There is comfort in becoming aware of the higher self, which is forever present and all-knowing.
Dallas (PRWEB) March 03, 2014
After finding the strength to walk away from the Pentecostal church she was raised in, Mary E. Sims finally gained the freedom to explore the world through her own eyes.
Sims said, “I set my mind free from the religious chains that had me bound for many years.”
Twenty years later, she found herself addicted to drugs, lost and afraid. Just as she found the strength to walk away from the church, she had to listen to the voice in her head to lead her to the path of peace and positivity once again.
In Sims’ new book, “An Angel Without A Name: Hearing Your Voice,” she explains how she identified that voice and hopes to help others do the same.
“There is comfort in becoming aware of the higher self, which is forever present and all-knowing,” Sims said. “We must be able to listen and eventually allow that voice to become one with our own voice.”
“An Angel Without A Name” is a sequel to Sims’ previous book, “Going Home Another Way.” She hopes to answer questions readers might have had from that book and delve deeper into the voice we all have inside our heads.
“An Angel Without a Name: Hearing Your Voice”
By Mary E. Sims
Available on Amazon, Barnes and Noble, Balboa Press online bookstores and http://www.AnAngelWithoutAName.com.
About the Author
Mary E. Sims is a certified hypnotherapist and Reiki master and author of “Going Home Another Way.” Sims, who claims to have a keen sixth sense and the ability to see into the future, has experienced many supernatural events that have changed her life and consequently inspired her books. She currently resides in Dallas, Texas.
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