Inspired Interview: Vincent Genna

To believe in others, you must first believe in yourself! Learn more about this important concept in this interview with Vincent Genna.

Vincent Genna

Vincent is a world-renowned powerful psychic medium healer, respected spiritual teacher, and dynamic vibrant speaker, who provides clarity and inspiration to help you stop stopping yourself! He has appeared on national television, radio and print in such outlets as 77WABC-FM, WNBC, WRAL-FM, WDCG-FM, Living in Style Magazine,,, and Currently, Vincent is touring the nation presenting powerful keynote programs in major venues with such prominent spiritual experts as Gregg Braden, Gary Zukav, James Van Praagh, and Gail Thackray. From a very young age, Vincent’s creative talents served as a source of life-saving resilience and on graduating high school, he pursued a career as a professional actor and singer. His career includes performances in various major television, musical theatre, and movie productions, such as the original movie “Grease” with John Travolta and Olivia Newton John. At 28, Vincent experienced a spontaneous spiritual ascension after a series of paranormal events that caused him to develop psychic abilities and redirected his life and purpose. Letting go of the need to be a full-time actor, Vincent awakened to his soul’s true mission and purpose as a healer and spiritual teacher. Some of Vincent’s greatest insights have been gained as a Hospice Clinical Social Worker where he helped more than 500 patients peacefully transition through their dying process. For over 30 years, Vincent has been a metaphysician, working with individuals and groups by in-tuning to their souls, angels, guides, deceased loved ones, past-lives, and Source. Vincent transcended a youth of emotional, physical, and sexual abuse and torment and dedicates all his talents to inspire people to see their magnificence and believe in themselves, so they can use all their Divine gifts to fulfill their dreams and create the lives they want.

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