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The D-Spot: Gini Gentry—Dreaming Heaven

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Occasionally outrageous, always inspirational speaker and
master teacher Gini Gentry’s thoroughly up-to-date, fresh and fabulous female take on the truth-seeker’s journey places Dreaming Down Heaven in the forefront of the personal growth movement.

Gini Gentry worked side-by-side with world-renowned Toltec master don Miguel Ruiz for fourteen years—first as his manager and student, and later as his sole teaching partner. During this time, she earned the title of Nagual Woman, the female spiritual leader of the Toltec Eagle Knight Lineage. As Ruiz’s manager, she served as content editor and marketing consultant for his New York Times best-selling book The Four Agreements, an instant classic enthusiastically endorsed by Oprah.

Gentry is the author of the amazon.com’s bestselling book-within-a-book Dreaming Down Heaven - a revolutionary new take on the personal growth genre that combines accessible nonfiction with illuminating fiction. Dreaming Down Heaven presents twelve life-changing keystones to awakening and, through entertaining fiction, brings them into three dimensional reality. Together, the nonfiction and fiction presentations of Gentry's powerful teachings provide the knowledge necessary to surmount fear, awaken to self-love, and step into a life of outrageous joy.
Gentry’s charismatic personality and unique voice have made her a well-known figure in the personal growth world, with close connections to leaders such as Dannion Brinkley, Dr. Eric Pearl, Dr. Larry Dossey, don Miguel Ruiz, and Lynn Andrews. She is a principal in the forthcoming film Dreaming Heaven which documents a recent spiritual journey she led to Teotihuacan, Mexico.
 

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