Angels Healing Journey is a book one may choose to use to address the Being of another just as you might do if you were to do a reading from one of the various "Books of the Dead". You would do this typically for someone who is suffering from one illness or another, though the book can and is used as a "Book of the Dead" since it contains readings for the First Stage (The Symptoms), Transition, Confronting the Clear Light, The Second Stage ( Disintegration) and the subsequent readings for the standard (number of) 49 Chambers for those in transition in the between lives states.
An interesting feature of this book is the list of common diseases people suffer from, the names of their (corresponding) Angelic Healers, and the chamber(s) where they can be found. Turning to those chambers one can then read a description of these angelic entities and learn about some of their major attributes.
Like all of E.J. Gold's books, this one is no different in that it could cause the discerning reader to think again about what he or she already knows and typically will lead one on to learn more.
It is an invaluable little book to have around if you're one of those folks who like to quietly and discretely send healing thoughts in someone's direction.
About the Author
E. J. Gold has written more than four dozen books, including American Book of the Dead, The Human Biological Machine as a Transformational Apparatus, and Life in the Labyrinth. He is the first spiritual author and teacher to adapt the medium of the internet for spiritual training and inner work. He lives in Nevada City, California.
The reason I mention this is because E.J. Gold, master dreamwalking shaman, also captured Angels Healing Journey in CyberSpace, as a DVD.
Created out of compassion for those who are in a world of pain the video is a (virtual) spiritual healing journey.
Just like the book however, there is no real explaining about how a "vision quest designed in cyberspace" works; you just put it on and push 'play'.
Footnote: The audio need not be loud; in fact, it's best if it's barely audible.