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How to Live a Happily Ever Afterlife - Stories of Trapped Souls and How Not to Become One - cover

How to Live a Happily Ever Afterlife - Stories of Trapped Souls and How Not to Become One

Echo Bodine

Publisher: Hampton Roads Publishing

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“What happens after we die? What is the Afterlife really like? From her own perspective, Echo shares intimate insights that she has garnered from Spirit about life after death. This book is compelling, thought-provoking, and comforting.”—Chip Coffey, costar, Kindred SpiritsA Psychic's Exploration of Ghosts and How to Prevent It from Happening to You"Echo Bodine is the most genuine psychic I have ever worked with..." —Dennis William Hauck, author of Haunted PlacesWell-known psychic and ghost hunter, Echo Bodine, started seeing spirits as a young girl and has been helping to set them free for decades. Most of these spirits have one thing in common—unfinished business from their lives that leaves them restless, unable to let go and move on. Some souls choose to remain closer to this dimension rather than move into the light when they die.Here, Bodine shares her experiences and compelling investigations that have led her to see the issues from a spirit's living time on Earth which have left them restless and unable to cross over. Each story is accompanied by an exercise that will help the reader avoid the fate of a trapped, angry, or unprepared soul.Some reasons spirits haven't gone through the light include:They don't know they're dead.They are afraid of what could be waiting for them on the other side.They don't believe in an afterlife so they’re stuck in limbo.They are possessive over a person or object.They are terrified of change.How To Live a Happily Ever Afterlife is an eye-opening look at spirits—at what compels and holds them—and what you can do to avoid the same fate. 
Available since: 08/01/2022.
Print length: 192 pages.

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