For those of you who have been asking me how I started communicating with angels and deceased loved ones, I’d like to share with you the first few paragraphs of Through the Eyes of Another:
“Several years ago, I began receiving consistent messages from angels and deceased loved ones after I had been going through a difficult time in my life. One day as I was sitting on the corner of my bed with my head in my hands, I asked God and the angels if I was going to be all right. Within a few seconds, I saw a beautiful golden light coming toward me from the other side of the room. My first reaction was to declare, “If you are not of God, please leave!” However, even after I had said these words, this magnificent light continued to float toward me.
The light entered the top of my head and eventually enveloped me. At that time, an incredible peace came upon me, and I began to weep. During this experience, I felt completely one with God, the angels, and everyone else. I continued to cry, and soon I heard an audible voice that spoke to me: “Luce lucina, bella luce lucina.” Thank goodness my grandparents were Italian, so I knew what that meant: “Light, little light, beautiful little light.” After hearing these words, I breathed a sigh of relief as I experienced each of my so–called “problems” being lifted from me one by one. Although I was totally unaware of it at the time, this incident became a huge turning point in my life. I had been given the most incredible gift, and I would never be the same again.
Soon afterward, I began to feel and hear messages from the angels and deceased loved ones. At first they came when I least expected them, but eventually they came only when I had the intention of connecting with them. Those who knew me before my “light experience” say I became a different person, and I certainly agree with them. Whereas before I was self-oriented, now I felt guided to help others and make the world a better place. I had been given a gift, and I knew it wasn’t possible to keep this information just to myself. I had to share it with the world.”