Ann Merivale
Ann Merivale

Born in 1940, Ann Merivale grew up in Oxford and Bristol. After graudating in French and Spanish from the University of Bristol, she made use of her linguistic expertise working for many years in support of the Third World. In 1969 her work took her to Geneva, where she met her husband, David Pearson, who is now Emeritus Professor of Mathematics of the University of Hull. They returned to England in 1974 and, after bringing up three children (one adopted), she gave up language teaching in order to dedicate herself to research into spiritual matters, writing and healing. She started practising regression therapy in 1998 after gaining a diploma from the London College of Past Life Regression Studies. She then undertook further training with the renowned Jungian pschoanalyist Dr. Roger Woolger and gained his diploma in Deep Memory Process therapy (DMP)in 2001. Her first book, 'KARMIC RELEASE - Journeying Back to the Self', which was published by Sai Towers Publishing, Bangalore, in 2006, demonstrates graphically how DMP works in practice and also includes self-help exercises. Her second book, 'SOULS UNITED - The Power of Divine Connection', is the definitive book on twinsoulship and was published by Llewellyn Worldwide, USA, in 2009. She has since then had four books published by John Hunt Publishing. (Titles listed below.)


Books by Ann Merivale

Discovering the Life Plan

Apr 2012

Are you wondering how to save the world, or to get yourself out of a mess? Here you'll find how!

Delayed Departure

A Beginner's Guide to Soul Rescue

Aug 2013

Rescue ghosts and help to clean up our polluted atmosphere.

Life Without Elgar

A Tale of a Journeying Soul

Oct 2014

Explains how the author got into her previous life as Helen Weaver, Edward Elgar's first fiancée, the healing involved, and includes imagined correspondence between the composer and Helen.

Thicker Than Blood?

A Fresh Look at Adoption, Fostering and Step Families

Apr 2015

If you wonder how family members are chosen, this book, with its fascinating and varied stories, will give the answers.

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