Suzanne Giesemann, former Aide to the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, and now acclaimed author and psychic medium, will deliver three exciting presentations on January 24 and 25, 2014.
Friday, January 24, 2014 at 7:30 PM to 9:30 PM, Messages of Hope, A Chris Lavelle Film, will be shown. A film event that will touch your soul, this documentary is based on Suzanne’s true story of transformation that has captivated audiences. Participants can ask questions about the afterlife, hear the rest of the story, and get books signed following the discussion. Cost: $10. For more information and to purchase tickets, visit: http://www.UnityofFairfax.org/Suzanne-Giesemann
About Suzanne Giesemann
Suzanne Giesemann is a former Navy Commander who served as a Commanding Officer and aide to the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff at the Pentagon on 9/11. She has traveled to 54 countries, flown on Air Force One with the President, and helped depose a dictator. During this time, she never dreamed that she would one day connect with the unseen world, but she would later experience one of the most unique career transitions ever – a career transition that spans dimensions.
Now a teacher and presenter in the field of spirituality and human empowerment, Suzanne focuses on verifiable evidence of an expanded reality to bring hope, healing and comfort through her work. She teaches people how to live a heart-centered life and let go of any fear of death.
After years of meditation and intense personal experiences of loss, Suzanne began to have intuitive experiences. These led her to develop her contact with the unseen world to the point that she has now given over 600 one-on-one evidential readings. One of her clients, Dr. Wayne W. Dyer has said this about her:
“I have had sessions with Suzanne and I genuinely respect and admire her skills. She will touch you from a God-realized place, so pay close attention”.
The story of Suzanne’s transition from Navy Commander to her current work as an intuitive counselor is chronicled in her memoir, Messages of Hope, which is featured in a documentary by the same name.
For more information on Suzanne Giesemann, visit her website: www.LoveAtTheCenter.com (http://www.LoveAtTheCenter.com/)