A Sneak Peek at Let Your Spirit Guides Speak

My copies of Let Your Spirit Guides Speak came this morning, which makes this one of those days that authors live for. Opening the box of author copies, holding the book in your hand for the first time—and hoping you don’t see a typo when you open to a random page—there’s always that question: What will this book do in the world?

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I hope it will offer you comfort, reassure you that you’re not alone, and give you some practical tools for finding guidance daily. To say thanks for your support, I want to share this short excerpt from the introduction of Let Your Spirit Guides Speak because it captures the essence of the book—why I wrote it and how it can bring more peace and abundance to your life. Enjoy!

If we can remember the unlimited spiritual guidance available to us, our problems—even the global ones—pale in comparison. Nothing is more powerful than the healing love of these spirit helpers. And when we draw on their assistance, we accelerate and amplify what’s possible for us and those around us.

There is no problem we cannot solve. But we need to ask for help from Spirit constantly—not just when we’re in crisis or we happen to remember. That means developing an ongoing relationship that’s different from how we might have thought of it before.
It’s easy to feel very alone in this world. Even in a crowd, even if you’re successful by the world’s standards, even in a marriage, even in a friendly neighborhood or busy workplace, we can feel adrift and far from home, and all our fears start chewing on us and eating us away, nibble by nibble. This makes life a struggle that it doesn’t need to be. And it prevents us from fully giving and receiving in life, limiting our ability to realize our own potential.
You have helpers standing right next to you. Introduce yourself. Ask them to introduce themselves to you. Close your eyes and let yourself feel their presence. Thank them even though you don’t know them yet.

Say yes. Be willing. And above all, believe that their help is as present and steadfast as the beating of your own heart.


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