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NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER • For readers of Proof of Heaven, the astonishing story of a woman with an extraordinary psychic gift—and a powerful message from the Other Side that can help us to live more beautifully in the here and now.

Laura Lynne Jackson is a wife, a mother, a high school English teacher—and a psychic medium. Where most believe an impenetrable wall divides the world between the living and the dead, Jackson sees brilliant cords of light. She has dedicated her life to exploring our connection to the Other Side, conversing with departed loved ones, and helping people come to terms with loss. In The Light Between Us, she writes with clarity and grace, addressing the eternal questions that vex us all: Why are we here? What happens when we die? How do we find our true path in this life? Laura Lynne Jackson’s story offers a new understanding of the vast reach of our consciousness and enlarges our view of the human experience.

Praise for The Light Between Us

“A brilliant milestone marking our passage toward comprehending the deeper truths of our existence.” —Eben Alexander, M.D., author of Proof of Heaven and The Map of Heaven

“I read The Light Between Us with great joy, savoring the wonderful stories and messages of hope. It is a book filled with wisdom and love, exploring the deep bonds that keep us eternally connected to our soul mates.” —Brian L. Weiss, M.D., author of Many Lives, Many Masters

“A spiritual game-changer . . . For those suffering a terrible loss, you will find peace and comfort in her story. For those who question the afterlife, you will become a believer.” —Laura Schroff, co-author of An Invisible Thread

“Straightforward, unassuming, and profoundly generous . . . Brave, honest, and beautiful, this book is a treasure.” —Mark Epstein, M.D., author of Going to Pieces Without Falling Apart

“One of the most insightful and inspiring books about mediumship I have ever read.” —Gary E. Schwartz, author of The Afterlife Experiments and The Sacred Promise

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“Having personally witnessed the reality of Laura Lynne Jackson’s mediumship abilities, I was elated to find that she was sharing her story through this marvelous book. Her personal story is beautifully wrought, weaving together the extreme challenge of the scientific proof of mediumship with the profound healing aspects of love and the overwhelming evidence for the eternity of our souls and their connections. As the world (including the scientific community) awakens to the far grander capabilities of the human spirit and the deep mysteries of consciousness as fundamental in the universe, this book will serve as a brilliant milestone, marking our passage toward comprehending the deeper truths of our existence.” —Eben Alexander, M.D., author of Proof of Heaven and The Map of Heaven
 
“This book will help countless people to heal grief, to let go of the fear of death and dying, and to better understand the spiritual realm. I read The Light Between Us with great joy, savoring the wonderful stories and messages of hope. It is a book filled with wisdom and love, exploring the deep bonds that keep us eternally connected to our soul mates. It is a book I highly recommend to all.” —Brian L. Weiss, M.D., author of Many Lives, Many Masters
 
“Compelling, riveting, and a spiritual game-changer . . . For those suffering a terrible loss, you will find peace and comfort in her story. For those who question the afterlife, you will become a believer.” —Laura Schroff, co-author of An Invisible Thread
 
“Straightforward, unassuming, and profoundly generous . . . The remarkable thing about this book is Jackson’s ability to turn her extraordinary gifts into a gift for us all. Brave, honest, and beautiful, this book is a treasure.” —Mark Epstein, M.D., author of Going to Pieces Without Falling Apart
 
“One of the most insightful and inspiring books about mediumship I have ever read . . . destined to become a classic.” —Gary E. Schwartz, author of The Afterlife Experiments and The Sacred Promise

About the Author

Laura Lynne Jackson is a high school English teacher and psychic medium who has been certified by the Windbridge Institute for Applied Research in Human Potential and the Forever Family Foundation. She lives on Long Island with her husband and their three children. This is her first book.

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1

Pop Pop

On a sunny Wednesday afternoon in August, when I was eleven years old, my sister, my brother, and I were splashing around in the three-foot-deep aboveground swimming pool in the backyard of our home on Long Island. There were only a handful of days left before the start of school, and we were trying to squeeze every last ounce of fun out of the summer. My mother came out to say she was going to see our grandparents in their home in Roslyn, about a fifty-minute drive away. For years I’d gone with her on trips to see my grandparents, and I’d always loved going. But as I got older other activities got in the way, so sometimes my mother would go by herself and leave us behind. On this beautiful summer day she knew she had no hope of getting any of us out of the pool.

