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I was born clairvoyant so being a muse came naturally for me. That doesn’t mean that it was easy.  


Kids are hesitant around children who see and hear the unseen. Teachers are at a loss with what to do with a student who simply channels the answers to the tests and learns things lightning fast. Parents are beyond their pay grade with a child who sees and hears everything- even when it hasn’t been written or spoken. Being that different is isolating, until you can find your people.


It took me more than thirty years and tremendous trauma and heartache to find my people. And, when I was finally able to communicate and resonate with those with special skill sets like mine, the core of who I am rose to the surface.  Like a phoenix, I rose from the ashes of an unhealthy, joyless life and stepped into the extraordinary intuitively-driven experience that has become my world.

In the beginning I was afraid to share my unique gifts and talents with other professionals.  I was concerned that I would tarnish my reputation as a highly-respected psychologist, motivational speaker and best-selling author.  Eventually, I discovered how many leaders, entrepreneurs and creatives desperately needed my special skill set- so that they could better develop spiritual foundation for the amazing missions and movements they were spearheading.

When we walk, what will you discover?

Sage de Beixedon Breslin, PhD

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