Listen, I'm Still Here
The Continuation of Love From the Other Side
Perfect Bound Softcover
Can you ever get over the loss of a 'soulmate'/loved one?
By: Dorothy Farley
Co-Author, (3) 5-Star Rated Books
Listen, I'm Still Here Part I I'm Always Here Part II Everlasting "Love" That Is Part III The Continuation of Love from the Other Side Spirituality Life After Death
MY TRUTH: NO! NOT REALLY, AND CERTAINLY 'NOT COMPLETELY'!
HOWEVER, with the passing of time (for me, now seven years since the transition of my beloved husband and soulmate, Jack Farley) one's understanding deepens, and the gradual 'acceptance' that we are all spirit beings with eternal life awakens within us, and "everything is as it should be," as Jack expresses from heaven. There is no ending at death for life, living and learning continue on and on, in another dimension.
Real growth and the reason for our being here on this Earth begins to shine forth for us and reveals life's profound meaning, and why we are here. We see more clearly the only two emotions, 'FEAR' or 'LOVE'. We begin opening our heart to more LOVE LOVE for everything around us, LOVE for everyone we meet, for everything we see and do and for ourselves. Let's not forget ourselves. We remember: "LOVE is all there is," affirmed by Jack.
Staying in the LOVE VIBRATION is what I have learned to do, and this is where I can reach and connect with the responsive vibration of my beloved husband. Anyone can make this conversational connection it is a matter of choice our choice for our loved ones are always here around us in many forms; it is up to us to open our heart to the deepest, most pure LOVE, and in so doing elevate our vibration to reaching and hearing them. This is possible, if we make the choice and BELIEVE we can. Remember, loved ones are always 'living' in spirit form for it is the perfection of our soul that we are seeking.
Even when these TRUTHS are known, it is all easier said than done, but becomes more permanently possible as time goes by, and the light of a new future shines forth.
Chapter One – Goodbye to Control
Dorothy opens the first chapter with a description of her early life in World War II – torn London. She grows up in a ‘rationed’, controlled, disciplined environment – a necessity of the times – including living in bomb shelters. When the war ends, Dorothy and her family are freed from these shackles. However, Dorothy does not begin to escape the restraining sense of control until she marries her first husband and moves to the United States. Even then, she has yet to fully evolve and find herself.
Chapter Two – Miracles: Unplanned But Definitely Desired
Dorothy realizes that despite her marriage and seeming contentment, she is restless and unfulfilled. After 25 years, she decides to leave her husband – again, breaking free – and find her own path toward spirituality and enlightenment. Dorothy spends eight years studying, learning and healing her mind, body and spirit. It is during this time that she finds a connection with cats. After placing a special newspaper ad (seeking a man who puts spiritual growth above material wealth), Dorothy attracts the man of her dreams (her soulmate), Jack Farley. They instantly connect and soon get married. Dorothy and Jack live in spiritual bliss and unite in their mission: to rescue and care for unwanted cats and other animals on their land.
Chapter Three – Conversations with Jack: The Continuation of Love from the Other Side
Dorothy has a horrible dream of losing Jack that turns out to be portentous. Jack dies in her arms while dancing that night at a local café. Little does Dorothy know in her grieving state that Jack’s transition will provide them with a newfound level of love, learning and awareness. Not only has she already seen the spirits of her deceased animals in the form of butterflies, she begins to experience Jack this way as well. Also, Dorothy has direct conversations with Jack in his new dimension. Through these, she understands that Jack is still teaching her spiritually – she must remain on the Earth plane to fulfill their mission, and true love never dies.
Chapter Four: It Only Gets Better
The conversations and love between Dorothy and Jack continue. Dorothy learns to channel healing energy with Jack to help others. She also has a pivotal, life-altering transformation: Jack allows her to experience, in a dream, the vibration of heaven for 30 seconds, and that is enough!! Dorothy consistently communicates with Jack’s butterfly form and even kisses the wings of this live butterfly. Dorothy is happy and still learning. She comes to understand that life, whether on Earth or another dimension, only gets better.
Dorothy Farley's early life was spent in WWII-torn London growing up in a controlled-disciplined environment including living in bomb shelters. Her soulmate of 20 years this time around, Jack Farley, died in her arms while dancing. Together, they are the co-authors of three five-star rated books, Listen, I'm Still Here Part I, I'm Always Here Part II and Everlasting "Love" That Is Part III. All three books reveal The Continuation of Love from the Other Side with conversation and wisdom through Jack, 'from heaven'. (Spirituality Life After Death, being the subject matter of all three books.)