“You kids have fun,” she called out to us. “I’ll be back in a few hours.” And that should have been that.

But then, all of a sudden, I panicked.

I felt it deep in my bones. Sheer, inexplicable, ice-cold panic. I shot straight up in the pool and screamed out to my mother.

“Wait!” I yelled. “I have to come with you!”

My mother laughed. “It’s okay, stay,” she said. “Enjoy yourself, it’s a beautiful day.”

But I was already paddling furiously to the edge of the pool, my brother and sister watching and wondering what was wrong with me.

“No!” I hollered. “I want to come with you! Please, please wait for me.”

“Laura, it’s okay. . . .”

“No, Mom, I have to come with you!”

My mother stopped laughing. “All right, calm down,” she said. “Come inside, get changed, I’ll wait.”

I ran inside dripping wet, threw on some clothes, dashed back out, and got in the car still half drenched, still utterly panicked. One hour later we pulled into my grandparents’ driveway, and I saw my grandfather—whom I called Pop Pop—waving at us from the back porch. Only then, when I got to see him and hug him, did the panic subside. I spent the next few hours on the porch with Pop Pop, talking, laughing, singing, and telling jokes. When it was time to go I gave him a kiss and a hug and I told him, “I love you.”

I never saw him alive again.

I didn’t know Pop Pop had been feeling weak and tired. The grown-ups would never tell me something like that. When I was with him that day he was his usual self—warm, funny, playful. He must have summoned all his strength to appear healthy to me. Three days after my visit, Pop Pop went to see his doctor. The doctor gave him the devastating news that he had leukemia.

Three weeks later, Pop Pop was gone.

When my mother sat my sister, my brother, and me on the couch and gently told us Pop Pop had passed, I felt a blitz of emotions. Shock. Confusion. Disbelief. Anger. Profound sadness. A deep, dreadful feeling of already missing him.

Worst of all, I felt a terrible, shattering sense of guilt.

The instant I learned my grandfather was gone, I understood precisely why I’d been in such a panic to see him. I had known he was going to die.

Of course, I couldn’t have really known. I didn’t even know he was sick. And yet, somehow, I did know it. Why else would I have demanded to see him?

But if I did know it, why hadn’t I articulated it—to Pop Pop, to my mother, or even to myself? I hadn’t had a clear thought or even an inkling that anything was wrong with my grandfather, and I hadn’t gone to visit him with any kind of understanding that it would be the last time I’d see him. All I had was a mysterious sense of knowing. I didn’t understand it at all, but it made me feel horribly uncomfortable, as if I were somehow complicit in Pop Pop’s passing. I felt like I had some connection to the cruel forces that had claimed his life, and that made me feel unimaginably guilty.

I started to think something must be seriously wrong with me. I’d never encountered anyone who could sense when someone was going to die, and now that it had happened to me, I couldn’t even begin to understand it. All I understood was that it was a horrible thing to know. I became convinced I wasn’t normal; I was cursed.

One week later, I had a dream.

In the dream I was all grown up and I was an actress. I was living in Australia. I was wearing a long, colorful, nineteenth-century dress, and I felt beautiful. All of a sudden I felt a staggering concern for my family—the same family I had in real life. In the dream I felt my chest seize and I collapsed to the floor. I was aware I was dying.

Yet I didn’t wake up—the dream kept going. I felt myself leave my physical body and become a free-floating consciousness, capable of observing everything around me. I saw my family gathered together around my body in the room where I’d fallen, all of them weeping. I was so upset to see them in such pain that I tried to call out to them. “Don’t worry, I am alive! Death doesn’t exist!” I said. But it was no use, because I didn’t have a voice anymore—they just couldn’t hear me. All I could do was project my thoughts to them. And then I began to drift away from them, like a helium balloon that someone let go of, and I floated way, way above them, into a darkness—a dense, peaceful darkness with beautiful, twinkling lights all around. I felt a strong feeling of calm and contentment wash over me.

And precisely at that moment, I saw an incredible sight.

I saw Pop Pop.

