Reincarnation
Here in the U.S. we don't have nearly the number of people as elsewhere in the world who believe in reincarnation, but throughout history and various cultures the concept and reality of reincarnation is very much widely accepted. Joining us to talk about her own interest and research into reincarnation is author and founder of Sanetha's Soulgenic Healing, Sanetha.

Sanetha has literally made it her life's purpose to share information about her own journey and what piqued her interest in reincarnation. She's discovered a lot of interesting information along the way that has literally changed her life and what she's doing with it as a result.

What does reincarnation have to do with spiritual evolution? A lot! Listen in as Sanetha shares her own journey between and among various lifetimes, the spiritual wisdom she's gained as a result, and the work she's doing today.

For more information about Sanetha's book, "The Kingdom of Heaven with The Holy Book of The Great Invisible Spirit" and her work, please visit www.sanetha.com.

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