This past month I’ve had the honor of reading and editing two books by psychic and empath Gary Leigh. The first one is The Empath Guidebook. Though written by Gary based on his personal experience, growth, and development as an empath, it is written in a conversational format with one of his channeled guides. They take a look at many of the signs of being an empath as well as give information and guidance to help with some of the challenges that come with it, such as setting boundaries and avoiding burnout. In addition they give advice on diet and various healing and vibrational therapies, and discuss in depth the Bach Flower Remedies and the healing benefits for each one. The Empath Guidebook is a helpful tool for both the new and advanced empath, and it is available for Free! It can be downloaded from Gary’s website the Empath Zone here.
Gary’s second book is called i am the phoenix. This book is an autobiographical journey of Gary’s life as it spiritually unfolds, or as he says: my bizarre and crazy life. Gary always felt he was different. As his life unfolded so did his awareness and understanding of his psychic and empathic abilities, as did his awareness, understanding, and acceptance of his guides, past lives, and the past life connections from Ancient Egypt, who have appeared in this current life.
Gary’s main guide is Thoth, the Atlantean and Egyptian Being or god of knowledge and wisdom. Thoth guides Gary through his journey of healing and growth, and isn’t shy about giving his two cents either! Gary’s guides are there to help him on his journey, but like a phoenix and as the phoenix, Gary is able to raise himself from the ashes of psychic attacks, depression, and even potential death to shine his light and soar.
i am the phoenix is a thought-provoking and soul-inspiring book. You can experience the journey of the phoenix for just $3.99 by ordering here.
And don’t forget to stop by Gary’s blog at Psychic Empaths!
Nice review Julianne! Will drop by Gary’s place when I have time 🙂
This could not have come at a better time. Thank you for sharing this here. And off to Gary’s blog I go!
Have fun! 🙂