Spirit Guide interpreter and South Africa's top psychic" Shannon Walbran narrates her own book.
Guided! How to Communicate with your Spirit Guides. Shannon Walbran is heard worldwide on radio every week, helping callers solve their toughest personal problems by channeling direct, specific information. She has been practicing professionally since 2003 and has directly served more than 10,000 clients.
In Guided! Shannon combines practical how-to's and case studies with magical worldwide adventures, reminiscent of Elizabeth Gifford's Eat, Pray, Love and Sonia Choquette's Trust Your Vibes.
Shannon's voice in Guided! How to Communicate with Your Spirit Guides is as strong and bright as her personality. Her concise and ‘to the point' method of writing is refreshing.
In the biography section of the book, Shannon is candid about her tumultuous journey, which includes much sadness and hardship.
©2008 Graysonian Press / Heartspace Books (P)2013 Shannon Walbran
SciFi/Fantasy and Classics to History, Adventure and Memoirs to Social Commentary—I love and listen to it all!
My muses have decided to take a loooong holiday, which I can ill afford. So, I'm about as desperate as it gets here. I was pretty thrilled to find this book, and was filled with hope that there might be tidbits on finding guidance, finding help, finding my way back "home" if you will. Instead, this book is filled with snippets of all of Walbran's sessions, and pithy little lessons from them (such as: "I sensed the client had healing powers, so I asked her to diagnose me, and she did."). These were not helpful at all.
Then she goes into a lengthy history of how she became aware of and developed her abilities.
I swear, if there was guidance on communicating with Spirit Guides in there, it was but a pinpoint of light, easily missed. Pass this one up. I'm sure there's better out there.
Shannon gives an experiential account of her own spiritual journey and shares the valuable lessons in faith that she learned along the way.
Yes, definitely. It is very clear and informative and you can hear the sincerity in her voice. Shannon is very articulate when narrating the book. I especially like the way she describes a scene and/or a person, she gives such concise details such that you are able to actually visualize the person or scene. I also like the way she offers further explanations about a concept or type of practice that may be foreign to a lot of people e.g. a "sangoma". It makes it easy for someone to continue listening and following the story with understanding instead of stopping to Google the word to try and find out what it means.
Sai Baba, I am even wishing I could also come into contact with him. He sounds very spiritual, almost like he is not of this world, he sounds like he has reincarnated.
Where Shannon goes to a conference with her neighbor and she is enlightened. It’s like she got an awakening and her eyes were opened and she finally admitted to herself that the relationship with her South African fiancé had evolved to nothing more than that of roommates and it was going nowhere.
The practice of KINESIOLOGY: I had never heard of it until two days ago when I first listened to this audio recording. I am deeply intrigued by it and I will definitely go onto Google to see if I can find a Kinesiologist close by so that I can book myself an appointment.
I thoroughly enjoyed this audio, especially because I am not too big on reading books :). I have listened to it twice already in the past two days. I am overwhelmed and I admire Shannon for her open mindedness. She is not afraid of testing out or rather learning more about other cultures and especially religions. She is not afraid to explore. I see that her attitude of openness has helped her open up her world and it has helped her answer a lot of questions that she would have otherwise not have been able to answer had she just decided to close herself up. This has also helped me. I now have a new eagerness to learn new things, find out more about other religions, practices. Listening to this audio has made me very curios and itching to know more. Shannon thank you so much for deciding to write this amazing book. Thank you for sharing your experiences with us. Thank you for sharing your ups and your downs with us.
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