Stuart Wilde


There are those times when you’re going along your merry ole way, and something stops you in your tracks, and you forget what you were thinking or doing a second ago. That’s what happened to me when I read of Stuart Wilde’s passing. I remember many years ago when I first read his book, WHISPERING WINDS OF CHANGE, and was completely taken in by his wisdom, great sense of humor, openness, and teachings. How I wish I had managed to get to one of his workshops, but I’m grateful for his emails, newsletters in physical form (before personal computers), website, for all the insights from his wonderful books – for how to think differently about life and beyond.

I’ve read many times that’s there’s a fine veil between life and death, and so I’ve no doubt that Stuart knows about the many loving messages that are being sent his way. With a touch of sadness and lots of gratitude I want to add my name to the millions of names wanting to say: Stuart, thank you, thank you, thank you.

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“Life was never meant to be a struggle, just a gentle progression from one point to another.” – Stuart Wilde

“proof of heaven: a neurosurgeon’s journey into the afterlife with dr. eben alexander, III”


When Bob Olson interviewed Dr. Eben Alexander, lll on my eyes and ears were glued to my little iPad listening to him eloquently tell of a most unusual NDE – the way it all happened – and what occurred after. I don’t want to spoil it for you by telling too much of the story. Besides the story is far better told by the person who had the life-changing event. And it just so happens that Dr. alexander makes listening easy on the ears, and this is important because there’s a great deal to assimilate. During the interview with Bob Olson, Dr. Alexander talks about, among other things: the brain, higher soul, prayer, infinite love, the voice in our head, earth life, the Creator, butterflies (a beautiful story), evil and free will, belief, Om, divine plan, true reason for being here.

He was a different person before his NDE. This seems to be the case with just about everyone who experiences a NDE. If you visit afterlifetv and give your attention to Dr. Alexander’s words, you might feel like a different person, too.

Of course, there will always be the naysayers; they make life interesting. They say, still there is no real proof. Well, there are those things in this world that are based solely on belief. It’s a personal journey we all have to take, and, as with most things, it’s our choice to believe or not. We have only to listen deep within ourselves to know. And when we train ourselves to listen to the other parts of ourselves, we’ll know.

“For a deeper understanding” you might want to visit the following websites: and
And take a peek, or read, The New York Times bestseller: Proof of Heaven

Are you having an extraordinary day?  🌷

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“There are more things in heaven and earth, Horatio,
Than are dreamt of in your philosophy.”
– Shakespeare

anita moorjani

A few months ago I subscribed to Anita Moorjani’s website so that I could “be informed on upcoming events, new insights and understandings” The first email came this weekend, and should anyone want to connect with her, and other “like-minded people,” on Facebook for a chance to ask questions and/or read about questions asked about her book DYING TO BE ME, this is a good opportunity.

I read DYING TO BE ME once and today reached for it again, because a book having this kind of information needs more than one reading. I began reading page 113 since I had turned down a corner of that page, and it said that one of the messages given to her by her father, and her friend in the other realm was the strongest and the one that keeps repeating within her; it’s this: “Go back and live your life fearlessly!”

Many spiritual teachers tell us to let go of all the fears we’ve been collecting, and now we’re hearing it from “the other realm.”

The reason I’m writing about Anita Moorjani again is that what she has to say can change the way we think about life and death. And that can be a good thing, right?


Sometimes we happen upon a website that simply grabs our attention and doesn’t let go. For the past month for me that website is with Bob Olson. He has been researching the spirit world for twelve years, and in a video on his website, “From Private Investigator to Afterlife Investigator – The True Story” he talks about how he, a skeptic who has a degree in criminal justice and wanted to work for the FBI, or an organization of that ilk, became a private investigator instead, and “fell into” becoming a psychic medium investigator after the death of his father. It’s been written many times that there are no accidents, and it’s obvious that his years as a PI prepared him for his years as an afterlife investigator. It greatly helps to know his background, he said that he stopped counting after interviewing 300 mediums before agreeing that the spirit world, and all it implies, is a very real world. After one reading with a medium, “concrete convincing evidence came through,” and, he said, “that’s when I realized that there’s more to life and death than I ever realized.” Of course, it’s not mandatory to listen to the video in which he discusses his background, though it’s engrossing; however, your belief will be strengthened, and you’ll feel confident and comfortable in taking in his words because you’ll understand that he knows what he’s talking about.

There is a video on afterlifetv titled, What Happens In The Afterlife To People Who Commit Suicide.” it’s an exceptional video, and it can help anyone who is grieving for a loved one who has passed on in this way reach a new understanding.

Also are “two resources for locating legitimate psychic mediums,” and they are: and

When I was young there was an old cemetery not far from where I lived, and I would take a book and go there. Reading the book took second place; reading the names and dates on tombstones took priority. It’s okay; you can call me odd. Though I’m betting that there are a lot of people who feel the same as I do. I feel comfortable in cemeteries and feel that life and death are nicely connected. All we need do is look at the beauty of the world – not necessarily man’s creation, but God’s.

