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Messages: Signs, Visits, and Premonitions from Loved Ones Lost on 9/11 Hardcover – June 8, 2010

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Bonnie McEneany has created an amazing piece of work validating that the love bonds created by our loved ones on earth never die, but continue on. Through moving stories, insights and incredible spirit messages, she takes you on a journey of love, in which your soul will forever be transformed. (James Van PraaghSpiritual Medium/Author of UNFINISHED BUSINESSJames Van PraaghSpiritual Medium/Author of UNFINISHED BUSINESSJames Van Praagh, Spiritual Medium/Author of Unfinished Business)

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When Bonnie McEneaney's husband, Eamon, died in the attacks on the World Trade Center, she thought she had lost him forever. And then something unexpected happened that would shake her to the core and reassure her that her husband was still with her. As Bonnie reveals in this groundbreaking book, she began to have experiences that convinced her that her husband, in spirit, was sending her signs, indeed messages, that he was still present and watching over his family.

A mother and former business executive, Bonnie was always the rational one, and quite skeptical of the spiritual world and all that it represents, but after talking to a number of other families and friends of loved ones lost on 9/11, she realized she was not alone.

Numerous others connected to the tragedy—from financial executives to stay-at-home moms—described their own experiences: premonitions, signs, dreams, visitations, and communications through mediums and psychics. Bonnie began recording their compelling stories in a groundbreaking four-year-long project, illuminating the power of love and the unbreakable bond love creates.

Now, in Messages, she shares these miraculous spiritual stories while weaving in her own heartfelt message of comfort and hope for all those who are searching for their own deeper connections, proving that love and relationships can continue after death.

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Product Details

  • Hardcover: 272 pages
  • Publisher: William Morrow; First Edition edition (June 8, 2010)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0061974072
  • ISBN-13: 978-0061974076
  • Product Dimensions: 6 x 0.9 x 9 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 15.2 ounces
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (136 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #753,238 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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By Patricia R. Andersen VINE VOICE on April 25, 2010
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Before I start to review this book, I have to tell you I have had a few "weird" signs of my one. I have had some premonitions and some dreams that were in the "yeah right" description. Nothing about September 11, 2001. (Actually, I do know someone who did and he had absolutely no connection with anybody involved in the September 11 murders.) So I want you to understand that I do believe in this kind of thing so you know where I'm coming from.
Bonnie McEeaney is the widow of one of the many people killed that day. Her husband, Eamon McEeaney, had some strange premonitions prior to the tragedy that it was going to happen. Not in the way he could pinpoint it - he just had a feeling that he was not going to live to see a wedding that was being held in December 2001. He wasn't ill, he was a healthy active man. And despite his foreboding, he went off to work at the World Trade Center on that fateful day and never came back.
After he died, Bonnie McEeaney began to ponder what he had said. She found out that other people that had lost loved ones on September 11 had some of the same sort of experiences - the sense of impending loss, dreams and signs about September 11.
She also found out something else. Many of these people had contact with their loved ones after their death. M's McEeaney began to do a little bit of research into this strange realization.
The book has many accounts from the people left behind on September 11. Some had the premonitions, sometimes their loved one did. As you might expect, some are very religious - but then there are those who don't identify with any particular faith.This makes for very interesting accounts of what happened to these people.
The stories are also heartbreaking. So many lives lost, so much sorrow and pain.
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Like millions of others around the world, I remember the day the entire planet stood still and watched with horror, sadness and grief as the towers fell. I remember thinking of how awful it must have been for the people trapped inside and even though I had no connection with those in peril, I still shed a river of tears for the tragic loss of life that day. To this day, they have still been nameless, faceless people... Until I read this book.

I never actually sat down and thought about the lives that were so abruptly cut short that day. Husbands, wives, mothers, children, fathers and brothers all gone in the blink of an eye. 'Messages' isn't a detailed look into a handful of lost lives but it gives you a glimpse of who they were and who loved them and mostly, how that love can often cross any boundary, even the one created by death. I was deeply engrossed and humbled by this book and I often found myself wondering about signs I might have missed.

I think the thing I liked most about this book was that while it had significant religious undertones, it wasn't all about God or Christianity. It was accepting of almost all religions and the need to talk to "your God".
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I was in the middle of another book when I got this one. I decided to crack it open and 'just take a peek'. Ha! My other book was left to the wayside as Messages became my 'go to' book every night.

The book is about Bonnie McEneaney's personal paranormal experiences after losing her husband in the 9/11 tragedy. She also includes many other people's visitation experiences.

The author is a very talented writer. She has really done a great job putting together different families stories, and even included photos. I loved the background information and the pictures of the families.

My favorite thing in the book was an untitled poem with Love is light, Light is love... WOW.

You won't regret reading this book. It can be truly life altering when you remind yourself that we've all got people looking out for us, even if we can't see them.
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At first I thought this would be yet another painful retelling of story after story of death and grief that events on Sept. 11 brought about. I was not up to watching the grief-stricken relive their fear and devastation on paper. Events happened, I mourned, let's move on. A person can only take so much sorrow. But, wait! There is no moving on from a reality that uplifts. Instead, it deepens you and broadens your life.

I discovered that "Messages" had the ability to change me, to make me a smarter, more aware person. It will do the same for you, along with expanding your compassion should you need that task done. This book inadvertantly shows you that you are more than just flesh and bones, that your analytical mind is not the only one you have, that there is a loving "Oneness" that excels in communication if you only take the time to listen.

You have probably heard the phrase, "We are all connected." Specific examples of that idea are nice to come across rather than letting one's imagination wave about in the wind. "Messages" is the simple, well-written book that does exactly that: you get marvelous and moving tales of always perfect hindsight of fore-knowledge, along with outright precognition. Don't tell me you have never realized after something bad happened that you had a "feeling" about it! This happens to us all. We would pay better attention, but that kind of ability is not well-regarded in our left-brain society. It is good to be reminded that we can and do know things that will happen in our lives. It strengthens our connection to our intuition and gives us felt guidelines so we can tell the real from those things we merely fear will happen.
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