Frosty My Spirit Guide

How Changing Our Perceptions of Death Can Bring Us More Love, Joy, Happiness and Life!

by Bethany-Elizabeth Faye Hansen


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Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 10/31/2011

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 5.5x8.5
Page Count : 276
ISBN : 9781452539591
Format : Hardcover
Dimensions : 5.5x8.5
Page Count : 276
ISBN : 9781452539607
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Page Count : 276
ISBN : 9781452540504

About the Book

FOREWORD

 

Where does the word death come from anyway? Why do we call it death and what makes people dead? They are more alive than we are. We’ve all heard the expression, “It was like hugging a dead tree.” Well, some people who are living are dead—or seem like they are.

 

Why are we so afraid of death? Is it the word death—the way it feels on our tongue or the way the word death feels to us? Why are we not able to celebrate our loved ones’ transition into a higher level of being? Is it only because we think we are being separated from them—that they are being ripped away from us? But just because we think they are—does that mean that they actually are?

 

Joy is for the living, and transitioning into spirit is euphoric with joy. This book is about connecting with those that we love. It’s about realizing that we are still connected and always can be. It’s about believing in our loved ones’ love for us, and that they have transitioned to help us and to teach us about being more in our hearts. All we have to do is stop—just stop, and listen, using our hearts instead of our minds.

Just stop, then listen….

Can you hear them…?


About the Author

Bethany-Elizabeth Hansen’s love for all in spirit has led her to do private intuitive readings and to doing work with missing persons. Her desire for a deeper connection to God, the angels, and her own personal growth turned into becoming a licensed Heal Your Life teacher. She lives in Southern California with all those she loves—those in body, those in fur, and those in spirit.