Messages From Spirit 

Reviewed By  Janet Mawdesley       June 27, 2013


Author  Georgina Walker

Distributor:       Booktopia/Amazon 
ISBN:                 978-1-74237-016-3
Publisher:         Allen & Unwin
Release Date:    


In this straight forward look at the other side of everyday life, that of our spiritual connection, Georgina Walker has produced a very entertaining read full of the most fascinating and informative events which have influenced people in the most amazing ways.

Topics such as what happens when out loved one pass, are they still a part of our lives or have they gone forever, should we listen to that still quiet voice that often times gives us the right information just in the nick of time and deals also with the imponderable, does good triumph over evil?

Through the voices of many of her clients she tells some amazing and inspiring stories of loved ones reaching out to help heal, to prevent tragedy and reassure their particular loved one during times of doubt: they are there to remind all that love never dies and is always there through the medium of those gone before reaching out just exactly when required.

Walker also shares her personal journey; of life in the Australian outback and listening to that still quiet voice, even though it seemed to be encouraging her towards an area she knew nothing about. She also shares the loss of her beloved mother and the understanding and enlightenment on her journey to Jerusalem presented to her in a most unexpected way.

She talks about care being required when choosing a sacred object or talisman as these come with the spirits of those gone before as in the case of her friend. Her friend acquired a beautiful, large Buddha, placing it in the home: The effect this had on the household was far more than was expected. After much research it was discovered the Buddha had been taken from a sacred Buddhist temple during violence, hidden in the underground market for many years, finally being sold off at a great profit.

Once this distress had been cleared from the Buddha it now sits happily in the home, bringing benevolence to all.

The subject matter ranges far and wide: from clairvoyance to mischief, deja-vu to downright quirky, all presented with love and caring to offer to all that special something required to answer those often, very personal questions we have of life.

By the end of the book you will have been taken on a healing journey, have received insight into your connection with the Spiritual side of your life, receiving assurance that this connection is never broken.

 As with books of this calibre you will find what you need to find: with Georgina Walkers wit and gentle humour gracing the pages, this journey for you, the reader, is a very gentle and caring journey towards peace and understanding.