Well, after two years of intense work, my new book is ready for sale at Amazon and many other online outlets. Could Anthony Newley Be My Muse? (Or His Story Never Ends) – Forging a Creative Bond with the Dead tells the tale of how someone who wasn’t born with mediumistic abilities, through trial and error and years of spiritual study, suddenly connects with her childhood idol, now deceased. Actor, singer, composer, lyricist, screenplay writer, director and pantomimist Anthony Newley was my inspiration to pursue a career in theater. I never had the honor of working with him or even meeting him but apparently that was part of the plan. A plan, or contract, we made in the life between lives. Now it is coming to fruition in the elder years of my life.
We talk on many subjects – theater of course, music
and harmony of the universe, dimensional change, parallel lives, love, loss,
regret, grace, the relationship with one’s muse and what one may encounter
after death. As we talked, other things began to develop. We discovered more
ways that the living can serve the dead. You’ll learn about something we
discovered that we call “blending” which ultimately allowed Tony to experience his
blue plaque ceremony (a tremendous honor in the UK) on the 20th
anniversary of his death and a musical extravaganza of his hugely popular songs
( What Kind of Fool Am I? Who Can I Turn To?, The Candy Man, Goldfinger just
for starters) performed by some of the best talents Broadway and the West End
has to offer in London on April 14, 2019.
I hope you willbuy a copy, either paperback or eBook. And if you do, I hope it informs and entertains. We were both entertainers after all. If it touches you in a positive way, please write a review on Amazon. I learned that books purchased on Amazon and then reviewed on Amazon get the “verified purchase” designation which Amazon weights more heavily when determining rankings. I’m forcing myself to do my best to “launch” this book and things like that matter.
So please, click the link, go to Amazon, andpurchase my book. For a very limited, time the kindle version is priced at $.99. And thank you from the bottom of my heart for your support and patience through this entire journey…starting back in January 2016, stumbling my way to finally cross the bridge between the so-called living and the so-called dead and share with you my discoveries.
Perfect for this time of the thinning of the veils.
While the idea of the life review occurring in reverse order is something I’ve only encountered with Rudolf Steiner, the theory that we feel how our words and actions affect the “other” seems fairly universal. Something to really think about.
The first draft of my upcoming book, now actually a two-volume set, is nearing completion. Thank you for your patience as the process continues to unfold.
When, after death, we go through our previous earthly life in reverse order, we feel the effects which our actions, will impulses, and thoughts had on other people as well as other creatures. During that period, we do not feel what we have personally felt while in the physical body, but what we have caused other souls and other entities to feel.
Source (German): Rudolf Steiner – GA 174b – Die geistigen Hintergründe des Ersten Weltkrieges –Dornach, March 15, 1916 (page 166)
My friend and mentor, Dr. Raymond Moody, is often referred to as the grandfather of the modern near-death experience. For over 50 years he has researched near-death, shared death and after-death experiences. As a doctor of philosophy, he studied and taught the great works of Plato, Socrates, Aristotle and countless other ancient Greek philosophers. He is a true classical skeptic – steadfastly refusing to come to conclusions but opening up his peripheral vision believing the journey is far more important than reaching any conclusion. Until now. Now after 50 years of diligent and meticulous research and study, he is offering a free live online webinar entitled, “I’m Convinced,”where he will lay out his logical, rational conclusion for the survival of consciousness after death.
Certain experiences I’ve had convinced me of “life after death” some time ago, had led me to believe the current definition of death is flawed. But I am not the genius Dr. Moody is. For him to not only come to this conclusion but to share it freely now is…monumental. And you can watch it for free Tuesday, October 30 at 7pm EST. All you need to do is register.
My new book will speak to what I am learning of ways we can assist the so-called dead in their intense longing to remove anything that impedes the soul’s growth during Kamaloka. Truly, my friends, we are all in this together.
I thus realise all the effects of my deeds and thereby absorb the force to wipe them away. And during this time in Kamaloka — which lasts a third of the earth-life — I absorb all the forces which may be expressed as an intense longing in the now disembodied soul, to remove everything which destroys perfection by retarding the soul’s evolution.
If you ponder over this you will see that man himself makes his own Karma, that is, that he has in himself the wish to become such that everything undesirable may be wiped out. Thus is Karma prepared, during this particular time. We incorporate into our souls the force which we must take up between death and rebirth, in order to bring about in the next incarnation that configuration of our life which we are able to regard as the right one. This is how Karma is created…
If you have lived here between birth and death with many hundreds of men, these men have experienced something through you. But here in physical life you cannot feel that which those others felt and experienced through you, you only experience what they make you go through. After death this is reversed, and it is essential that we should experience everything in this review which others have suffered through us. Thus we undergo the effects of the last earth existence, and the task of these years really lies in our experiencing them.
Now, while we are undergoing these effects, the experience is transformed in us into forces, and it happens in the following manner: Suppose I have offended a man, who has thereby suffered bitterly. During Kamaloka I now experience this bitterness myself. I go through it as my own experience. And while I now experience it, it makes good…
Just as here on Earth we have the summer air around us giving warmth and life, and as we have the cold and frosty winter air around us, so, after death, we are surrounded by an atmosphere of soul-and-spirit that is warm and life-giving in so far as it is produced through our good feelings, and chilling in so far as it is produced through our evil feelings.
Here on Earth, in certain regions at least, the summer and winter temperatures are the same for all of us. In the time after death, each human being has his own atmosphere, engendered by himself. And the most moving experiences after death are connected with the fact that one man lives in icy cold and the other, close beside him, in life-giving warmth.