77 episodes

You know you have a book inside you, why not discover it? Take the leap and jump into the story – and write it and make money while doing so. You’ll be finding out how to break down the process and meet others who’ve done it too.

The Leap Into Your Story Podcast with Victoria Andersen Victoria Andersen

    • Arts
    • 1.0 • 2 Ratings

You know you have a book inside you, why not discover it? Take the leap and jump into the story – and write it and make money while doing so. You’ll be finding out how to break down the process and meet others who’ve done it too.

    Megan Mary: Dream Analysis and Interpretation

    Megan Mary: Dream Analysis and Interpretation

    Megan Mary: Dream Analysis and Interpretation

    • 38 min
    Rob Gutro: Ghost Encounters Part 2

    Rob Gutro: Ghost Encounters Part 2

    Rob Gutro: Ghost Encounters Part 2

    • 46 min
    Rob Gutro: Animal Medium Pets Speaking from the Afterlife (Part 1)

    Rob Gutro: Animal Medium Pets Speaking from the Afterlife (Part 1)

    Rob Gutro: Animal Medium Pets Speaking from the Afterlife (Part 1)

    • 1 hr
    Dr. Scott Taylor: Afterlife Files, Near Death, and Shared Death Experiences

    Dr. Scott Taylor: Afterlife Files, Near Death, and Shared Death Experiences

    Dr. Scott Taylor: Afterlife Files, Near Death, and Shared Death Experiences

    • 1 hr 3 min
    Meredith Herrenbruck: Transformation and Healing: NLP, Huna, and Family Soul Constellations

    Meredith Herrenbruck: Transformation and Healing: NLP, Huna, and Family Soul Constellations

    Meredith Herrenbruck: Transformation and Healing: NLP, Huna, and Family Soul Constellations

    • 52 min
    Natalie Zett: Deceased Ancestors Guiding Us

    Natalie Zett: Deceased Ancestors Guiding Us

    Natalie Zett: Deceased Ancestors Guiding Us

    • 51 min

Customer Reviews

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Horrible

I wanted to learn more about Istvan Zsako’s fascinating story. What I heard was the interviewer rambling on ad nauseum about her story. The poor guy had to interrupt her just to get a word in. I can’t believe (I assume) she listened to this and didn’t see how obnoxiously she acted. Every time he would finish answering a question the first word out of her mouth was “I” and then she would soliloquize for as much as 5 minutes on her experiences and perceptions. She also needs a vocal coach because that voice is far too shrill for a podcast.

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