Caroline Myss – Spiritual Direction – Pebbles in the Well -Learning to Listen to Your Soul

About Caroline Myss

Born December 2, 1952 / Chicago, Illinois, USA / Teacher, Author, Medical Intuitive, Mystic. Caroline Myss is an International workshop leader, lecturer, and teacher dedicated to creating educational programs in the fields of human consciousness, spirituality and mysticism, energy anatomy, health, energy medicine, and the science of medical intuition. She describes herself as a medical intuitive and Mystic. She is an American author of numerous books and audiotapes, including five New York Times Best Sellers: Anatomy of the Spirit (1996), Why People Don’t Heal and How They Can (1998), Sacred Contracts (2002), Invisible Acts of Power (2004), Entering The Castle (2007), and Defy Gravity (2009). Her most recent book, Archetypes: Who Are You? was published in 2013. Myss is a pioneer in educating the public on the field of energy medicine and human consciousness. She holds degrees in Journalism, theology, and intuition and energy medicine. Her work bridges our ancient understanding of the human energy system, the chakras, and current scientific study of how our thoughts influence our bodies and our lives. She penetrates a hidden world and shows where spiritual power really comes from, and how to bring it into our lives today for health, guidance, and transformation. Myss has hosted and been a guest on numerous television and radio shows including Oprah’s Super Soul Sunday and several T.V. specials based on her work. In 2003, Caroline Myss established CMED, an educational institute that offers programs on sacred contracts, energy anatomy, energy medicine, and mysticism. Myss also maintains a rigorous international workshop and lecture schedule and continues a consultation practice as a medical intuitive with physicians, psychiatrists, psychologists, and other health practitioners. For more information go to Myss | Education in spirituality, mysticism, and energy medicine.

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