According to recent polls, nearly nine out of ten people believe in the promise of heaven or an afterlife. But what exactly is heaven and how can you find it? Is there proof that heaven exists? Is it possible to talk to departed loved ones? In short, is it possible to find heaven on earth?
Bestselling author Theresa Cheung provides answers to all these eternal questions and more. The book brings the age-old search for the meaning of life right up to date with advice on how to recognise the presence of spirits in everyday life and unlock the divine messages they are constantly sending us. Alongside information on the many different routes to heaven that can be taken (with or without religion or belief in God) readers will also learn that heaven isn't just 'out there' - it can also be discovered within. Anyone who longs for spiritual guidance that transcends religion will find this book a one-stop reference guide and constant source of nourishment and inspiration.
The book takes the theme of a journey, presenting the search for heaven like the search for a hidden treasure - easier to discover if you have the right map. The book can be used for strength, guidance and encouragement whenever you feel the need of comfort, hope and love; whenever you need reminding that heaven exists and you can find it anytime you want, right here and right now.
Theresa Cheung was born into a family of spiritualists and has been involved in the research of psychic phenomena for over twenty-five years. She has a master’s degree from King’s College, Cambridge, and has written a variety of books about the paranormal including the Sunday Times bestsellers An Angel Called My Name and An Angel Healed Me. She lives with her husband and two children in Oxford.
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