Jerry Mangan


I have educational backgrounds in the fields of Psychology, Counseling, and Metaphysics. The latter field caught my interest some twenty-five years ago, sending me on a quest for the spiritual meaning of my life. "Ensouled" captures elements of that journey, the discovery of my soul, Edward, and our ensuing, telepathic conversations concerning our intimately shared existence.

Smashwords Interview

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 more of a confounding existence to that point. Learning that Edward chose to incarnate in me to pursue his spiritual goals of Humanitarianism, Healing, and Experiencer allowed me to understand (as well as find acceptance for) many of my previous actions.
Who are your favorite authors?
Sylvia Browne and Ruth Montgomery; plus Dr.'s Wayne Dyer, Brian Weiss, and Michael Newton, speak to my mind and heart as far as metaphysical authors go. I also enjoy the novels of Jan Karon, Kent Haruf, and Alexander Mc Call Smith. Their leading characters show loyalty, thoughtfulness, and inspiring human compassion. Novels in both book and audio format (as well as movies) about men and women working to discover and positively reinvent the best of their human natures always renew me.
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Ensouled (Souls United With Their Human Hosts)
Price: $9.99 USD. Words: 130,330. Language: English. Published: March 10, 2015. Categories: Nonfiction » Inspiration » Spiritual inspiration
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.

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