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This week, Marla Frees brings us a terrific show about love, prayer and psychic power.

Arielle Ford’s sister, bestselling author Debbie Ford, died five years ago. Nobody knew that she had written a final book until Arielle received a message through renowned medium James van Pragh that she wanted it published.  Arielle undertook a search and did indeed locate a manuscript, which has become the book Your Holiness. Debbie was a successful business person and author, but also had a tremendous struggle with drug addiction. During this battle, she learned a great deal about prayer and the power of prayer, and this intensely moving book is the result.

Arielle Ford is a leading personality in the personal growth and contemporary spirituality movement. For the past 30 years she has been living, teaching, and promoting consciousness through all forms of media. She is a celebrated love and relationship expert, speaker, and is the co-creator and co-host of Evolving Wisdom’s Art of Love series.

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Visit Arielle at ArielleFord.com

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8 Comments

  1. Beautiful show. Thank you!
    Beautiful show. Thank you!

  2. Oh, she’s a friend of
    Oh, she’s a friend of renowned con-artist James van Praagh? Thanks for the warning, Whitley.

  3. I loved this show! Arielle
    I loved this show! Arielle Ford has a compelling story about how this new book from her deceased sister Debbie Ford came about. James van Praagh helped bring this forward by bringing Debbie’s messages in… and then Arielle followed through to get this book out to the world. Marla’s interviewing skills add to the richness of the conversation, and she consistently brings out the best in the people she is interviewing. They were both compelling together, and I will be buying this book and following up to learn more about Arielle’s offerings. I loved Debbie Ford’s work, and didn’t realize her sister was also such a gifted light with her own contributions. Brilliant interview! Keep this up Marla… love your show! I subscribe to Dreamland because of YOU!

  4. The subscriber show (second
    The subscriber show (second 30 minutes) was even better! I DO suggest people subscribe, because what is shared after the first part was REALLY moving! Thank you Arielle and Marla!! I’m going to continue on with Arielle’s offering…

  5. That’s interesting, Whitley.
    That’s interesting, Whitley. Why do you say that?
    I don’t want to be unkind but it’s hard for me to listen to Marla… the constant “cackling” laugh, often at things that are, at best, moderately funny. I’m sure she’s a nice person. Maybe she will go back and listen to the shows that she hosted and work on that.

    1. Marla has a wonderful radio
      Marla has a wonderful radio voice and her laugh is genuine. This is an odd comment, and not accurate or helpful. Criticism for the sake of put down or intolerance shows a lack of presence and the content has been missed completely. Sorry that you were not able to receive the heart-centered wisdom that was shared in this brilliant interview.

  6. Yes, yes, and yes to more
    Yes, yes, and yes to more Tuesday nights at Olandar in Malibu!

  7. There seems to be a subset of
    There seems to be a subset of people who gripe about “cackling” by Marla, PMH Atwater, etc. Personally, I find them brilliant guests, and enjoy their ability to express their emotions.

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