Suzanne Giesemann is an evidential medium, author, teacher and speaker. Her mission is to help people realize who and what they are and that life is eternal.
Suzanne is a retired U.S. Navy Commander who served as a commanding officer and aide to the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff. She now serves humanity as a verified evidential medium and messenger of hope. She is the founder and teacher of The Awakened Way SM – a path to knowing who you are and why you’re here. Suzanne is the author of 13 books, and an inspirational teacher and speaker. She has been a keynote presenter for organizations including Edgar Cayce’s Association for Research and Enlightenment, the Academy for Spiritual and Consciousness Studies, the Afterlife Research and Education Institute, and the International Association for Near-Death Studies. She has led weekend retreats at well-known spiritual centers including Omega Institute, The Monroe Institute, Lily Dale Assembly, and Unity Village. Suzanne has written and narrated the popular “Mediumship” series of Hemi-Sync recordings. Suzanne’s gift of evidential mediumship has been tested and proven. Her work has been recognized as highly credible by noted afterlife researchers and organizations. She is a teacher of mediumship and is included in the list of faculty teaching on The Shift Network. Whether in her books and recordings, her classes and workshops, her “Messages of Hope” Unity Online Radio show, or her one-on-one sessions, Suzanne brings messages of hope, healing, and love that go straight to the heart and illuminate the light of self-awareness within
IN THIS EPISODE, KRISTI TALKS ABOUT:
- 3 aspects for living The Awakened Way.
- Love guides us to experience our humanness and fosters a curiosity that leads us home.
- The end is not written.
- Trust the snags – the nudges to choose again.
KRISTI ASKS SUZANNE THESE QUESTIONS:
- What is the difference between knowing and evidence?
- How can we become more aware in our everyday life?
- What is meant by the human story?
You can reach Suzanne at firstname.lastname@example.org
Comments and questions are welcome.