Only A Thought Away, by Angela Howard
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A personal story of bereavement and communication beyond death

A month after her husband, Martin, died from cancer, in 2003, Angela Howard visited Paul Lambillion, a healer and spiritual counsellor who had given Martin healing.

Paul became aware of Martin’s presence, and an amazing three-way conversation took place. As the story of these communications unfolds, Martin shows an awareness of events in Angela’s life, tells of his passing and why he now realises that it had been his time to go, and of the understanding he has gained and the experiences he is now having.

Angela writes about mediumship and quotes from some of the many messages which have been received, giving us valuable information about the nature of life beyond death. She is a Quaker, and the book includes fascinating personal accounts of spiritual/psychic experiences contributed by other members of the Society of Friends - experiences which though considered unusual today, would have seemed familiar to the early, seventeeth century Quakers with their powerful awareness of the spiritual worlds.

ISBN 978-1-904446-28-6



Quotes from reviews

Angela has written a fascinating and enjoyable book, which should bring comfort to others faced with the terminal illness of a loved one…

Cherry Simpkin, review for the Churches Fellowship for Psychical and Spiritual Studies, December 2010.

Do get a copy of this book, and read it. It is well written, a personal journey, and one which will have relevance to us all in one way or another. The more people that read it, and the other books mentioned in it, the more we will be able to openly discuss the subject of death and our continued life beyond the grave, and this will have a healing effect on the Society of Friends and society as a whole.

Jim Pym, review for "Towards Wholeness" journal of the Friends’ Fellowship of Healing, January 2011

A thought-provoking book which will give comfort and hope to people of any religious background. Angela manages to get her story across and gives one of the most compelling arguments (supported by personal and historical evidence) for spirit survival of death. Well written and very inspirational.

Samantha A. Hutton, January 2011, review for Psychic World

Many thanks for the review copy of your book. It arrived Saturday morning, and I haven't been able to put it down! What a wonderful, moving book!

David Taylor, editor of "Psychic Studies", journal of the Unitarian Society for Psychical Studies.

…Two evenings reading in bed have been so greatly healing for me. I love the way you write, as though you are in the room talking. I think you have made a significant contribution to the understanding of those seeking knowledge, in a very loving way. I can’t wait to read the rest. Congratulations on a tremendous achievement.

Chris W., NW2.