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THERESA DOMINGUEZ-WEISS

DEATHWALKER

Journeys of Life, Death & Beyond

When Theresa Dominguez-Weiss experienced the death of her beloved grandmother something extraordinary happened, but it was so overwhelming and bizarre she completely buried the memory. Seventeen years later, the remembrance of Deathwalking, accompanying her Abuelita Grandma Rosie to the OtherSide, bubbled to the surface and she wrote it all down. It took almost 21 years for her to publish as she was terrified that people would think she was some sort of wacko! However, she knew she had to share this remarkable experience with the world, every detail in all their shimmering glory

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The Author

For over 20 years I practiced nursing in hospitals in the Los Angeles and San Francisco area. In the early 80’s I obtained an advanced certificate for Nurse Practitioner from University of California, Davis’ School of Family Medicine. (FNP).  My first job as a Nurse Practitioner was working in an Orange County Family Practice clinic in a barrio in Santa Ana, California.  It was here while working that I had my experience Deathwalking my “abuelita” Grandma Rosie. Later I joined a Rheumatology medical practice (the study and treatment of joint and inflammatory immune system diseases) and ended up in a Neurology practice with a nationally well-known neurologist who specialized in headache management and chronic pain.

In the late 1980’s I left the medical world to help run “Power Places,” an international custom group tour company my husband Dr. Toby Weiss named and founded in the early 1980’s. “Power Places” is now a commonly used term that relates to awe-inspiring ancient sites around the world with special energies or a sense of a mystical feeling to them. Examples of such mystical sites would be the Great Pyramid and Sphinx, Machu Picchu, Stonehenge, the Mayan pyramids such as at Chichen-Itza, temples in Tibet, plus many more. Toby invented the special niche of “transformational travel,” creating the mileau on-site for travelers to open their “awareness” to experience the special energies at these ancient sacred sites. As Director and Vice President I was in charge of the international on-site tours, and international conference management.

About The Book

DEATHWALKER

Journeys of Life, Death & Beyond

I am a Deathwalker

When Theresa Dominguez-Weiss experienced the death of her beloved grandmother something extraordinary happened, but it was so overwhelming she completely buried the memory. Seventeen years later, the remembrance of “Deathwalking,” accompanying her abuelita Grandma Rosie to the OtherSide, bubbled to the surface  She knew she had to share this remarkable experience with the world, every detail in all their shimmering glory.

Dominguez-Weiss has experienced many transformative events that most people would consider outside the realm of ordinary life.  In the hopes of inspiring others, she has woven them together in this captivating book.  Her life is extraordinary, and her stories are fascinating.

Deathwalker-Journeys of Life, Death and Beyond includes her experiences with death and near-death, intuition, past lives, telepathic communications with pets and shamanic adventures at ancient power places such as the Great Pyramid and Machu Picchu.

For Dominguez-Weiss, these “peak” moments have served as springboards into a more meaningful life.

INTERVIEWS/EVENTS


Read the latest interviews with Theresa about her book and Travels.

TRAVELS WITH THERESA

 There are Places In this World That have Proven Their Power To Energize,  To Heal, To Transform the Traveler. They are WAITING For You NOW…


You are invited to travel with Theresa and a community of like-minded seekers to embrace the wonders of mystical ancient temples and sacred sites for meaningful “peak” lifetime experiences.

  • MACHU PICCHU, PERU
  • EGYPT
  • CRETE, GREECE
  • MAYAN PYRAMIDS AND TEMPLES
  • Tibet,  Ireland 
  • Plus More

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THE WORLD THROUGH THERESA’S EYES

NEWSLETTER


COMING SOON

ABUELITAS’ KITCHEN


I was so lucky to have 2 incredibly loving abuelitas,  Grandma Rosie and Grandma Panchita.

Both came over the border in the early 1900’s to escape the Mexican Revolution.

Both lived in Los Angeles so we were fortunate to be able tovisit every weekend, which we loved to do, especially as they made the best tasting food imaginable!

THERESA DOMINGUEZ-WEISS FNP-retired

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