Perdita Finn

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Where are the Dead Now?

The Gospel of “Groundhog Day”: How to Claim the Long Story of Our Souls

Recorded February 2 2021

“Groundhog Day” may be the most generous and insightful story about reincarnation ever told—with treasure troves of wisdom about how we navigate the lives we are living informed by both the trauma and the triumphs, the karma, of our past incarnations. How do we claim the long story of our souls? How do we access its guidance? What does it mean for the whole world if we do? Bill Murray and Harold Ramis will be our guides through the underworld of Punxsutawney, Pennsylvania to watch the groundhog emerge day after day to the same day. Viewing the movie before-hand is recommended although not required.

Perdita Finn

Perdita Finn

Perdita Finn is the co-author with Suzan Saxman of The Reluctant Psychic (St. Martin’s, 2015). She and her husband are the founders of The Way of the Rose, an international community of friends devoted to the Lady “by any name you want to call Her” as well as the authors of The Way of the Rose: The Radical Path of the Divine Feminine Hidden in the Rosary (Spiegel & Grau, 2019.) Perdita began her career as a writing teacher and trained teachers at Columbia University in helping students free their voices and tell their stories. Creating empowering learning adventures has been her life’s work. Take Back the Magic: Getting to Know the Dead, a love story about the long story of our souls, will be published in 2021.

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