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Lois M. Grant, Ph.D.
Home Page: www.angelicbeingsoflight.com
|Name||Lois M. Grant, Ph.D.|
|Address||5260 West Kingston Court|
|Country||United States of America|
|Cell #||404 966-3740|
|Profession||Author, Counselor, Teacher (former Architect)|
|Expertise||Spiritual and emotional healing lead to physical healing|
|Degree(s)||B.S., B.S. Arch, B.Arch, M.Ms., Ph.D.|
International Metaphysical Ministry
|Media Credits||Dozens of radio and TV interviews|
|Publisher of Books||Spirit at Work, A Journey of Healing © 1997, Your Journey of Healing, A Workbook © 2001|
|Merchandise||CD - "Your Pyramid of Power in the Fifth Dimension"|
Grant grew up in the forties and fifties and led a normal
life for a Midwestern girl. She married her high school sweetheart who
began to work for a major Fortune 500 company and they had two children,
a boy and a girl--the perfect family. They attended church,
she taught piano lessons, was active in the PTA and pursued her roles
as wife, mother and homemaker with enthusiasm. The children flourished,
but by the time they were in junior high school she felt a need to do
more with her considerable talents. Aptitude testing revealed that she
was suited for medicine, architecture or composing and she
chose to go to architecture school. This was a very strange thing for
a woman of 37 years to do in 1975, but she earned her degree and proceeded
to make a specialty of hospital renovation work. The onset of rheumatoid
arthritis at this time was troublesome, but did not deter her. She divorced
her husband in 1983 and two years later moved to Atlanta, Georgia, and
Always an avid reader, she was led to explore astrology first, then moved to other spiritual interests with the primary goal of healing her arthritis. The story of her personal growth and spiritual as well as physical healing is the subject of her book, Spirit at Work, A Journey of Healing. She demonstrates that there are alternative healing modalities which can bring about desired results without the side effects of traditional Western medicine. She feels strongly that healing takes place from the inside out. She says,
"My experience of healing my rheumatoid arthritis has been a dramatic and touching story of pain, desperation and deformity. Frustration with Western medicine, which was poisoning my body and offering little more than symptomatic alleviation, brought me to the path of spiritual growth and inner healing. I have explored many alternative healing methods and sought advice from psychics, channels and the angels."
Since writing Spirit at Work, Lois has retired from architecture to teach workshops and classes, to counsel those who wish to heal themselves, and to write more books. She has been interviewed on numerous radio and television programs on her book tour which took her to Chicago, Boston, Providence and Los Angeles, as well as Atlanta. She has earned a Ph.D. in Holistic Counseling.
Lois lives with her husband and two cats in Atlanta, Georgia. Visit her website www.angelicble.com for more information.