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Manpreet Komal
The Universe Sends Help

Adult; Self-Help, Sex & Relationships, Psychology, Philosophy, Fashion; (Market)

During Crisis, we are faced with situations that call for great bravery and courage. These times of uncertainty and fear can be scary. We might not even know there is a place to look for answers and heal ourselves therefore we internalize what we don't know anything about. During the time of Coronavirus, the world has been in shock faced with life or death and unexpected emotions. Manpreet wrote this book to support those who are feeling powerless, helpless, hopeless, afraid, sick, and facing death. Through these prayers, you will find a way to go within and connect to a higher power to heal, support, uplift you beyond the current circumstances of being confined at home, facing health crises, preexisting conditions, and death. These supportive prayers will help you stay connected to your mind, body, and spirit so that you may receive support and be open to hearing answers from unexpected places in unimaginable ways. Each prayer gives you strength and teaches you how to write your own prayers. This book teach you how to pray when you feel most stuck, at odds, and helpless. The prayers will enable you to face whatever might come in a crisis with renewed trust, faith, optimism in the Universe while finding great healing, ease, peace, grace and connection with self and higher powers. This is your calm in in the storm.
Minister, Psychic Horizons graduate, and Ford Institute certified shadow coach Komal (365 Life Shifts) shares optimism in this nondenominational compendium of cleansing prayers dedicated to self-healing and positivity during the time of collective powerlessness and adjustment due to Covid-19. Komal includes prayers to keep essential workers safe, to avoid taking the frustration of working from home out on family members, and to heal soon after testing positive for the illness (“Dear God… Guide me. Support me every step of the way so that I don’t feel alone, isolated, or helpless”). Through connection with a higher power, whether it be Jesus, Krishna, Allah, or another, Komal emphasizes the importance of building a relationship with God to ask for help and learn to love oneself. She challenges readers to use the guide as an example for writing their own prayers, encouraging an openness to the unexpected.

Komal’s commitment to healing, recuperation, and defiance in the face of illness comes from personal experience with surgery and sick relatives in her care. She infuses her collection of prayers and mantras with sincere intentions for wholeness, including a prayer that asks for safety when going to the doctor during coronavirus and another that requests strength to avoid addictive and destructive behaviors, such as drinking and overeating.

There is some repetition—themes like hopelessness, feeling safe, and being supported recur—but the inclusive, nondenominational approach will make it easy for readers to connect with Komal’s book. Readers dealing with coronavirus themselves or in a loved one, or feeling apprehensive around others, will feel empowered by this spiritual resource.

Takeaway: This uplifting collection of prayers and mantras encourages readers with reassuring messages of protection, safety, change, and hope.

Great for fans of: Abraham J. Twerski’s The Spiritual Self, Barbara Lee’s God Isn’t Finished with Me Yet.

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