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Personal Empowerment with Karyn Finley Thompson and Paul Amirault

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Thursday April 3rd, 2014, 1pm EDT, Jean Maurie and Maggie Lukowski are excited to be celebrating our one year anniversary with Karyn Finley Thompson and Paul Amirault.  Karyn has been an actress, ballerina, hang glider pilot, TV producer and editor. She's worked on Good Morning America, The Aquarius Theater, Nickelodeon and has worked with Seth McFarlane on "Family Guy". Karyn's spiritual journey landed her in McCaysville, Ga at Delphi University where she received a Masters degree in Metaphysics.   A lifelong spiritual journey has seasoned her life in many ways and currently focuses on color and sound healing along with the Tarot.  Karyn is a producer and editor for TLC's "Sister Wives."

Paul is a television producer by trade and a spiritualist and energy healer by vocation.  TV shows he’s produced include “The Amazing Race,” “Guinness World Records: Primetime,” “Kids Say the Darndest Things,” and the long-running HGTV home makeover series “Over Your Head.”  His latest project is “Deadly Wives” for the LMN network.

Paul’s interest in spirituality came about as a result of his TV work.   In the mid-90s, he underwent a past-life regression and experienced a life aboard the ill-fated RMS Titanic.  His book about the experience, entitled “The Man Who Sent the SOS,” is in final stages of editing and is expected to be published later this year.  

In 2008, while developing a reality show centered around mediumship development, Paul enrolled at Delphi University in McCaysville, GA, where it’s safe to say that his mind was completely blown!  At Delphi’s picturesque campus Paul discovered a gift for energy healing, and has since been attempting to incorporate his new passion with his work-a-day world. 

 

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