MaryEllen O’Brien is a retreat leader, spiritual teacher, writer, and veteran radio personality. She trained and graduated from InVision, Chicago, a highly regarded school of psychic development and energy healing. She also holds two Master’s Degrees in Theology: Loyola University Chicago, and Catholic Theological Union, Chicago. She has taught theology at the university level at both Loyola University Chicago and Lewis University in Romeoville, IL, and has been giving retreats and workshops since 1998.
The author of several books (http://amzn.to/hwLeJq) and countless articles, MaryEllen writes, give readings and energy healing sessions, teaches and is always looking for new venues to share a message of spirituality without borders. Readings include aura readings, angel readings, past life readings, and other specialized topics.
MaryEllen gives retreats on various spiritual topics that can be specialized for a group or organization’s needs. Some topics are: Meditation and Grounding to Foster Intuitive Living and Self Healing, Spiritual Peace, Angel Communication, Creativity, The Law of Attraction and Everyday Spirituality, and “The Art of Holy Dying,” the topic of her book, Living Well & Dying Well. An audio book published in Summer 2008 presents the classic from Esther de Wall, The Celtic Way of Prayer, in a beautiful oral interpretation performed by MaryEllen. She has spoken for groups and conferences throughout the U.S. and Canada.
As a spiritual advisor MaryEllen works with individuals using the art of spiritual companionship in combination with her intuitive abilities to help the person seeking spiritual direction to find their own answers and tap into their own healing abilities to enhance their life.
Contact MaryEllen by email to schedule a consultation or to inquire about a retreat or worship for your group.
“Angels on My Stage: The True Story of Eddie Benitez with Conversations with Gabriel” (Kindle, Amazon.com, 2010)
“Teachings of Gabriel” with Eddie Benitez, (Kindle, Amazon.com, 2011)
“Living Well & Dying Well: A Sacramental View of Life and Death” (Sheed & Ward, 2001),
“Living in Ordinary Time: The Letters of Agatha Rossetti Hessley” (ACTA 2005).