When I read the book, I was reminded of James Redfield's book The Celestine Prophecy where he talks about being aware of the synchronicities in our lives which will guide us to our next experience on life’s path. This book is a great example of asking the angelic world for assistance and seeing the tangible evidence of their involvement in our life. I was fascinated when Elizabeth talked about meeting strangers along her journey who always seem to present themselves at important turning points along the way where decisions must be made. I have also experienced this as well.
As I was reading this book, I stopped and started again several times-thinking about big picture issues and how my life has flowed from one experience to another. It made me think about the synchronicities I have experienced and how the universe gives us messages along the way to point us in the right direction.
I love the well written introduction by Lee Carroll where he states, "It's not just for you to admire Elizabeth on her journey. The entire purpose of the book is for you to see yourself in her, and look at the synchronicity of her journey compared to yours." I couldn’t say it better than Lee, because that’s exactly how I felt while reading the book.
I loved Elizabeth’s book, and so will you. If you’re interested in learning more about Angels, I also recommend reading Elizabeth Foley’s book Angel Readings for Beginners and A Guidebook for Advanced Angel Readings.
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