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Publisher's Summary

In their newest book, award-winning authors Barbara Y. Martin and Dimitri Moraitis explore the sacred art of communing with celestial beings. Reading of Martin's extensive direct clairvoyant experiences, this book will teach you to work closely with angels, archangels, and other divine beings who guide you in day-to-day living and help you achieve your destiny. You will learn how to strengthen your intuitive powers and hear what the divine is telling you, and thrill to accounts of Martin's compelling personal encounters with celestial beings and her eye-opening encounters with dark spirits. Communing with the Divine is a practical training manual and an inspirational guide, with full-color illustrations of celestial beings and their auric composition. In it, you will discover: Various types of angels, including joy guides, teaching angels, and guardian angels. Techniques to call on Michael, Gabriel, Uriel, Raphael, and other archangels. Ways in which leaders of the spiritual hierarchy influence your life. The nature of evil and the importance of spiritual protection. Keys to psychic and spiritual visions and clairvoyance. Meditation tools to access celestial realms with more than 50 meditative prayers that call on Divine Light and celestial beings for wisdom, love, prosperity, healing, peace, guidance, inspiration, and much more.
©2013 Barbara Y. Martin, Dimitri Moraitis (P)2014 Gildan Media LLC
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By Vanessa W Watson on 09-27-14

A must for Spiritual seekers

Would you listen to Communing with the Divine again? Why?

Absolutely! I'm on my second listen now. Dimitri Moraitis is a wonderful narrator.

What did you like best about this story?

I am new to the work of Barbara Y Martin and Dimitri Moraitis. This is a well-written description of the Spiritual realm for those of us who are not (yet) clairvoyant and wish to know more about how it all works.

Which scene was your favorite?

Maybe it's me, but their illuminating explanation of the Spiritual hierarchy is something I've never heard.

Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?

Yes

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By Prunella P. on 04-02-15

A Mixed Review

Would you recommend this book to a friend? Why or why not?

For several reasons I think I'd have preferred an old fashioned hard copy version of this book. First of all, the information is so dense, the lists of the divine hierarchies so long and detailed, that I got muddled and overwhelmed after a while. It's easier to repeat and refer back to sections in actual physical form. For the second reason, see below. I would not recommend the audio version.

Would you recommend Communing with the Divine to your friends? Why or why not?

I would recommend the book in general to friends. In the reading I have done on this subject matter so far, which is extensive but not exhaustive, this seems like one of the most comprehensive books.

What do you think the narrator could have done better?

Sometimes it's tricky when authors narrate their own work. I actually really liked the tone of his voice, and found his delivery flowed fairly well and was expressive. However, he is a lazy enunciator, and consistenty pronounced hierarchy "hiarchy", duty "doody" and even prostrate "prostate". This really bothered me.

If this book were a movie would you go see it?

Yes; it would be interesting to see visual interpretations of the material.

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7 of 7 people found this review helpful

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By Anonymous User on 11-04-17

Well written and narrated.

I love this book. The storytelling and concepts are simple and easy to digest. This is the type of book that you're guided or drawn to, definitely not an accident.

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