• Title
    Lynnda Pollio
  • Description

    Lynnda Pollio has been on an extraordinary life path. She led a corporate life as a successful advertising executive before following a calling to Sedona, Arizona where she immersed herself in various healing modalities, spiritual disciplines, and energy work. She began hearing the mystical voice of Addie Mae Aubrey, an elderly, Southern, African American woman who asked Lynnda to share the story of her turbulent teenage years in the late 1930s rural south. Together, these two women from different times and places embarked on an uncommon journey. Trusting the Currents represents an new literary genre of “conscious storytelling” engaging high spiritual frequencies that resonate with the reader’s heart, guiding them deep into their own truth and transformation.

    Lynnda was the world’s first Chief Consciousness Officer, working with Fortune 100 companies to integrate the “human technologies” of wisdom, intuition, compassion, empathy and gratitude into business practices. She lives in New York City and supports individuals through profound change in their lives.

    Awards: 2014 Nautilus Gold Award in Fiction
    The Nautilus Book Awards honors books of high literary merit that “promote spiritual growth, conscious living and positive social change.” Last year’s Gold award winner in Fiction was Barbara Kingsolver’s bestseller, Flight Behavior. Previous Nautilus Award recipients include The Dalai Lama, Deepak Chopra, Eckhart Tolle, Desmond Tutu and Marianne Williamson.

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