Suzanne Gene Courtney, a retired elementary school teacher, continues to teach part-time, writes books and articles, attends workshops to hone her craft, offers Reiki energy healing to clients, and helps those who mourn the loss of a loved one.
AUSTIN, TX, April 05, 2019 /24-7PressRelease/ — Suffering the deep loss of her oldest son, Daniel, Suzanne began to write. Even in the darkest of days, she and her family began to receive messages and signs from the “other side” through psychic mediums. She became interested in learning more and began to extensively train in the art of automatic writing. In her pursuit of spiritual growth and soul awareness, Suzanne continues to learn and grow and offer her clients relief from physical, emotional, mental, and spiritual problems through her energy healing work. She is also trained as a Grief Coach and can combine the two modalities for those experiencing the loss of a loved one.
Losing a loved one can turn someone’s world upside-down. Grief and mourning can cause a multitude of problems for the bereaved. Suzanne’s four books on grief and healing can help those who mourn to understand the circle of life and to view their lives with a new understanding. Ride to the Stars, A Story for Children about Life, Loss, and Love, tells of the love between a green sea turtle and a Hawaiian boy (Daniel was born in Hawaii and passed away there at the age of twenty-five). Through the Eyes of a Dove, A Book for Bereaved Parents, contains four messages from Dan and his Guides. Dear Diary: My Brother Died Today, explains death to a child in a reassuring way. Daniel helped with this one. Heaven Held, An Angelic Account of Children in Transition, is a direct dialogue between Suzanne and her departed son. All four books have won awards. Her other two books, for the elementary classroom, offer instructional, though endearing, lessons for the children. Rainfrog and Florence Flies Alone, An Alliterative Airline Adventure are sure to bring giggles and enjoyment.
Suzanne now resides in Austin, TX, near her other two children, Laura and Gregg, and her two grandsons. She continues to give her books on grief and healing to funeral homes, hospices, and to bereaved families. Suzanne plans to become a Hospice volunteer and be able to offer Reiki and Grief Coaching to those in need.
Families who wish to honor and remember their loved ones often establish foundations or scholarships. The family of Daniel established a foundation in his name to raise much-needed monies to purchase equipment for the firemen/rescuers on The Big Island. To date, they have raised over $3,000,000, and many lives have been saved.
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