Sally Rice

A Journey with Ayahuasca, the Healing Plant from the Amazon Jungle

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A Journey with Ayahuasca Ayahuasca is a medicinal vine that grows in the Amazon rainforest. In Quechua, the indigenous language of the Inca empire, it means Spirit (Aya) Vine (Huasca). For thousands of years this healing plant has been used in ritualistic ceremonies overseen by indigenous shamans, known as ayahuasceros, to treat both physical and …

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Reincarnation, Consciousness, and Ego: When we die, what do we take with us and what do we leave behind?

There is much confusion over the nature of the human condition and the evolution of the Spirit. When we consider life after death, specifically regarding Consciousness, it’s very easily misunderstood. What are the qualities of consciousness and what is its relationship to Ego? As a psychic medium, connecting to a spirit entity across the veil …

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How To Protect Your Energy Field – A message to First Responders, Mental Health, Professionals and Universal Caregivers

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In this video Sally shares a simple routine to help individuals who deal with crisis situations in their careers to protect and cleanse their energy fields, especially after a difficult day on the job. There is information about how to use sage and gemstones to protect your energy field, in order to keep any negative …

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Agape Costa Rica

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Discovering Your Life Purpose: A How To Guide Sally Rice is a professionally certified psychic medium and founder of Agape Costa Rica. In this article Sally shares her Buddha Walk: “I went from living in Los Angeles, working 12-15 hours a day for 26 years as costume designer in the motion picture industry, to abandoning …

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