When the topic of channeling comes up, a lot of people are rather skeptical of it and dismiss it as quickly as it arose. As this practice makes a resurgence in our society, it is essential that we have an understanding of what we are dealing with. The best way to deal with a challenge is to have at least a basic understanding of it. The author goes to great lengths to put as much detail into this book as he possibly can.
Channeling Spirits: Your Guide to Finding That Doorway to the Spirit World is focused on the process that one needs to go through to be able to get to that level where one is able to communicate effectively and safely with spiritual entities.
The material is pretty easy to listen to and understand. Even the novice channeler will be able to make substantial progress with the help of this guide. The aim of this book is to inform and educate. In the long run, the challenge does not lie in the process, but in the mindset of the individual that is thinking about trying out the ancient art of channeling.
About the Author: Andrew G. Lilley grew up in a home where his parents - though Christian - sought to educate their children on all other forms of religion, as well as other practices and beliefs. As a result, Andrew had a rare opportunity that many children did not have: He was free to learn all that he wanted on any subject matter under the guidance of his parents.
He grew up with this sense of wanting to learn more, and it followed through college and on to his adult years. He always had a profound interest in channeling, and so he did his research and made connections with other people that were learning or proficient in the art of channeling. After a while he had enough confidence to try the process, and found the experience to be breathtaking. He then made the decision to help promote the resurgence of this ancient practice. It started with small online posts and then the idea to create a book came to him and he followed through.
Andrew leaves the listener to make an informed decision as to whether or not they want to learn more about channeling in the long run.
©2013 Andrew G. Lilley (P)2013 Andrew G. Lilley
It's painful to think that I spent money for this. It was simply "so bad." It's shallow and is an obvious composite of other authors' works.
Report Inappropriate Content