by Kate Large
Waiting in the Other Room provides support and comfort to those who are grieving the physical loss of a loved one by sharing experiences of continued communication with those who are...Waiting in the Other Room
Are you grieving the physical loss of a loved one, but your heart tells you they are still with you? Do you fear death?
Death of someone we love is an experience each one of us will face in our lifetime. The pain of the raw emotions of grief resulting from the physical body of a loved one dying is excruciating. Our lives are changed forever and our grief process is our own - as individual as we are.
As a child growing up Southern Baptist Kate was scared silly of dying. Through her spiritual work of the past thirty years she's connected with her angelic entourage and learned that there is nothing to fear in dying for herself or those that she loves.
On October 31, 2005 Kate's dad, Big Jim, died during open heart surgery. Before he went into the light, he and Kate received a miraculous gift of connection. They visited about his decision for his spirit to leave his physical body through death. After fully transitioning into the light he has come back to help Kate with her work and to continue being her dad with fatherly advice when asked (and even when he isn't asked... ).
Also included in the book...
When those we love succumb to Dementia or Alzheimer's we feel as trapped and helpless as they do in the inability to communicate. Kate's grandfather experienced Dementia before he died in 2007. She's included in the book the method she used to communicate with his higher self as well as examples of their experiences to help others know even though verbal communication may no longer be an option, communication in another form is possible!
The physical world teaches us that everything has a beginning and everything has an end. Death of the physical body is not the end. It is a continuation of life in spirit form. A return to the spirit realm from whence we came. Waiting in the Other Room shares all this and more with humor and love.