Jaime T. Licauco is a Filipino author, newspaper columnist, lecturer, hypnotherapist, parapsychologist, and consultant. Licauco is the Philippines’ foremost authority on inner mind development, creative and intuitive management, paranormal phenomena, and mysticism. He has penned dozen best-selling books and numerous articles on these topics during the last 25 years.
Jaime Licauco received high reader ratings for Soul Mates, Karma, and Reincarnation (2017) about human relationships, universal justice, and multiple rebirths. He has appeared as a guest in numerous television and radio programs in the Philippines and abroad.
Jaime Licauco was born in San Juan, Metro Manila. He obtained his Master's in Business Management degree as a scholar from the Asian Institute of Management and his BA degree in Philosophy and English from San Beda College in Manila. During the 100th Anniversary of San Beda College’s founding in October 2001, he was named one of the Bedans of the Century for Literature.
Licauco has had 25 years of middle and senior management experience in various firms in the Philippines in the areas of human resources, management consultancy, and management training and development.
He is one of the leading gurus of Holistic or Complementary Medicine.
In 2012, the Marinduque State College awarded him a Doctor of Humanities Degree for his outstanding achievements in the fields of higher consciousness, paranormal research, and Philippine mysticism.
"The passage of time for past, present, and future is an illusion. We live in a multi-dimensional reality. Even theoretical quantum physicists have openly proposed the theory of parallel universes or the multiverse. So that events that are supposed to happen or take place in the past or future are happening at the present moment in different dimensions", believes the author.
He retired as anchor of the radio program Inner Mind on Radio over DZMM on December 31, 2013, after 21 years of continuous weekly service. He also wrote articles for Graphic Magazine. Now He regularly publishes his columns and reflections in the Daily Tribune.
Licauco is married to Yolanda Campos and has three children. They live in Parañaque, a city south of Manila.
Fun fact, Mr. Licauco is a direct blood descendant of the illustrious 19th-century Filipino painter Damian Domingo.
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