Conversations Between Life and Afterlife
Alzheimer’s Disease causes Pete to lose the ability to speak and understand others.
So how is his sister talking to him?
When Pete was asleep, Elizabeth was in hypnotic trance, communicating through a psychic practice known as automatic writing. Bigger Pete is Elizabeth Bodien’s parapsychological memoir about communicating with her brother over the last eight years of his life—and into the afterlife.
Families and friends of people with Down syndrome will relish the loving communication between Pete, who had Down syndrome, and his sister Elizabeth. Caregivers of people with late-stage Alzheimer’s will also recognize their own struggles in this personal story. Others in conversation with Elizabeth include Pete's deceased parents and Pete's higher self, identified as Bigger Pete.
How can you communicate with someone who has passed on? In Bigger Pete: Conversations Between Life and Afterlife, Bodien addresses the question by writing from her personal experience and aiding those dealing with the loss of a loved one.
Are you curious about what happens when people die and what happens next? Bigger Pete might not have the only answer, but it does have at least one answer.
Page Count: 244
Trim Size: 6 x 9
Publish Date: July 13, 2023
Imprint: Ars Metaphysica
Genre: Family Memoir