About St. Clair

Unknown-3-3-700x967Coletteā€™s abilities surfaced in childhood in the form of extra-sensory perceptions and cognizance experienced both in her inner and outer worlds. With animals, she was clairvoyant and clairaudient. With mentally challenged children and older people, it was clairsentience that gave her the needed insights to connect and later be of service to them. Her unique perspective often put her at odds with her environment and led her in her teens to question religious dogma and unconsciously begin her spiritual journey in search of Truth.

During her adolescent years in war-ravaged Lebanon where she was born, she questioned mankind, life and God with such depth and longing for understanding that she opened herself to her psychic and intuitive gifts.

It wasn’t until she was twenty-five that Colette stopped denying her psychic abilities. While living in London and working in the financial markets, she was awakened one night by a telepathic conversation with her dog who had just passed away. With that acknowledgement, she seized every opportunity possible to communicate telepathically with animals, which also attracted other paranormal experiences with both the physical and spiritual realms.

Ten years later, Colette’s spiritual journey landed her in California, where she felt immediately at home. This is where she found the spiritual resources needed to fully integrate her psychic gifts into her life and nurture her own healing and learning in preparation for the service work she felt awaited her. In hindsight, it was clear it had been her soul’s agenda all along!

God-the-way-300x224Seeking to better understand the relationship between spirit, mind, and body, she became a Reiki Master, studied Energy Psychology (EFT) and attended the University for Complementary Medicine in Los Angeles. She also turned to highly gifted spiritual teachers for experiential learning, which strengthened her abilities to communicate telepathically with animals and beings the spirit realm. She also developed her ability to energetically and intuitively read living people.

In 2001, Colette began offering her services professionally in animal communication, which led her to offer guidance and wisdom to pet owners. Along with her personal experience in telepathy with people in between lives, from departed loved ones to spirit babies, the seeds of Mystic Languages began to germinate. But her heart ached to apply her skills in service to those who suffer in silence.

By 2003, she found herself having serendipitous telepathic conversations with living babies and non-verbal children who needed help. These experiences reinforced her faith driven belief that all humans can communicate telepathically, especially given that animals and those in the afterlife do so easily. Colette’s professional life was growing but her personal journey had more surprises in store…

In-Solitude2010-11 was a life changing period for Colette, with a painful illness and a near-death experience that caused severe damage to her nervous system. Living with her noble dog Max, her physical disability was the saving grace that offered her a year-long solitary retreat. She used the time to reexamine life, to meditate, commune with God, and to ask for better understanding of her work’s higher purpose. Her illness didn’t kill her but strengthened her and within a year, she improved AnimalsConnect.com and launched MysticLanguages.com and HumanTelepathy.com.

Colette’s broad range of services, including her work with the Akashic Records, reveals the interconnectedness of all things. Her mystical qualities have earned her recognition as a spiritual coach and to many she is seen as a visionary and a game changer. Time will tell …

“Thank you for being an exemplar. You are an exemplar. You’re demonstrating to others, and what inspires me about you, Colette, is that you’re giving your gifts at a very high level and changing the lives of other people profoundly. God bless you for that.”
Neale Donald Walsch, teacher and author of the book series, “Conversations with God”

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