Soul-stirring books

The Light Between Us by Laura Lynne Jackson

What is my mission in life?

What happens when I die?

Are psychic gifts real?

Is it something to be afraid of?

What does it feel like to be a psychic?

Are my loved ones who have crossed over doing fine?

How are they feeling?

If you have asked yourself any of the questions above, this book would be a great read for you.

This book is a reminder that we are not just connected to one another on this physical plane, we are also connected to each other across dimensions, space and time. Our bodies give way with time, but our soul never dies. It helps us to understand that the other side is not a scary place, it is a place of pure love, where learning and soul reflections occur.

The truth is, we will never experience the afterlife fully until we cross over ourselves, but a belief in a peaceful and loving afterlife can take away the fear of death and dying.

In the depth of grief and heartache, it can bring some relief to know that your loved ones are never truly gone, that they are always around you but just in a different form. It is also very comforting to know that you can talk to your loved ones at any time and they are always able to hear your thoughts and words in a way that was not possible before, when they were in their physical bodies.

Though it will never be the same, and the waves of grief will keep crashing on your shores, it can be very comforting to know that we can now initiate an even deeper connection with our transitioned loved one as only one of us is bound by the limitations of the human body now.

If you have had psychic experiences or just a very innate intuitive knowing that cannot be explained, this book might bring some reassurance to you. 🙂

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With others, With Spirit, With yourself

No coming, no going

From Plum Village:

“No coming, no going, no after, no before.

I hold you close to me, I release you to be so free.

Because I am in you, and you are in me.

Because I am in you, and you are in me.”

I weeped the first time I heard this song. The message of interconnectedness and unity is so strong in this song. 

Sometimes it’s so hard to embrace our oneness in a world that so wrapped around individuality and separateness. All I want to do most of the time is to survive and not drown. But the realisation is that noone can force me to drown. One can only cause a turbulent sea in my life but I get the power to decide to either swim or drown. At times, I would have to swim hard over extended periods of time, and at other times, I can gracefully float. I have the power to choose. And I choose to stay afloat. Always.

This song also reminds me of my dad. Even though he has left his physical body, he is still energetically very much present in my life. He has immersed fully into oneness as he left his vessel and the more I connect to the stillness within, the closer I get to him too. He and I are no different. You and I are no different. We are all of the same essence.