Official Review: Heavenly Lessons by Paul Billins Henington

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Official Review: Heavenly Lessons by Paul Billins Henington

Post by Kibetious » 09 Nov 2019, 13:36

[Following is an official review of "Heavenly Lessons" by Paul Billins Henington.]
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3 out of 4 stars
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The world is in a transition period between two ages. We moved into the Aquarian age on March 21st, 1981. However, we are still in a transition period since it takes approximately 100 years. Chaos and tremendous struggles are common in almost every place. The new age is all about the freedom to be oneself without fear of persecution. It is a time when humanity will stand united. Therefore, love is the most significant thing in the Aquarian age. There is so much to be known about love. What is love? What are the key aspects of love to be universally embraced? What hinders us from loving ourselves and others?

Paul Billins Henington was selected to join the Intergalactic Classroom before he was born. He attended the class through astral projection every night together with others who had been chosen as well. Heavenly Lessons: Things to Know for the New Age was authored by Paul Billins after faithfully attending all his classes. This book is primarily written for those who are pursuing truth and a more satisfactory way of being. It was published in 2019 by AuthorHouse. The book is 110 pages long.

Most people have asked questions regarding psychic abilities. This book contains answers to some of the questions. The author reveals there are seven levels of psychic abilities each consisting of seven stages of development. The reader will also be exposed to two distinct categories of extraterrestrial beings and the fourteen councils of the Spiritual Hierarchy. One will learn about the composition, characteristics, and roles of the various councils. It is critical to comprehend how they have been typically functioning in the past and their positions in the new era.

The thing I liked most about the book is the position love was given. I believe love can shatter walls of division that have been erected over time by humanity. The author emphasized the importance of both self-love and love for others. The reader is challenged to be fearless and intentionally allow the full expression of sincere love without fear of being hurt. Simple exercises are provided for the reader to do. They include simple acts such as looking at yourself in the mirror for one week and saying ‘I love you.’ There are other exercises on grounding and centering as well. I am certain there are many benefits that readers will gain from reading this book. The only thing I disliked was the abrupt ending.

The language employed was straightforward. There was a glossary at the end to provide the definitions of some rare terminologies that were used. Editing was fairly done, though. The book had several grammatical errors. Therefore, I rate this book 3 out of 4 stars due to the grammatical errors. I earnestly recommend it to readers who enjoy reading spiritual books. It is most suitable for those who like topics like enlightenment, reincarnation, and astrology.

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Post by Magnify3 » 14 Nov 2019, 01:47

Thank you forvthe detailed and well written review. While I do believe that love can change the world, this book is not for me.

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Post by Meg98 » 14 Nov 2019, 10:44

Great review! I'm not sure if this genre is for me so I'm going to pass for now, but I'm glad you enjoyed it! Thanks for sharing your thoughts.
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Post by rumik » 16 Nov 2019, 09:36

Sounds like this book is for a very specific niche; I might try it when I'm in a less skeptical mood, lol. Thanks for the great review!

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Post by Nisha Ward » 24 Nov 2019, 21:11

This is definitely not my thing but it does sound interesting, particularly the bits about the different levels and the Intergalactic Classroom. Thanks for the lovely review.
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