A reissue of this phenomenonally bestselling book with new material about how to connect with your angel
Angels In My Hair is the autobiography of a modern day mystic, an Irish woman with powers of the saints of old.
When she was a child, people thought Lorna was 'retarded' because she did not seem to be focusing on the world around her. Instead Lorna was seeing angels and spirits.
As Lorna tells the story of her life, the reader meets, as she did, the creatures from the spirit worlds who also inhabit our own - mostly angels of an astonishing beauty and variety – including the prophet Elijah and an Archangel, but also the spirits of people who have died.
This remarkable document is the testimony of a woman who sees things, beyond the range of our everyday experience.
About the Author
Lorna Byrne has been seeing and talking to angels since she was a baby. Now that her family are raised she talks openly for the first time about what she has seen and learnt. She lives quietly in rural Ireland.
"Those who see angels are close to being angels. In this book, Lorna beautifully and graphically describes angels and how they work" -- William Roache, MBE, author of Soul on the Street "Angels in my Hair is more than just an autobiography. It is a revelation that will open your eyes and change your life. Angels in My Hair has a message that the world needs to hear" -- Matthew E. Adams, New York Times bestselling author of Chicken Soup for the Soul of America "Lorna's wisdom and insights are breathtaking. This is a woman I have known for many years and admire enormously. She has made a big difference to my life and that of many others" -- Daniel O'Donnell "In times of universal deceit, never more so than now, the world needs guidance and hope. Angels in My Hair is an amazing book by an incredible woman, who shares her unique and fascinating experience of the guides at work with her in her own life and the messages they have for us all" -- Jim Corr, The Corrs "Nobody is going to argue with her underlying message of love and compassion and forgiveness and her hopes for "peace among nations and peace in families". Spending time with her is both challenging and inspirational" The Irish Times