Conversations With My Daughter On The Other Side: The First Year
My oldest daughter, Courtney, died in December, 2010, at the age of forty, of complications from twenty years of drug addiction. This is not the story of her life, but her afterlife, in which she is communicating with me, through automatic writing, about what she is learning on the “other” side.Although I have done automatic writing at various times in my life, I have never before had such a long,...
Hardcover: 112 pages
Publisher: Balboa Press (March 16, 2012)
Product Dimensions: 5.5 x 0.4 x 8.5 inches
Amazon Rank: 8108271
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“So many books in the Balboa Press family are absolute must-reads, and this is no exception. The writings in this book personally explain, illustrate, and lovingly describe our true purpose on earth from Courtney's communications through her mother. E...”
ongoing communication. But then I’ve never before had a child pass over. Courtney was a very sociable, talkative, witty, sensitive, loving, and spiritual person when she was alive. Drugs took some of that away, but the essence of who she was on earth and who she is showing me through these writings definitely remains.She writes, through me, about life on the other side, the reason we come to earth, and the lessons we need to learn. Her writings have been helpful to my family and friends, and my friends have passed them on to some of their friends. It seems to make people feel better and look at things differently. I know it’s made everything a lot easier for me, knowing she’s still around and continues to learn, grow, and pass that information on to us.I hope you’ll find her words as inspiring, helpful, and life-affirming as we have.