Awakening: The Inevitable Door by Jenny Jeffrey

This book is another wonderful Finalist from the Book Talk Radio Club. 

This is not so much a story but a transcript of a journey.  The author states clearly that she approached this project with an expanded consciousness and an open questioning mind.  I highly suggest that you do the same when reading it.

If you have ever questioned what is beyond death and how death can have an impact on those who are living, this book will be a good place to start expanding your mind.  Done in a conversational tone between the author and several other entities, I felt I could easily follow along with the developments happening during the entire process of establishing a relationship.

I especially enjoyed the chapter on Creating Elin Mair as it gave me a lot of food for thought on my own experiences. This is not a book to rush through.  At times the author suggests slowing down or waiting until you are ready to think about certain subjects.  I can see this being a book to keep and refer back to as my life progresses.

For more about this author, CLICK HERE.

SUMMARY

From the moment of our birth, death–a mystery still–becomes a fact of life. In 1984, Jenny witnessed the death of her three-year-old daughter, Elin Mair. Awakening – The Inevitable Door is written in conversation with her daughter, revealing her dying process, her birth and her conception which had its beginnings in another dimension. The author first received from this dimension, now known to her as the Realms of Light, during her daughter’s hospital stay. This book also reveals: How communication with Elin Mair and the Realms of Light, which includes the Angels, occurs. Communications from Elin Mair’s departed birth family and why. The connection between mankind and other forms of life, including the planet Earth, has a relationship with other dimensions. Why and how love expressed through the heart is the most powerful energy of transformation there is, which we can use for good.

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