Brief Overview of the Love Never Dies Experience
The book begins with a vivid description of the night of Jean’s and my gradual realization that he never left me.
You will read Jean’s astounding manifestations in which he proved his presence through what I call Open Vessels, which are people who are especially open and animals who are naturally open to spirit.
Then, you will read about my discovery that we actually could dialogue back-and-forth through written and oral conversations, which I will show you how to do in part 3.
You’ll see, also, my unfolding discovery that we could use what I call Earthly Props, which include electronic devices, animals and humans, to further dialogue with each other.
Next, I show how he helped us to heal an outstanding issue we had, and even how he brought about a complete healing of my body and soul. As you’ll discover, your loved ones are waiting to do the same for you!
In part two, I help you dispel any beliefs that may block your ability to reconnect. In this section, I share the channeled information from Jean explaining why what we’ve been told about the afterlife is “dead wrong.” And I also reveal Jean’s message regarding the overlooked but obvious biblical foundation for reconnecting with loved ones in spirit.
In part three, I show you how to create a state of receptivity so that your entire being is an open receiver to send and receive signals.
Next, I show you how to recognize the signs of spirit presence in your life. In reading this chapter, most people are amazed to discover that their loved ones have been reaching out to them all the time. They were just overlooking the signs.
Lastly, I show you how to establish your own dialogue so that you may reconnect to whatever degree you wish. I show you how to use my dialoguing technique to stay in touch, obtain guidance (those in spirit can become your spirit guides), and even make peace, if needed.
PS: Even if you don’t believe in God and the afterlife, my dialoguing method will enable you to resolve any unfinished business you still harbor with someone who has passed over.