We Are Their Heaven : Why the Dead Never Leave Us, Paperback Book

We Are Their Heaven : Why the Dead Never Leave Us Paperback

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In We Are Their Heaven, Allison explores both connection and communication between the living and the dead.

Throughout the book, Allison explains her link with the dead and allows those she has read for to share their own experiences with us.

They identify the 'calling cards' of the dead, the initial private piece of information that serves to legitimize that the deceased is in fact trying to contact their loved one.

Each chapter focuses on a different type of connection and loss: of parents, children, siblings, friends and spouses.

With each reading, Allison's compassion is clearly seen.

She explains how the spirit world requires a different sort of 'listening' from her.

When you can 'feel' someone near you, she urges that this is not your imagination, but a heightened sense of awareness and what she calls a spiritual encounter.

Her account of speaking to a group of parents of murdered children allows us to see that she sees as she walks into the room and finds each of the dead children there with their living parents.

Don't Kiss Them Goodbye was a rewarding book for anyone interested in mediums.

With We Are Their Heaven, Allison expands her audience.

From a perspective few can offer, she shares heartbreaking and heartwarming tales of connection from the other side and provides comforting proof that our loved ones stay with us long after they are gone.

Anyone who has experienced loss will find this book quenches their curiosity and soothes their hearts about those we miss.


  • Format: Paperback
  • Pages: 240 pages
  • Publisher: Simon & Schuster
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  • Category: Spiritualism
  • ISBN: 9781416526797

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This is the second book by Allison DuBois, the woman who inspired the TV show Medium.I find her life and experiences fascinating, and this was a great read. My only criticism of the book is that her writing is poorly structured, and the chapters are not well organised. This was the same with her last book, but this is one author I will forgive without question, as she has an amazing gift.This book will bring comfort to those who have ever wondered about the other side, or who have lost someone special to them.