The Soul's Journey: Astrology & Channeling
Evolutionary Astrologer and Channel Tom Jacobs speaks astrology as a language of life, a positive, living, and breathing language of human possibility. Informed by perspectives on the multilife journey of soul from Ascended Masters, Spirit Guides, and the spirits of the dead, Tom shares how to understand our lives and heal as we live them. This enriches our experience by incorporating into day-to-day life truths about the Divine human play we each unfold every day. Tom Jacobs is passionate about bringing through teachings that promote peace and joy in his clients and students by showing them how to live the lives their souls are here to live – empowered, responsible, and joyous lives.
The Soul’s Journey: Astrology and Channeling with Tom Jacobs will use a variety of formats to convey teachings about soul, astrology, karma, past lives, consciousness, free will, Spirit Guides, life and death, responsibility, healing, constructing a purposeful life, and creating meaning, happiness, and fulfillment. Listener readings and guest interviews will round out this exploration of the unique multidimensional landscape upon which Tom Jacobs works.
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