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Discover Two New Titles: Afterlife, Communication, Signs, Symbols, and Psychic You!

This post was written by Angela
on May 2, 2012 | Comments (1)

I am an extra happy editor today, since I found two soon-to-be-released titles in my mailbox! Since these are the first books I started working with a year ago, what better way could there be to begin a day?  I’ve anticipated not only the moment when I would be able to hold the fresh and finished copies in my hands, but also the time I could purchase and pass along the valuable stories and guidance to my family, and here’s why:

The first, By Morning’s Light, is Ginny Brock’s story of the year following her son’s death and the reconnection she found with him in spirit through dreams, signs, synchronicities, and even direct communication. Her story is one of gaining self-trust in instincts and intuition as well as reassurance that life continues after death. It offers hope to anyone who has ever lost a loved one, showing how we can indeed move through profound grief and continue to have a relationship with those we love.

When I experienced my own tragic loss this winter through my sister’s unexpected and untimely death, Ginny’s story was constantly running through my mind as I was caught in similar experiences. Dreams, synchronicities, unavoidable signs that left me and my family with our jaws on the floor…it was a whirlwind of sadness and amazement that had me reassuringly recalling this book time and time again. Ginny’s story became a tool in my tool belt and I found myself sharing her experience with others as we started on a similar journey in the world of bereavement. It is one I would highly recommend for those who have experienced loss, anyone interested in the afterlife or spirit communication, and anyone who simply loves a great spiritual memoir.

The second, The Book of Psychic Symbols, by Melanie Barnum covers a wide array of symbolic interpretations that you might come across through your own intuitive experience. As a psychic medium, Melanie shares her personal stories amidst helpful exercises and various symbolic interpretations (including a dictionary of more than 500 traditional symbols) that combine to create one comprehensive title you can’t miss! Whether these symbols come through dreams, coincidence, or personal reading, this book will help you to understand where the symbol may be coming from, why and how you might be receiving it, what it actually means, and how you can apply it to your life!

Originally Melanie’s book held my interest for it’s worth in psychic development and deeper understanding of many symbols I was unfamiliar with. The chapter “Where Symbolic Messages Come From” also broke things down clearly as she discusses communication from deceased loved ones, angels, ascended masters, and spirit guides. Since my sister’s death, I’ve come to this book time and time again as a reference for Melanie’s guidance on communication from deceased loved ones and the numerous symbols that I knew were significant, but that I couldn’t crack on my own. Once again, it is a book I will be sharing for the awareness and clarity it provides.

I hope you will check out these new titles. They don’t officially come out until next month, but you can have your copy ready to go by pre-ordering today!

Reader Comments

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Written By Shawn Tassone, MD
on May 10th, 2012 @ 1:08 pm

About a month ago I had the opportunity to be invited to the After Death Communication Conference in Phoenix. I was there to discuss Spiritist work I had done with John of God in Brazil and to also speak on not simply life after death but Life Before Birth (which we rarely discuss). The conference featured John Holland who worked with the audience for four hours and I was blown away by his connection to spirit. Like your tragedy I lost my mother at an early age and as I watched her slip away I wondered what would become of her. Needless to say I have had many confiramtions from her that she has made it to the other side. Thank you for bringing these books to my attention

Shawn

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