Encyclopedia of Angels, Spirit Guides and Ascended Masters by Susan Gregg
A Guide to 200 Celestial Beings to Help, Heal, and Assist You in Everyday Life

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Practical advice for readers on how to work with the angel in everyday life.

The Encyclopedia of Angels, Spirit Guides, and Ascended Masters is a lively reference to "who's' "who" in the celestial realms. Featuring 200 divinities from Judeo-Christian, Buddhist, Celtic, Egyptian, Greek, Roman, Asian, Tibetan, and New Age spiritual traditions, this guide offers a fascinating biography of each deity, what their purpose or area of expertise is, and how readers can call upon them for help in their everyday life. Whether readers are seeking help with their relationships, home, finances, or health they'll find the assistance they need in this lavishly illustrated guide.


About Susan Gregg

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Dr. Susan Gregg was born and raised in New York City. She graduated in 1972 from the University of Vermont with a B/A in Mathematics. At that time she began to explore metaphysics, including transcendental meditation.After moving to California in the 1980s, Susan met a Mexican Nagual or Shaman, and became his apprentice. When she finished her apprenticeship, the Nagul told her to go out and teach in her own manner.In 1989 Susan received her Doctorate in Clinical Hypnotherapy. She became a Reverend in the Universal Church of the Master in Santa Clara, California. Susan now lives in Hawaii with her springer spaniel. She is in private practice assisting people in transforming their lives. She lives happily by the beach in a sleepy town, enjoying life on a daily basis.
Published June 1, 2008 by Fair Winds Press. 322 pages
Genres: Health, Fitness & Dieting, Religion & Spirituality, Self Help, Education & Reference, Literature & Fiction. Non-fiction

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