Features

A collection of excerpts, essays, articles, and stories Louise has written or referenced.

New York Stories: Jury Duty

Submitted by illuminator on September 2, 2003 - 10:12am

March 1999

I can ride the subway in NYC and observe greater diversity than I have encountered in any other megalopolis in the world—in my albeit limited travels. But participating in the “voir dire” phase of jury selection in three courtrooms has allowed me see more detailed profiles of residents from Manhattan (predominantly from Harlem) and the Bronx.

Healing Relationships Beyond Time and Death

Submitted by admin on August 19, 2003 - 9:12am

In Louise's ability to see beyond time and death, she is able to show how patterns that originate in our childhood do continue to repeat themselves and influence relationships in the present. Many of our reactions and responses to others—in our personal and professional relationships—are shaped by fears and unresolved issues that we project from the past, as well as our tendency to obsess about the future, the unknown.

Your Fourth Dimensional Self: Accessing the Link

Submitted by admin on August 19, 2003 - 9:09am

We are in the midst of a tremendous acceleration in the expansion of consciousness, causing dramatic shifts in our perceptions of time and space, and of death. It is crucial for us to open up to this momentum of change and thereby facilitate our evolution into highly intuitive, "multi-sensory" beings.

It is necessary for the survival of our species that we trust our own ability to perceive beyond linear time, and to receive information that is available from beyond what we now understand as the "illusion" of death.

Living Outside of Linear Time

Submitted by admin on August 19, 2003 - 9:04am

Time truly does not exist, except in the way that we witness it. Through our perceptions, we experience still scenes that are not moving through time. Rather, this is our consciousness moving through these scenes, creating the perception of movement and time according to what our consciousness can perceive.

Dr. Elisabeth Kubler-Ross on John Edward

Submitted by illuminator on October 14, 2002 - 1:29pm

John hosts the syndicated TV show, Crossing Over With John Edward.

USA Weekend, October 11-13, 2002

Kubler-Ross, 76, is the pioneering author of On Death and Dying and many other books. During her work with terminally ill patients in the 1960's, she identified the now-famous five stages of death: denial, anger, bargaining, depression and acceptance. Originally, she was a non-believer in an afterlife, but her years of work with the dying convinced her of the possibility of communicating with the dead.