I love this book. It changed my life by lightening the burden I hold as a bereaved mother, healer, seeker. My View from Heaven juxtaposes the supernatural with doses of reality. It may sound woo-woo, but please be open-minded and this book will bring you gifts. It is wisdom from a spirit, J.T., who lived on Earth this time for only 7 years. I was invited to edit this book by his mom, Sarina, who channeled the missive. I felt honored, and the student in me was curious to know what a departed soul says about the purpose of life. Since I had lost a child like Sarina, I was keenly interested in what happens in the spiritual realm when people die.
This book gave more than I expected. The first time I read the manuscript a path unfolded in my head, like a new map, and J.T.’s energy came through in real time. I was in awe communing with him. His tone was friendly, enthusiastic, and definitely explanatory. I said to myself, this is how things work in heaven and on earth. Thoughts and actions have consequences. Karma is to be balanced, it is not retribution or revenge. Souls are of love, light -on Earth they play roles to contribute to each other’s learning. The book implored observation, acceptance instead of judgment. That includes dealing with ourselves. Let go of how things should be.
Everyone has a set of chosen lessons before we are born. That was difficult to accept, as many of us wonder, why do we experience hardships, traumas, and why do some people cause so much pain? I dueled with the idea as I worked on the book. I didn’t like how some things are predetermined -even if my soul had chosen the lessons. But I looked at my life and it totally resonated with what J. T. said. I didn’t want to lose a child but the horrible event changed my life for the better. It took couple of decades to see that. I got to experience others’ love for me, and learned to love myself, realize my calling.
J.T. talks about humans having free will. We act and play in the game of life. We do make choices and they create more paths and webs of consequences. We are here to find our purpose and live it to the fullest. We are all made of stardust. Our fellow spirits are around us, watching, learning, ready to support. Here’s another place where an open-mind can help us help ourselves. The book encourages connection to guides and helpers, the Source energy. Why not? We need all the help we can get.
I can go on. I appreciate My View so much that I ordered it for several beloved clients. It has been months since I read it in its entirety. As the world progresses, my old ways of thinking and dealing (i.e. judgment and apprehension) are seeping back into my consciousness. It’s time to reread this book. It’s a gem and will bring insight each time. And insight always brings empowerment.