Love Beyond Life  

Tuesday, 10 March 2009

After losing my son Aaron I guess I had a need for answers, some sort of affirmation that it didn’t all end with our last breath. But even before that, I have always had a great interest in this type of information and have read dozens of books on the subjects of life after death and after death contact. They’ve ranged from feel good to scientific to wacky, with some truly imaginative theories offered for various experiences.

‘Love beyond life’ is a thoughtful piece of research for anyone wishing to explain a specific experience or just out of curiosity. I like the organisation of the work and the handling of the material. This book presents descriptions of the many experiences that people can have after the passing of a loved one. If you've lost a loved one and are wondering if that "weird" thing that happened to you means you've also lost your mind, you will be comforted to find that you are not only sane, but have lots of company in experiencing the Love Beyond Life of loved ones who have died. If you have not lost a loved one but are searching for answers; this book is also for you. It will make you examine what you already believe and explore new areas of thought.

Definitely worth a read.

I definitely got some piece of mind, I read ‘The Day I Died’ before this, and felt that there was some undeniable and beautiful experiences in that, but this book really depicted that feeling of love living beyond the physical.


Take care

sal xxxx

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5 comments: to “ Love Beyond Life

  • BoufMom9
    11 March 2009 at 03:09  

    Thank you for posting this. I truly think this might help my friend Jess.
    I think she is searching for a lot of answers since tuesday passed and maybe this will help....

  • Cozyflier
    11 March 2009 at 04:37  

    Sally, thanks for the information, I'm sure it will come in handy. I'm sorry for your loss.

    I'm new to your site, if you don't mind my asking, what happened to your son?

  • Sally's World
    11 March 2009 at 07:08  

    Hi cozyflier. Aaron was diagnosed with a muscle wasting condition when he was seven (it was a mitochondrial myopathy, which comes under the muscular dystrophy umbrella as it were), he was born with special needs and a rare syndrome, but that was separate.

    the doctors gave him six months...but my baby boy had my determined/stubborn streak, and he had seven years...it was a roller coaster, a complete adventure, and we made sure that every day counted.

    we swam with dolphins, we absieled, went to lapland to meet santa, rock clibing, white water rafting...wheelchairs don't stop you doing that stuff right????

    Aaron passed away 3 years ago last thursday now, and he is missed every minute...but i have no regrets and wouldn't change a thing.

  • Our Family
    11 March 2009 at 15:42  

    Thank you for the book title...we actually lost a son to still born before our daughter was born and it left a hole in my heart. Very good title I will probably read this book...I am sorry for your loss. I read a great quote today thought I would share, "Life is not measured by the number of breaths we take, but by the moments that take our breath away."

  • America's Next Top Mommy
    11 March 2009 at 17:54  

    I will definitely check this out! After losing both of my parents in such a short period of time, I sometimes feel overwhelmed with grief. Thanks for posting!

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