Finding my Angels
So far this week I’ve spoken about my motivation for starting my business, my health issues and using Law of Attraction to overcome them and turning my money story around using a positive mindset.
Being a natural born psychic I’ve been experiencing weird stuff most of my life. Those of you who are also psychic will understand. I always had a sense of trust and knew if was for real. That there was something bigger than us.
I really discovered my Angels in the year 2000. My life was massively changing and one day I remember being in my living room asking for help to cope with day to day life. I found I got this strength from somewhere. I carried on having these little chats and eventually discovered it was my Angels.
Catch more about this in today’s 10 year anniversary Live.
Thursday 12th December 2019
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Amanda Tooke, also known as “The Angel Mystic” is a Spiritual Teacher to people with big dreams. Amanda is also a Reiki Master, a published author and has featured on television, radio and columnist for Fate & Fortune Magazine. Amanda is the creator of The MAP – Manifesting Abundance Process that she teaches in her membership site Abundance Club. Amanda also runs 5 * Angels in Anglesey Exclusive Spiritual Retreats, plus various online programmes and 1:1 work encompassing Angels, Spiritual Development and the Law of Attraction and the energy of Passion!
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