Soul Explorer was inspired by Patricia’s client explorations of their past lives out of curiosity, understanding or healing. Yet, something else occurred as well, their innate remembrance of something more. One client’s fear of heights lead her to discover a past unlike anything she could have imagined including unfinished business, healing from abuse, and historical validations. From others, bridging the past to the future resulted in healing not only mentally, emotionally, and spiritually, but also physically.
“Truly a gifted writer and spiritually guided by a higher power. A must have read.”
“FASCINATING! A fantastic read – I didn’t want to put the book down! The author does a great job explaining past life regression and gives many examples from her clients. She ties the stories to the healing her clients have enjoyed (phobias dissolving, health issues resolved, better understanding of themselves, peace of mind, etc.). Such an intriguing topic and very well written.”
“Wow. Wow. Wow. Loved it! I would recommend it to anyone! ”
“This is a riveting book on the reality of Past Lives and how they influence our present life, choices, issues, and why we attract people, places, and circumstances into our lives. Patricia has researced every one of her clients “stories” only to find real definitive proof of existence. An amazing piece of “real life” work.
“Having read McGivern’s first book (Angel Babies), I was anxious to read about her recent work with past life regressions. This is a fascinating and compelling look at former selves and the impact these experiences have on current incarnations. It was particularly interesting that several clients were able to find evidence of their previous lives. Perhaps, most importantly, clients were able to identify events from previous lives that were causing problems now and find understanding, relief, and healing. What a blessing!”
“A mind and soul expanding book, written in an easy and enjoyable way to read. I have been a client of the author and she is magnificent in her talents and as a person. This book is both fun to read and comforting.”