Jacob Cooper, the author of Life After Breath, shares the wisdom of the Universe as taught to him by his guides and angels. Jacob is a clinical social worker, certified Reiki master, and certified hypnotherapist who specializes in past-life regression therapy. Inspired by his near-death experience and transformative encounters, he facilitates spiritual awareness and empowerment through life-changing seminars.
Jacob Cooper Shares His Journey to the “Other Side” After Having a Near-Death Experience as a Child
Those who have a near-death experience often gain deep insight and inspiration from “the other side.” But it can be difficult to integrate that spiritual awakening into daily life. In this conversation with Christine, author and clinical social worker Jacob Cooper talks about how his near-death experience opened him up to a greater reality, but how it took him years to embrace the gifts from that experience. He offers some of the lessons he learned along the way to help each of us in the here and now.
This podcast guest is Jacob Cooper who had a near death experience at the age of 3. He is a Clinical Social Worker, Certified Reiki Master, and Certified Hypnotherapist who specializes in Past Life Regression Therapy, works privately with clients through online services. Inspired by his NDE and transformative encounters, he facilitates spiritual awareness and empowerment through life-changing seminars. Currently, he resides and practices in Long Island, NY. He is the author of “Life After Breath” published by Waterside Productions.
Here is a fascinating & reflective Interview with Jacob Cooper on his Near Death Experience & new book “Life after Breath” about it. Here we discuss:- Near Death Experiences Purpose behind Pain How to build a strong, inner Foundation Blessings coming from Adversity Psychotherapy & famous Greek Philosophers The Power of Breath Being the sacred Eternal Soul & Observer of Life & much more…
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The Maria Morales Show 12.14.2018
The Maria Morales Show 12.14.2018 with Maria Morales. In this episode, Maria talks to guest social worker Jacob Cooper. Enjoy!