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We Are Their Heaven: Why the Dead Never Leave Us Paperback – January 2, 2007
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About the Author
Allison Dubois's unique story, the inspiration for the hit NBC TV series Medium, started during her senior year at Arizona State University while she was interning at the D.A.'s office. Soon after, researchers at the University of Arizona validated her ability through a series of tests. Allison continues to support research as a medium, as a member of the Veritas Research Program Mediums Committee, and as a member of the Forever Family Foundation's Medium Advisory Board. In her short career, Allison has conducted over 1,200 personal readings. Allison donates her time to missing-persons and criminal cases for agencies across the country.
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The important parts: I met a medium in a chance encounter about a year ago. She doesn't do readings for a fee. In fact, she doesn't do many readings, but like Allison DuBois, she always knew she was a medium. She prepared me for this book.
Like Allison, she says the life we enter when we leave this physical one is filled with light and love. Really bad, mean people find themselves in an environment they did not expect, and the kind, good people are there too. It's pretty simple. Allison did not deal well with the question of whether there are mean and angry spirits. Such spirits are outside of my friend's experience.
The spirit world remains a mystery. Do spirits remain here forever? They remain her at least as long as there are people who miss them and love them, according to Allison. Okay, I'll go with that. Can spirits make new acquaintances? Yes, according to my friend.
So this book is well worth your reading effort. Allison will inspire you to be kind, even in your skepticism. She acknowledges the importance of skepticism, but kindness always comes first. No one convinced me of this better than Allison.
I guess you can tell I'm a believer in the spirit realm that Allison describes. Yes, that's true. My only criticism of this book is that Allison spends too much time being defensive and trying to argue off skeptics. I wish she'd had one single chapter or maybe even an appendix that covered the studies of her abilities and the reasons she could not know the things she does apart from the help of spirits.
So with that caveat, I'll enthusiastically recommend this book. 'Nuff said.
I will not go into details however the details and events are too close to my own experiences to be call coincidences.
I believe this book is worth your time to read and think about.