From Command to Compassion Beyond the Veil: Suzanne Giesemann’s Journey from Navy Commander to Evidential Medium

Welcome to another episode of Superhumanize. Today, we have the privilege of delving into the extraordinary life and wisdom of Suzanne Giesemann. With a background as a former U.S. Navy Commander, Suzanne’s journey took an incredible turn as she embraced her calling to become a metaphysical teacher and medium.

Recognized as one of the Watkins’ list of the “100 Most Spiritually Influential Living People,” Suzanne’s work merges the realms of 21st-century spirituality and ancient wisdom, with her unique approach to understanding consciousness and the interconnectedness of all things.

A former U.S. Navy Commander who served as a commanding officer and as aide to the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, today Suzanne guides people to the awareness of a greater reality. She has published 14 books and YouTube videos with over nine million views. She produces the Awakened Way app and hosts the popular Messages of Hope podcast. Her gift of multidimensional communication has been verified by noted afterlife researchers, and her messages bring not only hope, but healing and love that go straight to the heart.

In our conversation today, we will dive deep into Suzanne’s personal journey, uncovering the transformative experiences and lessons that have shaped her path. We will explore her perspectives on death and how we can collectively move beyond hope to a true knowing of something greater.

We’ll also look into the latest research and studies that support her work, offering a thought-provoking blend of science and spirituality.

Join us as Suzanne shares how she is transforming lives and expanding our understanding of what it means to be human in an interconnected universe.

In this episode with Suzanne, you’ll discover:

  • Transition from Military to Spiritual Teaching (03:15): Suzanne discusses her remarkable transition from the structured world of the military to becoming a globally recognized spiritual teacher. This segment explores the challenges and insights gained during this life-altering shift.
  • Physical and Spiritual Realms Connection (09:10): How does one bridge the tangible and intangible? Suzanne shares her insights on connecting the physical and spiritual aspects of our existence.
  • Positive Perspective on Death (11:50): Suzanne explains why her view of death is overwhelmingly positive, offering a glimpse into what she believes awaits us beyond this life.
  • Connecting with Departed Loved Ones (19:00): Suzanne describes the profound experience of connecting with the energy of loved ones who have passed away, providing comfort and understanding to those who have experienced loss.
  • Barriers to Soul Awareness (23:45): What prevents us from reaching a deeper soul awareness? Suzanne discusses the common obstacles and how to overcome them.
  • Merging Fields of Consciousness (27:05): An exploration of ‘shape-shifting’ or merging between different fields of consciousness, and its implications for our understanding of reality.
  • Challenges Facing Psychic Mediums (32:40): Suzanne addresses the concept of a “snag” in the context of psychic mediums, offering insight into the challenges they face.
  • Life Without Fear of Death (36:50): Imagine a life liberated from the fear of death. Suzanne discusses how such a perspective could profoundly beautify our experience of life.
  • Raising Vibrational Levels (41:45): A technique discussed by Suzanne involves consciously elevating one’s vibrational levels to maximize energetic potential.
  • Advice for Aspiring Psychic Mediums (43:20): For those interested in pursuing psychic mediums but overwhelmed by the plethora of information and advice online, Suzanne offers her guidance.
  • The “Bless Me” Method (45:37): Suzanne introduces her 7-step “Bless Me” method, a technique for connecting with higher consciousness, offering a practical tool for spiritual growth.

Resources mentioned:

Suzanne’s website

Where Do I Begin e-guide

Helping Parents Heal

Books by Suzanne

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