Many of us believe that there is a purpose behind the events of our world, that everything happens for a reason, that there are no mistakes. Although we feel that this is true, we fear the unknown - especially when it comes to death. We wonder, 'What's next? Is there life after death? Will I ever see my loved ones again?'
In The Top 10 Things Dead People Want to Tell You, New York Times bestselling author Mike Dooley explores these questions, and gives readers a fresh, unconventional and at times playful perspective on life, its meaning and how to live it well. In ten profound chapters, he offers his personal observations about the world in the form of a letter from the recently deceased, sharing the revelations and insights they have gained since their transition, like
. They're not dead.
. They're sorry for the pain they caused.
. They were ready to go when they went.
. Your pets are as crazy, brilliant and loving, here, as they were there.
. Life really is all about love, but not just loving those who love you...
The Top 10 Things Dead People Want to Tell You offers hope to those who've lost loved ones, and gives us a new way of looking at death that can radically improve the way we live today.
A book about living that will help readers see more beauty, feel more power and know more love. -- don Miguel Ruiz, international bestselling author of The Four Agreements Fabulous! Mike Dooley shows you how to stay alive for the whole of your life...and beyond! -- Robert Holden PhD, author of Holy Shift! Three times, from three completely independent sources, I was told, "You need to meet Mike Dooley." After the fourth time, when the person doing the suggesting even went to the trouble to forward his e-mail, I took it as an omen. To all four of you who thought I should meet this incredible writer, this awesome spokesman for the Universe, for joy, and now for all our dead ancestors, I owe you. For everybody else, don't wait. Get The Top Ten Things Dead People Want to Tell YOU and everything else Mike Dooley has ever written and read it now. -- Pam Grout, #1 New York Times bestselling author of E-Squared and E-Cubed Mike Dooley has penned a brilliant, deep, and at times hilarious account of life - and life after life. Read it cover to cover and don't miss a page. If you've ever wondered about the nature of reality, how consciousness creates the world we live in and the truth about time and space, this book will ring bells in your DNA and wake you up to live with joyful awareness. Read it with an open mind and be prepared to have all your preconceptions challenged with a smile and a wink. Bottom line - you won't be the same person who began it when you've savoured the last page. I loved it! -- Colette Baron-Reid, author of The Map, Messages from Spirit and bestselling oracle cards Wisdom of the Hidden Realms and Wisdom of Avalon In The Top Ten Things Dead People Want to Tell YOU, Mike Dooley lifts the veil between our perceptual world and the world beyond our physical sight. Mike reminds us that we're always being guided. His assurance is the greatest gift we can receive, as it helps us accept that we are not alone. Read this book and reconnect with the love that is all around you. -- Gabrielle Bernstein, New York Times bestselling author of Miracles Now I love this book! Page after page, I found myself going, "Well, that explains things!" and feeling inspired, full of joy and wanting more. Who knew "Dead People" could be so smart? A must read! -- Nick Ortner, New York Times bestselling author of The Tapping Solution Mike Dooley has written a refreshing, powerful, and paradigm-shifting book! The Top Ten Things Dead People Want to Tell YOU will give you a new understanding of the important people in your life who have passed on, and also will inspire you to live your life to the fullest while you're still here in body on earth. -- Mike Robbins, author of Nothing Changes Until You Do There are those we will meet lifetime after lifetime, and not birth nor death will truly separate us. This book is your friend in the discovery of all that lies beneath and beyond. -- Katherine Fugate, screenwriter