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by  Mike WilliamsonWorking in the Realms of Spirit

Mike Williamson has been a Clairvoyant Medium for the last thirty years, only discovering his clairvoyant abilities in his thirties. In Working In The Realms Of Spirit, he and his family find themselves renovating and living in a large farmhouse in Surrey, UK, full of unwelcome spiritual visitors. They weren’t going to give in to these forces that were plaguing them and making their lives unpleasant but first of all they had to understand them. Mike himself says: “‘As we couldn’t find anyone to get rid of them for us, we had to learn how to do it ourselves.”

They start their journey to understand the part they play on Earth as eternal beings, by going to a number of ‘unusual’ spiritual circles. Eventually, Mike and his wife Jan, who is also a Medium, find the right circle and build up their protective power, understanding of the workings of Spirit, and healing abilities, enough to become Rescue Mediums. Their task is to help ‘lost souls’ to go into The Light and Home. Always at their side are powerful Spiritual Guardians. The one who calls himself Richard teaches them everything they need to know about the universal laws governing the behaviour of spirits. It is mostly with Richard’s wise and loving assistance, coupled with extensive training, that Mike and Jan act as part of a Spiritual Police Force that keeps the physical world safe from negative energies that want to cause mayhem in our realm. For years they have been acting on Richard’s memorable advice when it comes to a clearing: “‘When in doubt, chuck ‘em out!”

Mike is still fully engaged in the duties of a Rescue Medium, unmasking ‘impostors’ and ejecting any negative entities hanging around various properties, as well as teaching others to recognise and use their own budding clairvoyant abilities.

As a Medium myself, I can honestly say that I have never heard of so many questions being asked and answered so clearly. Mike and Jan Williamson are very fortunate to have such ‘transparent’ Spiritual Guardians watching over them. I have learnt a great deal from their painstaking accounts of the conversations they had with their Guides, and spiritual visitors, both good and bad.

Review by Jane Stewart Adams

Published by Authorhouse UK Ltd  www.authorhouse.co.uk

ISBN: 978-1456787363

 http://mikewilliamson.org.uk

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by Colin Fry

This book is full of comfort for anyone who has ‘lost’ a loved one or friend. In a very simple, mainly anecdotal, manner, Colin Fry explains that the Spirits – people who have passed over – continue to take a great interest in the lives of those they love here on the earth.

The accounts, all taken from his own experience, are by turns touching, amusing, and often very surprising. Indeed, Mr Fry writes in more than one place of his own amazement at some of the messages he has received, and the results of his conveying them to the intended recipients.

I was particulary struck by the chapter entitled ‘How the Spirits reward your patience’. In this section, Mr Fry tells of occasions when Spirits have themselves been patient and also very persistent, when they have wanted to make contact with someone in order to transmit important information. This is evidently an example for us to follow.

An interesting and uplifting book.

Reviewed by Annie Prosser

Published by Ebury Publishing.

www.eburypublishing.co.uk

http://www.colinfry.co.uk

ISBN: 9781846041846

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This book is full of comfort for anyone who has ‘lost’ a loved one or friend. In a very simple, mainly anecdotal, manner, Colin Fry explains that the Spirits – people who have passed over – continue to take a great interest in the lives of those they love here on the earth.By Your Side
The accounts, all taken from his own experience, are by turns touching, amusing, and often very surprising. Indeed, Mr Fry writes in more than one place of his own amazement at some of the messages he has received, and the results of his conveying them to the intended recipients.
I was particulary struck by the chapter entitled ‘How the Spirits reward your patience’. In this section, Mr Fry tells of occasions when Spirits have themselves been patient and also very persistent, when they have wanted to make contact with someone in order to transmit important information. This is evidently an example for us to follow.
An interesting and uplifting book.
 
Author: Colin Fry
 
Publisher: Ebury Publishing
Publisher’s Website: http://www.eburypublishing.co.uk/
 
Reviewed by: Annie Prosser

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by Tonika RinarJourney Home

According to this book everyone is capable of time travel. We can access history as it really happened, without later exaggeration or bias. We can also heal ourselves by coming to terms with our past lives.

In this book, Tonika escorts you into other worlds and dimensions, explaining her own remarkable experiences with the paranormal, embracing past life regression, ghosts, angel and spirit guides. She also encourages you along your own journey of self-recovery and understanding. A journey in which you can discover your own connection with the Universe and the many different dimensions contained within Creation.

