Original Title: The Dream SpinnersDo you believe in ghosts? Do you believe there is more to life than what we can see? If you enjoy books such as "The Death and Life of Charlie St. Cloud," "True Believer" and "What Dreams May Come" you will love "The Dream Spinners." Book includes a Reader's Guide for your discussion group or your own use. What if it turned out that all you've believed about death until now is only a trick of shadows and mirrors? Would that understanding open doors for you-onto new possibilities, freedom and peace of mind? There'd be no more goodbyes, but instead an understanding we are eternal beings, here for a short time to enjoy adventures, and create love and expansion before we go home again. No one is ever "lost" to us. They are always here with us, willing and eager to interact when we get on the same level of vibration they exist on. In our minds we can visit them. And in our dreams. The Dream Spinners is the compelling story of four people whose lives intersect and intertwine through space and time. It could easily be a true story. Some elements will strike close to home, or may sound like they happened to a friend of yours. Be willing to listen with your eyes and watch with your ears as the engrossing tale unfolds layer upon layer and the ripples of coincidence turn out to be part of a much more valuable pattern. If you enjoy Richard Matheson's "What Dreams May Come" you will resonate with this story about life and life-after-life, and the blurred line between the two. The old worldview (that life happens to us according to fate, bad luck, happenstance, and we are tasked with the difficulty of grabbing a bit of happiness where we can) says we should mourn our loved ones for the rest of our own natural life. The new quantum worldview explains our connectivity with one other and the universe. We create the reality we perceive, we become what we think about with the most emotion and the greatest degree of belief. In this novel, you are invited to take a new look at the aftermath of loss, and see how you can shift your perspective along with Jemma, Andy and Marybeth, the three who are caught up in a seemingly accidental triangle of death and destruction. In this novel, "The Dream Spinners," a grieving mother at first rejects the idea that her deceased son is communicating with her when she's sleeping, but as the tale unfolds she opens herself to a new perception about who she is. It takes her son a lot of creativity and persistence, plus help from friends and guides on the Other Side, to get past his mom's logical thinking habits and skepticism about things that cannot be proved by standard scientific methods. She gains an understanding that most of us learned to squash in childhood as we began conforming to the logical thinking habits of our historical culture: only believe what you can see! If you have been struggling to resolve grief of any kind (bereavement, pet loss, divorce, empty nest, severe illness, upheaval in your lifestyle), you can learn to release the pain and create joy in your life. Through the characters in the story, the author shares the healing process we can all access to learn from those dark nights of the soul, and expand into more love and compassion.