Hello from Heaven: A New Field of Research-After-Death Communication Confirms That Life and Love Are Eternal Mass Market Paperback – Mar 3 1997
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Bill Guggenheim and Judy Guggenheim interviewed more than 2,000 people to find firsthand accounts that met their strict criteria for spontaneous after-death communication (ADC). Hello from Heaven! is a trove of this firsthand data, but the Guggenheims' interpretations of it are what reveal the impact that such radical experiences have on the living. It's a scientific look at ADC for the curious or the skeptic and an inspirational work for anyone seeking comfort in the wake of a loved one's departure. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
About the Author
Bill Guggenheim has been conducting After-Death Communication (ADC) research since 1988, and is the coauthor, with Judy Guggenheim, of Hello from Heaven!.
Judy Guggenheim has been conducting After-Death-Communication (ADC) research since 1988, and is the coauthor, with Bill Guggenheim, of Hello from Heaven!.
Kevin Foley has over thirty years' experience in radio and television broadcasting, commercial voice-overs, and audiobook narration. He has recorded over one hundred and fifty audiobooks. --This text refers to the Audio CD edition.
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The only gift that I give since having discovered "Hello From Heaven!" is a copy of this book. It is warm, compassionate, and crosses virtually all religious lines.
Right now I am at Amazon.com ordering another ten copies for future use.
Do our deceased relatives need special permission to contact us? And permission from whom? ADCs reveal that deceased loved ones are extremely happy, radiate light, appear younger and healthy and have a new awareness. Do they know the truth about all things?
In the future, as we learn more about ADCs, will we be able to communicate with our deceased loved ones at will? And what kind of advice could they give us?
A very interesting subject that needs further discussion and exploring. There is still so much unknown about the spiritual universe.
My next book by Elisabeth Kubler-Ross and David Kessler called "Life Lessons" will be about a related topic.
Was it a violation of my Christian faith to want our mother/daughter relationship to continue? Can death separate us from love?
A friend told me, "when a loved on passes on, our relationship with them does not end. It just changes. It's like your kids. When they leave babyhood, they're forever changed and the way you relate to them is forever changed, but the new relationship grows out of the old relationship."
That idea - of "changing relationships" brought me immeasurable comfort. This book speaks to that idea. Communication (communing) with those we love who have left this earth does not end - it just changes. We think and talk to them with our heart. Love is the connection and the connector and love never ends. All the space and time in the world can never stop love from going where it needs to go and doing what needs to be done.
"Hello from Heaven" is just proof that good relationships cannot be terminated - but we have to change and grow into the new methods of communication.
That's what I got out of this book. I enjoyed it. And after reading it, I was comforted and found some peace and relief from the deep grief that had plagued me.
Secondly, in the last few decades, our progress in material things (technology, industry and electronics) has been swift and impressive. Why shouldn't our progress in spiritual concepts be just as swift? Shouldn't it be natural and progressive to learn new languages of love? Languages that supercede our tiny, limited mortal views? Languages that supercede this sliver of experience that we call "our time on earth"?
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Interesting and historical in the development of seekers' attempts to research this fascinating subject. Read morePublished 7 months ago by J M
I have read this book twice now and it was every bit as good the second time . Well written and very comforting .Published on Jan. 15 2014 by Linda Fodor
I would recommend this book to everyone who lost a loved one and who experienced “some things” you would not believe unless you have experienced.Published on Sept. 9 2013 by Eva
He gets right to the subject and writes in a way in which we all can understand, even after a long day's work. Thank You!Published on Sept. 2 2013 by chris
I loved the candid way of the authors and their zeal for finding stories that reflect stories we might have shared with people we trust. Read morePublished on April 10 2013 by Jacinthe McPartland
There are many people out there that need to read a book like this. I already have a belief but have several friends that are total disbelievers. Read morePublished on Jan. 18 2013 by Cheryl