Friday, November 25, 2011

Book Review: The Angel Therapy Handbook

I’ve always known about angels, guardian angels, and Archangels. But I had never paid much attention to angel communications, angel rescues, and the like. Not surprisingly, then, I had often skipped right past Doreen Virtue as a possible “find” on my spiritual reading list. Boy was I wrong.
The Angel Therapy Handbook is wonderful. While reading it, I felt as though Ms. Virtue was my personal coach, showing me how to set up my own angel therapy practice.

She starts by describing the purpose of angels in general and your guardian angels and Archangels in particular. One reason that I had never spoken to my guardian angels or Archangels is because I couldn’t see the reason to do so. When I prayed, I had always prayed to God. In The Angel Therapy Handbook, Ms. Virtue tells you why talking to angels is a great option that you should use in addition to praying to God.
Ms. Virtue then delves into all the various angel therapy methods, the same methods that she teaches in her workshops. Remember…Ms. Virtue also trains and certifies angel healers, the classes of which (I’m assuming) are not cheap. The point is this: in this book, you’ll probably learn most of what she teaches these students, and at a fraction of the cost.

Included in this book is also invaluable advice in how to pick your expertise, develop your professional reputation, set up an angel therapy practice, market your services, and start giving lectures, workshops, and speeches on your topic.
An added bonus is that this book is written in a clear, easy-to-understand style and is a fast read. After all, I read it in 2 days which probably amounted to about 4 hours.  

If you want expert advice in talking to angels for yourself as well as for others, I highly recommend this book.

Disclosure of Material Connection: I received a copy of this book free from the publisher for purposes of writing a review. I have not been paid to write a positive review. The views expressed in this review are my own. (Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR Part 255.1

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