Divine Intervention was a read of profound importance to me for various reasons. Having experienced a spiritual awakening myself with all the stages that go with it, it was wonderful to read about Ms Courteneys experiences. The book is written in a way that is easy to identify with, while losing none of the profundity of the messages. I was also particularly touched by the fact that she was not afraid to expose her own fears, insecurities and confusion. She has researched all the different aspects in depth and this for me provided many answers I have been searching for. The heart of the book conveys courage, hope and at the same time emphasises the responsibility that we as individuals and beings have toward each other and the planet. She has not tried to shy away from any part of her experience, but shares it all. I am in the spiritual healing field and have recommended the book to various people, all of whom have been touched on a very deep level by the massages conveyed through Ms Courteneys experience. I can only thank her for her courage and honesty.
I was greatly impressed with Hazel Courteney's book, "Divine Intervention " It's almost totally unique to see a book about how channeling works . And there much to learn about it though the study of its physiological /emotional impact .The book has an amazing balance of mainstream science and new age emotion...usually its one or the other.
Right! Are there actually any people who believe this stuff, or is every copy of this book purchased as a gag gift? I gave it a five star rating in honor of PT Barnum's, er, I mean, Hazel Courteney's, brazen attempt at theft. And she should be charged with theft. That is, if any of the idiots this book was written for were able to break away from their $5.00 a minute psychic hotline phone conversations long enough to buy it. If Diana actually could speak from the grave, she wouldn't be spewing all these bogus messages of hope. She would more likely be commenting on the emergency onsite medical procedures used by the French. This so called author should go back to writing horoscopes for supermarket tabloids, and leave the exploitation for profit of Princess Diana's sad life and death to decent people.