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Life and Death offers a contemporary look into the life of international medium Tim Braun who bridges this world and the Spirit world, connecting those who have passed over with those they left behind.
Tim Braun teaches readers about the power of unconditional love and provides a step-by-step process on how to heal ourselves from grief, forgive ourselves and find closure.
Life and Death will take you on a journey, sharing stories of others who have been tormented by the loss of loved ones, broken relationships, and empty last moments. You will see how they found the answers to their questions and how they were able to recover. You will also learn from Tim how searching for these answers, as well as his own personal journey as a medium, has helped countless people escape the torment of their minds.
The amazing part about it all is that the months or perhaps even years of grief and emotion can all be solved in a split second. Sometimes we have to take a leap of faith”. And exactly what does that mean? Leap means to jump” to accept eagerly something offered”. And faith means complete trust and confidence in something we can’t see”. It’s something we can’t really explain. But somehow, it exists because people have found joy again in their lives by getting the answers they were looking for.
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Tim Braun is an internationally renowned medium and has conducted over 14,000 sittings over twenty years. Born in Whittier, CA, he is a graduate of the University of Southern California, where he earned a B.A. in Interdisciplinary Studies. Hollywood celebrities, renowned athletes, and corporate leaders have embraced Tim. He appeared on television Bravo’s The Orange County Housewives, TLC network show, Sin City Rules, and interviewed on CBS/Radio: Sunday's with Rolonda, The Good Life Radio Canada, and featured in Awareness Magazine. He lives in Laguna Nigel, CA.
James Van Praagh is an American author, producer and television personality who describes himself as a clairvoyant and spiritual medium. He has written numerous books, including The New York Times bestseller Talking to Heaven. He co-executive produced the CBS primetime series Ghost Whisperer, which he claims was based on his life, and was portrayed by Ted Danson in the 2002 semi-biographical miniseries Living with the Dead. He hosted a short-lived paranormal talk show called Beyond with James Van Praagh.
The job of a medium is to connect with dead people. It's perfectly understandable that a child exhibiting this ability would either freak people out or be accused of an overactive imagination. Neither option is a lot of fun for a kid, so it's understandable that Tim Braun suppressed this ability for many years. It is fortunate that he met James Van Praagh, and was able to accept and develop his abilities under James's guidance. Tim has now fully embraced his role as a medium, and 13,000 sittings later, he has penned a wise, compassionate and useful book, rich with the insights into the grieving process that he has accumulated over his 20 years of helping people to connect with lost loved ones. Even though it frequently means experiencing in his own body of the pain and anguish of the passing, the comfort and joy that he is able to bring to people by demonstrating to them without a shadow of a doubt that their loved ones are still with them has been a rich reward for him. The stories of the messages he has been able to deliver are very moving, but this book has a broader goal. With so much experience dealing with grief, Tim is able to offer a wide range of concrete steps not only to overcome one's grief, but also in a real sense to continue the communication on their own. He offers a good range of suggestions on how to do so. When anyone, whether grieving or not, is able to truly accept that death is not the end, life takes on new meaning. Tim shares perspectives on the purpose and mystery of life from both sides of the veil, and urges the reader to live life to the absolute fullest. Citing a study from a nurse that listed the top 10 regrets of patients on their deathbed, the number one regret was, "I wish I'd had the courage to live a life true to myself, not the life others expected of me."--Miriam Knight"New Consciousness Review" (11/16/2015)
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Book Description Findhorn Press, 2015. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M1844096785