Spiritually Transformative Experiences
Sometimes we have experiences about our deceased loved ones that are difficult to explain, but can leave us transformed by the experience and with a sense of hope about the after life. These experiences are sometimes called ‘after death communication’. To share your experience of a spiritually transformative after-death communication please get in touch.
I’m intending to write an article featuring anonymized anecdotal experiences of after-death visitations and communication that you may have had with loved ones who have died. It is more common than you think!
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About Santou Eve
With 25 years’ field experience as a counsellor / therapist, spiritual leader, hospital chaplain, and a specialist young people practitioner, Santou helps those grieving loss from relationship challenges, health diagnoses and dying, and bereavement transitions.
Santou has lived internationally across many cultures. Personal circumstances and themes of major losses (such as surviving Genocide, being a child war refugee, loss from cancer, etc.) created the conditions for her to process and train to help people with trauma and grief.
Her vision to create a radical movement about how to face loss and grief has fueled her work supporting families, groups, and individuals (aged 13+) around the world.
Through her unique combination of professional training, spiritual practices (within and outside of organised religion) as well as personal experience of multiple types of losses, Santou has developed a unique, therapeutic-spiritual method called the S.T.E.E.R.™ approach, to help people through in-life, dying, and bereavement transitions.
Santou is holding space for you and would love to see you thrive. She offers a free 30-minute clarity call to start helping you move out of your suffering in a gently accelerated way. Click here to schedule your free call today, and you can download a free helpful resource called “You Don’t Have to Say Goodbye” while you’re there.