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Montrose Native Explores Language Of The Soul

Jennifer Urezzio, who grew up in Montrose, recently authored "Soul Language."
Jennifer Urezzio, who grew up in Montrose, recently authored "Soul Language." Photo Credit: Courtesy of Jennifer Urezzio

MONTROSE, N.Y. -- Growing up in Montrose, Jennifer Urezzio always knew there was something different about her.

Urezzio has channeled her inner spiritualism and intuitiveness into the book "Soul Language." The book gives readers advice on how to connect with their soul to receive valuable insight and to act upon it.

"Soul Language" is a structure that gives individuals the words to describe what they already know deep down inside. Urezzio believes it helps people become stronger leaders, develop intuition and expand goals.

“Soul language creates accessibility to the soul. It allows individuals to have an experience in knowing that they are whole and complete and full of possibilities,” Urezzio said.   Urezzio has identified 107 different soul languages. Urezzio said each and every person has three soul languages, which falls into three different categories: Axiom of Quest (mission and purpose), Axiom of Translation (the fuel of your purpose and how you will be known here) and Tone (Soulful personality).

"Soul language puts some structure and words into people that they know they have deep down inside," Urezzio said. "When we have language to our truth, it allows us to be in harmony and not struggle as much."

Urezzio works with people one on one in sessions near her home in New Jersey to help bring out the best in her clients.

"I have heard time and time again, 'you put what I know deep down inside, I can stop struggling,'" Urezzio said. "It really resonates with people. All of the greats know this gut feeling. I get people to access this gut feeling."

Urezzio said growing up in Montrose, she realized the intuitive ability she had.

"I saw my father coming to the house and I knew my great grandmother had died," Urezzio said. "I just knew. I had this gut feeling. It's about how you work this muscle we all have."

Urezzio said a lot of people are scared to explore their soul language.

"Society has said it's something bad, not something good," Urezzio said. "It takes a lot of courage to think the truth and follow your gut. We all want to be accepted and fit in. Following your truth can feel a little unsafe."

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