Only a Thought Away

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iUniverse, 2005 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 188 pages
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Have you ever wished that you could communicate with the other side? If you've lost a loved one, can you imagine being comforted by the very person for whom you are grieving? Are you seeking the kind of insightful guidance that can only be given by those who have gone before us?

In (Your Departed Loved Ones and Spirit Guides are) Only A Thought Away, Rev. Joseph J. Mauriello employs a common sense approach to make spirit communication both easy to understand and easy to accomplish. Using experience that comes from a lifetime of communicating with the other side, Rev. Mauriello gives you everything that you need to begin using and developing your own natural medium-ship abilities. (Your Departed Loved Ones and Spirit Guides are) Only A Thought Away will teach you how to:

  • Send and receive messages with the other side without rituals or ceremonies
  • Develop a highly effective meditation technique
  • Separate your thoughts from spirit communications
  • Interpret signs and symbols that spirits use
  • Employ proven safety measures
  • Form a relationship with your spirit guides
  • Make spirit communication a natural and constant part of life

(Your Departed Loved Ones and Spirit Guides are) Only A Thought Away reveals the truth about spirit communication and shows you the comfort, wisdom, and joy that arise from daily spirit contact. Your loved ones are waiting to speak with you-isn't time you learned how to communicate with them?


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