Passing Through Time
Jason was a strong, fit and healthy young man with everything to look forward to in life. His death of a heart attack at 29 years of age was a sudden shock to his loved ones. It was a short time later that he started to communicate with his sister Nicole. Jason explains to his sister what he saw when he died, or as he calls it “Passing through Time”. Jason describes the feelings of overwhelming peace and love that you experience when you pass through time, as well as what others experience (children, car accident victims, etc,.)Jason also speaks about how we can naturally heal the human body through positive affirmation and meditation, Angels, Forgiveness, the energy of God, and the energy of pure Love that is available to us all.
From the Author: Jason was strong, fit and healthy. His death at age 29 of a heart attack on 20th December, 1998, came as a sudden shock to myself, my parents and his fiance (just engaged the day he died). Through remembrance of his love for us all and mine for him, we began speaking to each other shortly after his death.
We have had an overwhelming response to the book. Many people have contacted me personally to tell me about the way that “Passing through Time” changed their lives, just in the first few pages. After reading the book, people now know that their loved ones, that have passed before them, are safe and happy. That they did not experience fear or pain, just an emmense feeling of love. The book has helped thousands of people understand the energy of ‘death’. Jason’s and my only wish is for all of us not to fear ‘death’ or have fears for the loved ones that have passed ‘before’ us, but to remember and reconnect with each other through the love we share.
A lot of questions one might pose to God, or what we as mortal humans have perhaps considered inwardly, quietly to ourselves, Nicole openly asks her brother Jason, who has passed away in the prime of his life, he tells Nicole his own personal spiritual life experiences from ‘the other side’. Nicole shows no fear in communicating with Jason, I would be a little uncomfortable in the same situation. However, she is perfectly comfortable sensing Jason’s presence.
I love that Jason indicates to Nicole that life is the ‘illusion’, and death a kind of ‘reality’. Regardless whether or not you believe in life after death, it’s an interesting take on the philosphy of life.
Nicole cleverly interspersed the stark reality of Jasons sudden death via short takes from her Mum’s diary. A humbling reminder of the other side of death, that whilst Jason is happy and content, those left behind are struggling. An enlightning read. Comforting and reassuring, no matter which side of the fence you sit on regarding your own personal beliefs on the big question, does life after death exist?