The Theosophical
Society in Australia

Melbourne Lodge

Melbourne Lodge

Manchester House 1st Floor 234 Flinders Lane Melbourne 3000 VIC

Meet the author Elizabeth Robinson

Bookshop event, 2.00 - 3.00 pm, 27 October 2018.

Venue:Melbourne Lodge

there are no goodbyes 27 October in the bookshop

About the Book

We live in a society that teaches us that contact with those who have passed does not exist. We have a medical model that for the most part labels these as aberrant experiences. In this deeply moving account, Elizabeth shares her extraordinary path to self-awareness. Tracing her journey from practicing privately and in hospitals in Australia, to living and working in the U.S.A, and returning to Sydney. She outlines experiences with clients and colleagues who have passed, and the insight and comfort that those experiences provide to those still living.

There Are No Goodbyes firmly makes the case that we are spiritual beings having a human experience. The phenomenal accounts in this book help us realise that there is no need to fear death, as we are all immortal and innately spiritual beings, connected eternally by the power of unconditional love.

About the Author

From a young age, trained counsellor Elizabeth Robinson was aware of being able to sense and know beyond the five senses. Her ability to see beyond the veil into the spiritual realm has allowed her to illuminate and articulate what holds people back from expressing their true potential.


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