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The Loretta Brown Show – 12 – 05 – 19 – Corin Grillo

Topic: While some people think of angels as being sweet, loving, heavenly beings who sit around singing and playing the harp, in The Angel Experiment: A 21-Day Magical Adventure to Heal Your Life, author Corin Grillo assures readers that angels are actually powerful allies who are always available to help them manifest the health, wealth, and life of their dreams.
The Angel Experiment is based on a popular 21-day course Grillo has been offering only since 2015, with miraculous results. It outlines a nonreligious, yet a highly spiritual, step-by-step method for working with the angels in just five to ten minutes a day for 21 days. The book’s guided daily meditations and invocations offer readers a tangible experience of how angels can help hem manifest the life they truly desire.
The Angel Experiment relates to inspiring stories that Corin and her clients have experienced physical and emotional healing, finances improving, and addictions vanishing. It also offers targeted techniques — including the specific angels to call upon — for various life challenges.
Corin Grillo is the author of The Angel Experiment and founder of the Angel Alchemy Academy. A trained psychotherapist, angel channel, healer, and teacher, Corin’s edgy and down-to-earth style has helped thousands of people all over the world go from angel-curious to angel-powered.
Website: CorinGrillo.com


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