It’s about believing in our loved ones’ love for us, and that they have transitioned to help us and to teach us about being more in our hearts.
Yorba Linda, Calif. (PRWEB) July 25, 2012
“Joy is for the living,” says Bethany-Elizabeth Faye Hansen, author of the new book “Frosty My Spirit Guide: How Changing Our Perceptions of Death Can Bring Us More Love, Joy, Happiness and Life!” (published by Balboa Press). “And transitioning into spirit is euphoric with joy.”
In Frosty My Spirit Guide readers are taught how to connect with those loved ones’ who have journeyed into spirit.
“It’s about realizing that we are still connected and always can be,” says Hansen. “It’s about believing in our loved ones’ love for us, and that they have transitioned to help us and to teach us about being more in our hearts.”
"The key," she says, "is simply to listen. All we have to do is stop – just stop, and listen, using our hearts instead of our minds."
“This book is relevant in today’s society because it validates what all of us already know, but are afraid to admit – that are loved ones are still here.”
About the Author
Bethany-Elizabeth Faye Hansen practices private intuitive readings, works with families whose loved ones have transitioned into spirit, and agencies to recover missing persons. Her desire for a deeper connection to God, the angels and her own personal growth, evolved into becoming a licensed Heal Your Life teacher. She lives in southern California. For more information, visit http://www.FrostyMySpiritGuide.com.
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