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Christine Guardiano

Christine Guardiano has lived on Long Island since she was 15 months old. She is a divinely and emotionally inspired writer. Her love and compassion for life has no boundaries. Christine's many talents or as some would say "gifts" from Spirit extent far beyond her writing ability; She is a spiritual teacher, healer, artist, dancer, labyrinth builder and channeler. It seems her talents are endless as is her kind and friendly personality.

Christine has conducted spiritual classes in her home for over 20 years on a variety of metaphysical and spiritual subjects. Besides her regular six week spring and fall spiritual session, Christine holds many special events such as her lighted labyrinth walk evenings which have attracted people from all over the United States with her unusual and innovative designs and ceremonies. She also holds Native American Medicine Wheels Ceremonies, Past Life Regression Evenings and much more. She is also a Reiki Healer and performs Raindrop Treatments using essential oils in a loving atmosphere of soft music and candlelight.

 

Published Works:

Spiritual Journey ~ Story of An Adopted Child


Christine's daughter's deadly disease forces Christine to search for her birth family's medical history, thus embarking her on a spiritual journey to discover many family secrets.

A personal unveiling with exceptional spiritual and psychological gifts for readers across age groups. A self-reflection on the authors search for identity and self-esteem—a journey that takes us back more than 5 decades through heart-wrenching family crises and ecstatic personal surprises—offers more than the simple story of a girl/woman searching for her birth parents.

With an unparalleled and suspenseful structure—and a point of view linked to the narrator's blossoming maturity—this work actually defines spiritual evolution… in a manner accessible through poetry, illustrations, photographs, and 13 chapters of compelling narrative.


 
 

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