Suzanne Giesemann is an evidential medium who provides stunning evidence of life after death. A spiritual teacher and the author of twelve books, she is a former U.S. Navy Commander who served as a commanding officer, special assistant to the Chief of Naval Operations, and as aide to the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff.
I have personally taken her Serving Spirit Class where she teaches people to be able to create their own connection to spirit. I also just got her new meditations where she combines Hemi-Sync to help create the connection.
Suzanne’s gift of communication with those on the other side has been recognized as highly credible by noted afterlife researchers. Whether in her books, her classes and workshops, or her one-on-one sessions, she brings messages of hope, healing, and love that go straight to the heart.
I didn't realize that this kind of emptiness that I felt inside a lot was a spiritual emptiness I know that now in hindsight now that I've discovered this light that we all have inside I was the kind of person that you know I stayed in a marriage longer than I should have because I was afraid of being alone and now I know we're never alone and that we'd have guides and helpers and our loved ones on the other side or as near as our thoughts and I just didn't know that in the past well so I don't know. ~ Suzanne Giesemann
I was out of control with food, I was that trying to fill that emptiness inside me and now I don't deal with that at all. I think that was actually part of my path of learning to trust my intuition and listening to my body and listening to that voice inside. Do I really need to eat this now? That was the start but I didn't see that as a spiritual path. ~Suzanne Giesemann
I know that we're here to learn certain lessons for our soul’s growth. ~Suzanne Giesemann
I know that I've turned that tragedy (her step daughters death) into something really healing for other people, because it was healing for me to discover that there's a whole lot more inside of us, and it is really just an urging to discover it for ourselves, what's really out there. ~Suzanne Giesemann