Liz explains how paranormal events are her normal now. They have filled her life in a very tangible way, and she’s not talking about things that go bump in the night, unexplainable voices or seeing the Virgin Mary on a potato chip. Nope, what she’s talking about is following the synchronicities and signs that are revealed in the most common places, including billboards and human interactions.
Liz’s message is simple; You’re not crazy for experiencing it. The craziest thing to Liz is when these miraculous experiences are ignored and denied. Her goal is to inspire and encourage people to work with these signs and magic.
Liz Grover travels the world as a spiritual activist, specializing in sharing the voices and events of social movements through writing, film, photography, and Internet media. Her career started at the age of 15 when she helped organize local Maine communities to stand up to corporate polluters. At the age of 20, she began her international work as an English teacher in the Nepalese school system. At the age of 22, she designed Internet media tools for Afghanistan’s first presidential and parliamentary elections after the fall of the Taliban; she did the same for Timor-Leste’s 2007 parliamentary cycle 2 years later.
She also organized powerful actions such as Walk in their Shoes, an art installation of nearly 8,000 pairs of shoes that was displayed on the Washington National Mall to memorialize Iraqis who lost their lives to the war. When working outside of peace activism, Liz spends her time as a photojournalist documenting the Buddhist and Hindu relics of Central and Southeast Asia, and as a student and practitioner of eastern based spiritual philosophy.