A Message for Humanity: The Call of God's Angels at a Time of Global Crisis

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CLAIRVIEW BOOKS, 2001 - Religion - 244 pages
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Blessed with a special connection to the angelic hierarchies, K. Martin-Kuri relays an important message for humanity at a critical time in our development. She translates into living practices what we can do to that will allow our guardian angels to work more effectively in our lives and lead to change on a personal and cosmic level. Every time we think a negative thought or commit an act of jealousy, greed or hatred, we are holding the angels at bay. The angels want to help us, but they are powerless, except in extreme cases, if we do not create an atmosphere of love and kindness in which they can intercede on our behalf. Martin-Kuri shares with us special techniques for taming our inner dragons and defusing the powerful negative energies of society.
 

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Contents

Introduction
1
The Situation
11
The Truth About Angels
21
A Spiritual Whos Who
36
Transforming Your Life
81
Slaying the Dragon
122
The Angels Cup
134
Heaven Is Knocking Open the Door
151
Working for the Angels
188
Which Future Will We Choose?
208
The Petals of the Rose
224
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Martin-Kuri was born with the gift of spiritual vision, which she has refined and developed over the years. A painter, writer, medical intuitive, spiritual counsellor, educator, and art therapist, she is the creator of the American Conferences on Angels. She has made numerous media appearances on televisiion, radio and in print, but is perhaps best known for her remarkable paintings of angels and images of heaven. Her work is non-sectarian, and her pictures offer healing to people of all religious backgrounds. She trains people in the intuitive process and works as a consultant to provide spiritual diagnostic support for holistic physicians, She travels as a speaker when not working on commissioned paintings.

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