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Hunt Henion, Author, Coach

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Hunt Henion spent over forty years constantly studying and contemplating the workings of life. First, he was initiated into Transcendental Meditation.  Then he practiced Buddhism; then studied Eckankar, “the religion of the light and sound of God,” serving as a member of their clergy for six years.  He finally earned his PhD in Religious Studies. Combining traditional research with specific questions asked through a trans-channel have resulted in four books in the last five years.

Once, in channeling, he was told that he was the crazy old man who was Cervantes’s model for Don Quixote.  That triggered a flood of past life memories. Hunt’s appreciation for Quixote’s perspective and his desire to set the record straight about that character resulted in the writing of “The Don Q Point of View”

When Henion asked more specific questions about his past and the history and future of mankind, he got a unique perspective on that too.  The subject of “Looking, Seeing & Knowing.”

After being blessed with all this insight and perspective, Henion went back to his first manuscript, (winning a Reader View’s book of the year award) as "The Big Fake-out, the illusion of limits.”     

All three of these books are different aspects of the perspective that grew after meeting Danna and having regular channeling sessions. They all tell spiritual stories from history, his present life and past lives, and they all reveal hidden truths in uniquely heart warming ways.

Hunt Henion writes for the Examiner on the National level.  His column is on "Practical Spirituality."  He has written four books and has a PhD in Religious Studies

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