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The Angel Therapy Handbook

January 14, 2019

Show Notes:

In this week’s episode of I’ll See You In Help, we look at what may be the craziest self-help book yet, The Angel Therapy Handbook, by Doreen Virtue. She claims that not only do angels exist, they also live to help us in any way we see fit. We delve into the Angel Therapy Handbook and find out why she believes this. She claims that since she was a little girl she could see angels and that they would help her, like if she needed money they would help her win a contest or she would find it on the street. She didn’t share this with anyone until one day an angel came to her and warned her her BMW was going to be stolen so she better put the top on it. This really shook her and ever since she’s been peddling her angel therapy (and I mean peddling, so far she’s written 20+ books on it). The gist of angel therapy is that everyone is assigned two personal angels and you can ask them to do whatever you want. She says they are happy to help. There’s also more specific angels for specific tasks, like parking angels to help you find a parking spot, or fitness angels to help you work out that last couple inches around the waist. One week later… Either Kenyon and Kwamin’s angels won’t answer their calls or angel therapy is pure nonsense. The only change that’s happened over the week is that Kwamin’s roommates now think he’s insane after overhearing him calling out to angels in his room. Subscribe, Rate, and Review on iTunes - Link Follow us on Twitter, Instagram, or Facebook