Saved by an Angel: True Accounts of People Who Have Had Extraordinary Experiences with Angels... and How You Can, Too!

Saved by an Angel: True Accounts of People Who Have Had Extraordinary Experiences with Angels... and How You Can, Too!

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by Doreen Virtue
     
 

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Do you wonder whether there are angels around you, who they are, and what they look like? In this inspiring work—which is a compilation of the best of Doreen Virtue’s books Angel Visions and Angel Visions II, plus all-new material—you’ll read uplifting, true stories by ordinary people who have had

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Do you wonder whether there are angels around you, who they are, and what they look like? In this inspiring work—which is a compilation of the best of Doreen Virtue’s books Angel Visions and Angel Visions II, plus all-new material—you’ll read uplifting, true stories by ordinary people who have had extraordinary experiences. Doreen has combed through thousands of reports of angel visions to bring you the most touching and revealing accounts possible.

You’ll read about children and adults who received lifesaving messages from their guardian angels, deceased loved ones, and ascended masters; and find out about helpful strangers who appeared from out of the blue during a crisis and then suddenly disappeared. Doreen also gives you step-by-step instructions that will help you see and visually connect with your angels!

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781401933616
Publisher:
Hay House, Inc.
Publication date:
06/15/2011
Pages:
253
Sales rank:
1,283,876
Product dimensions:
8.80(w) x 6.00(h) x 0.74(d)

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Meet the Author

Doreen Virtue holds B.A., M.A., and Ph.D. degrees in counseling psychology; and is a lifelong clairvoyant who works with the angelic realm. She’s the author of Angels 101 and Healing with the Angels, among other works. Doreen has appeared on Oprah, The View, Good Morning America, CNN, and other programs; presents workshops around the world; and also has a weekly call-in talk show on HayHouseRadio.com®.

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Saved by an Angel 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 18 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I always loved reading collections of people's encounters with angels & the divine. 0:)
AnneGallagher More than 1 year ago
The light in the bedroom flickered and roused me from sleep. It must have been 3:00 a.m. I closed my eyes, hoping to fall back sleep. Zzzzt. The lights flickered on again but I defiantly kept my eyes closed. Annoying, I thought and rolled over, confident I could find sleep and avoid the flickering lights for the rest of the night. And then, the thought that completely woke me up flitted through my weary noggin: "As you read Saved by an Angel, you'll likely notice more of the interactions you have with your own guardian angels," author Doreen Virtue wrote in the book's preface. Just a week earlier I started reading Saved by an Angel, somewhat sure it would be a quick read. I was wrong. Fourteen chapters are packed with individual, real life stories of people who, explains Virtue, have been saved or changed by angelic intervention. Although I'd heard a great deal about Doreen Virtue and knew she was as much as of an "angel expert" as any one could be -- with a trove of angel-centered books to her credit -- I had yet to personally read any of her material. Although I consider myself a student of metaphysical books, angels had really not been my thing. But there was beauty in starting my angel reading with more than a hundred stories from "real" people. These first-person accounts span the gamut -- from healing messages to help from mysterious strangers, from visions of deceased loved ones to answered prayers -- and are tend short (a page or so in most cases) and simply written. For example, in a story called Illumination, a young woman sees an ongoing car headed straight at her and then sees the car illuminate in a "glorious light" and knows her life will be spared. It is. As she tells her story, she relays, "Not that I don't believe in angels, but nothing like that had ever happened to me! I know now that my vision helped me more than I can understand....." Sincere stories like this are not easy reads. After I'd read a story or two, I put the book down to think about them. What was the author's motivation? Why would they submit the story for publication? In nearly every case, a single angel intervention changed someone's life. The compiled stories are compelling and inspirational, not at all what I expected when I considered reading the book. Following the many stories, Part II of the book includes Virtue's plan for readers to see their own angels. At just 32 pages (of 253), it is the smallest section of the book and provides strategies for angel-viewing enhancement -- Virtue says many of the same techniques she teaches in her popular seminars and programs. Her seven-day plan includes stocking up on "earthly supplies and shop for foods that will enhance your psychic ability" including fruits and vegetables as well as specific meditations, journal writing, chanting and the like. As someone who's life was saved by an angel during an armed carjacking in 1995, Virtue has dedicated her life to researching and teaching about these sorts of experiences. As she notes, when Baylor University conducted a survey of 1,700 American adults (many of whom didn't consider themselves religious) in 2008, 55% reported that they have been "protected from harm by a guardian angel." Statistics aside, I enjoyed reading the real-life stories and felt a connection to each of them.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
In cedar rapids iowa the west side urgent care clinic mar 23 i saw two angels in human form
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This is a wonderful book that inspires confidence in those unseen helpers that guide us through life.
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Kept reading more stories just to see if there was any "meat" to them, but was very disappointed.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
It shows that we are not alone after all. Nice to know.