LeeAnn Taylor

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LEEANN TAYLOR, spiritual leader, healer, and author, is the mother of five children including three who were born with autism and Fragile X syndrome – a genetic disorder manifesting in profound mental impairment.

LeeAnn brings hope, clarity, and connection with the Divine to provide insights into the higher capacities, spiritual attributes and origins of all people. With her extraordinary ability to see beyond the veil, she delivers a message of hope and light, while gathering and inspiring leaders, teachers, healers, and seekers of enlightenment.

She is the author of The Fragile Face of God, which shares her journey from despair and tragedy to hope and miracles. LeeAnn’s upcoming book Heavenly Messages from Earth -- scheduled for release in
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Average rating: 4.44 · 18 ratings · 5 reviews · 3 distinct works
The Fragile Face of God: A ...

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Heavenly Messages From Earth (Religion & Spirituality)
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Description: The intriguing spiritual journey with my disabled sons' spirits, my communications with them, and their compelling message for humanity.
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“Our measure of hope is in direct proportion to our ability to conquer hopelessness.”
LeeAnn Taylor

“There is no ownership. There is only stewardship.”
LeeAnn Taylor

“Do not go where the path may lead, go instead where there is no path and leave a trail.”
Ralph Waldo Emerson

“Glorious indeed is the world of God around us, but more glorious the world of God within us.”
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow

“Love is large, and so forms the heart that embraces it fully.”
LeeAnn Taylor

“We do not see the world through a window, but through a mirror. Everything we discern is comparatively held to the vision with which we see ourselves.”
LeeAnn Taylor




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