He was there, in the space just ahead of me, though not in his physical body but rather in spirit—a spirit that was beautifully, undeniably, entirely his. My consciousness instantly recognized his consciousness. He was a point of light, like a bright star in the dark night sky, but the light was powerful and magnetic, drawing me toward it, filling me with love. It was as if I was seeing Pop Pop’s true self—not his earthly body, but rather this greater, inner light that was truly him. I was seeing his soul energy. I understood that Pop Pop was safe, and that he was in a beautiful place filled with love. I understood he was home, and in that instant I also understood that this was the place that we all come from, the place we all belong. He had returned to the place he’d come from.

Realizing that this was Pop Pop and that he still existed in some way, I felt less sad. I felt great love, great comfort, and, in that moment of recognition, great happiness. And just before I was drawn all the way home with Pop Pop, I felt something closing around me and pulling me back.

Then I woke up.

I sat up in bed. My face was wet. I was crying. But I wasn’t sad. These were tears of joy. I was crying because I’d gotten to see Pop Pop!

I lay in bed and cried for a long time. I had been shown that dying doesn’t mean losing the people we love. I knew that Pop Pop was still present in my life. I was so thankful for my dream.

It was only years later—many years—that I gathered enough experience to understand what Pop Pop’s passing and the events surrounding it signified in my life.

What I had sensed in that swimming pool was the beginning of the voyage of Pop Pop’s soul to some other place. Because I loved him so much—because I was connected to him in such a powerful way—my soul could sense that his soul was about to go on a journey. And sensing that wasn’t a curse at all. It allowed me to spend that one, last magical afternoon with Pop Pop. If that wasn’t a gift, what is?

And the dream?

The dream convinced me of one thing—that Pop Pop wasn’t gone. He was just someplace else. But where? Where, exactly, was he?

I couldn’t answer that when I was eleven. But over time, I came to realize Pop Pop was on the Other Side

What do I mean by the Other Side?

I have this simple analogy to explain it. Think of your body as a car—new at first, then older, then really old. What happens to cars when they get really old? They get discarded.

But we, the humans, are not discarded with the cars. We move on. We keep going. We are greater than the car, and we were never defined by the car. We are defined by what we take with us once we leave the car behind. We outlast the car.

Everything in my experience tells me that we outlast our bodies. We move on. We keep going. We are bigger than our bodies. What defines us is what we take with us once we leave our bodies behind—our joys, our dreams, our loves, our consciousness.

We are not bodies with souls.

We are souls with bodies.

Our souls endure. Our consciousness endures. The energy that powers us endures. The Other Side, then, is the place our souls go when our bodies give out.

That raises a lot of questions. Is the Other Side a place? Is it a sphere? A realm? Is it material or spiritual? Is it a way station or a final destination? What does it look like? How does it feel? Is it full of golden clouds and pearly gates? Are there angels? Is God there? Is the Other Side heaven?

I came by my understanding of the Other Side slowly, and even today I’m sure I know only a small part of what there is to know about it. But we don’t need to fully envision or understand the Other Side in order to take great comfort from it. In fact, so many of us already believe our loved ones who’ve passed are still with us—in spirit, in our hearts, called back into our lives through memories. And that belief is endlessly nourishing.

The reality of what happens when our loved ones pass on, however, is infinitely more comforting than most people realize, because these departed souls are much closer than we think.

Here are the first two truths I learned through my gift:

1.Our souls endure and return to a place we call the Other Side, and

2.The Other Side is really very close.

How close? Try this—take an ordinary sheet of paper in your hand. Now hold it up in front of you, as if you’re reading from it. Notice how that sheet of paper becomes a border that neatly divides the space it inhabits. It may be sheer and flimsy, a few tiny pulp fibers strung together, but it’s still inarguably a border. In fact, as a border, it divides a great amount of molecules, atoms, and subatomic particles. When you hold it up in front of you, you and billions of things are on one side, and billions of other things—chairs and windows and cars and people and parks and mountains and oceans—are on the other.

And yet, from your side of the paper, you can see and hear and access the other side quite easily—in fact, some of your fingers are already there, holding the paper. The sides may be separate, but, practically speaking, they are one and the same. The other side of the paper is right there.

As you come across the term “Other Side” in this book keep that sheet of paper in mind. Ask yourself, What if the border between our earthly life and an afterlife is as thin and permeable as a single piece of paper?

