Author Archive for: Sue Frederick
Sue Frederick is an intuitive and teacher who helps others find their own path to careers, love and healing. Her work has been featured in the New York Times, CNN.com, and Real Simple and Complete Woman magazines. She’s a frequent guest on radio shows and has presented workshops at the American Business Women’s Association, the National Career Development Association, and the Omega Institute.
She is also the author of I See Your Soulmate: An Intuitive’s Guide to Finding and Keeping Love and I See Your Dream Job: A Career Intuitive Shows You How to Discover What You Were Put on Earth to Do.
Her next book, Bridges to Heaven: True Stories of Loved Ones on the Other Side, is set to release in September.
For more information, please visit careerintuitive.org.
Entries by Sue Frederick
Divine order rules! A doubt-inducing childhood, a sweet young husband’s early death, countless broken hearts and flawed careers, were all perfectly designed to get me where I came here to go; to help me evolve to my highest state of grace, to know God, and to become who I became. I mostly forget this. When I’m on path and in alignment with divine order, I feel of use to the greater message, the larger truth, the highest good. It moves through me like a ray of light piercing everything, a laser beam opening my heart, filling the pages of my… Read more.
Subscribe to Life-Changing Inspiration
Consider just how often you tell stories. On a daily basis, you express yourself to family and friends, as well as strangers via social media. What should be a source of bliss -- creativity -- can also generate confusion and doubt, even paralysis. That's because it matters what stories you tell and how you tell them. In this new course, Dan Millman and Sierra Prasada connect you with your inner storyteller. Whether you're a writer, artist, or innovator, you'll find greater creative and personal fulfillment thanks to their groundbreaking approach. Dan and Sierra offer guidance and encouragement to help you push through common blocks to writing or any form of creativity. They demystify the process without dispelling the magic. The hard-won truths they articulate, and the innovative exercises they present, will light your way and enrich your practice.