My Real Home Is Here

I don’t care if I ever go back to earth again because my real home is here.

Journey of Souls
Michael Newton

Page 56
Case 12

Journey of Souls is another book like Paulo Coelho The Alchemist; a book that has been floating in and out of my life for several years now.  I’ve wanted to read it each time it has made itself known to me.  I just haven’t had the opportunity to get to it.

I finally picked it up the other day and am now thoroughly enjoying it.  Not so much about past lives, Journey of Souls discusses what it’s like when someone transitions.  What happens to that soul once it leaves the body.  Reading this book has convinced me more then ever that we all have soul mates and we do find each other in life as well as in spirit.  For those who fear that death is the end, as with What Dreams May Come, this book will offer comfort to those who have recently lost someone close to them.
Written as Many Lives, Many Masters is, Journey of Souls makes use of Dr Newton’s clients recollections of hypnosis sessions.  Even though I’m a firm believer that we survive the loss of our bodies after transitioning, this book has given me much joy in having further evidence that we do indeed survive beyond our physical earthbound vessels.

In order to get something from Many Lives, Many Masters as well as Journey of Souls, one must put aside any differences one has with the way the book is written.  As with all books in this genre, (Old Souls is another such book) some who read them may have difficulty accepting that the clients in between the pages may have a credibility issue. Ya know what though?  If you do any research at all into dying, you’ll find some universal truths that shine through each story that is given.
–Everyone sees that tunnel.
–Everyone talks of being greeted by people they’ve known in life.
–Everyone talks of being enveloped by peace.

In all walks of life where people have no contact with others we hear these stories.  That must lead to some credence.
For those who DO fear that with transitioning we lose our sense of life, read this book.  It will indeed give you something to think about.
Be Happy!  Be Well!  Be Positive!
Blessings to you.



2 responses to “My Real Home Is Here

  1. Sounds like a really intriguing read! I don’t think death is anything we should fear. There is an unknown element to it. Whether we keep our autonomy and move on from this life to the next or our energy merges into that of God’s, I think we will find peace. The way I see it is that from Love we were conceived, in love we are sustained and back to Love we return for God is Love and God is All.

    Great post. 🙂

    • Hi Jessica:
      Like you, I’ve been reading many different spiritually tinged books recently. I’m enjoying learning new lessons on life and dying. Some of these texts are books I wouldn’t have dreamed I’d be reading several years ago. But that’s the way it is with growth; whether it be intellectual, emotional or spiritual. We’re all constantly growing.

      As always, thanks for stopping by. I always love hearing from you, Jessica!


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