This week I am talking to Susie Levan about her book ‘Getting to Forgiveness: What a Near-Death Experience Can Teach Us About Loss’.
Getting to Forgiveness—What a Near-Death Experience Can Teach Us About Loss, Resilience and Love—is a deeply personal story about resiliency and divine purpose—sharing pain, pleasure, confusion and enlightenment written by a reluctant author. Through it all Levan blends engaging spiritual thought-provoking lessons, meaningful insights and life lessons of gratitude, acceptance and compassion, that will inspire her readers long after they have read her book. She shares how she has emerged a stronger soul after her N.D.E., miracle and unique life experiences, that qualifies her to give birth to this poignant spiritual memoir. This book is a must-read for anyone striving to create a more awakened and fulfilled life.
Is a spiritual warrior, author, certified non-denominational pastoral counselor, hypnotherapist, teacher of meditation, life coach, and Reiki Master/Teacher. For sixteen years in a male-dominated NYSE company, she enjoyed a successful career as Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer. Susie was shaken to the core to awaken after her N.D.E. in 1988, and from that moment on, her life’s work for the last thirty years has been teaching the importance of meditation and helping women live their best lives.
She channeled two meditations CD’s with Grammy nominee new- age musician, Steven Halpern. She founded The Work-Life Balance Institute for Women (a 501c3 non-profit) and founded and published Balance Magazine from 1999-2009—a magazine for women directed towards personal growth and self-development. For over twenty years, she has facilitated a bi-weekly Women’s Wisdom Circle to empower, inspire and guide women to amplify their greatness, and discover their destiny to create a meaningful life. As a transformational leader and change agent, she speaks frequently on metaphysical and spiritual principals. She lives with her husband and blue-merle mini-poodle—his name is Blu.