Close-Up Talk Radio spotlights Laurel Geise, author of The Jesus Seeds

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St. Petersburg, FL – All of us as human beings have asked the great questions of ourselves: Who am I? Why am I here? How can I serve? What gifts can I offer? Too often we compartmentalize our spirituality, but our soul is the only thing that can guide us through the expansion and expression of who we are as we move through life.

Laurel Geise is an inspirational speaker, teacher, spiritual mentor and the author of The Jesus Seeds: Igniting Your Soul-Guided Life. To live a soul-guided life is to consciously connect with the wisdom of our soul to align our life and act on that guidance to bring forth our true purpose.

“I believe from the moment we’re born it is our birthright to move into higher states of awareness,” says Geise. “My purpose is to empower people and support them as they move through that process by teaching them very simple techniques to consciously connect with that wisdom, align their life and act on it.”

Have you been called? Have you felt that deep longing that there’s more to life and more to express and more to give? Did you listen to the call? Most of the time the answer is “No.” From our first breath there’s an impulse of the soul to guide us down our true path, but through our conditioning we suppress this impulse. When we’re called to our greater purpose, it can mean change in our lives, our career or our relationships. Geise helps people move through whatever fear they may be having to flourishing in their life.

The Jesus Seeds: Igniting Your Soul-Guided Life is for anyone who is looking for something more in life, someone who has been called but maybe hasn’t responded to the call,” says Geise. “I see that this is my purpose, to be here to support others as they take that step because it takes a lot of courage.”

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