LOS ANGELES, CA, February 09, 2013 /24-7PressRelease/
-- The "I See Your Soul Mate" book is a remarkable step-by-step guide to finding your soul mate which brings a fresh perspective to love. According to author Sue Frederick, an intuitive since childhood, we've all come here to accomplish a great mission through our work. Honoring who we came here to be opens the door to allow our soul mate to stand beside us. Frederick teaches how to use intuitive recognition as a flawless guide to love through your own powerful reinvention.
"Sue Frederick gives us a new and fresh perspective to finding our soul mate. Her work helps us access our inner guidance and use it to powerfully navigate our lives - whether we're manifesting our true work or finding our greatest love." Peggy McColl, New York Times Best-Selling Author
As a professional career counselor, life coach, and an intuitive since childhood, Sue draws upon dreams, ancient numerology, powerful intuition, and conversations with spirits to help you see your soul mate. Author Sue Frederick's work has been featured in the New York Times, CNN.com, Real Simple, Yoga Journal, Natural Health and Complete Woman Magazines. She's been a guest on more than 200 radio shows and numerous TV shows including Bridging Heaven & Earth. http://www.CareerIntuitive.org
Sue was born in New Orleans, and says "I'm an intuitive, and I see the great potential in everyone. When I work with clients, I see their gifts and potentials; what they came here to do; the careers they would love; and how and when their soul mate will arrive. This information comes to me as photographic images and strong messages that I transmit directly to my clients. Sometimes I see my client's departed loved ones, who come to the session to offer career guidance. This joining of two seemingly disconnected worlds--the divine realms and the world of work--seems to be my particular talent. I was born in New Orleans to a French Cajun mother who came from a long line of women with "the gift." I inherited a double dose of telepathy, clairvoyance and precognition from her and her mother, and on back through generations of Degas women. These unusual gifts were nurtured by the mysterious city of my childhood. In the haunted alleys of the French Quarter, most everybody gives respect to the "unseen" world in some form or other: voodoo, Catholicism, psychics, vampires, Mardi Gras. My early years were flavored with this spicy magic, from my Grandpa's stories of the swirling Mississippi River to the unforgettable images I absorbed in the dark recesses of Crescent City life. I thrived on the rhythms of my crazy Cajun ancestors."
As Sue tells it owning her intuitive gift was a journey of many years and trials. Her intuition has become a most powerful tool she uses to help others. "One of my strongest experiences in confirming the power of the unseen realm began in 1978, when I met and married a fellow mountaineer, Paul Frederick. We were crazy in love and planning a family when, at only 35 years old, he was diagnosed with colon cancer and given two weeks to live. From the moment of his diagnosis, we were determined to overcome it. We explored conventional and alternative healing methods, and quickly became immersed in energy work, visualization, herbal medicine and Native American medicine. Paul was part Cherokee, so his mother provided us with books and healers from the Native American tradition. She got us an audience with a famous Sioux healer, Chief Fools Crow."
Sue's life took a turn as Paul's health deteriorated; she experienced many extraordinary other-realm experiences with him. Chief Fools Crow became Paul's constant dream companion. Paul awoke each morning with a new story to report about something Fools Crow had taught him the night before. The most dramatic was Paul's sudden ability to speak Lakota, the language of the Sioux. In the last few weeks before he died, Paul woke up singing a Lakota death song every morning. He said Fools Crow taught him two songs--one to deal with the pain and one to help him die. When the doctors heard this strange singing, they thought he was either speaking in "tongues" or was delirious, and they reported this in his medical charts. In college, Sue had studied Native American history and was very familiar with the language of Lakota; she knew exactly what he was singing.
On a rainy summer day in July 1980, Paul slipped into a coma. For nearly 24 hours, the accumulated stress of the past year washed over Sue and, eventually, she fell asleep on the floor. As soon as she dozed off, Paul appeared in front of her. He was smiling and quite happy. He touched Sue's arm and said, "Don't worry. I'm free. But what are you waiting for? You said I could die in your arms." Sue awoke with a jolt and cleared everyone out of the room. Paul's mother and Sue stood on either side of him. They rubbed his arms and legs and told him it was okay to go now--that they wanted him to be free. They told him to leave his body and fly out into the soothing summer rain storm.
As soon as they spoke those words, Paul's breathing changed. He took one long peaceful sigh, and his spirit left his body. Sue saw it leave as clearly as you can see your hand in front of your face. It was an image she'll never forget. It was Paul's gift to her. She could never again doubt the spirit world or her ability to see it. That final moment was a confirmation of what she was here to do. She realized for the first time that we are all in charge of how and when we die - even how and when we take our last breaths. And she knew with every cell in my body, that death was only a passage of the spirit into the unseen realms.
Today, Sue is abundantly grateful for her work, which is her passion. Her intuitive gifts are finally free and utilized often in all her sessions with clients, groups as well as her frequent interview on television and radio. The images and dreams that have always guided Sue are now guiding others through this work. Today, Sue lives with her husband/soul mate Gene and their two teen aged kids in Colorado.
To learn more, listen to Debbi Dachinger as she interviews Sue Frederick on Dare to Dream radio, listen via podcast at: http://www.deborahdachinger.com/interview-archives. Debbi's Dare to Dream radio show is a syndicated, multi-award winning program, featured in news sources around the world. Dachinger is a bestselling author, keynote speaker and media personality. Dare to Dream radio airs live on the following stations: Indie 100 (out of Burbank, CA), the Morning Inspiration show: Wed-Fri 9-11 AM PT, and SAT & SUN 11 AM - 1 PM PT, and syndicates on WROM Radio (Detroit), WHTB (Massachusetts) and Butterfly Radio (Florida).
Debbi Dachinger's "Dare to Dream" radio show is a syndicated, multi-award winning program. It's been featured in online news sources around the world. Author of the three-time bestselling book "Dare to Dream: This Life Counts," Debbi is often heard as an interview guest on other radio and TV shows; in addition, Debbi is an inspirational keynote speaker and a spokeswoman on panels. "Dare to Dream" radio enlightens and entertains listeners in an exciting paradigm that intertwines metaphysics with a talk show format. It's a show that's needed as people are moving towards new ways of living and doing business and desiring tools to make their passions, goals and dreams come true. "Dare to Dream" is very popular with a large listener following (2.7 million listeners per episode). Hear "Dare to Dream" radio live worldwide or on by podcast: http://www.deborahdachinger.com (and on iTunes).---
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