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Heeding Our Inner Voice: The Gift of Intuition with Roland Comtois

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Do you pay attention to the messages of your Inner Voice? Do you follow your intuition some of the time, most of the time or all of the time? Our instincts are gifts bestowed upon us before we came to this present incarnation. In many cultures, we accept that our inner voice emanates from that part of us that is connected to the universal whole and which seems to “know” things before we do. It may warn us of impending danger or give us insight; it can make us feel drawn to people we have just met or make us uncomfortable. If we believe in the afterlife, why can’t we communicate with those who have past?

Many believe they don’t have special gifts, but they are certainly there; they just need to be developed. A psychic medium is one who developed their gifts over a number of lifetimes, and in this lifetime they share those gifts with others to help them rediscover peace.

Life is all about eternal connections…from the relationships we share every day to the love that transcends time through eternal memories that have the power to change lives. Each of us has the ability to tap into those heart-to-soul connections for messages of hope and love whenever we need them. You only need to look inside…and remember.

Roland Comtois (pronounced KOM-TWAH) is an expert on the Inner Voice, what we often refer to as intuition or gut instinct. An internationally acclaimed psychic medium, channel and speaker, Roland is the bestselling author of And Then There Was Heaven: A Journey of Hope and Love  and 16 Minutes…When One Breath Ends, Another Begins. Roland’s mission is to bring absolute acceptance and understanding of everlasting life and the existence of heaven to as many people as possible.

www.RolandComtois.net

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