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Heal the Money Author Suzanne O’Keeffe

Heal the Money author Suzanne O'Keeffe

Suzanne’s writings have the power to inspire the next shift of monetary conscious to an egoless flow of money — a healed state of financial structures — a shift that will help everyone. A dedicated spiritual worker and talented writer and filmmaker, Suzanne explains teachings that release generations-worth of bad internal money programming and connect readers to their own true worth. Suzanne provides specific practical tools as well as perspective and insight to help people disconnect from the current economic “crises” and create a new flowing model.


Heal the Money came to Suzanne as a result of her own trials and successes as she cleared a series of traumatic financial challenges. Through her journey, she has been able to clear many debts, rescue her business, but most importantly transform her consciousness of money to one of ease, confidence, trust and flow, even when resources are low. 

Suzanne is an occasional contributor to Huffington Post’s Off the Bus as well as an imaginative director, writer and producer, whose films have been presented at the inaugural Short Film Corner: Cannes Film Festival and nominated for a Leo Award from the Academy of Canadian Cinema and Television. She is creator, director, and executive producer of Imagine Festival, an ongoing series of music and ideas that connects people creating a peaceful, healthy planet. She received her MA in writing from Carnegie Mellon University and began her directing career at Vancouver Film School’s digital media program. She has previously worked extensively in marketing, most recently in public television.


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