Listen. I'm Still Here
By, Dorothy Jackson Farley
February 4, 2009
This book, written by a gentle spirit, tells its story in a gentle way. But immediately behind its hopeful message lies the specter of how fragile we humans are and how each breath could be anybody’s last at any moment. This aspect kept me in the present moment throughout the read and beyond. I have always known that all we have is the present moment. Reading Dorothy's story reinforces the experience for me.
Listen, I'm Still Here begins with Dorothy's experiences during the London air attacks. She attributes later life patterns to her early conditioning in the British bomb shelters of World War II. This part of the book is worthy of mention even though it predates the actual experiences of the book. Ms. Farley draws a possible roadmap of how to break life patterns that do not work and which do not serve the individual. Her journey of self-discovery can serve as a model for any reader.
The crux of the book is how Dorothy found and lost the love of her life, only to find him again. This crossing of life and death is what kept me present during and after reading the book. We think that the death of a loved one is the worst thing that can happen. Dorothy bravely describes how that was true for her in the aftermath of Jack's sudden transition. The relief and the rescue come from experiencing Jack's presence here and now.
The joyful and uplifting message of this book is that life is eternal; there is no death. Bodies change, forms change, locations change, dimensions change and perceptions change, but life goes right on. We all have our time and our tasks for life on Earth that are different for everyone. The best we can do is to be God’s eyes and ears, hands and hearts and to be channels of His work here on Earth. Dorothy and Jack lived that fully. Their example makes this book a worthy read. The most joyous message of the book is that despite illusions to the contrary, nothing is ever really lost. It only gets better.
Reverend Audrey Hunt: "I AM Presence, Benevolent Brothers - all who watch and guide me - may I have a message for Dorothy Farley concerning the book, Listen, I'm Still Here. I ask in the name of Jesus Christ it is of love and truth."
"Ever as you ask in my name, it is so!"
This book was written with so many, many emotions and feelings.
A story of love and fulfillment, of working together to develop a haven for God's creatures,
sharing travel and oneness.
How separation has only increased their ONENESS.
Is it not in the KNOWING that life and love is forever?
As Dorothy is able to 'listen' and receive from Jack, she is living in the two worlds.
ALL ARE CAPABLE OF DOING THIS,
so this book was written to share with the world the truth of it all.
Written so that ALL others will see the very simplicity of it.
Is love not the greatest force on Earth?
Love is, was and ever shall be all that the I AM is.
Jack's wedding vow, "to seek with you the world beyond this,"is fulfilled in the writing of this book for all the world to know.
And so it is so - blessed for all who want to know.
Seek and ye shall find and so it is!!
The circle of God is eternity.
Reverend Audrey M. Hunt
In the introduction of what may very well be the most intuitive book this reviewer has ever read, author, visionary and care giver Dorothy Farley asks, “How did I get to this point where I could communicate with my deceased beloved?" Listen, I'm Still Here guides you, the reader through her life yet unfinished but reaching fulfillment.
"We are what we believe and what we believe we are", is the over-riding theme of this life story that began before the start of World War II in London, England. Yes, Dorothy lived through the blitz (a veritable hell on earth), married at age 21, and relocated to the USA and eventually to Austin, Texas. But this was a marriage that would end in divorce in 1981 as their spiritual paths were divergent.
In 1988, a near 20 year marriage and love affair began, and continues to this day, even though Jack passed on in 2007. And so, Listen, I'm Still Here is a love story but is much, much more. Together, Dorothy and Jack began Cat Haven, a wildlife preserve as well as a retreat for those cats that choose to live there, and may do so for life. Indeed, the proceeds of this book go to its support.
Why, you might ask, is Jack's name with Dorothy's shown as author? Simply stated, because their love and communication continues. Listen, I'm Still Here is an intuitive journey of self-discovery about true and everlasting love, now from the other side.
If you've been looking for a book that is interesting, amazing and joyous, you will have found it in Listen, I'm Still Here. You will find that its primary message is that life is eternal; there is no death. This book is so captivating, you may read it in one sitting.
Pertinent Info: 6 x 9, 200 pp, Pub Date, March 2012
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