandinavian House, 58 Park Ave., NYC, on Sunday, April 17, to members and guests.
About Lo Anne Mayer
Lo Anne has studied various forms of healing for thirty years. Raising her six children was catalytic for studying nutrition, charismatic healing, therapeutic touch, the mind-body connection, and various forms of meditation. She is a student of a “Course in Miracles” and Edgar Cayce as well as a reiki master. As a certified teacher of Louise Hay’s “Healing Your Life” course, she taught the course for twelve years, which led to private consultations.
Inspired by her training with Alma Daniel to teach “Angel Meditation”, Lo Anne produced and hosted a television show entitled “Angels at Work,” which emphasized the good works of ordinary people, as well as writing her own course entitled, “Choosing Joy: How to Create a Joy-filled Life.” The deaths of her mother and her daughter inspired Lo Anne to try to reach beyond the veil for understanding and acceptance.
As a result of her successful experience in connecting with her lost loved ones through meditation and journaling, she wrote her first book, entitled Celestial Conversations Healing Relationships After Death. Lo Anne tested her process of reaching beyond the veil with individuals over the past year. With the encouragement of her participants, she hopes to help others find the acceptance and peace she found through Celestial Conversations.
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