Spirit Translator (Paperback)
Seven Truths for Creating Well-Being and Connecting with Spirit
St. Martin's Essentials, 9781250246424, 240pp.
Publication Date: August 11, 2020
Connect with your own spirit guide and transform your life
Spirit Translator is a remarkable book that gives readers the tools to find and connect with their spirit guide. In her work as a spirit translator, Diana Cole has asked spirit thousands of questions on behalf of her clients and herself. These messages are distilled into the seven transformative truths for well-being and happiness that form the backbone of the book. She outlines her own walk with spirit; how she transformed a shattered career and broken relationships into a fulfilling life with the help of her spirit guide. Most importantly, Diana helps readers meet and begin a new relationship with their own spirit guides, a dialogue that will transform their lives.
At its heart, Spirit Translator is a book of self-empowerment, giving readers the knowledge to begin a conversation with spirit that will be a lifelong source of well-being and love.
About the Author
Kristine Carlson has captivated readers worldwide with her books, including Don’t Sweat the Small Stuff for Moms, An Hour to Live, An Hour to Love, Don't Sweat the Small Stuff in Love, and Don't Sweat the Small Stuff for Women. Kristine has been featured on national radio and television broadcasts, including The Today Show, Empowered Living Radio, The View, and Oprah. Today, she is emerging as a profound leader in the areas that matter most to the human heart—how to heal and move forward, and how to love.
Praise For Spirit Translator: Seven Truths for Creating Well-Being and Connecting with Spirit…
"Diana Cole has a rare gift that she has lived with for a lifetime, one that she is only now bringing to the world stage. She is the Spirit Translator, using her direct line of communication with the invisible world to answer the questions that matter most to each of us. Connect with Diana in person or online, and prepare to live the life you have always dreamed of."—Jack Canfield, originator of the Chicken Soup for the Soul series
“Having been a part of the transformational field for over twenty years, I think it’s rare to encounter someone like Diana Cole, an emerging teacher of exceptional skill. She merges intuition, compassion, and wisdom — and all with a laser-like intelligence that wakes people up.”
—Kristine Carlson, co-author of the Don’t Sweat the Small Stuff Series
“Diana Cole has a precious and rare gift to clearly connect with your soul and then deliver to you articulate messages that are meaningful and useful. She possesses a unique combination of innocence, humility and deep wisdom.”
—Arielle Ford, author, speaker, relationship expert
“Spirit Translator is an important book and Diana Cole is the real deal. This book will awaken you to the importance of listening to your inner wisdom—plus give you the tools you need to hear your spirit guides and better understand why we experience difficulties. You will learn how to turn pain into purpose. Diana gently nudges you forward—helping you to step into your full power, so you can show the world who you truly are—no matter what you've been through. Or rather, thanks to what you've been through. If you're ready to change your life, read this book!”
—Karen Salmansohn, Multi bestselling author
"Diana Cole is a conduit for miracles to happen. She is so clear and so committed to well-being that when she turns her intuitive abilities in your direction, positive change is inevitable. Spirit Translator is the book that makes her gifts available to the whole world for the first time."
—Marci Shimoff, #1 New York Times bestselling author of Happy for No Reason
"I am so grateful that Diana Cole has finally said yes to her gift of connection with spirit and invited us all in, giving us a front row seat. We get to see her innate ability to not just listen but smell and taste the world beyond. She indeed reminds us of our own divine invisibility by making the spirit world visible and audible."
—Christina Rasmussen, Author of Where Did You Go?