Questions From Earth, Answers From Heaven: A Psychic Intuitive’s Discussion of Life, Death, and What Awaits Us Beyond
About this book
Psychic intuitive Char Margolis has amazed TV hosts from Larry King to Regis Philbin--and millions of viewers--with her uncanny ability to make contact with departed spirits. Now she shares her most exciting experiences in this astonishing book. But this is much more than a memoir-Char also tells you how to develop your own psychic abilities. Her inspiring advice can help you to contact a loved one's spirit, or enhance your innate ability to sense danger or protect others. She also provides easy instructions for making life-changing decisions-intuitively-about business, family, health, and love! Discover: * Why we don't have to fear death * Nineteen questions that test your intuitive abilities* Sure-fire ways to tell if a spirit is trying to contact you* Expert guidance on evaluating an intuitive or psychic message* Methods to help you communicate with loved ones, guardian angels, and spirit guides* The messages you can find in dreams and daydreams* Important facts about guarding against negative energies...and much more!LET CHAR SHOW YOU HOW TO FOLLOW YOUR INTUITION TO... ..."hone in" on missing or misplaced objects...psychically contact people or "accidentally" run into them...choose or change a career intuitively...do an intuitive health check, including discerning specific conditions...ease the pain of grief and losing a loved one...expand your wisdom and happiness...increase your ability to love...prevent problems and attain goals in your life
This one was just for me. It was nice to read something familiar as so much of what she talks about I've already experienced. Easy reading, good insight, and simple steps anyone can try to help expand your "intuition" even though it isn't this easy.
I like to read about psychics, but I like it to be in story form and this wasn't that way at all......
BORING!! She uses 20 Chapters to explain how to harness your intuition. The whole book could have been summed up in a chapter or two. It's like reading a whole book on how to make an omelette! Just awful!!