Messages : Signs, Visits, and Premonitions from Loved Ones Lost on 9/11
After her husband, Eamon, died on September 11th, Bonnie McEneaney couldn't stop thinking about his many accurate premonitions. She also couldn't shake a feeling that Eamon was still communicating with her, sending her signs that he was watching out for his family and friends - assuring her that our loving connections do not end with death. This sense of Eamon's continued presence in her life challenged her skepticism and propelled her on a journey of spiritual exploration. As McEneaney developed stronger friendships with others who had also lost loved ones on September 11, she learned that they, too, were having unusual and inexplicable experiences. In "Messages", McEneaney carefully chronicles these incidents - premonitions, signs, dreams, visitations, and communications through mediums/psychics - all while weaving her own clear and heartfelt message of comfort and hope to be communicated to all those who are searching for their own deeper connections.
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- Hardback | 272 pages
- 152.4 x 231.14 x 25.4mm | 430.91g
- 01 Jul 2010
- HarperCollins Publishers Inc
- WILLIAM MORROW
- New York, United States
- black & white illustrations
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Bonnie McEneany has created an amazing piece of work validating that the love bonds created by our loved ones on earth never die, but continue on. Through moving stories, insights and incredible spirit messages, she takes you on a journey of love, in which your soul will forever be transformed. -- James Van PraaghSpiritual Medium/Author of UNFINISHED BUSINESSJames Van PraaghSpiritual Medium/Author of UNFINISHED BUSINESSJames Van Praagh, Spiritual Medium/Author of Unfinished Business
About Bonnie McEneaney
Bonnie McEneaney has a BA from Brown University and an MPS from Cornell University. After a successful career in the financial services industry, Bonnie left corporate life in August 2006 to spend more time with her children and to focus on 9/11-related initiatives. Her first book, A Bend in the Road (Cornell Library), is a compilation of her husband's poetry.