Summary (from Amazon):
“”Liza Wiemer opens doors to the soul that few of us realize even exist. Read this book, explore its methods, and open yourself to the wisdom to which each of us is heir.”
Rabbi Rami M. Shapiro, author of Wisdom of the Jewish Sages
A complete guide for readers of any religion, Extraordinary Guidance teaches how to contact the spiritual guides that watch over every soul and apply their wisdom for practical results in your everyday life as well as for a richer spiritual life.
In the late 1980s, channeling was the popular way to receive spiritual guidance. In the early ’90s, angels became accessible. Now we know we can go directly to the source–to the spiritual guides themselves–and Liza Wiemer reveals how everyone can contact his or her own spiritual guides for invaluable life guidance.
Extraordinary Guidance explains what spiritual guides are and provides easy and effective step-by-step instructions for connecting with them, including how to get in the right state of mind to talk with these powers that guide us. Through examples and personal anecdotes of her own spiritual guide, Wil, Wiemer shows how the discovery of the wisdom within enables people to make positive changes in their lives and help others to do the same, and, ultimately, to work toward bridging the gap between the spiritual and physical worlds.”
(This is going to be the world’s most unusual review. Again, like I said, I’m Liza’s publicist for her novel and she is also now my friend. I don’t take to people very easily, but I took to Liza right away. She is one of the warmest, kindest and most genuine people I know.)
I don’t read very much nonfiction, and I read even less religion nonfiction. But Liza is one of my authors, and I absolutely loved her debut YA novel HELLO? which is one of my books. And while I don’t necessarily know about spirit guides, I knew that I was definitely drawn to this book.
So here’s the thing. I don’t have much belief in New Agey stuff, and this definitely seemed like that. But I know that Liza’s not crazy and I know that she isn’t the type to just make stuff up, so that left one possibility: that this is real. Which is somehow even scarier. (There is a chapter on potential blocks to talking to spirit guides; I have almost all of them.)
I asked Liza a question and got a very, very detailed answer of stuff that she couldn’t have known. And yes, she’s not dumb so she could’ve intuitively guessed some answers, but…it helped.
So I guess I would say this: even if you’re skeptical, read this. And if you feel a nudging toward it, like I did, listen to it.