Loser on Earth, Winner in Heaven : Unveiling the Mysteries of Incarnation, Paperback Book

Loser on Earth, Winner in Heaven : Unveiling the Mysteries of Incarnation Paperback

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Matthew gets to Heaven believing he was a complete loser during his life on Earth: failed musician career in spite of a very promising start, failed marriage, no relationship with his child, ruined parents-he just made a complete mess of everything and barely survives as a musician in the Liverpool metro where he eventually gets murdered at the age of 27. He meets his guardian angel and his soul, and both of them share with him an extremely positive perspective on all of his slip-ups, so much so that he can see the divine perfection that his life has been. Matthew keeps asking more and more questions. Just like us all, he is clueless as to the purpose of incarnating on a planet where we do not know who we are and what we came to do. In the end, his courage and persistence are rewarded with the final answers he longed for-indeed, the answers we all long for. This novel is designed to be entertaining and accessible while simultaneously helping the reader to understand the subtle reasons behind our incarnation on this planet. "Loser on Earth, Winner in Heaven" helps us to see our lives through the point of view of our soul and our guardian angel.

The book reveals the hidden purpose of many of our thoughts and deeds.

As a result, our interpretation of our lives changes drastically when we include elements such as pre-birth agreements, the perspective of our souls on matter, conscience and evolution and the subtle energies of orbs and egregores. Magma makes the abstract and difficult spiritual ideas accessible through a mysterious, captivating and suspenseful plot with surprises at every turn.

Information

  • Format: Paperback
  • Pages: 160 pages
  • Publisher: Kaminn Media Ltd
  • Publication Date:
  • Category: Religious & spiritual fiction
  • ISBN: 9781844096954

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