Interest in Reincarnation on the rise in the West
Spirituality Today on Blog Talk Radio explores the subject in a live segment Ancestors: energy drain or boost? on Monday, Oct. 4, 2010 at
5 PM Eastern Time http://www.blogtalkradio.com/oneal-media-group
(New York, N.Y.) Lisa Miller writing for The New York Times www.nytimes.com Sept. 5, 2010 said according to data released last year by the Pew Forum on Religion and Public Life, a quarter of Americans now believe in reincarnation.
The reporter went on to say Julia Roberts recently told Elle magazine that though she was raised Christian, she had become "very Hindu."
She then quoted the actress as saying Roberts believes that in her past life she was a "peasant revolutionary,"
The New York Times journalist said at Cannes in May, a Thai film about reincarnation, "Uncle Boonmee Who Can Recall His Past Lives," won the highest prize.
In it, the reporter went on to say, an old man on his deathbed sees the dead as vividly as the living, and his past life as an ox is as clear as his present one.
Host of Spirituality Today, Jackie O’Neal says: “ I’ve read extensively on the process of healing ancestral wounds by leaders such as Dr. Barbara Stone.”
“My guest will be Yolanda Macias, a gifted clairvoyant who specializes in past life readings and has helped hundreds of individuals gain an understanding on how past lives can influence the present.”
"I’m addressing these issues in my forthcoming book, a memoir Identity Politics: How I integrated my multi-cultural past to make the most out of life. Since my roots derived from two ancestral groups, the Tehuelche Mapuche indians and the African slaves and their presence in Argentina. My research led me to understand both groups had been persecuted and segregated throughout the history of Argentina. My book will explore the attempts made at forced assimilation throughout Argentina’s history to create a society more "ethnically homogenous" and how I underwent an indoctrination while growing up that emphasized the rhetoric of the white majority- "In Argentina, there are no blacks."
Jackie O’Neal is the author of WOMAN PRIEST.
To learn more, visit:http://onealmediagroup.presskit247.com/Woman_Priest
About Yolanda Macias:
Yolanda Macias is an international psychic based in El Paso, Texas who has also worked cases related to the missing women of Juarez, and many other cold cases.
Her predictions are made with accuracy, and in fact, she foresaw the Gulf Coast oil spill explosion recently just a few days before it happened.
In addition, she explores past lives, and connects people with their deceased loved ones.
Here is more information and her bio: /Yoly
Born in El Paso, Texas with the following abilities: to see and hear spirits, angels show her either pictures or inform her what to say to her clients. Everyone has a guardian Angel that guides them.
Yoly is a Medium who can explain dreams, past lives, future events and names of their guardian angles.
Yoly isAre featured on The Ken Hudnall Show simulcast Blog Talk Radio.com and Omega TV Network on Monday from 6:00 p.m MDT. to 9:00 p.m. MDT She gives hope, strength and courage to those who need it.