After having finished reading The Top Ten Things Dead People Want To Tell YOU, I am amazed at how someone can pack so much into just one book. Not that there is too much news in it, it’s maybe 50% new stuff and 50% I already knew, but it is so good and so entertaining and filled with so much love and comfort it’s bursting at the seams, figuratively speaking.
It is not often you find a book that brings out as much emotion as this book did. I laughed, cried, frowned and sighed. Mike Dooley has truly managed to answer a lot of questions in a new and innovative manner and I really like it.
About the Author
Mike Dooley is a New York Times Bestselling author, entrepreneur and a motivational speaker. He is also the founder of Adventurers Club on the Internet, with more than 600 000 members receiving his Notes from the Universe 5 days a week. He travels all over the world giving lectures about dreams, happiness and how to get the life you dream of by utilizing the Law of Attraction.
About the book
In the book Mike Dooley gives voice to those who have passed, letting them tell about what they can see from ”the other side”, and they have a lot to tell us! The messages are of love, support, where we come from and where we are going. They tell us about how important we are to the web of life and how life actually is fair, but we have to spread things out over several lifetimes to get what we deserve, both the good and the bad.
The author doesn’t shy away from tackling pretty tough subjects like suicides, domestic violence and more, and he does it in a way that might be provocative, but I think it is a form of tough love and it’s done with lots of tenderness and love and he does in no way blame the victims or condone the behaviour of the perpetrators.
Every chapter ends with a letter from a dearly departed to someone left behind. They are all loving and interesting, but the one that really got to me was the one from a furry friend, I was in tears all through that one.
I really liked this book. Mike Dooley has a new and entertaining way of taking on the topic of the afterlife that I can really relate to, and I will surely read this book again when I need a ”pick me up”. His thoughts on religion, dogmas and spirituality resonates with me and as I have lost friends and family it feels comforting to read this book and imagine them sitting somewhere having a blast and cheering me on.
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