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Letters to our Yesterday

The magic of energy and our own intuition.

Season 1, Ep. 2

Cassandra is a gifted psychic energy healer and change artist. She has worked with clients for over twenty years on healing their pasts and creating positive change for their future. We discuss the discovery of her gift and journey to becoming a healer. We also examine common problems women face today and how by finding our authentic self and opening our heart to our own intuition, we can live a happy and fulfilled life.

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