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Sue Frederick
Works at www.CareerIntuitive.org
Attended Convent of Mercy High School
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Please join me June 5, 6 & 7 at Shambhala Mountain Center​ for this powerful grief shifting work - whether you've lost someone (pet or human) recently or long ago. This work will truly help you shift into the next level of your life and work... http://www.shambhalamountain.org/program/bh615bridges-heaven-grief-healing-workshop/
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Put on your divine lens and ask - how can I see this pain differently? What is the lesson for me? How can I use this pain as an opportunity to gain wisdom and connect with my soul, to love better, and help others from what I've learned?

From my book: Your Divine Lens
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It's time to register for my three day grief shifting workshop on June 5, 6 and 7 at Shambhala Mountain Center​ This is such powerful work whether you've lost someone recently or long ago. Please join me there. http://www.shambhalamountain.org/program/bh615bridges-heaven-grief-healing-workshop/
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Last night I spent two hours having a "what happens when we die" conversation with a friend I've known since the 80s. She's dying from stage 4 cancer. It was diagnosed in December. She said her friends don't talk to her about spirituality and crossing over. She's been an atheist much of her life - although she's done amazing work for the world in her career. She had my book Bridges to Heaven: True Stories of Loved Ones on the Other Side - on her nightstand. She asked me to sit with her to talk about it.
She said she'd spent her life not wanting to believe in that kind of "woo-woo" stuff. But now she was having experiences that she believed were some kind of inexplicable divine order and wanted to explore ideas she'd not been comfortable with before.
She cried for most of the two hours during our talk - releasing so much fear and grief she's been holding on to. She's devastatingly frail and in constant pain. She lives alone. Hospice visits twice a day. It was so hard to see her suffering and so afraid of death. I taught her to meditate - as well as some other sacred techniques for releasing fear - like my Break Your Heart Wide Open meditation. I gave her a rosewood Mala - which she loved.
She was so grateful I'd visited and will try to meditate now when's she's alone and afraid. She wants me to come back. And I will... But it was so hard to be there. I'm so inadequate in those situations. The visit brought back so many memories of my husband Paul, best girlfriend Crissie, and my dad who all died too young - from cancer.
Afterwards, my husband Gene and I talked about my visit. It helped so much to talk to him and feel his love and support. Our views on life and death are fully aligned and I'm so grateful for him. But today I can't get the images and smells of the visit out of my head. All I want to do is go shopping and buy some expensive Eileen Fisher clothes that I can't afford. I know that's just my grief acting up. It's my old relentless question of why do good people often take the path of suffering before they die? That one painful question launched my spiritual exploration journey in the 80s. And it still fuels the work I do today.
And I realize that I'm so much better at helping grieving people - rather than the sick and dying. I can truly help with spiritual and emotional pain. But I can't relieve physical pain and I can't bear to see that kind of intense physical suffering - especially in young people who only months ago were vibrant and full of life. I guess I'm still traumatized from taking care of my young husband Paul in my 20s as he died from colon cancer. It's clear that I have some kind of post-traumatic stress syndrome: it makes me want to run from the sight of physical suffering.
Last night I kept feeling like I might throw up when I first walked into her room and saw tubes everywhere, the oxygen tank, and the pain on her face as she struggled to sit up a little in her bed to greet me. I had to work so hard to focus on her spirit, her beautiful radiant undamaged soul, and not on her body. A big part of me just wanted to run out crying into the night, to stand under the stars, to look at beauty instead of pain.
But instead I took a deep breath, opened my heart and sat down beside her - with love as my intention. Our heart to heart conversation helped calm her - and I hope our future conversations will help her release fear and find an inner peace about crossing over. I shared many stories with her of the departed coming back to show me that life continues and that death is not the end of anything.
I'm so deeply grateful to those spirits - Paul, Crissie, my dad and so many many others who've made it so abundantly clear that we are all souls who come here for a brief physical experience to evolve consciousness - and that crossing over - taking the final breath - is simply an act of love - of returning to the divine realms from which we came. I'm grateful for every moment of this lifetime that has pushed me to recognize this truth and for all the sacred teachers I've had along the way.
And last night, my dying friend loved listening to those stories of departed spirits showing up, and she wanted to hear them again and again. She cried and cried as she listened - as her heart broke wide open.
To all the nurses, hospice workers, healers and physicians who care for the dying - I honor you so much for what you do in the world. It's the hardest and best job there is. Nothing else compares.
I'm so inadequate in the face of other's physical suffering. I have to fight the impulse to run and instead focus on their spirit - which is after all what my work is here. I hope you'll forgive me for writing this story about my friend. It is a very private thing, I know. And perhaps I shouldn't share it. Yet the experience of seeing loved ones suffer is a shared experience amongst all of us.
Writing this has helped me process - not the visit itself - but my visceral reaction to seeing my dying friend. Writing has always helped me heal pain and step into wisdom - to see things more clearly. It's why I write. And maybe now I can resist the pull of Eileen Fisher, of seeking superficial comfort in the face of pain, of longing for beauty instead of what is…
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If you're ready to do this amazing work I'm ready to help you. Join us June 26 & 27  https://www.regonline.com/Register/Checkin.aspx?EventID=1709581
Based on the information in my book Bridges to Heaven: True Stories of Loved Ones on the Other Side, this training teaches you to access your powerful intuition and connect to departed loved ones on the other side for guidance and healing. You'll use the techniques you learn here to heal your ...
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I can't even explain the blessings that abound when we tap into the divine realms, quiet our minds and open our hearts to connect to the unseen world ... what healing awaits all of us there is absolutely profound.
I truly wish that everyone could have the blessing of doing what I do for a living - there would be no doubt in anyone's mind that life continues beyond death and that we are all here on purpose with a great soul mission to fulfill, and that every relationship is a soul agreement for our highest evolutionary good.Some of the stories from today's Grief Intuitive training webinar include: a mom whose 23 year old son was murdered 6 years ago; a dad ...
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As physical bodies in a physical world, we often ignore what we can’t see. Yet when we look beyond the surface to see another’s true essence, to see beyond the physical self, we’re acting in alignment with our divinity. We’re connecting soul to soul. And what we find in those moments is our own divinity reflected back to us. We remember that we’re souls on a shared journey, wearing different costumes and playing different roles, all of us wounded and gifted. But our essence is the same.

