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by Patricia Pfeffer
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Spiritual
  • Author:
    Patricia Pfeffer
  • ISBN:
    1436300320
  • ISBN13:
    978-1436300322
  • Genre:
  • Publisher:
    Xlibris (December 10, 2007)
  • Pages:
    296 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Spiritual
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  • FB2 format
    1868 kb
  • ePUB format
    1496 kb
  • DJVU format
    1169 kb
  • Rating:
    4.3
  • Votes:
    610
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Pfeffer, Patricia Irene Hendryx was born on December 31, 1930 in Kent, Ohio, United States. Daughter of Dean I. and Irene (Hansen) Hendryx. Student, Kent State University. Student, Akron (Ohio) University. Student, Cleveland State University. Student, Buffalo State University.

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Beahelm
Fascinating messages from a real person who has experienced the transition from this physical life to the next. Killed in 1945 during the invasion of Germany, he was amazed to find himself still existing...yet in a more refined form. Not only existing, but still able to communicate with our dimension through thought sent to those sensitive enough to receive it. Irene was such a person. She was struggling with erroneous beliefs and attitudes so he began sending her this info telling her the 'way it is' and the 'way it should be' in this dimension.

You see, when he arrived there he was able to perceive the things he should have done while here...the attitudes he should have held...and determined then to aid his own ongoing spiritual progression by doing this service for we souls remaining here.

It's a guide, an instruction manual...if you will, dealing with all the normal mistaken beliefs and attitudes that plague all of us while going through this life experience.

His delivery style is poetic and lyrical, producing images in your mind as you read. They strike the chord of truth and understanding in your soul and psyche.
Bodwyn
Wow. This book is best described as a handbook for daily living while we are still here on this Earth. It's about human stewardship of our daily interactions with one another and living with our own thoughts. It suggests to us that we might spend a bit more time living with Christian principles while we're here. But, it's penned by someone who lived without much thought to that while he walked amongst us. It's written with hindsight. I can't wrap my head around how valuable hindsight would be if given that opportunity to view our own lives and choices. Some pages are partial, some are complete. But all are filled with wise words that remind us to breathe ... and think ... about how we interact with others and ourselves in this lifetime. It's a thought-provoking book and a good read.
Doomredeemer
I was curious to read this book thinking it was a tale of paranormal activity. What I gained from reading this book was much more than a story of psychic connection. I was truly moved by the messages. They were hopeful, inspirational, and simply life altering. This is the best book I have ever read. I reread a message each day. I have bought books for all of my friends so they can be transformed as I have been.
Fenrikree
I liked the book. Kinda about today, and then again kinda about the paranormal. I had never heard about automatic writings before this - but found it interesting.