May your dreams be sweet tonight.

“. . . Many years later, Dr. Alexis Carrel – then a famed surgeon awarded the Nobel Prize for his medical research and discoveries, wrote, ‘We must liberate man from the cosmos created by the genius of physicists and astronomers, that cosmos in which, since the Renaissance, he has been imprisoned. We now know that we . . . extend outside the physical continuum. . . . In time, as in space, the individual stretches out beyond the frontiers of his body. . . . He also belongs to another world.'”
– Divine Interventions by Dan Millman and Doug Childers

Dying To Be Me by Anita Moorjani


Have you heard of Anita Moorjani’s Near Death Experience (NDE), and her book, DYING TO BE ME? An amazingly different NDE was what she had, unlike any other on record. And the kinds of things she learned while in “the other realm,” and later wrote and talked about in interviews are making the heads of people swirl. The gist of her story is that she had lymphoma cancer for four years, and from the base of her skull to her abdomen everything was swollen, and all through her body she had tumors the size of lemons. Her body was ready to die. And so she did, more or less. In the NDE she was able to know what was happening on earth also. So when she returned to her body she filled in all the details, leaving family and doctors completely baffled. A few days later, she had fully recovered. I’m thinking that DYING TO BE ME must be one enthralling book – a book unlike any other. From watching videos and reading interviews, and without yet reading her book, I can only imagine how her story can expand all of our views about life and death, and possibly teach us to see it all in a new and exciting way.


Sweet dreams everyone. I used to say: Don’t let the bed bugs bite, but, since twice getting them, I don’t say that anymore:-)

jerry hicks

I subscribe to the Abraham-Hicks Newsletter (the Law of Attraction), and received the following “Note From Esther About Jerry” about her husband Jerry’s recent death. To take the time to read what she has to say about his death can only be a good thing. Every so often, putting our attention on death gives us a chance to think about our own transition “into Nonphysical,” and what could be better reading about death than when it comes from someone who has an ease about it.

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Dear, dear Friends,

Our sweet Jerry made his transition into Nonphysical last Friday. How sweet the Vortex is feeling to him today!

Jerry said to me when we came together over 30 years ago that given the difference in our ages that it was likely “that I will cut out on you early,” to which I replied, “I don’t mind.” His joy of life and continual new discovery of purpose kept his life feeling fresh and we shared such joyous eagerness for life.

Over the years, Abraham has consistently insisted that there is no death. Again and again they have reminded us that there is only life and more life and more life. It has taken me some time to understand this, and I honestly must say I have not yet fully come to terms with it, but I do believe that in what we are calling Jerry’s death he is discovering the next logical step of life that Abraham has always been talking about. And at times I am catching a glimpse of the bigness of what Jerry is feeling and while I am still pretty mad at him for not sticking around longer to surprise and delight me in all the ways he has been doing throughout our 30 years together I accept fully that the next logical step of joyous life for Jerry was to be found in his re-emergence into Nonphysical.

Since 1985 it has been Jerry and Esther and Abraham and I believe with everything that I am that that has not changed. I know that Jerry will continue to be the third powerful point of the triad of Energy that makes up the Abraham experience and I am certain that his new vantage point will be, as it has always been, of advantage to us all.

I know for sure that Jerry will help me, in time, release my own personal resistance to physical death, because I will not be able to maintain that resistance and also play easily with him. And my desire to continue not only my Abraham experience but also my Jerry experience I am certain he will be the catalyst to help me do what Abraham has been trying to help us all do all along.

Once again, Jerry is out there leading the way for me. But the difference this time is that I must find the way. I am not there yet, but it is my absolute promise to myself that I will find the way, because it is the most natural thing in the world to do and because Jerry has provided for me the reason to do it.

I am eager about what is ahead and while I cannot begin to explain or even imagine the details of how it is all going to play out, I am certain that it will be fun.

I am such a fortunate girl, to have been able to play with Jerry and Abraham and all of you for so many wonderful years and I am so eager to continue doing more of the same for many more years to come. I feel certain right now that not only has nothing gone wrong, but things are going especially right. It will be different, for sure, but it will also be very, very good.

I’m feeling such love for you all, and for Abraham and most of all for Jerry. And as I have said to him a thousand or more times through the years, “Well isn’t life just a kick in the pants?”


an accident

First Officer Matthew Bell was a friend of a friend of mine. He died flying a UPS plane in Dubai this Labor Day weekend, along with another pilot, Captain Doug Lampe. I know of Matt, his wife Dawn, and their daughter indirectly. I heard they were a loving couple. And so when death knocked on their door, I immediately felt a heaviness in the pit of my stomach.

