The Company of Spirits is a blog by Wendy Gillissen, M.A.

I am a psychologist, past life therapist, author , dreamworker and jewellery maker living and working in the Netherlands. I also teach dreamwork  at the Trance Art School for Hypnotherapy in The Hague and host dream groups in my practice.

When I found my award-winning début novel, Curse of the Tahiera had in fact been inspired by my own past lives and those of people close to me, and became sensitive to their presence on this plane, I realized I am always in the company of spirits, hence the name of my blog.

In my spare time I play the Celtic harp, travel and hug unsuspecting trees.

I created this blog to share my experiences with spirituality, which moves through all the areas of my life.

Feel free to comment or share your own experience!

Please note that I have a busy therapy practice in the Netherlands and only work with clients face to face; I am not available for online personal advice.
You might, however, submit general questions on past lives and reincarnation on my column on Spiritualist Resources.

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  1. Lovely description dear Wendy. I couldn’t help but be awed with the similarities… I am a singer myself and I love writing, alongwith the past life work and Rebirthing-Breathwork. Not just that, but for a long time I was organising workshops for a harpist/healer Erik Berglund in India before he passed on. One day when I was just gazing at his specially made Celtic harp, he told me I must study it. Going through your post I was reminded of his words…
    Much love!

    1. Thank you, Deepti! And yes, amazing similarities! Maybe for you too, music and healing and writing emanate from the same place, so to speak… when I play the harp, it is sometimes as if I can hear the strings talk to me. And when I write, it feels like painting or singing… When I conduct sessions, it feels like art too, and often I feel I am channelling my higher self and past lives who have been conducting healing work for a very, very long time… I am so glad you got to know Erik Berglund, what a wonderful man. I hope you do take on the Celtic harp, it is, like he says a heart-instrument. Playing it opens the heart chakra and is a wonderful subtle sound healing! Much love, Wendy

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