Reviewed by: Virginia Waldron
(as included in the The Journal of Regression Therapy Volume ΧX, Spring 2011)
This book was an interesting and compelling journey of a woman who experienced deep and profound grief and loss, and who, as she went through that journey, experienced her own personal awakening. It is about after death communications, existence after death, the eternal aspects of love and of our true nature as Soul Beings, and the reality of being human with all our flaws and imperfections.
Something I tell my clients time and again, “We are human, we are meant to be flawed. It is our flaws that make us loveable. Without our flaws no one could stand to be in the same room with us!” Stephenie writes an excellent and brutally honest account of her journey and her pain and her truth.
Perhaps it is a bit longer than it truly needed to be and perhaps it could have been a little tighter in the editing. But, again, if it were perfect it would be hard to finish! It is worth reading and it is a good book to give someone who has recently suffered a great loss, who is grieving or who needs to see past the pain and into the hope.