UnSpoken

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Who am I?
This question, this desire to know yourself, has been played out in ancient paintings on cave walls and resounds still today.
Our fascination with the meaning of life and what might exist beyond this physical world is seemingly inherent in our very nature as creatures walking the earth. Yet now, more than ever, we live between two extremes.

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Who am I?

This question, this desire to know yourself, has been played out in ancient paintings on cave walls and resounds still today.

Our fascination with the meaning of life and what might exist beyond this physical world is seemingly inherent in our very nature as creatures walking the earth. Yet now, more than ever, we live between two extremes.

In a world where “reality” and “spirituality” are rarely commingled, we tend to reject that which we cannot explain. Call it spirituality, call it intuition, call it telepathy—these experiences are the very clues to that persistent question, Who am I? However, the more we deny the interplay between these two realms, the more we deafen our minds to this nonverbal communication, the more we miss out on what is just beneath the surface: a knowing that suggests we are all much more connected than our modern, civilized world may acknowledge.

As a financial analyst, Terrie Curry spent years working in the business of logic, reason, and numbers. And yet this same, basic question—Who am I?—this desire to know herself, led her to explore the world of spirituality. Through years of working with hospice patients, learning to deal with grief and loss along with crisis intervention strategies, and an amazing encounter with a miraculous little boy, Curry has gained insight into this nonverbal communication in a realm beyond our everyday comprehension. Those very experiences aided her through her husband’s unexpected illness and death. The power of our connection beyond words helped her cope with death, tragedy and its aftermath. She writes now to share her quest to know herself, her experiences with telepathy and the spiritual realm, and her journey to find strength, resilience, and healing after losing a beloved partner.

This book is not just the story of the author’s amazing journey; it is also a tool that the reader can use to aid on your own journey to know yourself. The experiences detailed within will help prepare you for grief and loss, as well as coping with death. It will also provide tips for crisis management so that you can minimize the unexpected during such difficult times. By embracing the possibility of nonverbal communication, your awareness of the world will expand in miraculous ways. With an open heart and curious mind, begin your journey to know yourself….right within these pages.