This book explains what happens when a child dies. The child is immediately surrounded by Angels and resides in the first stage of Heaven called Transition. The child is only there briefly, but must be comforted and accustomed to this newness. The Love and Light are radiant, and the child is filled with awe and wonderment. Heaven Held is a dialogue between the author and her departed son who is a Light Being Guide. The author asks him questions and her son describes the place where he loves to work.
Suzanne Gene Courtney writes from the heart. For the past twenty years, she has grown in her life experiences from tragedy to understanding, from hope to joy, and now offers in this, her sixth book, a view of Heaven through her departed son's eyes. Through extensive training and practice in automatic writing, discernment, and validation, Suzanne connects to her Angels, Guides, and Ascended Masters.
For those who have lost a child, Heaven Held provides great comfort and peace in knowing what the first stage of Heaven offers their little ones. This book gives readers a glimpse of Heavenly beauties and possibilities as it reassures bereaved parents about the vastness and depth of God's love for their child.
In her pursuit of spiritual growth and soul awareness, Suzanne continues to learn from her dear friend and mentor, Alyssa Malehorn, who is a Spiritual Healer, Psychic Medium, and Reiki Master Teacher in Austin, Texas.
Retired from teaching in Michigan, Suzanne now resides in Austin, where she practices Reiki and Crystal Healing on clients. She loves spending time with her children and grandchildren, and continues to draw, paint, write, and attend workshops and seminars.
Publisher’s website: http://sbpra.com/SuzanneGeneCourtney
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Heaven Held, An Angelic Account of Children in Transition Suzanne Gene Courtney’s spiritual account of her communication with her deceased son is a moving and uplifting testament to love, hope, and faith. Like her other works— Through the Eyes of a Dove and Ride to the Stars— Ms. Courtney has managed to draw on her inner-strength and godliness to inspire those suffering from grief. Heaven Held is unique in the author’s oeuvre in that it is a direct conversation with her son, illuminating the afterlife— and, particularly, the salvation of children— through a touching communion with her own, now angelic, child. The book, however, is not simply a series of accounts; it is, in its own way, a manual for living with grief, an instruction guide for how one should think about death, the proper mind frame for the bereaved, and the types of questions one should ask. Both a personal journey and a universal imperative to find grace and meaning, Heaven Held is sure to raise the spirits of those in pain. —Charles Asher Phi Beta Kappa Reviewer