Facing my fears was the best decision I ever made. I gained everything and lost absolutely nothing in turning my life around. Money can’t buy what I have. I feel like the richest woman alive!
Melbourne, Australia (PRWEB) August 09, 2013
After a life changing event, author Samantha Richards transformed her life from one of misery to peace and happiness, and it didn’t cost her a cent to do it. “Touched by Divine Love: A Personal Journey into the Unknown” (published by Balboa Press) is a comprehensive primer on metaphysical subjects, and was written after Richards’ transformation.
In the book, Richards recounts how when her first child died during delivery in 2000, she suffered from a profound sense of sadness and loss. Six months after this heartbreaking moment she excommunicated herself from her Catholic faith and from God. Richards reveals why, for nine years after the death of her daughter, her heart was filled with anger and hatred resulting in her shutting down her inherent psychic gifts. Then an overnight miracle happened in 2009 when Richards’ guardian angel healed her heart: she simply didn’t know how to hate anymore.
Richards gives accounts of how she was able to see, feel and know things she describes as simply astonishing. She explains that in 2010 she witnessed angels protecting her plane, and with these invitations, she welcomed the spirits back into her life with joy.
“Touched by Divine Love” is designed to encourage individuals to begin questioning their motivations and what might be holding them back. Richards’ aim is to inspire others who want to make changes in their lives, and nothing makes her happier than seeing people overcome their fears, realize their dreams and then chase them.
“I have never been happier in my life,” writes Richards. “Facing my fears was the best decision I ever made. I gained everything and lost absolutely nothing in turning my life around. Money can’t buy what I have. I feel like the richest woman alive!”
About the Author
Samantha Richards was born in Malta. Her family later settled in Iran. During the coup of 1978, she and her family were evacuated to the United Kingdom, where she learned how to read and write English at the age of 9. Her travels took her through Africa to Nigeria and the Sudan. She now lives in Melbourne, Australia, with her husband and two children.
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