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Clairvoyance, Clairaudience and Clairsentience

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Audrey Eve is a spiritual seeker and healer. This is manifested in her work as an author, in healing from diagnoses of Lupus and Rheumatoid Arthritis taught her valuable lessons that have benefited others: • How to set boundaries in life • Different ways to honor yourself • The importance of moving beyond toxic relationships 12 years ago she created an intention to help people and provide them with a greater sense of well-being. Soon after, during her meditations she found that she was transcribing messages that transcend everyday consciousness. As the author of "Messages from a Godly Place: Spiritual Insights for a Challenging World," She had the pleasure to present as a motivational and inspirational speaker before live audiences and through broadcast media. For over 20 years she has been providing her clients with intuitive consultations using clairvoyance, clairaudience, and clairsentience. She has received training in Theta Healing techniques and has found that this profound modality works beautifully with the other aspects of her practice. As a professional artist, many of her clients enjoy receiving colorful drawings that reflect the content of their consultations. Audrey’s work as an artist has blessed her with new insights into her own journey. She is grateful for the awards that she has won for her paintings and sculpture, and continues to reflect upon new ways to create artwork that is spiritually meaningful. In her mandala art workshops, students work with professional art materials as they tap into their own creative process. Audrey is a graduate student studying to become a licensed counseling therapist. Her vision is to integrate her spiritual work with traditional therapy and expressive modalities such as art therapy, psychotherapy and dance therapy.

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