How & Why ‘The Upstairs’ Made Me Ill!

by | 4th December 2018 | 0 comments

I wouldn’t like to think what my life would be like without my Angels and when I became ill, it was the second dark time they came to my rescue – the first being my divorce.  By sharing this part of my journey I know it will help you too.

Discover more on this week’s Confessions Of A Psychic.

 

Tuesday 4th December 2018

 

 

Come and join my Private Manifesting Club – Abundance Club (it’s where I share my manifesting secrets).

Not ready for the club yet?  Grab one of my free resources to help you on your journey.

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!

Contact her at info@mystic-moon.co.uk or visit her website where you will find lots of free resources  https://www.theangelmystic.co.uk/.

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