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Esteban's Ascension: A True Story of After Death Communication
     

Esteban's Ascension: A True Story of After Death Communication

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by Carolyn Cobelo
 

This true spiritual adventure tells the story of spiritual teacher Carolyn Cobelo's communication with her husband's spirit just after he died and her subsequent reunion with him on the Other Side. Inspired by the work of transpersonal psychology pioneers, such as Raymond Moody, Carolyn offers readers a guide to discovering the world of ESP, spiritual telepathy and

Overview

This true spiritual adventure tells the story of spiritual teacher Carolyn Cobelo's communication with her husband's spirit just after he died and her subsequent reunion with him on the Other Side. Inspired by the work of transpersonal psychology pioneers, such as Raymond Moody, Carolyn offers readers a guide to discovering the world of ESP, spiritual telepathy and after death communication.

Product Details

BN ID:
2940000819319
Publisher:
Carolyn Cobelo
Publication date:
01/26/2010
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
175 KB

Meet the Author

Healer, artist, filmmaker,and spiritual teacher, Carolyn Ewing Cobelo brings to us her wisdom and personal experience about life after death, healing the soul, the power of sacred space, sacred travel, soul evolution and soul love relationships. She is the founder and president of Akasha Entertainment, a multi-media production company which is devoted to creating spiritual books, CDs, films, and DVDS that uplift human consciousness and facilitate our passage through these turbulent global changes. This ebook is about Carolyn's own experience of her communication with the spirit of her husband just after he died in a car accident.

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Esteban's Ascension: A True Story of After Death Communication 2.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 34 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I sympathize with the grief of the author in losing her loved one, and the continued connection she feels with him. All good! However, it would have made a very nice short article, perhaps 3-5 pages. All the rest is interesting to the author, but not the reader, i.e. the word-for-word messages she tells him; the word-for-word funeral program, etc., on and on. I think writing everything down is a great way to help work through the terrible pain of losing a loved one; and the realization that there is still that special connection certainly is healing and comforting. A wonderful gift! But not for a 79-page ebook.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I reccomend this.
booky852 More than 1 year ago
I didn't love this short story. While it was a touching account of the days after a woman unexpectedly loses her husband in an accident, I didn't really feel like it was about after death communication at all.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
A must read for anyone mourning a loved one. I cant wait to read more of the authors work.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Take what you like and leave the rest. If only one thing touches you it is well worth the read.
TravelinT More than 1 year ago
It only strengthened my belief in an afterlife... Plus loved reading of the author's experience of grief...grief is such a hard emotion to go through...it's times like that when we know why God gave us a few good friends... I really appreciated that this book was free...
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Don't waste your time with this one.
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LisaB67 More than 1 year ago
I did not like this book at all. I was weird and I couldn't stand to read anymore of it. I actually deleted it from my library.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Helped me to continue to understand my own spiritual journey
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This book was not a good read. Other books like Always Karen, really gave a good account of communication from the other side.
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