about Giselle M. Massi

Giselle M. Massi

Giselle M. Massi is the author of “We are Here for a Purpose: HOW TO FIND YOURS” and the novel “Just Dance the Steps.” She was a journalist with The Denver Post for 16 years. As a young adult she recognized her gift of clairvoyance. She has been studying traditional religious, spiritual and mystical practice for decades.

Giselle chose to end a long career as a journalist to write her first book, a memoir about her father Joseph. In 2007 Giselle produced “Here and Hereafter: Consciousness and the Journey of My Soul” that aired on public television in Colorado. Her essays and poetry are widely read.

books by Giselle M. Massi

We are Here for a Purpose: HOW TO FIND YOURS
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Just Dance the Steps
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Life is like putting together a jigsaw puzzle. You complete large sections of it in short amounts of time. Sometimes you look for hours and days to find the next piece. And sometimes someone comes along and immediately finds the next piece. This piece triggers the next part of the puzzle.

Thank you Giselle for helping with my puzzle.

Ric Pelaar, Gower, MO

Most Recent Writings & Media

Nearing Cemetery Gate

My eyes are getting tired my hair is going gray my teeth appear much longer my naps take most the day I can’t recall last passion’s flare or when I lost the spark I only feel the hours tick and tock my life toward dark To say I cannot see…

Going Home Via Fierce Grace

(From my “A2W Aging to Wisdom” series, explorations of the joyful ways to go through life.) In 1997 a stroke brought death up close and personal to author and spiritual teacher Ram Dass and with it an opportunity to self-evaluate how he had approached his own death. One might expect…

A Thing of Great Beauty

(From my “A2W Aging to Wisdom” series, explorations of the joyful ways to go through life.) For me, the easiest way to begin to restore peace is to speak from the heart, even if blunt honesty or a rebuke is what may be required. But speaking from the heart, well,…

The Light in My Father’s Eyes

I saw everything I did in my life, my father told me while he lay on his hospital deathbed. He then slowly and deliberately lifted his skeleton of a right arm, and moved it in an arc from 3 o’clock to noon. The images of his life review were less…

Meant To Be

(I began writing this piece in 2001, but only recently came across it in my files. This true story fills in essential details of my spiritual history and journey with my Dad and ex-husband.) It was a day like none before or since. Larry had a borrowed kepah on his…

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