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Apr 25, 2017

Transformational Healer & Coach Lucy Grace Yaldezian has been helping adults, teens, children and businesses connect mind and body since 1992.  Through her San Ramon-based practice, A Higher Perspective, Lucy offers many avenues for personal and professional excellence.

Lucy’s extensive training and experience spans medical hypnotherapy, inner child work, past-life regression, guided imagery, mindfulness, The Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT), The Tapas Acupressure Technique (TAT) and The Vimala System of Handwriting.  Her work integrates the best in science-based mind-body technologies with spirituality, commitment, caring and compassion.

Lucy is the author of Someone to Watch Over Me (2016), a workbook for spiritually resourced children & families.

Someone to Watch Over Me is a sweet little gift of a book for connecting with one’s inner spirit, for giving voice to one’s inner being, and for connecting one’s essence with

 Guardian Protectors or Guides.

Simple and inviting enough for children, lucid enough for adults…a precious offering.”

Edward Espe Brown, Zen Priest

The Tassajara Bread Book et al

 

Someone to Watch Over Me is not simply a children’s book, but an extraordinary adventure that spans generations as it fosters a sense of comfort, creativity, and spiritual expression. Lucy Grace invites the reader on an Alphabetical journey of Angels like none other.

Robin L. Tanguay

The Willingness to Change: Twelve Steps to Transformation Through Your Handwriting

 

Someone to Watch Over Me is a lovely and accessible resource for parents, guardians and loving adults to share with children and youth.  The book invites creativity and imagination, offers a disciplined approach to deepening one's spiritual life, and introduces the reader to a wonderful variety of "guardian protectors" to expand an understanding of the richness of the Spirit of Life.  I think it will be a valuable tool for working with children and youth at home, building spirit and relationship.  As a bonus,

 I think adults will also want to work through this joyful book.

Rev. Dr. Martha Williams, Minister in the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ)

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