Tathiana Mota was born in 1974 in Manaus, Brazil. Besides having a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration, she is a polyglot, translator and educator. An interest in parapsychic phenomena led the author to conscientiology classrooms in 1993. Tathiana is passionate about social change through education and has more than 20 years of active volunteer experience in the third sector. Her extensive background includes personal development and self-assessment, mentoring, training, mediation, project and event management. She has worked in projects for teacher training in Brazil and abroad at the International Institute of Projectiology and Conscientiology (IIPC) and the International Association of Parapedagogy and Consciential Reeducation (Reaprendentia). Tathiana is currently on sabbatical in Brisbane, Australia, immersed in a multicultural experience to deepen her research on global citizenry. She is currently a volunteer at BiblioAfrica, encouraging education through reading and contributing to the acquisition, translation and donation of books in the African Continent.
Have you prepared yourself for this current life in the period between lives? In this episode I talk with Tathiana Mota, author of the book Intermissive Course, about the different ways we may have prepared ourselves for this life, why it matters and how we can connect more deeply with our life purpose. If you have the feeling that you are here for a reason but haven't quite worked out what that is yet, I encourage you to tune in.
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