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Debra Landwehr Engle is the author of The Only Little Prayer You Need and Grace from the Garden and is a regular blogger at patheos.com. She is a longtime teacher of A Course in Miracles as well as a widely travelled inspirational speaker.
Debra Landwehr Engle, author, inspirational speaker, teacher,
and blogger of faith, takes a leap forward with her newest project
Let Your Spirit Guides Speak. In her previous book, The Only
Little Prayer You Need, she merely hints at the subject of
spirit guides. She has now fully embraced the topic and shares
boldly about it.Engle continues to inspire readers, viewers, and
live audiences with her gentle nature, considerable kindness, and
wisdom, as well as the reassuring passages that we are all being
taken care in times of uncertainty. Let Your Spirit Guides
Speak will help readers of every level to initiate and
cultivate a relationship with their personal spirit guides. Engle's
ministry of using prayer and meditation on a regular basis to
request guidance at all times, receive extra support during times
of challenge and transition, and to deepen the meaning of our lives
and appreciate our connection with Spirit will truly inspire
readers. -Allyson Gracie, Retailing Insight--
If you want to learn ways to connect with your spirit guides, Debra Engle has provided the map to do so. It outlines ways to do so which are accompanied by stories and examples that illustrate these ways. IT is a must have for spiritual seekers! --Dr. Steven Farmer, international author, spiritual psychotherapist and shamanic healer-- "Reviews"
In this short and sweet instructional manual, Engle demystifies the idea of a spiritual helper. Exploring the sense of the spirit world that she has felt since a young age, she likens spiritual helpers to ground control operators for aircraft who, although not physically present, are always watching and offering advice. Engle challenges her readers to consider what is possible if they learn to work with their spiritual helpers by seeking creative solutions and new ways of approaching life's dilemmas. She concentrates mostly on the language of the spirit world, such as urges to take certain actions for no apparent reason, and words, pictures, sounds, colors, and numbers that continue to show up, almost as if instructing one to pay close attention. Some of Engle's impressions come off as wistful or ungrounded, but her advice to sit still with paper and pen and ask any question that comes to mind, simply recording any and all impressions, is a fine jumping-off point for further daily spiritual reflection. --Publishers Weekly, September 2016-- "Reviews"
This book is going to be a valuable tool for people who are serious about their spiritual journey. It's one of those topics that people can't get enough of and I want to thank Debra for taking on a huge topic in such a beautiful way. --Echo Bodine, author of My Big Book of Healing and Echoes of the Soul-- "Reviews"