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Uplifting Story of Surviving & Thriving after a Tsunami

The video below is an uplifting story of surviving and thriving.  Mid interview, Jai Breisch discusses his precognitive dreams and the loss of his sister Kali during a family trip to Thailand in 2004, the year of the tsunami that killed over 230,000 people. We learn how he unraveled the symbolism in his dreams during the aftermath and the extreme anxiety that first got his attention.

Surveys suggest that more than 50% of the population have reported experiencing one or more precognitive dreams in their lifetime.  Jai Breisch’s is just one story…

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  1. Thank you, Jai, for sharing your extraordinary story of survival and how you came to thrive — through seemingly insurmountable crises & loss. I’m sure you’ve gone on to create great music as well as to share your powerfully positive view of moving forward in the face of tremendous adversity.

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