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Lorna Byrne – Irish Mystic


Full Interview:

In this interview, we discuss:

What to tell a child about their Guardian Angels. Segment only audio:

How to communicate with our Guardian Angels. Segment only audio:

How the Archangels work with us. Segment only audio:

How to Pray for Others. Segment only audio:

How the Angels Direct us to help others. Segment only audio:

The Power of Prayer. Segment only audio:

How Showing Love Helps all Children. Segment only audio:

Lorna Byrne was born in in Dublin, Ireland, to a poor family. As she writes in her best-selling autobiography, Angels in My Hair,  “From the time I was an infant and opened my eyes, I saw angels”.  Her infatuation with the nonmaterial led to young Lorna being diagnosed as “retarded”.  The Angels told her not to speak to anyone else about what she saw, but, that someday,  Lorna would write a book about them.  

After the death of her husband Joe and their four children reached adulthood, Lorna broke her silence and published her book Angels in my Hair,  in 2008.  

The book became an international bestseller –  translated into twenty-six different languages in over 50 countries. Lorna Byrne’s next two books, Stairways to Heaven and A Message of Hope from the Angels have also reached bestseller lists.

Her message is both beautiful and uplifting.  Reading her books and talking to her really puts us in awe of the assistance that angels can bring to every little bit of our lives… If we only remember to ask.

Lorna’s vision, which has been passed to her by God and the angels, is to transform the world into a more loving place.  One vision that she promotes is that all the religions in the world, and even those who do not identify as religious, should come under one umbrella to pray for Peace.

Lorna’s audiences are all over Europe and the USA.  This year, she travels to Hong Kong and Taiwan.  She founded the Lorna Byrne Children’s Foundation to help a number of charities who work tirelessly to help children who are suffering due to war, devastation, poverty or illness.

I spoke to Lorna just a few days before she was to leave her small village in Ireland to travel to Ethiopia and promote the work of A Partnership with Africa.

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