I read books about death because it’s certain that one day it’ll be part of my experience, so I’ve a curiosity about it. Surprisingly there’s a lot written about death. The more I read the more I discover that it’s possible to be sort of comfortable with it. We prepare for many things in life. The ancient and modern wise ones say we should also prepare for death. I know this sounds rather gruesome to some people. All I have to say is, as with all subjects, with the learning eventually comes the understanding, making it possible to gain an entirely new perspective. To spend time on this mysterious subject is a good opportunity to rethink about things learned once upon a time from here and there, and to plant the seeds for other ways of thinking and feeling.

When someone I know either directly or indirectly dies, I start to marvel at the wonders that make up the universe, and in praying for the newly departed, I say a short prayer for all of us.

Have you read the book Divine Interventions by Dan Millman and Doug Childers? Well, the book helps enormously to open the reader to the amazing possibilities in this life and the next – some of the possibilities seem to not correspond to our material world, but then again, it’s simply an extension of the borders of the material world.

Praise for the book Life After Death by Deepak Chopra covers 13 pages. Suffice it to say that it could possibly be the perfect choice of all the books there are on this subject.

“Deepak Chopra has written a masterpiece that is long overdue in our spiritual culture. Life After Death: The Burden of Proof is a bold and comforting guide into the afterlife. Eternity is the true home of the soul, yet we fear to explore experience of death and our place beyond now. Deepak has brilliantly accomplished this journey on our behalf.”
-Caroline Myss

“East meets West in Life After Death. This treasure of a book is graceful and thoughtful, inspiring and enlightening, practical and mystical, an adventure of the mind and heart. If Deepak Chopra is correct-and contemporary afterlife research supports his belief-we should not fear death, but ‘respect it as a miracle’ and celebrate our inherent ability to conceive and experience the eternity of life. Prepare to be awakened.”
Gary E. Schwartz, Ph.D., professor and director, Laboratory for Advances in Consciousness and Health University of Arizona, and author of The Afterlife Experiments and the G.O.D. Experiments

“With great clarity and depth of insight, Deepak Chopra guides us through the process of understanding who we truly are, and leaves us with a richer, more complete awareness of the miracles of both life and death.” – Laurie Monroe, president and CEO, Monroe Institute

“Here is the paradox: life’s greatest mystery-death-seems to be its opposite and its very denial. However, anyone who reads Deepak Chopra’s penetrating and insightful investigation into this great mystery with an open mind will come to realize that the opposite of death is birth, not life. Life, which in essence is consciousness, is eternal and has no opposite. There is no death, only the metamorphosis of life-forms, consciousness appearing as this or that. This is the liberating truth the book continuously point to.”
-Eckhart Tolle, author of The Power of Now

“If I had any doubts about the afterlife, I don’t have them anymore. Deepak Chopra has cast his inimitable light on the darkened corners of death. I think this is his greatest contribution yet.”
-Marianne Williamson, author of The gift of Change

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May Matthew Bell find amazing possibilities on his next journey, and may Dawn Bell find strength and loving support as she continues on this journey.
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david carradine

Thank you David Carradine for all the terrific entertainment you provided in the Kung Fu movies which I very much enjoyed watching,

Now, at this time of your passing, hopefully, people the world over will keep in mind that only your family and friends need know how you died. As for the rest of us, it’s none of our business. All indications suggest that you were well-loved and that you loved well.

Go in peace.

a family

I saw a video of Dong Yun Yoon as he talked about the jet that crashed into his house in San Diego killing his wife, two daughters, Grace 15 months and Rachel 2 months, and mother-in-law Suk Im Kim who came from South Korea to help with the baby and help them move into their new house that was destroyed. It was difficult to watch and not cry.

A neighbor and retired photographer saw Dong Yun Yoon say goodbye to his wife and baby as he left for work that morning, and said, “I saw their last kiss. I thought, what a beautiful sight, and then later in the day they were just gone.'”

His words are of forgiveness. He blames no one; he only pleaded for someone to tell him how to cope after losing his family. May he somehow find a way. Come to think of it, forgiveness is a huge steppingstone toward healing, it seems he already has found a way.

randy pausch

A human being who knew how to live and die passed away on Friday, 25 July. What can one say about a man who was told he had a short time to live, and took whatever time he had, and, not only gave it to his wife and three children, but gave it to all of us. In the process, he taught us, and showed us, what it means to “let go”. Thank you Randy Pausch.

He and his family were recently interviewed at their home. The cameras followed them, and when questions were asked, he answered all of them with a serene look on his face – the one he always seemed to have.

What a gift he gave his children; what an example he was to the world.

On Monday, 28 July and Tuesday, 29 July “Good Morning America” will have a tribute to him. And on Tuesday, 29 July “Primetime” will have “The Last Lecture: A Celebration of Life” at 10pm. “Randy Pausch Passes Away”.

“Calmness of mind is one of the beautiful jewels of wisdom. It is the result of long and patient effort in self-control. Its presence is an indication of ripened experience, and of a more-than-ordinary knowledge of the laws and operations of thought.” – “The Wisdom of James Allen” 5 Classic Works Combined Into One