What if the Other Side is right there?

2

The Girl in the Grocery Store

Long before the swimming pool incident, I was a strange little kid.

I was hyperactive and volatile. I had extreme reactions to ordinary things. “When Laura is happy, she is happier than any child I’ve ever seen,” my mother wrote in my baby book when I was one year old. “But when she’s sad, she is sadder than any child could ever be.”

Plenty of children are fidgety and energetic, but I had a motor inside me that was constantly churning, and I had no way to shut it off. My first week of first grade, my mother got a call from the school nurse.

“I’ll give you the good news first,” the nurse said. “We were able to stop the bleeding.”

I’d run into a ladder on the playground, cutting a bloody gash in my forehead. My mother took me to the doctor, who gave me seven stitches.

A week later I threw a nasty tantrum in my bedroom because my sister had been invited to a neighbor’s pool and I wasn’t. I knocked over the heavy, wooden bunk-bed ladder and it hit me on the back of the head. My mother took me back to the doctor, who gave me three more stitches and sat my mother down and asked her a lot of tough questions.

I was a tiny thing, undersized and stick-thin, a little blond moppet with bangs, but I could be a terror. My mother had to pin me down by an arm or a leg to get me dressed. If she let go of me for a second, I’d be gone. I constantly walked into things—doors, walls, mailboxes, parked cars. My mother would take her eyes off of me for a moment and the next thing she’d hear was a crash or a bonk. At first she’d hug me and comfort me, but after a while it became, “Oh, Laura Lynne walked into a wall again.”

I’d get upset at my older sister, Christine, and I’d stomp my feet and put my head down and charge at her like a bull. Either I’d crash into her and knock her over, or she’d jump out of the way and I’d go flying.

“Go to your room,” my mother would say to me, “and don’t come out until you can be human again.”

The worst punishment of all, though, was being told to sit still.

After I’d been particularly bad my mother would make me sit in a chair and not move. Not for an hour, or even ten minutes—my mother knew better than that. My punishment was to sit still for one minute.

And even that was way too long. I never made it.

We think of ourselves as solid, stable, physical beings. But we’re not.

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I thoroughly enjoyed reading The Light Between Us
Reviewed in the United States on November 11, 2015
I thoroughly enjoyed reading The Light Between Us: Stories from Heaven. Lessons for the Living. When I started reading it, I thought I was searching for proof of an afterlife. After a few chapters, I let the notion of scientific proof slide and allowed myself to become... See more
I thoroughly enjoyed reading The Light Between Us: Stories from Heaven. Lessons for the Living. When I started reading it, I thought I was searching for proof of an afterlife. After a few chapters, I let the notion of scientific proof slide and allowed myself to become emotionally reeled in by the love-filled stories in the book. I cried, I laughed, I held my breath and I felt empathy for those who have lost loved ones and for Ms. Jackson herself.
Though I enjoyed the whole book, I have two favorite chapters. In the first one, The Bonsai Tree, Ms. Jackson discusses the idea of free will versus predeterminism. She suggests that our lives include some of both. With regard to our direction in life, she says that the other side has shown her that, “If we honor our truths, our unique gifts, and our own light, we create a very beautiful picture indeed. And if we consistently do this, we find ourselves on our true path.”
In my second favorite chapter, Entanglement, Ms. Jackson discusses the idea that we never alone. She believes that we are constantly making connections that we don’t realize exist and that, in fact, we are all connected. To illustrate this, she tells a touching story of a generous young man named Kyle.
The book flows so well that it could easily be read in one or two sittings. I think that there is a lot to be gained by reading it at a slower pace and allowing oneself to more fully absorb the messages Ms. Jackson is offering to the reader. I’m looking forward to following Ms. Jackson’s story.
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You had me at entanglement.
Reviewed in the United States on November 3, 2015
I really enjoyed this book partly because she touches on what quantum physicists have proven - that consciousness never dies. Laura, and people like her, all happen to have bigger built-in antenna''s that allow them to easily pick up the ''frequency'' of the Other Side and... See more
I really enjoyed this book partly because she touches on what quantum physicists have proven - that consciousness never dies. Laura, and people like her, all happen to have bigger built-in antenna''s that allow them to easily pick up the ''frequency'' of the Other Side and then relay the messages to those of us who are still plugged in to "analog" channels. :-) I also enjoyed how she made it easy to empathize with her as she struggled to accept and work with her gift. I have a hard enough time dealing with the one chatterbox voice in my head - imagine trying to deal with dozens of voices blah-blahing in your ear at once! No wonder she thought she was crazy at times.
This is a gentle and thoughtful book but packs a punch after you finish it....because you''ll find yourself really thinking about who we are, why we''re here and where we''re going when we''re done.
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Informative and comforting.
Reviewed in the United States on October 13, 2015
Thoroughly enjoyable book. If you believe in this sort of thing, this book will reassure you, that our loved ones are right beside us. If you don’t at least maybe you won’t feel that this author is trying to manipulate people, but is trying to do this for the right... See more
Thoroughly enjoyable book. If you believe in this sort of thing, this book will reassure you, that our loved ones are right beside us. If you don’t at least maybe you won’t feel that this author is trying to manipulate people, but is trying to do this for the right reasons.

