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AH!2016 Speaker Profile: Susan Shadburne

06-Sep-2016

I’ve known Susan Shadburne for over three decades. We met when I was her publicist on the feature film, “Shadow Play,” which she wrote, directed and co-produced. I was captivated by her calm focus, brilliant, creative mind and her endearing laugh. Little did I know at the time that she was seriously ill at the age of 13, 22, 30 and finally diagnosed with multiple sclerosis in 1982.

After attending Stanford University, she entered the film business and a career spanning nearly 30 years (including writing two films nominated for Academy Awards). Then in 1996, she was finally disabled and housebound. At that point, she set her mind to healing herself.

Her breakthrough occurred in a workshop featuring the pendulum. She saw it in use and heard the words: “THAT is how you’ll learn to heal yourself.” And she did. She gained recognition internationally for her intuitive abilities and was sought out by a mentor in Europe who identified her as an extraordinarily gifted healer. (He continues to work with her to this day, 17 years later.) She estimates that her research, both intuitive and scientific, exceeds 30,000 hours.

Since beginning her practice in 2002, Susan has provided intuited information for clients worldwide who seek health and relationship guidance and has witnessed remarkable results. She is a translator between energetic information she receives in the body, mind, and spirit, and her clients seeking well-being and contentment.

Susan is a strong proponent of “self-love” and says, “I haven’t seen people fully heal who won’t take the actions necessary to become the person they can truly love.”

AH!2016 attendees will be receiving an email in the next few weeks providing an opportunity to submit a personal question to Susan. Check your inbox for details.

As Albert Einstein said, “The only real valuable thing is intuition.”

AH!2016 - November 5, 2016

Lakewood Center For The Arts - Lake Oswego