Divine Guidance: How to Have a Dialogue with God and Your Guardian Angels

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Macmillan, Sep 18, 1999 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 288 pages
Virtue, a spiritual counselor, encourages everyone to communicate directly with God and the angels, and she maps out several clairvoyant styles for doing so. The method itself is surprisingly simple: breathe deeply and slowly, formulate specific questions, and trust God. She discusses characteristics of true guidance and ways to discern whether knowledge comes from wishful thinking or from interference by the lower self. The ultimate test seems to be whether guidance provides support and encouragement, or fear and negativity; she believes that the latter indicates false guidance.
 

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Doreen Virtue (yes, that is her real name) holds B.A., M.A., and Ph.D. degrees in Counseling Psychology. The daughter of a Christian spiritual healer, Doreen is a fourth-generation metaphysician who grew up with miracles and angels. She blends psychology, spiritual communication, and the principles of A Course in Miracles in her private practice, where she conducts angel therapy and spiritual healing. Doreen gives Divine Guidance workshops and lectures across the country. She is the author of Angel Therapy and The Lightworker's Way.

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