Title: The Magic of Connection
Author’s Name: Michelle Welch
Publisher: Llewellyn Publications
Genre: Spiritual Healing
Page Count: 216 Pages
Author or Book Website: Michelle Welch, Author – Psychic, Spiritual Journey, Clairvoyant
Link to Amazon purchase page: Amazon.com: The Magic of Connection: Stop Cutting Cords & Learn to Transform Negative Energy to Live an Empowered Life eBook: Welch, Michelle: Books
Link to Goodreads: The Magic of Connection: Stop Cutting Cords & Learn to Transform Negative Energy to Live an Empowered Life by Michelle Welch | Goodreads
Release Date: N/A
How I Got the Book: Review Copy
Summary of the Book:
Manifest Love and Stay Connected with Your Community… Even When You’re Confronted by Negative Energy
Learn how spirituality and intuition can help you heal your inner wounds while staying connected to the people you love. Author Michelle Welch shows you how to work with the energies that connect all people, and instead of cutting cords, you will learn to transform and transmute negative energy in ways that support your personal spiritual journey. With dozens of exercises and practical instructions for using meditations, mantras, crystals, herbs, and oils, The Magic of Connection teaches you how to embrace our connection to one another and live a more empowered life. You will also discover techniques for working with ascended masters, archangels, tarot cards, and spells. Living a spiritually attuned life can come with challenges. This book shows the steps for transmuting energies so you can become a grounded source of love and light.
Includes a foreword by bestselling author Benebell Wen, a full-color insert for crystal identification, 50 healing exercises, and hands-on meditations for chakra balancing, motivation, higher love, reducing anxiety, and much more.
My Personal Review: I received a copy of this book for a fair and honest review. I was not sure what I would get out of this book, but I needed a way to reconnect myself to a better flow of the universe. I like there were exercises at the end of each chapter to practice what the chapter is offering up as information. There was just so much to take in from this book. It made me take a closer look at myself and made think hard about a lot of things that this brought to me.
My Rating of the Book: 4 Stars