The book is very well written and easy to read. It tells the story of a woman who came to the role of psychic in some ways reluctantly. Growing up, she felt she had influences to her moods that she could not explain, as well as voices and visions. She thought she was going crazy. She never pursued this role, it pursued her. A few times she felt unsettled by it and backed off, shutting her sensitivity down and going on to study at Oxford and later becoming a teacher. There she also realized her empathetic nature enhanced her teaching. Ironically, she was well aware that her background as a psychic, could cause her to potentially lose her teaching job. Funny how this is not covered under religious differences. Do we let people go of other faiths, I think not. But, being a medium brings other biases to the fray.

The author went through rigorous testing and has been certified as a psychic. She wondered if her gift would work without knowing who and where the person was that she was reading for. Those are only our limitations, the other side apparently does not think this is an issue. I have read a number of books in this vein, and this is the most level-headed matter-of-fact one, written by a psychic, that I have seen. Unfortunately some of the new-agey ones, come across as charlatans and do more damage than help (I could name a few but won’t). I have also read books on the extensive testing as the scientific community has been trying to understand people with these gifts for years. It is as involved as any FDA drug test.

This was an easy to read and informative book and also very comforting. Over and over again, the author emphasized, the signs are all around us, we just have to keep our minds and senses open to this.
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Reviewed in the United States on December 2, 2015
I believe in the connectedness of all gods creation!
However there has to be millions of variations and versions of the Other side
And what our place in it is.
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A powerful message of love and hope.
Reviewed in the United States on November 3, 2015
The Light Between Us chronicles the author''s journey from childhood to self-realization as a psychic medium. While Laura Lynne Jackson became aware of her psychic abilities at an early age, and was encouraged by her family - and later, other psychics - to develop them, at... See more
The Light Between Us chronicles the author''s journey from childhood to self-realization as a psychic medium. While Laura Lynne Jackson became aware of her psychic abilities at an early age, and was encouraged by her family - and later, other psychics - to develop them, at times events would happen that would overwhelm her into retreat; the sudden and untimely death of a close childhood friend, of which she mistakenly thought she was supposed to prevent, and years later, being in the proximity of a plane crash and feeling the simultaneous terror of hundreds of people. A love for English literature and a knack for working with teenagers (thanks to her empathetic abilities) gave Jackson teaching to fall back on, and she happily settled into this fulfilling career while starting a family with her new husband.

However, the urge to help others with her psychic abilities prevailed, and as she continued to do so, she realized that she could communicate with her clients'' departed loved ones in the afterlife, or the Other Side, as Jackson refers to it. She learns that we are all connected to our loved ones through powerful, unbreakable cords of light, and that those on the Other Side remain by our sides, doing what they can to love us and guide us through our lives. Slowly, she gains confidence in her gifts, realizing her powers to help the bereaved, often paying special attention to parents who live with the pain of having lost a child. She is tested by scientists, who determine that her abilities are real. All of this goes on in secret from the faculty and students at the high school where she teaches, in fear that her work as a medium would be at the cost of her much-loved teaching position. When her secret finally comes out, she is met by her colleagues and students with acceptance and love.

