What makes books by Sherri Cortland unique?
The uniqueness of Windows of Opportunity, Raising Our Vibrations for the New Age, and Spiritual Toolbox lies in the fact that the information was channeled by the “career-girl next door,” who exposes her most personal and embarrassing mistakes to the world to help her Guide Group get their points across. The books are down to earth and readers will immediately recognize similar life scripts, windows of opportunity, and relationship villains in their own lives, so they can take appropriate action to help reduce drama and accelerate spiritual growth. They will sympathize with the author’s own struggle to increase her vibrations and generate positive energy to help the planet, and they will have an action plan to raise their own vibrations.
Credibility for these channeled works is easily established as the author is a successful, educated, businesswoman in her early fifties with 37 years of professional experience. By writing her books, Ms. Cortland has, in effect, “come out of the New Age closet” and opened herself to ridicule regarding the New Age topics covered in the book, including Comunication with Spirit, our Higher Self, Karma, Reincarnation, Relationship Villains, Atlantis, 2012, and UFO’s.
In addition to delivering messages from the other side of the veil, readers are given step-by-step instructions on how to meditate and contact their own guides through automatic writing and meditation with intent in order to receive the same kind of personal information the author receives.
Windows of Opportunity, Raising Our Vibrations for the New Age, and Spiritual Toolbox will appeal to readers of New Age/Spiritual books, male and female, who are looking for insight, guidance, and answers as to why our lives our filled with difficult challenges—at home, and at work, and who wish to communicate directly with Spirit. It will especially appeal to readers who are interested in New Age/Spiritual subjects/channeled books, but who are skeptical about the credibility of New Age authors. They will attract the same readers as Dolores Cannon, Sylvia Browne, Doreen Virtue, John Edwards, and Brian Weiss, MD, Lee Carroll (Kryon), and Edgar Cayce.