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There’s An Angel In My Computer
- by Carol Gino
Your soul is the map of your journey!
Come join us on this fun adventure and learn to listen to the voice of your own soul.
In There’s an Angel in my Computer, author Carol Gino employs a clever and entertaining communication device: a running dialogue between herself and an angel. In doing so, she develops a powerful relationship that helps her complete a spiritual journey toward writing and healing. The witty and humorous exchange between author and angel makes for a warm and touching reading experience. A childhood quest for a spiritual vision is fulfilled when the author meets Rashana, an angel who communicates with her through Instant Messaging on the Internet, the only means, Rashana tells her, to “create a bridge between my realm and yours.” For years Rashana had tried in vain to encourage Gino to look inside herself through prayer and meditation. Gino learns that Rashana is not only an angelic guide who has been at her side all along, but also a spirit that is, in fact, Gino’s higher self. It is a discovery that allows Gino to grow during her spiritual journey. “Too many souls are unaware of their higher connections,” she writes. Gino’s personal journey, expressed through her journal format, provides readers with an intimate look at building a relationship with one’s higher self, and serves as an inspirational tool and guide. Gino suggests that anyone can benefit from contact with the spiritual realm; she believes that a communication to an angelic realm can often occur without one realizing it. Spirit guides serve many roles and take many forms of expression within our lives, inspiring creativity and insight, helping open the heart to discover one’s soul purpose, and protecting and comforting the body and mind. – Gary Klinga, Foreword Clarion Review (excerpt – see full review)
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Carol Gino spent 20 years in relationship with Mario Puzo, author of “The Godfather”. After his death in 1999, she completed his manuscript of “The Family,” which was also a best seller.