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Letters to my Immortal Beloved by Petra Gerda Paul

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Letters to My Immortal Beloved is a short, touching collection of letters that Petra Gerda Paul wrote to her husband after his death.

Petra’s husband had Alzheimer’s, a heartbreaking disease for everyone involved. Petra writes very simply and honestly about some lessons she learned as a caretaker, and about the power of love to heal the deep grief of the loss of a loved one. Her insights are touching and humbly profound.

Well done, Petra … I hope this lovely book will be helpful for others who have had similar experiences, and inspiring for all who read it.

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AfterlifeTV Interview, Part 3 has been posted

Bob Olson’s third interview of me for Afterlife TV is now posted and ready for viewing here … or you can watch it on YouTube here.

This is the 3rd interview that I’ve done with Bob. If you missed the first ones, you’ll find them on the Afterlife TV webpage (here), just scroll down below this latest interview.

Bob has interviewed many, many interesting people through his Afterlife TV program. It’s worth a browse through the archives.

Thanks Bob – it’s always fun speaking with you!

 

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Book Review: “Divining Truth”

Toni Elizabeth Sar’h Petrinovich’s book ‘Divining Truth’ is packed with insight and perspectives that explain and expand ideas of reality.

Toni channels what she refers to as divine Source, answering questions that she’s received from clients through years of readings. These aren’t the pat answers, and follow no creed or belief system. Each chapter offers insight into a broader and wider reality, reminding the reader to stretch out of the limited view of the physical world we think we know.

Toni’s book is bold and readable, packed with thought-provoking insight and applicable perspective. It’s well worth reading if you’re hunting for a well written book to expand your mind. It’s available from Toni through her website www.sacredspaceswa.com or from amazon.

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Reflections on Afterlife of Billy Fingers

‘Afterlife of Billy Fingers’ by Annie Kagan is a lightweight book about Ms Kagan’s communications with her brother Billy after he died.

Billy was an alcoholic and drug addict, and Ms Kagan’s portrait of him is of a wild hearted, troubled, trouble-making and charming man.

His afterlife communications with her offer an example of why old wisdom teaches “judge not.” From our limited perspective here in a physical world, we don’t have all the information. We don’t know what others have intended for their experience here, or what value their whole selves gain from their lives. Judging them only reveals our own limitation and ignorance.

Practicing discernment and personal choice as to what we want to experience in our own physical life movie is necessary and wise. That’s possible to do without judgment on the people or situation we’re choosing to bypass or jettison. A transforming distinction, if one applies it to the choices and decisions in life.

Afterlife of Billy Fingers is a lightweight book written at about an eighth grade reading level, a story that doesn’t convey much reflection or deep thought, but it’s a quick read with a lovely and powerful little gem of love: judge not.

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Application of Impossible Things Featured Book

My book “Application of Impossible Things” is being featured by the publisher, Ozark Mountain Publishing. Discounted! Available for order online! Read reviews on their website!

Click here for the link …

Ozark has some other interesting books available as well – browse around.

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Review of Application of Impossible Things

Check out a (good 🙂 review of Application of Impossible Things, and some other good essays at:

http://lifelearningtoday.com

(cheers Kris!)
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Review of Application of Impossible Things

Jim Szpajcher Book Review: Application of Impossible Things by Natalie Sudman

I read this slim volume, which on the surface of the text was an account of her experiences while in an expanded state of consciousness as a result of being in an IED blast in Iraq. She packs a lot of data into her few pages, and offers a lot of food for thought about the way that humans, as spiritual beings, interact on many levels of consciousness. I would rank this little book on the same shelf as Bob Monroe’s “Journeys Out Of The Body” in terms of exploratory scope. If she were to continue on with her work, I would not be surprised to see her model/ construct become better defined, in much the same way as Monroe did in “Far Journeys” and “Ultimate Journey”. As a study in altered states, Sudman offers a contrasting study which compares (favorably, to my mind) with Michael Newton’s “Journey of Souls” and “Destiny of Souls”. Sudman’s book is not light reading, but it is definitely worth the effort.

 

(Thanks Jim!)

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