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Denise Linn is an international lecturer, healer and worldacclaimed expert in feng shui and space clearing. She has given seminars in 25 countries to audiences of thousands, published 18 books, which are translated into 28 languages, and has appeared on the BBC, Oprah and NBC. Her message is simple: the soul loves the truth.

When you read Linn’s work it transports you, sucking you into a meditative, sensual trance where her concepts stir a latent wisdom deep within. Speaking to her is much the same. You can almost feel the Earth’s hum and pulse as well as the trees, clouds and sea coming to life when she speaks with such reverence for the wisdom of native cultures or the signs the natural world imparts to us.

Linn draws most of her wisdom from her Cherokee heritage and her time spent with the Australian Aborigines, Maoris of New Zealand and Zulus of Africa as well as with other native tribes around the world. Her connection to the Earth and her ancestry is deeply felt. Take her recent book, . She opens with, “Sometimes I think I can hear the ancient ones whispering. On silent, windless nights, when

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