Angels of Light Cards Pocket Edition

By (author) Diana Cooper

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Angels of Light Cards Pocket Edition
By (author) Diana Cooper

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Edition : Pocket size

Pages : 54

Book Size : 2.63 x 3.63

ISBN-13 : 9781844091713

Imprint : Findhorn Press

On Sale Date : November 01, 2009

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Illustrations : 1 color Illustration

Here are pocket-sized cards that portray a different angel for guidance, protection, help, and healing intended for inspiration and affirmation. The cards work with the user’s thoughts and decisions to raise levels of consciousness and open up psychic and spiritual gifts. They offer significant meditative light from which spiritual knowledge and information emanate.
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About Angels of Light Cards Pocket Edition

Each card in this lavish deck portrays a different angel for guidance, protection, help, and healing. Intended for inspiration and affirmation, the cards work with the user's thoughts and decisions to raise levels of consciousness and open up psychic and spiritual gifts. Whether attempting to release negative thought patterns or clear emotional blockages, the cards offer significant meditative light from which spiritual knowledge and information emanate. This smaller presentation of the best-selling cards offers a lighter, more portable option better suited to purses and pockets.
Author Bio
Diana Cooper is a traveling speaker on such topics as metaphysics, spiritual law, angels, and Atlantis. She is the author of more than a dozen books, including Angel Answers, Angel Inspiration, Light Up Your Life, and The Wonder of Unicorns, and the coauthor of Enlightenment Through Orbs and Ascension Through Orbs.
Book Praise

Book Praise

"Diana Cooper's A Little Light on Ascension is the book that reminds me why I am here and what it is all about. To say I find it an inspiration is an understatement; to describe it as my bible would not be an exaggeration." —Susan Clark, Sunday Times