“Journey Home” offers a multitude of insights, and along the way looks at some of the fundamental questions asked by all cultures around the world. Where do we come from? Why are we here? What is the point of our life? What happens when we die?

When I picked this book up, the sub-title made me expect a story-line that would be chronologically followed to reveal the many experiences of the writer. Instead, the book takes you along certain themes of which the author has gained a multitude of experiences and insights over time. The book focuses on angels, archangels, our soul, negative entities and God as well as the astral realms, spirit guides, ghosts, past lives and time travel.

Some of the things she writes about are well known to those of us who have read many spiritual books over time, and they are like a reminder of knowledge already gained. Yet other things were new to me. Tonika has a different view on many historical events as well as on spiritual protection as such in that she writes, there is no such thing as protection from false energies. Tonika writes about discernment, a much needed quality in these times of immense information coming towards us.

Tonika has a special way to discern Divine Will in her life. I feel we each have our own ways for discernment. We each have our own paths to follow and though I enjoyed this book thoroughly and found it very informational, not all within it resonated with my truth and inner being.

Review by Catheljine Filippo-Kokkeel

http://tonikarinar.com

Published by O books  www.O-books.net

ISBN number: 978-1-90504-700-0

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by Sylvia BrowneThe Psychic Torch

This book includes the full text of Sylvia’s bestsellers, “Adventures of a Psychic”, “If You Could See What I See”, and an all new volume “Accepting the Psychic Torch”.

What a wonderful anthology full of Sylvias experiences with her guide Francine, and about her life. In “Accepting the Psychic Torch” she focuses on her special relationship with her beloved psychic grandmother, Ada Coil.

All three parts take us on a psychic journey, gaining so much knowledge.  With each part, Francine gives us windows into the spiritual world and how things are seen from the other side of life.  A truly fascinating read.

Review by Juliana Glanfield

www.sylviabrowne.com

Published by Hay House  www.hayhouse.co.uk

ISBN: 978-1-4019-2042-5

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By: Julia CameronMozart's Ghost

Meet Anna, a thirty-something living alone in New York City. A schoolteacher by day; by night she works as a medium, covertly helping reunite people with their lost loved ones. Anna leads a double life, guarding her secret as much as she guards her heart – until Edward, a gangly yet handsome concert pianist moves into her building.

Edward’s music fills Anna’s apartment with beautiful sounds that disturb her concentration and her lines of communication with spirits. Romance blossoms, but Anna is conflicted by exposing her true identity, does she risk losing what may be her true love? And is music really his true love?

Then a ghost begins to interfere – that of the famous composer Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart – and while he causes havoc for Anna, he begins to play matchmaker, with unexpected results.

I was caught up in this enchanting story from page one and, whilst sympathising with Anna’s desire to keep her abilities as a medium secret, was totally amused by the many quirky characters in her life, not least of all Mozart who just will not take ‘No’ for an answer, and a brother who has no sense of boundaries! Funny, touching and beautifully descriptive, this book is a joy to read.

Published by: Hay House

www.hayhouse.co.uk

ISBN: 978-1-84850-226-0

http://www.theartistsway.com/

Reviewed by: Joan Osborne

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by James Van Praagh

James Van Praagh wants everyone to be aware of the ghosts among us who help us to “tune into the spirit forces around us to gain a proper perspective of ourselves in our world”. He writes with great compassion and humour: “I’ve yet to hear a ghost shriek, Boo!” His book is full of interesting, easy to read “ghostly” anecdotes that paint a vivid picture of what happens as we leave our bodies behind at death and become a disembodied spirit. He assures us that passing is painless and that we are never alone but brought into an environment that is familiar to us, usually our childhood home, surrounded by our loved ones already there. He also introduces the reader to the Medium on whom he based the TV programme The Ghost Whisperer, and includes practical advice on Spirit contact. I loved his book, he is a wonderful ambassador for Spirit, and I highly recommend it to anyone who is fascinated by the everyday workings of The Spiritual Realms.

Review by Jane Stewart Adams

Publisher: Rider Books  www.rbooks.co.uk  ISBN: 9781846041877

www.vanpraagh.com

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