Rosie’s #BookReview Of #Spiritual Messages HI MOMMA, IT’S ME by @SandyCowen9 #TuesdayBookBlog

“HI MOMMA, IT’S ME” How Souls Stay Connected Forever and the Power of Undying Love by Sandy Cowen

4 stars

Hi Momma, It’s Me, is a spiritual book which shows how souls can stay connected after a person has died. It is also a book about the important role of love in our lives.

Author Sandy Cowen was a reluctant medium or messenger. However, after her son died and he called out to her for help, she was encouraged by more than one person to write a book about her experience, and how she went on to help others from both sides of the veil.

Part of Sandy’s journey involves the conversations she has with her son, about how he wants to share his belief that we can connect with our departed loved ones more easily than we think. He believes that we were never meant to be cut off from a soul once it has shed its human form.

This book also looks at some of our human emotions. 2020 has been a year of challenges for most of us and I’m sure that I’m not the only one who has experienced fear, despair, grief and uncertainty at some point during the year; the timing of this book which talks about love-based emotions and their healing ability was perfect. I’m keen for happiness, wonder, empathy, belonging and peace of mind to be part of my life once more.

Sandy has attempted to bring her messages to the reader in a simple and easy-to-read format. It gave me lots to think about and I will be re-reading parts that particularly interested me. This book has some lovely thoughts about healing which, at the moment, I’m more than ready to listen to.

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Book description

Anyone who has faced the passing of a loved one knows the pain of loss can be devastating. The question remains, are those we loved gone forever? Sandy Cowen’s story is a unique one but one that proves life after life exists, that love is the great connector and that helping one another can happen vertically as well as horizontally.

After 35-years of functioning as a “reluctant medium” and hiding her gifts, Sandy Cowen faced the death of her only child, her son, Jon. He was 48 when he died and only hours after his passing she heard her son call out to her in confusion and fear; Jon’s death was a shock to him, too. How mother and son reconnected and settled into a new, loving and ever deeper relationship is a fascinating story.

“HI, MOMMA, IT’S ME,” is a gift to anyone searching for a more intimate perspective on death. This book presents voices from the other side providing answers to questions about the afterlife and proving that souls can stay connected forever. As a closet medium, Sandy quietly kept detailed notes of each of the messages she’s received from family, friends, Ascended Masters and yes, even God, over 30-years, in fact the process was almost like taking dictation. She ties together many of those direct quotes along with her son’s to explain what transition is like, how Heaven works and why it’s important for souls to stay connected, even after death.

“Where are you, up or down or where?,” “How do you know when I need you?,” and “Have you seen Jesus?” are just a sample of the intriguing questions that lace this book. Sandy asks the questions and then steps aside to let each soul speak. Her book helps clarify how energy and frequencies play a role, the nuances of reincarnation, why clearing guilt is important, how souls perfect themselves and what the real goal of life is, for us all.

‘HI, MOMMA, IT’S ME.” is a beautiful testament to the power of love and provides hope to anyone struggling with loss. One underlying theme reappears throughout: love continues forever. This is a compelling read for anyone who is curious about the afterlife, has lost a loved one or wants to reconnect with the power of undying love.

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