"Seven Steps to Heaven describes seven straightforward ways you can communicate with loved ones who have passed on. With warmth, wit, and wisdom, Joyce Keller demonstrates how rewarding it can be to initiate a dialogue with spirits of deceased people and animals. If you've ever felt a need to talk to someone who's died, this book will inspire you to stay in touch!" Cynthia Sue Larson, author of Aura Advantage and Karen Kimball & the Dream Weaver's Web.

How to Communicate with Your Departed Loved Ones In Seven Easy Steps

By Joyce Keller

Edited by Elaine Beardsley

Say Good-Bye Another Time.

Have you experienced a breeze in a closed room? A brush on the cheek when no one is there? A whisper that sounds like the voice of someone who has passed away? Perhaps it is just coincidence, or perhaps it is the beginning of spirit communication.

In Seven Steps to Heaven, noted Psychic-Counselor Joyce Keller clears up misconceptions about the afterlife, and reveals the various ways in which those who've crossed over make contact with us. With clarity and compassion, she shares for the first time her successful Connection Technique that makes it possible for anyone, whether or not they believe they have psychic ability, to bridge the divide between the living and the dead. Developed over a period of thirty years, Keller's Connection Technique involves seven simple and safe tools. Seven Steps to Heaven offers comfort and hope to everyone who has experienced the profound loneliness and sadness that comes with the loss of a family member, dear friend, or a pet

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“This book includes the true account of how the author was led to purchase an apartment in the shadow of the World Trade Center in the summer of 2001, just weeks before the attack. The reason will astonish you..”
- Publisher Review

“Those who have died are ready, willing and able to communicate with us. Joyce tells us, in a simple, straightforward way exactly how to bring about this contact. Simply put--it works!” - Melanie Ebersoll, Reviewer