If you have a question or can't seem to see, the way forward in a difficult situation, Angels have the answers.
Filled with 174 inspirational messages sent to Japanese author Juan Nakamori, this magical book will provide you with an angelically inspired answer to even the most challenging problems.
Simply hold the closed book, shut your eyes and become aware of your breathing - Gradually calm your thoughts and, as you relax, focus on your question or problem - Send your question out into the universe and wait.
Whichever number between 1 and 174 first comes to you, open that page and study the message on it. this is your answer.
"Life is studded with innumerable opportunities. There is no one who is not blessed with these gifts."
This was one of the more interesting books that I have read. The book does not require you to read the whole book. The inspirational messages are numbered and you are suppose to meditate for a while and a number will appear in your head and that is the message that you should turn to in the book.
I have tried it and I was surprised a few times. In general the book gives good advice if you can read between the lines and apply the principle in you life. Overall the book is worth having even if it is just a party trick with one of your close friends.
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