How you can reach the hidden higher powers in your life
by Sally Morgan
This title was previously available on NetGalley and is now archived.
Pub Date 15 Jan 2022 | Archive Date 01 Dec 2021
Ad Lib Publishers, Mardle Books
Available on NetGalley
Average rating from 4 members
Secret Spirit is a non-fiction book written by Sally Morgan. Often known as Britain’s best-loved psychic, in her latest book Sally talks about the spirit energy that resides in all of us and how we can become more attuned to it. As spirituality becomes more popular many people are looking for guidance about their own paths. The events of the last two years have forced changes on us and made most of us look at the way we live. Sometimes those changes have been positive; for some, it’s stopped the daily speeding train of existence and many have decided to make their own way to new destinations. Sally’s book sets down easy-to-read advice on ways to improve our spiritual journeys. The book is sprinkled with stories and anecdotes from Sally’s many years of psychic readings, while she also talks openly about recent readings for people who have lost loved ones during the pandemic. If you’ve ever seen Sally on stage or television and enjoyed what she does and her style of delivery, then you will probably really enjoy this book as much as I did. In a way it brings Sally alive and helps to spark that spirit energy that we hold inside, inspiring readers to pick up the baton and run with the ideas. Highly recommended.
I’d like to thank Mardle Books and NetGalley for giving me the opportunity to read ‘Secret Spirit’ written by Sally Morgan in exchange for my honest and unbiased review. Sally Morgan is one of the best-known mediums in the country and in ‘Secret Spirit’ she explains her gift and how she uses it to help people contact the spirits of their loved ones. She recalls events in her own life, anecdotes of her work, and her experience in helping people around the world connect with loved ones. It begins as the country faces a pandemic no-one would have anticipated a year ago that changes the world as we know it and brings about a new way of living. Unable to travel around the country and visit theatres, Sally connects the spirit energy with people through video link and social media, even though they’re not in the same room as her or even in the same country. A chapter is given to discussing how to unlock one’s spirit power and in the final chapter are pages of exercises to participate in to help us feel closer to those who’ve passed to the other side. I’ve been fortunate to be in one of Sally Morgan’s audiences and reading ‘Secret Sprit’ has revealed some of the questions I’ve always hoped to have answered, such as how does a white feather appear in my living room when there are no doors or windows open, and what is the afterlife. This is a light-hearted, intuitive and very interesting book that discusses spirituality even for those who don’t profess to be religious. It gives good advice such as to live your life honestly, stop pretending to be someone you’re not and most importantly to be happy and laugh. This is a book that’s been written in a format that’s very enjoyable and easy to read, and I was so involved that I read it in a day. I’m going to return to it in months to come and re-read parts that I found most interesting and helpful.
I really didn't expect to feel so moved and emotional after reading this book. I absolutely loved it! This book has so much heart, and is filled with positive, uplifting stories. It boosted me up, and broke my heart all in one go! Apart from reviewing how this book made me feel, I am struggling to write about what this book actually is. What it's about. I don't think I can write about that, as it is just all about the feeling. I can see myself coming back to this book every time I need a boost. I would describe myself as spiritual, and therefore this book sang from my hymnbook, and I think it really helps to aid my practise. Sally certainly knows her stuff! I also kept thinking about poor Sally and the loss of her husband from Covid - something that I assume happened after she had written the book. It was something in the back of my mind when reading. Incredibly sad. Absolutely beautiful book! One that I will re-read time and time again.