East Bay Edition
Bookmark and Share Email this page Email Print this page Print Feed Feed

The Call of the Day Taps into Our Authentic Self

Jodi Hershey’s new book The Call of the Day focuses on what is taking place today spiritually and how we are called to tap into our authentic self to individually and collectively do our part in, what she asserts is, humanity “moving from our familiar Third-Dimensional ego self into a Fourth Dimension soul self, with the ability to reach higher levels of awareness and consciousness.”

“Now more than ever, we are called upon to qualify our lives,” says Hershey. “It is a time when we are asked to find our true soul self, which is our home, our connection to the universal life force. We are asked to open our hearts so that we are able to see all that was intended to be. This is ‘the call of the day’.”

Hershey is a graduate from the University of Miami with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Education.  She is a trained hypnotherapist in basic, advanced and past-life regression. For more than 15 years, she has provided support as a hypnotherapist, psychic/intuitive reader and spiritual counselor.

For more information, email Joy@JoyJourneyOfYou.com or visit TheCallOfTheDay.org.

Edit ModuleShow Tags

More from Natural Awakenings

Coming Together to Help Rebuild Lives in North Bay

Local help in a time of need.

Christmas Crystal Fair is a Gem of San Francisco

The Pacific Crystal Guild presents its Christmas in San Francisco Crystal Fair on Nov. 25-26.

Clothing Drive for Men Moving Forward

Through November 16, Chris Corrales is collecting men’s business/interview attire and monetary donations to help men in need to move forward in their lives.

Hershey to Sign New Book, Hold Workshop in Mountain View

Jodi Hershey will discuss and sign copies of her new book The Call of the Day on Sept. 8 and 9.

Come Hit Your Reset Button at the Fall Rejuvenation Retreat

Join spiritual counselor and author of The Divine Journey, Janet Myatt, for a Rejuvenation Retreat, October 20 to 22, at the Mercy Center, in Burlingame.