A case of "soul recognition". A true story!
In August 2018, the author posted to her Facebook: "A friend of mine died 1983-ish. He was born again in 1991. I met him again in 2016!" Every question that just ran through your mind I answered in this audiobook! A daring and brave adventure as she basically documents her journey with this case of S.R. as it is revealed and then unfolds over a five-month period.
Because she's a medium, much of what’s being revealed is news to her, as well, until it is shared from the Spirit World. Is it maybe just...wishful thinking that she's recognized this soul? She eventually gets several visits from across the veil and information that is verified by her recognized soul on this side.
From the Book:
"You know what they say about six degrees of separation?! Well, when you add the multi-dimensional element, it's probably more like two degrees of separation! I'm reminded by this turn of events that the truth is, if we actually had access to all the reincarnation history of everyone around us presently, there would be a lot of deep and profound relationships like what I described...we've all got deep history we don't remember with present-day associates as well as with people we don't even notice this lifetime!"
What members say
Could not finish it
I will start by saying that I really wanted to love this book. The topic is fascinating, and it started well. Unfortunately, I could not get through the first chapters. The author sounds like a mature person, yet her language and style, is that of a millennial, with lots of slang. She gets distracted easily, so her stories go on forever and, by the end of the story, you don’t even remember what it as about. It is distracting. I, unfortunately, cannot recommend this book.
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Must have an open mind!
I absolutely love this book and plan on re-reading it now even though I just finished it there’s so much more to this book than the first read gives you. again keep an open mind it may help you in the long run with so many unanswered questions that you may be afraid to ask someone else.