As many of you know, I dream every night; however, there are times when I deem my blog posts too private to share, and you don’t see them.  You know that they have to be very personal if I do not share them, because I have shared someone of the most intimate details of my life. This has been the case for a couple of my dreams over Thanksgiving weekend.

Sunday morning, I woke up with the memory of a very enlightening dream . I had programmed my dreams with Archangel Raphael for healing in all aspects of my life (raising my success, wealth, love and health frequencies and with Saint Anne for love. I dreamed that I wrote a book, but that I did not want to take all the credit for being the author. I was letting everyone know that I was the contributing author.  I am writing a series of three book  for kindle, which are all about soul mates. It is called “The Soul Mate Series”.  When coaching myself through the dream, a sense of unworthiness crept into the core of my being. It is as if  I feel like I do not deserve recognition for my books. Yes I am single; however,  I know from within the very depths of my soul, that one of the reasons that God put me on this earth was to guide singles and couples in their soul mate journey of love and  emotional recovery. When I guide you, I guide myself. I have had many powerful experiences with manifesting soul mate relationships, and I know what works and what does not work. The good news is that in the dream I eventually realized that I deserved the recognition for my book.

Book number 1 is now for sale on kindle. It is called “How To Know When Someone Is Thinking Of You“.

Book 2, “The Cookbook Of Love+”,  should be uploaded to Kindle ebooks by the end of this week.

Book 3, “How To Create The Sexy Juicy Soul Mate Of Your Dreams In Your Dreams”, which should be available on Kindle ebooks by the end of December.

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