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Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite
How To Communicate With The Dead: And How Cultures Do It Around The World by Judith Fein takes readers on an adventure as she crisscrosses the world and they experience the thrills, the mystery, the excitement, and the brilliance of how cultures everywhere connect to their dead. She speaks of the experiences that have helped to enrich her life and make it multi-dimensional and how the dead can communicate through objects in the physical world. Her adventures will help many readers find their purpose in life and also describes many spiritual beliefs and truths, mysticism, and healing. The book will also give comfort to many grieving for their loved ones when they read about communicating with the dead and understand that death is not the end.
How To Communicate With The Dead is insightful and profound, and takes readers to another realm altogether where their perception about death changes. Judith Fein speaks of her travels around the world and her experiences with birth, death, marriage, communicating with the departed, and the afterlife in an engaging way that will pull readers into the book. There are step-by-step instructions on how to communicate with the dead as readers travel with her to Japan, Tunisia, Manaus, Ukraine, South Africa, Italy, and other places. The Things to Think About Or Discuss chapter is a good one to ponder, especially for those who have lost a loved one, and to delve into the topic of spirit communication. I found it fascinating to look beyond what exists in this world. The author's words are inspiring, comforting, and healing. Judith Fein gives hope and happiness to many readers out there who have lost a loved one by showing them how to reach out and communicate with them.