A P Morris
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About A P Morris
A.P. Morris shares her personal experiences with the hope of helping others.
Her first book, They’re Not Gone, details fourteen stories, including her own, about how reconnecting with her deceased brother through Psychic Medium Ricky Wood changed her outlook on life & death.
Her second book, Unwrapping Me, details her journey to discovering self-love, which was hidden beneath sadness, sickness & self-loathing, through the enlightening "answers" that she received during meditation.
Her third book, What I learned from 3 Dogs in 3 Days, offers an account of her three-day dog sitting adventure. To her surprise, as the dogs interacted, an unexpected voice began speaking in her right ear, offering simple yet profound nuggets of wisdom about how to live a happier life.
She lives in the East Valley of Phoenix, Arizona.
You can contact her at firstname.lastname@example.org
Titles By A P Morris
What happens when we die? Regardless of your belief system, receiving “proof” that the spirit lives on can be a life-altering experience. They’re Not Gone provides detailed accounts of 13 people who, through Psychic Medium Ricky Wood, reconnected with a loved one they lost. With names, phrases, mannerisms, and much more, Ricky delivers irrefutable evidence that our spirits are still very much alive after our physical death.
Your Outlook on Life and Death May Never Be the Same.
They’re NOT Gone presents in a Chicken Soup for the Soul format with a John Edward’s One Last Time theme. Following each short story, get to know Ricky Wood in a question and answer section where he addresses common questions such as -- Is there a ‘heaven’ and a ‘hell?’ Is there a difference between where you go if you die naturally versus suicide? Do you ‘see’ things differently after dying? And much more! Through humor and his down-to-earth nature, get to know what Ricky believes based on his years of experience as a Psychic Medium.
Like Author A.P. Morris? You may also enjoy her latest book - Unwrapping Me.
What did the voice say?
He masterfully pointed out simple yet profound insights, explaining how one's perspective can shape their reality and overall happiness. If that wasn't strange enough, even more befuddling was witnessing the dogs simultaneously interact with one another, demonstrating the described scenarios in perfect unison along with the nameless, wise voice. Somehow, listening to his words while observing their actions allowed me to comprehend deep-seated truths that had previously escaped my conscious understanding.
Hard to believe?
It was for me too. If I hadn't been overwhelmed with cooking, dog sitting, and dictating this mystery man's wise counsel, I may have brushed him off as a temporary delusion. Gratefully, I didn't because now you have an entertaining story to read and if you allow it, possibly some nuggets of wisdom to help you live a happier life.
How did I begin to discover self-love?
Simply, through the enlightening answers that I received to my questions during meditation about why I was in so much pain.
In spite of eating right, exercising, and utilizing supplements, reading self-help & spiritual books and so much more--I still wasn’t happy. There was something deeper that was wrong, that I needed, that I craved. I looked everywhere and to everyone for help, but I didn’t find it until I looked within myself.
What I learned from the answers I received is that everything, from relationship issues to health problems and everything in between, stems from a lack of self-love. If we come from a place of love in everything we do--from how we treat ourselves to how we react to others--anything that we consider a “problem” no longer exists. It simply vanishes with our misconceptions and judgments. I heard this statement whispered to me one day during meditation and it seemed to sum everything up for me…
“Know thyself, for then you will touch the face of God.”