A New Light on Angels Paperback
by Diana Cooper
Illustrated by Damian Keenan
The ubiquitous angels of everyday life are introduced in this fully revised and expanded bestseller.
Buoyed by the firsthand experiences of regular people who have interacted with angels, the book offers guidance on how to reach out to the gentle beings who have chosen to serve mankind through help, support, and healing.
The identities and purposes of a multitude of angels are explored, from the small angels who care for the slightest daily tasks to the enormous archangels who cast light over great universal projects.
By raising consciousness and awareness about these heavenly spirits and the amazing companionship they have to offer, this investigation offers a glimpse into a more evolved world full of peace, light, and joy.
- Format: Paperback
- Pages: 144 pages, 11 colour illustrations
- Publisher: Findhorn Press Ltd.
- Publication Date: 04/04/2009
- Category: Spirit guides, angels & channelling
- ISBN: 9781844091669
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Review by IonaS
This is a beautiful, simple but well-written book, as are all of Diana Cooper’s books among those I have encountered. It is printed on glossy paper and contains lovely angel pictures. The chapters are short and the book is intensely readable.It is apparently an update to an earlier book “A little light on angels”, which I haven’t read.Diana Cooper must be regarded as the foremost expert on angels in the world. She has a unique contact with them and has written numerous other angel books. She has founded the “Diana Cooper School”, thus providing teaching about the angelic world.We are told many stories about persons, many of whom are Diana’s clients, being healed by the angels in impressive ways.We are introduced to the concept of “angels of buildings”. I would probably call these “devas”. I am not sure if there is any difference between angels and devas, perhaps not. The author does not go into this. (If I have practical problems in my home, mostly in the kitchen, I ask my household deva to help me solve the situation, and it invariably does, often in a seemingly miraculous way. Similarly, if I have problems with my computer, I ask various computer devas to come to my aid, and once I experienced an absolute miracle of computer repair of something that had been bothering me for years.)We learn about interdimensional portals, such as Stonehenge, Macchu Pichu and one at the Great Zimbabwe.There are millions of archangels, but only a few work with humans, though new archangels are now being assigned to do so. Archangel Purlimiek is in charge of nature, Archangel Fhelyai looks after the animal kingdom, and Archangel Butyalil, the universal angel, is in charge of the “stars and cosmic currents”, while Archangel Gersisa “of the inner Earth” works with the ley lines.The Archangels we know generally have a masculine energy, but each masculine archangel has a twin flame with a feminine energy; thus, Faith is the twin flame of Michael, Hope the twin flame of Gabriel, Mary the twin flame of Raphael, and so on.Each archangel has a retreat location in the “etheric around planet Earth”, and at night before we go to sleep we can ask to be taken to one of these retreats for purification and other forms of assistance.The book also presents information about the various orders of angels: seraphim, cherubim, cherubs, thrones, dominions, virtues, powers, principalities. archangels, and “standard” angels.There is an interesting chapter on the dark angels, which also have their purpose.A useful, final chapter includes several delightful exercises, such as one by which to meet your guardian angel, one to help you cleanse and heal your heart, one to meet the lords of karma, and so on.This book provided me with much new information.I strongly recommend that you read it. I shall be trying to get hold of all Diana Cooper’s books, since I find them extremely inspiring.