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You are not your body; it's only the shell holding your soul. Surrendering to the lessons of the body can bring you deeply in alignment with soul, even in your final breath. Your last moment on earth can be your great awakening. Nothing is over until the soul leaves the body. Each lifetime is a journey of endless reinvention and growth.

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She had my book Bridges to Heaven: True Stories of Loved Ones on the Other Side - on her nightstand. She asked me to sit with her to talk about it. She said she'd spent her life not wanting to believe in that kind of "woo-woo" stuff. But now she was having experiences that she believed were some kind of inexplicable divine order and wanted to explore ideas she'd not been comfortable with before.
Last night I spent two hours having a "what happens when we die" conversation with a friend I've known since the 80s. She's dying from stage 4 cancer. It was diagnosed in December. She said her friends don't talk to her about spirituality and crossing over. She's been an atheist much of her life - although she's done amazing work for the world in her career.She had my book Bridges to Heaven: True Stories of Loved Ones on the Other Side - on her n...
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I had to work so hard to focus on her spirit, her beautiful radiant undamaged soul, and not on her body. A big part of me just wanted to run out crying into the night, to stand under the stars, to look at beauty instead of pain.
Last night I spent two hours having a "what happens when we die" conversation with a friend I've known since the 80s. She's dying from stage 4 cancer. It was diagnosed in December. She said her friends don't talk to her about spirituality and crossing over. She's been an atheist much of her life - although she's done amazing work for the world in her career.She had my book Bridges to Heaven: True Stories of Loved Ones on the Other Side - on her n...
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There’s a journey you have to take – a paddle to shore – a trip through your shark-infested mind. It’s your journey from dark to light – from fear to love – from nowhere to everywhere. Reach down now and dip your hand into those dark swirling waters. Start a ripple. Make a stir. Embrace the danger and adrenalin blending inside of you. That’s the energy of your pure life force waking up. It’s YOU moving from lost at sea to found again.
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I truly wish that everyone could have the blessing of doing what I do for a living - there would be no doubt in anyone's mind that life continues beyond death and that we are all here on purpose with a great soul mission to fulfill, and that every relationship is a soul agreement for our highest evolutionary good. Some of the stories from today's Grief Intuitive training webinar include: a mom whose 23 year old son was murdered 6 years ago; a dad whose 29 year old beautiful daughter died of overdose; a woman whose closest friend died from cancer; a woman whose two brothers died when she was in her early 20s.... I can't even explain the blessings that abound when we tap into the divine realms, quiet our minds and open our hearts to connect to the unseen world ... what healing awaits all of us there is absolutely profound. Everyone can do this! Everyone can quiet their mind and feel and know their connection to their departed. I get to teach and witness this extraordinary process everyday - in all of my client sessions, training webinars and speaking gigs. I have to be the most blessed person in the universe to be able to witness to this work over and over. Thank you God and thank you to all of our departed loved ones who long to help us heal. If your heart has ever been broken open with grief, I pray that you'll do this work...
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Sue Frederick is the author of Bridges to Heaven: True Stories of Loved Ones on the Other Side; I See Your Dream Job & I See Your Soul Mate. An intuitive since childhood, Sue draws upon dreams, ancient numerology, powerful intuition, and conversations with spirits to help her clients fulfill their soul's mission and use their pain as inspiration for a meaningful life. Her work has been featured in the New York Times, CNN.com, Real Simple, Yoga Journal and Natural Health Magazines. Sue has trained more than 500 intuitive coaches around the world and she's been a guest on more than 200 radio and TV shows. Www.SueFrederick.com
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  • www.CareerIntuitive.org
    Career Intuitive, Grief Intuitive, Author & Soul Mate Intuitive, 2003 - present
    I use my powerful intuition to guide people to their great work, to help them navigate love, and through their many reinvention cycles. My books and private sessions help grieving people connect to their departed loved ones on the other side for guidance and healing. http://www.SueFrederick.com
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Best-selling author of I See Your Dream Job & Bridges to Heaven; True Stories of Loved Ones on the Other Side
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I'm a life-long intuitive and best-selling author of 3 books: Bridges to Heaven - True Stories of Loved Ones on the Other Side; I See Your Dream Job & I See Your Soul Mate. My private sessions and workshops will help you find your true work and your true love - and heal your grief by connecting to your departed loved ones. http://www.SueFrederick.com
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  • Convent of Mercy High School
    1965 - 1969
  • University of Missouri
    Psychology, 1969 - 1978
  • University of Colorado at Boulder
    Journalism, 1981 - 1982
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