Author Matthew McKay is a psychologist, a believer in science, and a skeptic who has been given knowledge far beyond anything he hoped for or imagined.
Seeking Jordan is a spiritual adventure story — about McKay searching for and finding his murdered son. And, once in direct contact, getting knowledge about death, the spirit world, life purpose, and the nature of the visible and invisible universe that he never thought possible to possess.
“I want to emphasize one thing: Telepathy across the barrier of life and death is possible,” writes McKay. “In fact, it is easy. I have no special powers. I am not clairvoyant nor clairaudient. I do not see dead people. I am not privy to the future. Rather, I have merely learned to listen — using ritual and focused attention — to my boy.”
“The ones on the other side wait for us to listen, for the moment we are ready. . . . In the ways we seek to be heard, they seek to be heard. In the ways we watch helplessly while people we love dissolve and collapse, they watch us struggle, consumed by the illusion that we are alone,” writes McKay. “The angels, the people we love but cannot see, try to reach us. Within the first year or two after their death, there is often an outpouring of communication directed to friends, family, present and past relationships, even distant acquaintances — anyone who is receptive and able to receive the message. Such dreams, feelings, or whispered thoughts are often answers to questions. And if the person who needs the answer can’t hear it, usually someone else will.”
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