TOP 500 REVIEWERon 12 April 2015
This is the first book I've read by Sonia Choquette, and it will hopefully not be the last.
It is written simply and clearly and is easy-to-read. Sonia tells us of her own guides and experiences with them and those of her clients.
Sonia was lucky to be born to a mother who talked to her guides constantly and informed her of the many guides who were assigned to watch over, help, protect, and teach her throughout her lifetime.
The first important thing to do is leave a free period of perhaps 20 minutes open every week, and perhaps later every day, where you answer to no-one but yourself. During this time you should allow yourself to pursue a beloved interest such as playing the piano, spending time in the garden, or simply daydreaming. When you do this, your spirit will guide you to more and more of what nurtures and feeds you.
There's a chapter about guardian angels - our personal bodyguards, and how we should talk out loud to them when we can and ask them to do various things for us.
We're told how to invoke the Archangels by chanting their names in a songlike manner. Sonia tells us about the seven Archangels - Michael, Gabriel, Raphael, Uriel, Raguel, Sariel, and Remiel (though actually I have heard elsewhere that there are more).
Michael, archangel number one, is the patron of protection and love. Gabriel, No, 2, calms your doubts and boosts your confidence, Raphael is in charge of healing and also inspires your creativity. Uriel has a grounded vibration, is the messenger that brings warnings, and is the patron of music. Raguel is a sort of police officer, and can help you to get your children to behave! Sariel keeps things in order, and Remiel is the angel of hope, and also greets us at death's door and escorts us to heaven. When he shows up, "the vibrations of fear, stress and drams that come with facing death give way to absolute peace and calm".
We may call for help on the Ministry of Angels, which has infinite departments, such as parking, computers, shopping, healing and so forth. We can put them on whatever assignment we undertake. Just believe and call for help.
We can call on our spirit guides when we need them. They can't serve us without our permission. Most have lived at least one life on Earth; Sonia tells us that people generally have access to up to 33 guides at any given time!
A good way of connecting to our guides is writing to them at a specific quiet time of your day. State your problem and ask for guidance.
This book contains many exciting chapters. A "negative" feature of it for me was the apparently infinite numbers of guides and angels of various sorts available, so I have difficulty in distinguishing between them.
We are introduced to the various types of nature spirits and a group of spirit guides known as "runners". I'd never heard of the latter before, but they are "handy guides for all situations", and the first ones you may want to invoke for help.
Sonia recounts various stories of how she and others are helped in miraculous ways by these runners. They find lost things, save seats in planes, and turn up parking spaces, etc. It's important to thank your runners.
There are helpers, healer guides, teacher guides, animal guides, joy guides and light beings.
We also learn about contacting our guides through oracles, such as tarot cards. We must not repeat. a question just because we didn't like the first answer. If we're spiritually immature and don't take the answers we get seriously, the cards will be "possessed by low-level energies that mock you".
Different oracles tend to attract different types of guides.
There is an important chapter about negative entities. You may pick these up in a public place, or if you have a weak aura owing to addiction of any sort. High-vibration guides are calm and loving and don't tell you what to do. Low-vibration guides are pushy, bossy and negative and harass you into doing what they want, Really, they have no power, and can be easily dismissed by firmly asking them to leave and sending them into the light.
I have been trying to contact with my guides for years with no success, but after reading this delightful book, I feel much more confident about linking to my guides and angels. Now I've met with a hermit-like guide who wears a hood and says his name is "Eremit" (a Danish word for "hermit") - I'm a bit of a hermit, myself. Also, when giving a Reiki healing, I contacted a healing guide called Michael, who advised me to flow water through the four bodies (physical, emotional, mental and spiritual) of the person I was healing. I had never ever done this before, and would never have thought of it, so I know I must have had contact with a guide.
Even before I had read this book, I had often had help from angels on journeys, for instance, when I'd asked them to accompany me on these. Also, I'm frequently assisted by may "household deva" It has helped me with opening difficult tins and packages, coconuts, etc; sometimes I have struggled for an hour or so, before asking for help, whereupon the matter is solved instantly.
Also, I am assisted by a computer deva or devas, sometimes with miraculous results. Once I worked for hours to change the picture on my computer screen, following various sets of complicated instructions which never worked, until exasperation set in, and I shouted for help. Then I suddenly saw a link that said "change computer screen", or the like, and pressed it, whereupon my screen changed to the desired picture, which I still have.
But, as regards this book, it is easy-to read, inspiring, and will help you, above all, trust and know that you have not only access to the angels, but all these various helping guides. I now KNOW that I have guides and can alwys get help.
I absolutely recommend that you purchase this book, You will not regret it. I will now be ordering other books by this inspiring author.