Everyday Mystic

Finding the Extraordinary in the Ordinary

Non-Fiction - Spiritual/Supernatural
291 Pages
Reviewed on 09/15/2017
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Author Biography

Everyday Mystic is my improbable mystic coming of age story. God speaks to me. Not that my BS in Economics, my MBA or my 18 years in finance at IBM would have prepared me in any way for these experiences. Aside from God I hear from Jesus, Mother Mary, St. Therese of Lisieux, angels and other enlightened beings. I am not religious and I don’t go to church. Jesus speaks to me outside of church…at home, in my car, at the nail salon. This is the point of Everyday Mystic. I am in no way special and God is talking to me so he must be talking to you too. My journey, as described in the book, is taken from private journal entries that were never meant to be shared. In fact, the journal entries would never even have been written were it not for the insistence of my mother. She encouraged me to document my revelations even though I was working full-time and taking care of my two children. Years later upon discovering these journals, my friend Linda Fallo-Mitchell, made it her mission to collaborate with me on a book so that others could learn from my spiritual journey.

Theresa Joseph, founder of the Global Peace Movement and Channeled Grace Healing Circles, is a mystic, spiritual mentor, intuitive healer, Reiki Master, and artist whose mission is to empower others by raising consciousness, manifesting peace and channeling grace.

    Book Review

Reviewed by Susan Sewell for Readers' Favorite

A woman records her spiritual journey and how she transcends in the enlightening non-fiction book, Everyday Mystic: Finding The Extraordinary In The Ordinary by Theresa Joseph and Linda Fallo-Mitchell. After years of receiving messages from the spiritual realm, Theresa begins to apply them in her life. Following the guidance of Jesus, Mother Mary, angels, Holy Spirit, saints and God, she experiences unexpected solutions and miraculous events; even in the most mundane instances. As Theresa complies with their instructions, she becomes more active in helping to bring about a new world. A place where the unconditional love, peace, and faith inherent within each soul will blossom. Embracing the messages her divine guides give her, Theresa shares them with the world. "We have now entered the Age of Light, where the light of the heart and the light of the soul outshine the mind. The shift to a higher consciousness has already begun..."

Everyday Mystic: Finding The Extraordinary In The Ordinary by Theresa Joseph and Linda Fallo-Mitchell is an inspiring spiritual book, guiding the reader into new and soul awakening experiences. The communications the author receives are universal, but they hold doctrines of Christianity and Catholicism. The fundamental precepts of their content are creation, obeying God, surrendering your life to God and Jesus, serving God, doing His will, humility, and faith in God. These are uplifting components if a person adheres to the spiritual teachings of the church, but unfortunately, if the reader is not inclined to church-based doctrines these may be foreign to them. Despite that detail, the book delivers a salient point; all-encompassing, unconditional love from the divine source is accessible to everyone and can potentially transform the world. It is exciting to consider that a change in intention can produce miracles which are not only life-changing but globally effective. This inspirational book is a powerful read and a splendid motivational tool for those who wish to enhance their spiritual lives.

Leena El-Ali

This is the most beautiful and inspiring book I have ever read. I have gone back to re-read different parts of it that I had marked up many times. I know I will be re-reading the messages compiled in the latter part of the book many more times before I die. Anyone who reads it and decides to take an earnest step toward the transcendent as a result, or to deepen their commitment to God, will probably do the same, no matter what religion or creed they subscribe to. There is something sublime and very real here for every one of us, including those who do not associate themselves with religion as such. As the author explains, once we put one foot in front of the other in trusting humility, again and again and again, we are transformed and come to realize that every single one of us has access to the Transcendent.