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May the Angels Be with You : A Psychic Helps You Find Your Spirit Guides and Your True Purpose
May the Angels Be with You A Psychic Helps You Find Your Spirit Guides and Your True Purpose Author:Gary Quinn Celebrated psychic Gary Quinn, whose readings and workshops have helped so many thousands and who has been embraced by celebrities, renowned athletes, and media leaders, now shares his unique wisdom in a book that will put you in touch with the ultimate power: the power of angels. — In the inspirational and upbeat voice he has become famous for, ... more »Gary describes how he has guided so many people to contact the angelic guides who have always surrounded them -- but hadn't yet been acknowledged or let in. And the results are always incredible -- people's lives change, their goals are achieved, their relationships are healed, simply by letting in the angels who are always there waiting to help, full of joy and positive energy.
* How you don't need to see angels -- or even fully believe in them -- to tap into their power.
* How to tell the difference between the messages of departed souls and those of angels.
And he answers questions like:
* What are the seven types of angels, including archangels, whom you can call upon?
* Why do certain angels come to us and how can we invoke them?
And he provides concrete advice and techniques, including:
* Prayers to help you gain access to your angels.
* Seventeen questions that will invite angelic guidance.
Gary also recounts the incredible story of how he first discovered his own angelic messenger in the Notre Dame cathedral in Paris at a crucial turning point in his life. And he tells the heartbreaking and ultimately inspiring story of how he struggled with his psychic gifts as a child and reconnected with them as an adult.« less
Very interesting and written in a very direct manner. Makes it clear that anyone can easily contact their angels, and that it is something worth trying. He does ramble on a little bit. I think the Sylvia Browne book is more helpful as a "how to" guide.