A new review on my book Hiring the Heavens showed up on Amazon. Wow, I loved it so I thought I’d post it here so you can all read it. Thanks Jennifer for writing this.
Review of Hiring the Heavens:
Ditto everyone else’s glowing praise for this book and the technique. Here are a few of the results I’ve experienced:
– I have a long history of tearing my hair out and crying with extreme frustration when I do any machine sewing. One day I’d set aside an entire day to do a project and I hired the heavens to assist me. I was finished in 1 1/2 hours.
– My long-time sweetheart and I have extremely divergent strategies for shopping and we usually grit our teeth a lot. We hired the heavens before a major shopping trip out of town and it went so smoothly that we were actually energized by the time we returned home many hours later.
When my dear sweet mother passed, I couldn’t find the opal ring she’d promised me since I was four years old. She grew up in Australia and bought the opal for herself when she was 12 years old. The ring almost symbolized her. I scoured EVERY nook and cranny in her house, but no ring. After a year and a half, I thought I’d come to accept it, but when I read in the book about the gal successfully hiring a jewelry sleuth, I mourned the loss of my mom’s ring all over again and wished I’d known about hiring the heavens when I first discovered it missing. But then I thought, Well, it’s certainly worth a try.
A couple weeks later when getting dressed, I grabbed a knotted lone sock out of my drawer to match its mate I’d found lurking in the laundry room, and there was something heavy inside. I untied it and reached in and pulled out my mom’s ring. I am not making this up!!! This really happened!!! And yes, I had worn those socks many times in the previous year and a half.
My bottom line beliefs: We create our own reality and there’s only one of us here. Hiring the heavens helped me bridge the gap between my not being so sure that I could create a miracle and actually doing so. I see the angels as being part of me that resides on the other side of the veil which separates this physical reality from non-physical reality. The angels are the unlimited, can-do part of me. I still refer to them as “they,” but that’s just a grammatical device. I know the truth.
I encourage anyone wishing to increase their sense of well-being and their power to read this book and USE IT. Miracles DO happen!