Clifford S. Coull began his career in information technology, an unlikely start for a future proponent of psychic abilities, reincarnation, and exotic languages. When a devastating divorce left him a struggling single parent, Coull was forced to reexamine his spirituality. His explorations would permanently change his philosophy on life, death, and happiness, awakening dormant mystical abilities he never could have imagined.
The third installment in Coull’s memoir trilogy, My Unbelievable Life takes readers through Coull’s childhood, failed marriage, and the visions and premonitions that began appearing to him in the wake of his divorce. How could he explain his sudden ability to speak to the dead? Why could he see the faces of people he’d never met, only to have those same people appear in his physical life days, months, or even years later?
His study of Eastern religions and the ancient Sanskrit language coincided with his emerging metaphysical powers, and it was only through intense study of reincarnation that he became comfortable with his strange new abilities. In telling his life story, Coull shares his unique understanding of the cycles of life with anyone who seeks a deeper understanding of the meaning of our existence.
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A native of Montreal, Canada, Clifford S. Coull began his professional career in information technology. After he moved his young family to the San Francisco Bay area, his marriage fell apart. He was suddenly a single parent, and he began looking toward spirituality for guidance. After studying Eastern philosophies and Sanskrit, he came to understand wholly the concept of reincarnation. With this spiritual awakening, he discovered previously unknown psychic abilities, including visions and premonitions. My Unbelievable Life is the third in a memoir trilogy that includes Are You Wearing a Barrel? and Like Trees Grow Together: A Spiritual Journey. Coull lives in Sonoma County in the heart of California’s wine country.
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