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Christine Snowon is living proof that it is not the circumstances into which we are born which determine our destiny so much as the way we live it.  She was born in Vallance Road, East London, 60 years ago.  Her neighbours were the notorious Kray twins.  Both families adored their mum, but there the similarity ends.  Unlike the Krays, Christine's life after a slow start, has been a steady, spiritual progression through the realms of love and light.  Her father was a cabinet-maker who made his own furniture and saved all year to give the family a summer holiday.  He fell victim to the Asian flu epidemic of 1957.  After his passing, Christine began to "see" him in her mind's eye at night. Knowing nothing of such matters, she was afraid, squeezed shut her eyes and pulled up the bedcovers.  The visions stopped.  Later, a life-saving operation in hospital brought about a meeting with a Spiritualist medium who inspired her develop her own spirituallity.

Both her father and Nan Rose communicated.  Suddenly, it was no longer enough to hear from them.  Christine had to speak with them herself.  Sitting on the edge of her bed, she said mentally. "If you are there, Dad then please talk to me."  In her mind she heard: "Yes, I am here.
You can talk to me."  So began the first of innumerable conversations.  At first, they were with family and friends, but after a while they began to include guides, ascended masters and angels.  Many of the lengthy replies Christine received from them are given in this book.  As well as developing as a medium and a psychic artist, Christine became a reiki master and an angel guidance counsellor.  Some of her coloured pastel drawings of the masters and angels she has spoken with are also reproduced in the paperback version of this book along with colour photos of spirits that have been published in Daily National Newspapers, magazines in the Uk and Japan.  Christine's story is a delightful, engaging one of hope, struggle and fulfilment. 

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