Here & Hereafter: How Wisdom from the Departed Can Transform Your Life Now
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You must read his book with eyes wide open and judgement set aside. His book is very candid. I was not written with the intent of convincing you but rather to better know him and help you understand.
Whether in Hanford or Hollywood, my intention will always be the same: to show as many people as I can that love lasts forever. The bonds we forge in this world never break.” Henry does well with not stressing any specific religions, doctrines, or beliefs and merely describes his experience with his clairvoyance. “Between Two Worlds” is an unbiased read.The insight we gain upon death—how our actions affect others—is something we can and should strive to understand while we’re still here. The saying ‘We judge others by their actions, and ourselves by our intentions’ comes to mind. We don’t have to wait for a life review to judge others by their intentions, and perhaps even ourselves by our actions.” Tyler Henry (born January 13, 1996) is a teen clairvoyant medium originally from central California. Born with a unique gift, Tyler has helped countless people acquire closure, comfort, and proof that consciousness transcends physical death. Working as an evidential-based medium, his ability to provide specific, detail-oriented specifics has allowed him to share what he sees with medical professionals and missing person cases. As a fan of the show "Hollywood Medium", it was really interesting to learn about Tayler's gift of mediumship on a different level. Told from his perspective, he was successfully able to break it down as to how he first found out that he could speak to the other side. I find this kind of stuff fascinating.
I strive to encourage people to live their lives in such a way that they’ll never need help from someone like me. When we live each day with kindness, compassion, and communicative love, there is no business left unfinished. There are no regrets or words we should have said, but didn’t. There is no need for closure or forgiveness or apology of any kind. A life well lived is not harmed by death.” He answered questions on multiple marriages and soulmates and other related topics – all very interesting. I was very impressed with the narration that Tyler performed during the reading of the book. It felt more like you were sitting with him having a conversation versus listening to a produced version of the book. Dead people are weird, aren’t they? They all used to be alive, so they know the terrestrial community would dearly love to hear just one more time from their deceased loved ones. Yet throughout history, dead people have made that difficult by choosing chintzy eccentrics to be their living spokespeople, operating in odd locations and formats: tents on the periphery of fairgrounds, live gigs in shabby coastal theatres and, more recently, cheaply made television shows that never quite make it to major channels. Apparently, one of the things to fear about the afterlife is that it gives you a taste for cheesy showmen. As Tyler’s grandmother was terminally ill with cancer in April of 2006, he began having strong intuitive hunches that would later turn into a series of profound visions that proved to be true. After a series of life changing events (including a near death experience), Tyler’s passion, calling, and life purpose has been to bring clarity, closure, and evidence to those he is privileged to read.His memoir was a witty and relatable. Tyler genuinely wants to make a difference in people's lives that may be struggling after a friend or loved one has passed. It was really cool to hear about how each of his readings appears to be unique in nature. He is always discovering new signs and secrets. I understand that my ability is a gift and not something for which I can take any credit. I’m just a conduit for information to come through and reach those who are open to hearing it—something we all have a natural ability to do, to varying degrees. Practice breeds consistency, and the more we develop and trust in our gut feelings, the more significantly and accurately our intuition can help us. Even after doing countless readings, I still have to remind myself daily to “get out of my own way” and allow myself to be a clear vessel through which messages can flow.
On countless occasions, people who have come through tell me that putting their pride aside would have made their life substantially easier and less painful.”Getting a strong feeling when you first meet someone. He described an experience where he got a feeling that the person he just met would be someone significant and that he felt he was meant to play a role in this person’s life. Thought we’re not responsible for where we come from, we are responsible for where we go. We are more than just our conditioning. We are capable of growth and change.” Throughout my life, I’ve come to understand the world in two ways. In one sense, I’m like any other twenty-year-old adjusting to adulthood, learning to live on my own (and use a dishwasher for the first time, admittedly). Yet in a very different sense, the part of me that most people see is Tyler Henry the medium—the Macaulay Culkin look-alike who gets in touch with celebrities’ dead loved ones on television. Though most people can’t relate to what it’s like to get visual, sensorial, and mental impressions from people who’ve passed away, everyone is capable of understanding the impact those messages have on the loved ones who need it most. Whether it’s a reference to pink fuzzy dice from your aunt Edna, or an inside joke shared with a beloved grandmother, these are the messages I strive to deliver—no matter how random they may seem to me, personally.