Change Maker: How My Brother’s Death Woke Up My Life

A workaholic business woman with no prior psychic experience discovers she can talk with her dead brother and multiple spirits in this true story. Hundreds of instructional resources provided.

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About Rebecca

Rebecca Austill-Clausen grew up in New England, north of Boston and now lives in Downingtown, amongst the rolling hills of Chester County. She travels extensively speaking about after-death experiences and alternative realities, showcased in her award winning book, Change Maker, How My Brother’s Death Woke Up My Life. Becky is an Occupational Therapist, Reiki Master Teacher, hospice volunteer and successful private practice entrepreneur. She has an advanced Master of Science degree from Boston University, graduating summa cum laude. After 20 years of silence, Rebecca finally gained the courage to share her metaphysical experiences, designed to empower others to pursue their own spiritual journeys.

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Join Rebecca at one of her book signings. Ask Rebecca to speak with your group about after-death communication techniques anyone can use. Join Becky at an upcoming Reiki workshop. Experience Meditation Plus including sound healing at many of Rebecca’s presentations and music festivals.

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Change Maker Chats

Start date: July 23, 2017

End date: August 2, 2017

Location: Cape Cod, MA

Contact Rebecca Austill-Clausen for details: becky@comphealthworks.com, 610-363-7446

Change Maker: How My Brother’s Death Woke Up My Life

Becky’s approach to spirituality is practical, yet invites your own spirit to soar. Reading it lifts you into new possibilities to see your own process of awakening as unique and wonderful as you are.
Jonette Crowley, author of The Eagle and the Condor and Soul Body Fusion
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On every page, author Rebecca Austill-Clausen courageously wields that hope as a machete to cut through her grief and, with the adroit use of visual imagery and humor, imbue the reader with a sense of comfort that we never really ‘lose’ those we love.
Elisa Medhus, MD, author of My Son and the Afterlife, Conversations from the Other Side; My Life After Death, A Memoir from Heaven
If you are a person who doubts life, believes that what you see in your everyday reality is all there is, or if you want to enter a timely doorway through which you can access a greater and more holistic view of life–then Rebecca Austill-Clausen’s book is for you.
Michael J. Roads, author of the Through the Eyes of Love trilogy, Stepping . . . Between . . . Realities, and Insights of a Modern Mystic