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A University of Wisconsin Oshkosh alumna has reached international success with the April release of the new book, “Pearls of Wisdom: 30 Inspirational Ideas to Live Your Best Life Now!”

Asia Voight, of Madison, is featured in the book of 30 inspirational ideas for removing the roadblocks in life.

Voight, who received her bachelor’s degree in radio-TV-film in 1996 from UW Oshkosh, tells the riveting story of how she used her intuitive abilities and defied all medical odds to heal her paralyzed legs. A fiery car accident in 1987 led to a near-death experience for Voight, and she found herself paralyzed, severely burned and fighting for her life at the age of 22. She was given a 3 percent chance to live.

Even if she did survive, doctors told her she would be 98 percent disabled. She desperately needed guidance to get her legs moving and her body healing. This urgency opened her intuitive powers, enabling her to relearn how to walk, while reawakening her telepathy at the same time.

In “Pearls of Wisdom,” Voight tells the inspirational story of how she defied the odds and walked out of the hospital three short weeks later.

“In the book, I talk about how this one life-altering experience helped me reconnect with my full potential,” Voight said. “I am helping others learn from my experience that it is within us all to lead a more enligthened and happy life, beginning right now. ”

Communicating with animals and spirit guides since childhood, Voight is one of the world’s leading experts in animal communication and intuitive life coaching. During her 14-year professional career, she has worked with more than 50,000 animals and people worldwide. She has been connecting people with their animal companions and motivating them with her personal story of courage and triumph, while showing them how to awaken their own telepathic skills.

“Pearls of Wisdom” is Voight’s second book release. She also has a chapter in “Extraordinary You: The Art of Living a Lusciously Spirited, Vibrant Life,” which was released in November 2011. Voight’s story also will be featured in a full-length reality movie, “Face2Face,” later this spring.

“My work with animals and people over the last decade and a half—and now through my books—is my way of helping all people understand the  connection with the universe that I have always known,” Voight said. “A lot of my clients feel disconnected and confused when they come to me. I can help them experience greater understanding and connection. But I truly believe that animal communication and intuitive life coaching is not only healing these people and animals but also the world.”

Contributed  by Amy Pikalek.

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