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Reno, NV – We are all spirits in human bodies. Our spirit is eternal.

Before we assume a body and our life begins, our spirit makes an agreement: a soul contract. These are lessons our soul is destined to learn in this lifetime regardless of our choices and free will.

Samantha Fe can help guide you toward discovering who you are as a spirit. As a psychic medium, Samantha can read the energetic frequencies around us and translate those frequencies into words to help us better understand our purpose.

Samantha says she first discovered her psychic abilities at 12 years old when she was suddenly thrust into an intense past life memory. For years she did whatever she could to turn it off, but at 23 she finally decided to pay more attention to her gifts and move through the experiences in her life that had caused her pain.

Today, Samantha’s intention is centered on healing, reflecting and receiving. Each reading is designed to help you uncover and reveal your own answers; this is where the healing takes place so you can begin to experience personal growth as an individual and a spirit

Samantha says her clients all share a desire for change and a desire for growth. They typically meet with her because they’re curious what she can see beyond, but she also brings the skills of a certified life coach: holding their hand through the process and holding them accountable. She says so much more transformation is possible when she and the client trust each other and can be vulnerable with each other.

“I’ve always had an internal drive toward something more,” says Samantha. “To bear witness to the transformation in my clients toward loving themselves, there’s nothing in this world that feels better."

For more information on Samantha Fe, visit www.samanthafe.com

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