“I Talk With Dead People”
Rebecca Austill-Clausen is the author of the award-winning book, Change Maker, How My Brother’s Death Woke Up My Life. Rebecca is an Occupational Therapist who discovered she could communicate with her brother after he died even though she had no prior psychic or spiritual experience.
Rebecca’s 37-year-old brother David died 22 years ago. His death made no sense. Six weeks after he died, Rebecca was riding her horse through a Christmas tree farm and for the first time since David’s passage, she felt peaceful. She expressed gratitude, closed her eyes, and saw her brother. He was healthy, talkative, and looked seven years younger than when he died. Behind David were Rebecca’s grandparents, two childhood friends, and about two dozen additional people that had also passed on. This was the first time Austill-Clausen realized life was eternal.
Rebecca learned how to continue communicating with her brother and has met hundreds of spiritual entities. Her search for a teacher, exploration of automatic writing, experiences with Reiki, discovery of crystal energy, and shamanic journeying are all described in Change Maker.
Austill-Clausen struggled with how her spiritual awakening and eventual spiritual transformation could mesh with the practical everyday world – the one where she was known as a knowledgeable, science-based expert in the field of occupational therapy – but she knew she had to find a way to make it happen. It took her over 20 years to have the courage to share her story.
Each chapter of Change Maker explores spiritual beliefs and understanding, includes an original black-and-white illustration by Micki McAllister, and ends with an “Illumination” – guidance, suggestions, encouragement, and inspiration for readers who wish to pursue their own spiritual journey.
Rebecca has been traveling constantly, teaching people that after-death communication is possible for anyone. A free online course called “Rebecca’s After-Death Communication Course” is available on her website, www.RebeccaAustillClausen.com.