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Book details
  • Genre:HISTORY
  • SubGenre:United States / State & Local / New England (CT, MA, ME, NH, RI, VT)
  • Language:English
  • Pages:180
  • eBook ISBN:9780997156713

Spirits of Amoskeag

The Wounded Heroes of the Manchester Mills

by Lois Hermann and Peter Paulson

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Overview
This book was written in response to a promise made ten years ago, a commitment given to a group of spirits who caused accidents to get our attention. They agreed to stop their activity and go into the light if we would publish their story. This spiritual mystery shares their compelling heart-wrenching stories woven through the journey of creating the book itself. This fascinating story was communicated by the Spirits of Amoskeag, the Wounded Heroes of the Manchester Mills. We would like to hear your stories and personal insights that may shed light on the mysteries of the Spirits of Amoskeag. Many Blessings, Lois Hermann
Description

This book was written in response to a promise made ten years ago, a commitment given to a group of spirits who caused accidents to get our attention. They agreed to stop their activity and go into the light if we would publish their story. This spiritual mystery shares their compelling heart-wrenching stories woven through the journey of creating the book itself. This fascinating story was communicated by the Spirits of Amoskeag, the Wounded Heroes of the Manchester Mills. We would like to hear your stories and personal insights that may shed light on the mysteries of the Spirits of Amoskeag. Many Blessings, Lois Hermann ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Review by: Albert J. Marotta, MA, CHT This book is a historical exposé of late 19th and 20th century manufacturing and abusive child labor practices in the New England weaving mills. It is a 21st century promise to tell this story, with the effective use of transpersonal hypnotic regression in the research needed to validate their stories and keep that promise. Lois Hermann’s book is a well-documented dynamic historical adventure showing a dark side of humanity and big business. It is emotional, poignant, and fast- paced. Hypnotic regression techniques are used to access earth bound spirit testimony. The spiritual dimensions do not detract or overshadow the storyline but rather add a deeper dimension to her work. From a therapeutic perspective, there is enough technique given, that with intensive study and careful diligence, effective spirit releasement can be achieved by a competent regression therapist. The Spirits of Amoskeag… is a fascinating true adventure well worth the effort of the avid reader, historian, spiritual enthusiast, and therapist. Research is still ongoing, seeking the ultimate goal of greater details and accurate documentation. Well done, Lois and Peter. Albert J. Marotta MA, CHT, Alhambra, CA ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Review by: Tim Shurr, MA, CHT The Spirits of Amoskeag seized my attention from the moment I saw the haunting cover! It’s a historical account of human tragedy, murder, and soulful redemption, wrapped in mesmerizing personal accounts of spirit releasement. With decades of experience in corporate America and a pioneer in the medical industry, one might not expect that Lois’s first work of non-fiction would be about ghosts and hypnotic regression. Yet, it simply lends to the credibility of her work, the courage she demonstrated in telling this story, and the journey that both she and Peter are still on. From a practitioner’s point of view, this book is filled with insights and strategies for helping people who have not found relief from traditional modes of therapy. Any psychologist, counselor, hypnotherapist, life coach, shaman, or metaphysical healer would greatly benefit from possessing these tools. If you enjoy books that are entertaining, inspiring, and thought-provoking, put this book at the top of your list! Congratulations, Lois and Peter, for having the guts to trust your instincts and follow the road less traveled! Tim Shurr, MA, CHT, President Shurr Success, Indianapolis, IN ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Review by: Rev. Barbara McKusick Liscord Bless you, dear Lois, for being willing to journey in the way described in your book. And for your faith in Spirit which called you to finish what you promised. What came to mind, as I read this account, was how the stories of the children of the Manchester mills, their families and the people of privilege who benefited from their labor are repeated today in the world's child slave market. May everyone who reads this book be inspired to learn more about what is happening now and do something about it. Rev. Barbara McKusick Liscord, UUCM, Milford, NH

About the author
Lois Hermann As a success coach and Certified Consulting Hypnotist (CCH), Lois has worked with children and adults since 1995 helping them achieve their goals. She extensive training in advanced hypnosis techniques, Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP), Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT), and Spirit Releasement Therapy. Lois is a multi-registered medical professional, corporate trainer, clinical director, and an award-winning pioneer in the field of diagnostic ultrasound. Involved with integrative medicine since the early ’90s, Lois blends her extensive background in traditional medicine with her expertise in education and corporate leadership into her client sessions and presentations. Clients receive tailor-made programs that address their specific needs. As a writer, Lois has produced numerous clinical training manuals, and instructional CDs and DVDs. She has created several "Journey of Inner Awareness" audio programs, regularly contributes articles to local magazines, and shares monthly inspirational success blogs with her followers. In her personal life, Lois enjoys ballroom dance and Argentine tango with her beloved husband Curt. She is an avid perennial gardener and delights in playing with her precious cats. She is very proud of her accomplished adult children, and looks forward to enjoying grandchildren someday. She can be reached at Lois@LoisHermann.com Visit her Websites: www.SpiritsofAmoskeag.com and www.LoisHermann.com Phone: 603-402-9134
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