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This book sucks. I have ppd and anxiety and I really could have done with some trigger warnings here. Now I’m going to bed thinking about the billions of ways my loved ones might die. Cause this book is basically just filled with sad and depressing stories of people’s kids dying or loved ones dying and them getting signs from them after. Thought the book would teach me how to connect with the universe, not leave me crying before bed. Wish I never read it and had to stop half way through cause it’s just depressing. What a horrible book.
I bought this book because the description led me to believe this was somewhat ground-breaking & that the author would outline how to improve one's ability to notice, receive h interpret spiritual encounters. This book was nothing new at all. It is just a series of stories about what people have experienced. Bah.
Just a boring repetitive book with far too many stories and no teachable moments. I bought the book because Dr. Brian Weiss endorsed it. I'm a big fan of Dr. Weiss, but very disappointed that he would endorse this prosaic compilation of tales.
Complete hogwash. I have no clue why these reviews are so positive. I thought the book was more about symbolism but the stories are about spirits allegedly communicating to us via "signs" and by seeing animals. Returned the book for a refund.
Fictional story after another. Didn't believe e it. Total waste of money. If you ask a loved one to show you lemons, you will be looking for lemons everywhere. You will be noticing lemons or the color of lemons around you. They would have been there anyway.....even if you asked for elephants .