Ainslie MacLeod

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For more than a decade, Ainslie MacLeod has used his talents as a psychic to explore the soul and its effects on human beliefs and behavior. Collaborating with elevated spirit guides, he developed the Instruction as a way to help each of us understand our own personal destiny. Originally from Aberdeen, Scotland, he currently lives in the beautiful Pacific Northwest, where, from his office on a tranquil island, he offers psychic guidance to clients worldwide.

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Healing Past-Life Fears

Tami Simon speaks with Ainslie MacLeod, a psychic who, for more than a decade, has collaborated with spirit guides to gain insight into significant past-life experiences. He’s the author of two Sounds True books including The Instruction, and most recently, The Transformation. In addition to his books, Ainslie can be heard in a three-part online course on Healing Your Past-Life Fears, beginning May 3, 2010, at 8 p.m. Eastern Time at SoundsTrue.com. Ainslie discusses how we can recognize, work with, and resolve past-life fears as well as how we can connect with our own spirit guides. (48 minutes)

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