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PERFORMER AND PROFESSOR CHANNELS A BOOK ABOUT LOVE
Mona de Vestel channels Edryon – a nonphysical entity of 7,000 souls
Mona de Vestel is not your typical new age writer and yet in just 90 days, she channeled a 400-page manuscript about love. The Self-Help book, Love in a Time of War is organized into 90 sessions ranging in topics from Quantum Physics to spirituality and wellness. In addition presenting ways to manifest the life that we want, this book also offers a series of guided meditations and hands-on exercises to help the reader “transform fear into love”.
In discussing her experience with the channeling process, the author writes: “On August 20, 2013, I stumbled upon my ability to channel. Up until that point, I'd had quite my share of strange and at times comedic adventures with the spiritual realm since I arrived on this planet, but what happened on August 20 was more powerful and stranger than any of my spiritual adventures combined.”
The book offers practical tips like “Emotions are the building blocks of understanding the polarity of your thoughts. If you can master the polarity of your thoughts, you can master the energy polarity of your body and therefore, the energy that you will draw to yourself.” Although aligned with other Law of Attraction texts such as the works of Esther Hicks and Marianne Williamson, Love in a Time of War also discusses central concepts in Quantum Physics such as The Law of Momentum and Newton’s First Law of Inertia to explain every day challenges like divorces, or even death.
Readers are responding to the book with enthusiasm: “The powerful truths in Love in a Time of War are expressed in simple and accessible language inviting us all to align ourselves with our inner truth, to trust in love, and to raise the collective consciousness in time to avert the disasters that face our world. A provocative read! Wendy Root Acupuncturist, Healer, Shaman
Mona de Vestel teaches writing online at the State University of New York, Oswego and in person at DeVry University in San Diego. Her work has been anthologized, and she has also graced the stage by being a cast member in Ping Chong Theater’s Cry for Peace: Voices from the Congo. She lives in Palm Springs, CA. For more information about the author and her upcoming works and events, please visit: www.edryon.com
Mona de Vestel
Mona de Vestel