Interview with Jerry Mangan

This is a very intimate search for the meaning of your life. What was the greatest benefit you derived from writing it?
I think it was unraveling what had frequently been a confused and troubling existence to that point. Learning that I had the soul, Edward; and that he had chosen me to incarnate into to pursue his spiritual goals of Humanitarianism, Healing, and Experiencer--in other words, the very defining purposes of his and my existence--allowed me to understand (and finally accept) many of my previous actions. Even as it served to free me from a very unpleasant and demeaning physical addiction. The two embarrassing and shameful experiences I discuss in the book concerning the nature of that addiction are there at Edward's insistence: as potential teaching tools for other, similarly affected, men and women.
What hopes do you have for your book? How do you feel it might best serve your audience?
I began the book because Sylvia Browne, a psychic whose spiritual insights and informative books I greatly revered, told me I was going to write the spiritual journey of my life. That altered, however, when Edward began making his appearance in the writing. The more we communicated telepathically, the greater became my belief that others of us could become familiar with our souls and discover our life purposes in similar fashion. I also wanted to reveal how our Creators further assist us by assigning spirit guides and angels--along with our souls--to accompany and guide us throughout the entirety of our lives. I hope readers view this as Edward's and my spiritual path; realizing that they, too, possess equally unique and complex stories to uncover as well.
Published 2018-04-30.
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Books by This Author

Ensouled (Souls United With Their Human Hosts)
Price: $6.99 USD. Words: 129,880. Language: English. Published: March 10, 2015. Categories: Nonfiction » Inspiration » General self-help
This is the story of a man's search for the purpose of his life. He is given his soul's name, "Edward," by the renowned Psychic, Sylvia Browne. Soon afterwards, Mr. Mangan achieves telepathic communication with Edward in the process of creating this book. What follows is the courageous, and unexpectedly spiritually-blueprinted tale, of their mutually shared lives.