Dreams, Detours, Motherhood, and How I Gave Everything on the Road Less Traveled

My promise to our children: To do better than the prior generations, no matter the cost

Donna WalksInSpirit

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MWC Work

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I’m a feminist. This is what I thought work would look like in my career, women collaborating, taking charge, and contributing in the ways we shine.

However, a car accident at 16 left me with no sense of self, a thirty-second memory, a family I didn’t recognize, and in jeopardy from the forced frenemy that had tortured me and threatened my family since I’d entered high school.

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Losing myself led me to depend on divine connection and to value my clear knowing and clear sight

Luckily, my guardian angels and spirit guides whispered directions and gave protection to keep me safe while I was vulnerable. I saw the world as it was, and the layer of otherworldly that showed divine forces at work. I had deja vu when I realized others couldn’t see what I saw, even though I didn’t remember those early years at this time.

Faith

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Donna WalksInSpirit

Clairvoyant psychic medium, book & freelance writer, oracle creator & spiritual mentor at www.WalksInSpirit.com Get unstuck with msgs from your divine team.