A New Light on Angels

Front Cover
Findhorn Press, Jan 9, 2009 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 144 pages
1 Review
The ubiquitous angels of everyday life are introduced in this fully revised and expanded bestseller. Buoyed by the firsthand experiences of regular people who have interacted with angels, the book offers guidance on how to reach out to the gentle beings who have chosen to serve mankind through help, support, and healing. The identities and purposes of a multitude of angels are explored, from the small angels who care for the slightest daily tasks to the enormous archangels who cast light over great universal projects. By raising consciousness and awareness about these heavenly spirits and the amazing companionship they have to offer, this investigation offers a glimpse into a more evolved world full of peace, light, and joy.
 

What people are saying - Write a review

LibraryThing Review

User Review  - IonaS - LibraryThing

This is a beautiful, simple but well-written book, as are all of Diana Cooper’s books among those I have encountered. It is printed on glossy paper and contains lovely angel pictures. The chapters are ... Read full review

Contents

My Introduction To Angels
1
What Are Angels?
5
Angels Are Waiting To Help
8
Spiritual Experiences
11
Angel Signs
15
Guardian Angels
18
Angels Are In Service
21
The Healing Power Of Forgiveness
23
Angels Of Buildings
53
Angels Answer Our Prayers
56
Angels Of Love
58
Earth Angels
60
Practical Angels
63
Angels Help A Marriage
67
Interdimensional Portals
69
Angels And The Nature Kingdoms
72

Angels And Children
25
Peace Angels
29
Spiritual Oil
31
Angels Of Ceremony And Ritual
34
Angels Light Up The Dark
37
Angels Heal Our Hearts
39
Angels Are Everywhere
41
Angels Help Us To Let Go
43
Healing With Angels
45
Angels Of Colour
49
The Archangels And Universal Angels
76
The Orders Of Angels
97
Angels From The Bible
101
Angels In Churches
104
Dark Angels
106
Rescuing Angels
111
Angel Wisdom
113
Inspiration
116
Angel Exercises
119
Copyright

Other editions - View all

Common terms and phrases

Bibliographic information