New Book Available Now

The culmination of the last three years’ work is available at Amazon now. Every post I’ve written and shared with you here at the Community of Spirits led to this very surprising encounter. One I hope to share with you in this book. I’ll be using this forum to entertain your questions and comments unless or until I find a better platform.

For a very limited time, you can purchase the Kindle version for $.99. My way of thanking you for coming along with me on this adventure in consciousness. Please let me know what you think. Let’s get the conversation going!

Could Anthony Newley Be My Muse? (Or His Story Never Ends) Forging A Creative Bond with the Dead

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 will buy 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.

Anyway…It is my intention to use this blog as space for Could Anthony Newley Be My Muse? (Or His Story Never Ends) – Forging a Creative Bond with the Deadto live. For you to ask questions or make comments on the work. There’s much more I can add as we go along.

So please, click the link, go to Amazon, and purchase 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.

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But I Raise My Glass

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Today, April 14, 2018 marks the 19th anniversary of the death of Anthony Newley. As I write this, friends and fans of Tony gather in London to lift a glass celebrating his life. He was a truly unique talent – creator of musicals both for the West End and Broadway, songwriter, singer, actor, director and mime. He inspired so many young performers and writers. He inspires me.

Even with all my work and study with the dying and now the dead, I feel certain that consciousness survives death, I miss him. He died too young, robbing his family of a loving father, his friends of “someone who made you feel like the most important person in the world,” and his fans of so many more magical stories and songs he would have created. We all die with unrealized potential. He died with universes left to unfold.

The soul that was Tony Newley continues but we are no longer be able to “Look at that Face.”[1] See his hands sing. Hear that unique voice and wicked laugh. Feel the embrace his friends describe as “engulfing, the biggest bear hug in the world.” Those are gone forever.

But not Tony. Not the spirit who endured an early life of despair and privation, not only endured but then soared to the very heights of the entertainment world. And back down again. That complex and charismatic spirit discovered nineteen years ago that what we call death needs redefining. It is not annihilation as those trapped in materialism argue. It is transcendence to a different frequency, a different dimension no less real than this one, for the “real world is really unreal.”[2]

It is okay that we miss the dead but we should never dismiss them. Nor should we bind them with intense sorrow. For someone we love, it is the least we can do. So today, I raise my glass from this side of the pond, joining those who celebrate his life. And then…I continue to build the bridge where we shall meet and share and create…together. Tony built a mountain. [3] I’ll build a bridge.

[1] Song from “The Roar of the Greasepaint, The Smell of the Crowd”

[2] From the song “This Dream” from “The Roar of the Greasepaint, The Smell of the Crowd”

[3] “Gonna Build a Mountain” from the musical “Stop the World, I Want to Get Off”