Embracing the End of Life by Patt Lind-Kyle

Embracing the End of Life by Patt Lind-Kyle

Death is, from our physical perspective, the final journey we make. Confronting the issues imposed by the final days of our lives is the greatest of all challenges.  Sadly, we do not live in a society that adequately prepares us for that last great leap into the unknown. Someone who is keenly aware of that fact is Patt Lind-Kyle; an author, teacher, therapist, speaker and consultant who’s book Heal Your Mind, Rewire Your Brain won the Independent Publishers Gold Medal Award and Best Book Award from USA Today News. In her…

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Messages From a Wonderful Afterlife by Kristy Robinett

Messages from a Wonderful Afterlife by Kristy Robinett

The faint odour of a remembered perfume, a slight tickle on the back of the neck, the unexpected smelling of a door or the tinkling of a tiny bell are all possible signs that a recently departed loved one is trying to make you aware of their continued presence. In Messages from a Wonderful Afterlife professional psychic medium, and author of It’s a Wonderful Afterlife (reviewed here), Kristy Robinett expands upon her previous work with a collection of personal anecdotal accounts from herself, her clients, friends and families, of signs…

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Words at the Threshold by Lisa Smartt

Words at the Threshold by Lisa Smartt

Lisa Smartt was amazed and then confused when her father, towards the end of his life and whilst dying from prostate cancer, began to communicate to others in strange and unrecognisable ways. A man who was essentially indifferent to spirituality and any thoughts of the afterlife her father started talking in mystical ways and about seeing angels appearing before him predicting his point of death. After he passed over his daughter spent some four years collecting together accounts and transcripts from several health-care providers, friends and family members who also…

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Expect the Extraordinary by Sue Pighini

Expect the Extraordinary by Sue Pighini

It has often been said that death marks the start of our greatest personal adventure. When the day arrives and the great unknown pulls us over the threshold and into a new existence we are said to be faced with fresh challenges within in a totally new environment. But what happens if our time to leave is up but another part of Soul’s determines that we are not yet ready to leave? What exactly occurs when we are saved from death and reminded that contrary to the Grand Plan we…

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Seeking Jordan by Matthew McKay PhD

Seeking Jordan by Matthew McKay PhD

Jordan McKay died a violent and seemingly pointlessly tragic death at the hands of unknown assailants one night in Sans Fransisco. This young man, who was known for his earthy sense of humor, musical prowess and fascination with the Stock Market, had everything to live for which made his passing even more tragic and senseless. At 02:00AM on September 17 – the exact moment Jordan died, Mauchi, his former friend and employer, awoke to sense the strong sense of the deceased spirit of Jordan close to his bed. The following…

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It’s a Wonderful Afterlife by Kristy Robinett

It's a Wonderful Afterlife by Kristy Robinett

If you have ever wondered whether the life of a top psychic is really the fun and frolics that it is painted then you only have to read the opening to Kristy Robinetts autobiographical account of her early years in It’s a Wonderful Afterlife: Inspiring True Stories from a Psychic Medium to discover that in fact opening up to the psychic world is not only challenging but also fraught with hidden dangers. Kristy was only three years of age when her initiation into the spiritual world began following a meeting…

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Evidence of Eternity by Mark Anthony

Evidence of Eternity by Mark Anthony

Without death, life would have neither meaning nor relevance. It would simply fail to offer us a context within which to assess our physical experiences. The question that arises is ‘what exactly is death like? Is there an afterlife? And, if so, what part does it play in the overall scheme of things?’ In Evidence of Eternity, author and psychic Mark Anthony, better known as The Psychic Lawyer™, explores the afterlife and offers his perspective on the world that he feels will greet us upon our demise. The book is primarily…

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How to Talk to Me After I’m Gone by Alexandra Chauran

How to Talk to Me After I’m Gone by Alexandra ChauranHow to Talk to Me After I’m Gone by Alexandra Chauran

Parting with a loved one is never easy. The pain of separation brought about by death is, however, made slightly easier if your spiritual philosophy allows for a belief in such concepts as karma, reincarnation and life after death. For some religious traditions, such as the Spiritualist Church, the process of re-connecting with a loved one after their demise is comparatively easy. But, for most of us, there are no specific procedures for communicating between the worlds of life and death. What if it was possible to actually prepare yourself…

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The Journey into Spirit by Kristoffer Hughes

The Journey into Spirit by Kristoffer Hughes

Few people are more qualified to talk about death, dying and bereavement than those who worked with the deceased on a daily basis. Writer and researcher Kristoffer Hughes is one of those people who’s work in a morgue in England allows him a unique perspective on the nature of death—but what makes Kristoffer slightly different is that he is a practicing Druid and is someone who maintains an essentially Pagan perspective to his life and work. In many regards Kristoffer is caught between two worlds—that of the Christian-based civil systems…

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The Divine Art of Dying by Karen Speerstra

The Divine Art of Dying by Karen Speerstra

Life, without death, has very little meaning but as we all know the actual process of dying is rarely experienced without it bringing trauma and deep emotional pain. Few of us understand the nature of such things until we are faced with the difficult task of caring and supporting someone who is terminally ill. It is at these times that challenging questions emerge regarding the best way to cope with somebody who is dying and being cared for in a hospice. The Divine Art of Dying is a book that seeks…

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We Walk Beside You Always by Bridget Benson

We Walk Beside You Always by Bridget Benson

There is a good chance that, at some point in your life, you will experience the presence of a ghost or other kind of discarnate spirit. When you do, there is also the possibility that you will be able to identify who they were in life and even recogmize them as a member of your family. Imagine what it would be like if you could communicate directly with them and that they were still actively involved in your life. This was exactly the situation that psychic medium Bridget Benson found…

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