How to See Your Angels
The lives of an increasing number of people are being touched by angels and/or belief in angels, but what exactly are angels, these 'beings of light' that are comforting, healing and inspiring people all over the world? Why are they making themselves known now as never before? How exactly are they revealing themselves? How do you see or hear your angel or even know which angel to call on? In short, how can you recognise the presence of angels in your life, today? In this ultimate guide, angel expert Theresa Cheung provides answers to all these questions and more. Along with a collection of hundreds of specific angels from traditions and belief systems all over the world, the book brings everything bang up to date with advice on how to recognise the presence of angels in everyday life and how to understand angelic messages to guide your life choices. Alongside information on guardian angels, archangels, spirits and departed loved ones, readers will also learn about the nature and purpose of angels, what they can and can't do and how to call upon them in times of need. From those new to the angel phenomenon to those with a sound belief in and experience of angels, anyone seeking spiritual nourishment will treasure this one-stop reference guide to invoking the power, wonder and magic of angels into their life, today and everyday.
- 2010 Theresa Cheung
- Book Quality:
- Simon & Schuster UK Ltd
- Date of Addition:
- Health, Mind and Body, Nonfiction, Self-Help,
- Usage Restrictions:
- This is a copyrighted book.
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