Heaven Held: An Angelic Account of Children in Transition
by Suzanne Gene Courtney
This book was written nearly twenty years after the tragic passing of the author’s son, Daniel, on the Big Island of Hawaii, his birthplace.
From devastation to personal soul awareness growth and development, Suzanne was able to connect with her departed son, who is now a Light Being Guide working with children in the first stage of Heaven, called Transition. The children are filled with awe and wonderment which this book imparts to the parents who mourn their child’s departure. Daniel eloquently, but simply, describes this Place where life and love never die. Heaven Held will embrace the human heart and connect it to the Highest Source for healing and assurance that All is Well.
About the Author
A retired elementary teacher from Michigan, Suzanne now resides in Austin near her children and grandchildren. She is an author/illustrator, Reiki Master, Crystal Healer, and Grief Coach.
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“Suzanne Gene Courtney’s spiritual account of her communication with her deceased son is a moving and uplifting testament to love, hope, and faith. Like her other works– Through the Eyes of a Dove and Ride to the Stars– Ms. Courtney has managed to draw on her inner-strength and godliness to inspire those suffering from grief. Heaven Held is unique in the author’s oeuvre in that it is a direct conversation with her son, illuminating the afterlife– and, particularly, the salvation of children– through a touching communion with her own, now angelic, child. The book, however, is not simply a series of accounts; it is, in its own way, a manual for living with grief, an instruction guide for how one should think about death, the proper mind frame for the bereaved, and the types of questions one should ask. Both a personal journey and a universal imperative to find grace and meaning, Heaven Held is sure to raise the spirits of those in pain.” – Charles Asher, Phi Beta Kappa Review
“We are pleased to announce that your book, Heaven Held, is a winner in the 2017 IAN Book of the Year Awards! When judging completed, Heaven Held, was selected as a Finalist in one category: “Spiritual / Inspirational.'” – IAN Book of the Year