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- Her Spirit Guide Angels Were Her Best Friends and Life Coaches
- By: Linda Deir
- Narrated by: Linda Deir, Ray Holley
- Length: 9 hrs and 18 mins
At early childhood, Linda Deir experienced something most of us miss - she realized she was being guided. Now, after a lifetime of being guided, she shares what she has learned and how she learned it. A survivor of child abuse, at 20 months old, baby Linda knew her life was in danger. Unloved, abused, and out of options, she ran away from home. Two policemen found her miles from home, barefoot and in diapers, running down the median of a busy California expressway.
- By Mary Moore on 09-27-15
All about Linda Deir.... not Spirit Guides
What would have made Guided better?
A lot more information about the Spirit realm and the interaction with her guides. Instead this book is simply an A to Z autobiography about Linda's life and her being the victim of nearly everyone she was ever involved with. She credits her Guides with getting her through every twist and turn but relates almost nothing about how they guided her other than her crediting her intuition to their guidance. Don't bother if you are looking for any real information on how she converses with her guides or receives their guidance. There is very scant information of this sort.
What could Linda Deir have done to make this a more enjoyable book for you?
She could haves spent the reader's time relating how she was guided by Spirit and provided a lot more information about her spiritual relationship with her guides rather than detailing every detail of her whole life in an almost day by day account.
Have you listened to any of Linda Deir and Ray Holley ’s other performances before? How does this one compare?
No... I have not.
What reaction did this book spark in you? Anger, sadness, disappointment?
Disappointment in the nature of the book in that it was not at all what I expected. As to the autobiographical aspect, it is boring to listen to chapter after chapter of her life and the negatively dysfunctional relationships she had for nearly all of her life. It almost makes one wonder just how anyone could have such negative relationships with nearly every important person in their lives... and whether she could have had a much different life It makes me wonder why, if she had such Spirit guidance, she would have gone down some of the chosen paths of her life.
Any additional comments?
If you are looking for any real information on Spirit Guides, their nature, how to contact them or access them or their guidance, look elsewhere and save your money or credits. Similarly, if you are looking for an uplifiting story line... you won't find it here. If you want to know Linda Deir's life in almost excruciating, boring detail then you have found your book.
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