Mary, Queen of Angels by Doreen Virtue
On the Back: Mary Queen of Angels is a non-denominational book that follows in the successful vein of Doreen Virtue's bestsellers The Healing Miracles of Archangel Raphael and The Miracles of Archangel Michael.
Grounded in and respectful of religion, this book is for readers of all faiths. As Doreen explains, 'Mother Mary is our ideal parents: sweet, pure, nurturing, unconditionally loving, accepting, humble, wise, understanding and compassionate. She comforts us with a soothing knowingness that puts our minds at rest. She reassures troubled hearts and allows us to feel loved and safe. She helps us to trust and believe in fairness and goodness'.
In these pages, Doreen brings forth a collection of true stories from people who have experienced dramatic healings and visitations from Mother Mary. The stories are tied together by category, with commentary and narrative for those who wish to deepen their own connection to Mary and the angels.
Also inside, you'll find traditional and modern prayers involving Mary, as well as interesting discussions about the symbols associated with the Beloved Mother and geographic locations where Marian sightings are prevalent.
Total Number of Pages: 191, Paperback
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Doreen Virtue, Ph.D., is a psychotherapist who works with the angelic realm. A clairvoyant since childhood, Doreen teaches people practical ways to work with the Angels to heal their lives. She has appeared on countless TV talk shows in the US, where she is frequently referred to as 'The Angel Lady.' Dr Virtue gives angel readings at workshops throughout the world; and she teaches audience members how to see, hear, feel, and know their guardian angels.
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Reviews - rated 5/5 based on customer reviews5 out of 5 By Anne Marie WelchThe book contains 191 pages with 12 chapters. Doreen starts with introducing Mary and the well known story about her. However she mentions that her book is not really about the scripture but how she wanted to collect some of our experiences, visions, sightings, and encounters with Mary. Each chapter is about different types of experience, such as healings attributed to her both emotional and physical, Mary as a mother, being guided and protected by her, and also covers signs that Mary is nearby by like the scent of roses. There's a chapter on different locations around the world where she is said to have been seen many times, such as Lourdes but also Fatima in Portugal, and Syracuse in Italy. The book ends with a great selection of prayers to Mother Mary traditional and new. It is easy to read and would be useful for someone who wants to know more about her or just in need of help. I did not realise how many people she has helped and I found myself asking for more of her help ever since. It is such a lovely book, I would recommend it to anyone, regardless of what religion they are.