Westport, Mass. (PRWEB) May 23, 2014
Carole Mann returns to the literary world with the follow-up to her first book, “The Spirit of Things.” Her latest work, “The Spirit of Things II: Here We Go Again,” is an edifying guide into the mysterious world of spirits and how to enhance one’s connection to this realm.
Mann is an intuitive medium and has been intuitive ever since she was a child. Now, she has decided to share her rare gift to others and help them in opening their eyes to the reality of the Spirit. “The Spirit of Things II” is a book about actual spirit encounters and how the Spirit affects many people in different ways such as through dreams or contact from people who have crossed over. Mann urges readers to connect with their Spirit Guides and reveals how this connection is the beginning of a journey toward a better understanding of the self.
“A conscious interaction with your energy can help validate and communicate with your Spirit Guides,” Mann says, “It will ‘open that door’ and give you that much-needed nudge to allow a clearer awareness of who you are. I should know, because my Spirit Guides have again given me the guidance I needed to be able to write this second book.”
Eye-opening and one of a kind, “The Spirit of Things II” is a must-have for people who want to have a clearer understanding of the spirit world and the self.
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About the Author
Carole Mann lives on her 27-acre horse farm in Westport, Mass.
The Spirit of Things II * by Carole Mann
Here We Go Again
Publication Date: March 19, 2014
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