This book is excellent and worthy of five stars for many reasons: First, Jackson''s writing style is clear and concise. The author studied at Oxford and has a degree in English Lit, and is a high school teacher, so basically...this is someone who really, really knows how to communicate in a way that is attention-grabbing and easy to understand, without dumbing anything down. Second, every reading that she recounts has the potential to resonate personally with the reader. If you''ve ever wondered where your loved ones are after they pass, if they are well, if they are watching you and sending love, and if they feel the love that you send out to them, this is by all means the book for you. Additionally, and very importantly, the author puts a face on a mystical and oft-misunderstood subject that is easy for just about anyone to relate to. This is not surprising, coming from someone who has tapped into the collective consciousness to such a high degree. Many people claim to be psychic, but Laura Lynne Jackson is one who is the real thing, backing up her abilities with proven science. Best of all, she believes (and I agree) that we all have a little bit of psychic in us - we just have to be open to it! She offers a few tips, and the first time that I asked for a sign from the Other Side, I got one within hours. This book affirms everything that I have come to believe over the years about life and death.

In a world that currently seems very harsh and bleak on the surface, The Light Between Us will bring the reader a feeling of great hope for humanity. Knowing that there is a place of love and light, full of our loved ones who are rooting for us to be our truest and best possible selves is a great comfort indeed. There are lessons in here for both the believer and the skeptic. Read it, and your very consciousness just might make a change for the much better.
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Jane Modoono
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Filled with lessons for us to reflect on...
Reviewed in the United States on October 31, 2015
Beautifully written account of Laura Lynn''s courageous journey as a psychic medium. Contains an important inspirational message about how to be our best selves...
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Worth reading
Reviewed in the United States on January 16, 2016
This book will give you an entirely different outlook on death. I would recommend it to everyone.
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Excellent read!
Reviewed in the United States on November 24, 2015
Well written and easy to follow. Answers many questions readers may have. Could be clarification for those with open minds.
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Beautiful
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on September 14, 2019
Loved it. It is a genuine and honest testimonial and it convinced of the reality of Other Side. I was a longtime skeptic but this book and the way and the timing it came to me changed my view. Thank you Laura Lynn
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Jacqueline C.
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Wow just wow
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on June 27, 2019
I was recommended this book last year by a colleague...... we had the same Myers Briggs Report! This book has made me laugh, made me cry and make me think. Over the last 20 years I have lost all my nearest and dearest and have just my children and grandchildren left...See more
I was recommended this book last year by a colleague...... we had the same Myers Briggs Report! This book has made me laugh, made me cry and make me think. Over the last 20 years I have lost all my nearest and dearest and have just my children and grandchildren left .....this has made me believe that maybe they aren''t so far away after all ......thank you
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Carly
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This book is for anyone that has lost someone they love
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on January 19, 2021
I love this book. It really helps you realise that the ones we love are never far from us. Me and my friends pass around books we know will cause a shift in our consciousness and this book is one of them. After reading this book i had a massive shift in my psychic abilities...See more
I love this book. It really helps you realise that the ones we love are never far from us. Me and my friends pass around books we know will cause a shift in our consciousness and this book is one of them. After reading this book i had a massive shift in my psychic abilities and awareness. The stories are heartfelt and had me in tears towards the end. I finished it in two days i couldn''t put it down. Loved this book and what it represents thank you Laura.
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Ms E Coburn
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Read it if you lost someone you loved.
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on October 17, 2019
This book was recommended to me by my practitioner after I lost my husband. It helped me dramatically. I now know the life extends beyond what we were tought.
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Cheryl P
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Something Special
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on January 14, 2016
Saw this book advertised & was curious to know more after reading about Laura online. Thoroughly enjoyed her journey to where she is now & to know her work is helping so many people. I lost my grandson to a genetic illness at three weeks old & even before reading this book...See more
Saw this book advertised & was curious to know more after reading about Laura online. Thoroughly enjoyed her journey to where she is now & to know her work is helping so many people. I lost my grandson to a genetic illness at three weeks old & even before reading this book realized he was in the better place & will be waiting for us & that is a comforting thought. Loss is different for everyone & this book is just about an ordinary girl who''s life has been given a very special journey & will comfort many who read it. Very uplifting & I will probably pick it up again one day to read again :)
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