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June 5 at 6:30pm Mary Jo McCabe to speak at ECMS on ‘Psychic Awareness’

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    Mary Jo McCabe, an acclaimed symbolic interpreter, visionary, teacher and author of many books, will speak at the June 5 meeting of the Emerald Coast Meditation Society. She will discuss “Psychic Awareness: You Get Nothing More Than What You Believe.”


    McCabe says she will talk about getting your own answers to your questions. She points out that whether your questions involve money, career, relationships, or something else, you can change your life by changing what you believe.


    A highly respected and sought-after “soul intuitive,” McCabe says she receives her messages from a group of souls she refers to as "The Guides." Since 1981, she has devoted herself to sharing her gift with individuals looking for greater personal and spiritual understanding and clarity to life's many challenges.


    McCabe is dedicated to empowering individuals to listen to their inner voice, connect to their intuition, and transform their lives by bridging the gap between their spiritual and physical worlds. This helps people gain a greater understanding of life’s challenges.
    Psychic Medium John Edward recommends McCabe as an intuitive in his book, “One Last Time.” "Mary Jo's true gift is the dedication, responsibility, commitment, and integrity she brings to her work and her clients," he says.


    Two of McCabe’s most recent books are “The Loneliest Walk: Managing the Pain of Grief,” 2009; and “Transforming Life into Living: A Workbook for Taking Control of Your Life,” 2008.
    McCabe, who grew up in the small town of Erin, Tennessee, now lives in Niceville near her son, Dr. Bhrett McCabe, his wife Melissa, and their two children. She and Jim, her husband of 40 years who died in 2011, traveled the world with the U.S. Air Force.
     

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