Christine-HoeflichAround 1985, a colleague at her first job after college told Christine that at some point in the future, she would “help a lot of people by doing something new.”  Thus began a journey that would take over two decades to realize, the result of which is her new book What Everyone Believed: A Memoir of Intuition and Awakening.

Back then, she was a materials science engineer and had no idea what this “new thing” would be.  She began to search for her “life plan,” but didn’t find much that was helpful.  It wasn’t until years later, after she married her dream man and gave birth to two beautiful and healthy children, that a crisis involving every important aspect of her life—including her marriage, family, career and self-identity—propelled her to take the steps necessary to finally discover her life purpose.

Her book is a personal account of her reconnecting process and a practical, down-to-earth guide that:

1. Explains in clear, simple terms the underlying laws and principles of the process of life, including the most direct way to connect to your higher self and gain confidence in your intuition.

2. Shows a bigger picture perspective of life that is more truthful, more beautiful, and more empowering to all people, all viewpoints, and all belief systems than any other known views.  In fact, Christine shows that all of our spiritual and belief systems have served us well; it’s just that it’s now time for a new, deeper understanding of our collective purpose here on earth.

3. Shows how each of us individually as well as humanity as a whole can now come to appreciate and be grateful for all our experiences, and thus come back together in Oneness

Through this book and through her writings, Christine hopes to inspire us all to reconnect to our higher selves and respond to our inner guidance.  In this way, we will come to know who we are and be able to create a new world.

She lives in the San Francisco Bay Area with her two daughters, ages 12 and 16.