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New Pathway To Healing: An Interview With Lorna Byrne

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For as long as she can remember, Lorna Byrne has seen angels. Today, sick and troubled people worldwide are drawn to Lorna for her comforting and healing presence, and even theologians of diverse faiths seek out her guidance.

 

ANGELS IN MY HAIR is the engrossing and uplifting chronicle of Lorna’s life and remarkable gift. By sharing her intimate knowledge of the spirit world and describing her encounters and conversations with the heavenly creatures that populate her life, Lorna provides a unique insight into the angelic help available to us all, whenever we are ready to accept it. 

 

Evoking a wonderful sense of place, Lorna walks us through her life story. Along the way we meet, as she did, the celestial beings that inhabit our world, mostly guardian angels of astonishing beauty and the spirits of people who have passed away. In a new Afterword, Lorna recounts her unique experiences with spirits in America, where she has seen angels accompanying people of every race and religion.

 

Lorna’s warm and homespun voice guides us through a profoundly inspirational exploration of the metaphysical world. ANGELS IN MY HAIR is the strikingly honest testimony of a woman who sees things at the far end of the spectrum, beyond the range of everyday experience. As Lorna asks, “What do you have to lose by opening up to the possibility of angels, by opening your spiritual self and learning about your soul?” In a new addition for the paperback, Lorna offers twelve universal tips for connecting with your guardian angel, including asking for help and simply saying thank you. Her simple advice reaches across the globe as ANGELS IN MY HAIRhas been published in forty-seven countries and translated into twenty-two languages.

 

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