A spiritual conversation between a Sister and her Brother after his untimely death.
Nicole Suzanne Brown’s book – “Passing Through Time”
is a beautiful breath of fresh Energy.
It encapsulates Spiritual Philosophy
and Spiritual Truths succinctly, and in
such a way that really guides the reader through what
may otherwise be very esoteric information.
Donna Nelson – www.TheSpiritualAdventures
“Passing Through Time is ‘conversations with God’on a more intimate, realistic scale.I love that Jason indicates to Nicole that life is
the ‘illusion’, and death a kind of ‘reality’.
Regardless whether or not you believe in
life after death, it’s an interesting take on
the philosophy of life. – “Aishah Macgill. Australian Writers Rock
His death of a heart attack at 29 years of age was a sudden shock to his loved ones. It was days later that he started to communicate with his sister Nicole.
Every ones passing is unique and personal and Jason describes what each one see’s and most importantly feels, whether it is a child or the elderly, an accident or suicide.
- Jason brings an awareness of what we have lost; our connection to each other, and urges each and everyone of us to know we have never been alone, and never will be. He urges all who read his words to communicate with their loved ones now and after their passing.
- He teaches all of us about Colours and Energy.
- That Angels really do exist and how you can drawn them to you.
- What is the God-Force/God-Self within each one of us?
Laced within each chapter is a journal quote from Jason and Nicole’s Mother Diane.Passing through Time is for all ages, all beliefs, and especially for all those who know that the love of another who passes never dies.
I am a spiritual person with great belief that things happen in life for a reason, life lessons, growth and evolvement! After the recent death of our son Mitchell, only 18, in a car accident, I have experienced his passing like no other, right from the time of his death I have felt very clear, my feelings quite different to the path of grief that people usually follow. I have been perceived by others as to strong, that my failing would come, observers and so called friends convinced that I will crash and burn and fall into a pit of despair! Why was I handling things in my stride so full of strength, knowing and love I would ask myself… I questioned my heartfelt inner knowing.. because society says you must grieve this way or you will fall! I spoke with a friend who sent me this book, called Passing through Time, on reading the first few pages I felt at peace that my path of ‘not the norm’ was as it should be. I knew Mitchell was fine, but as I read on I just knew truthfully that he was on his way in another dimension. I knew he is always around, but reading this was reassuring my knowing. I have shared this book with numerous others who have been touched by death and everyone thus far has found it helpful in their grief and understanding. After all everything is a choice in life and what we choose to do and how we choose to grieve is up to us. I truly recommend this book to anyone that has lost someone in their lives or knows of someone that has lost someone. Try it, you have nothing to lose and everything to gain! Love Light Hugs Donna-Lee Wynen, a Mother who lost her child Mitchell early January 2010
“Nicole Brown’s book – “Passing Through Time” is a beautiful breath of fresh Energy. It encapsulates Spiritual Philosophy and Spiritual Truths succinctly, and in such a way that really guides the reader through what may otherwise be very esoteric information. It was like re-connecting with a very wise friend. A Must-Read for anyone wanting to understand the Spiritual Dimensions of Life – this One and the Next!” – Donna Nelson – www.TheSpiritualAdventuresOf.com
“Passing Through Time is ‘conversations with God’ on a more intimate, realistic scale. A lot of questions one might pose to God, or what we as mortal humans have perhaps considered inwardly, quietly to ourselves, Nicole openly asks her brother Jason, who has passed away in the prime of his life, he tells Nicole his own personal spiritual life experiences from ‘the other side’. Nicole shows no fear in communicating with Jason, I would be a little uncomfortable in the same situation. However, she is perfectly comfortable sensing Jason’s presence. I love that Jason indicates to Nicole that life is the ‘illusion’, and death a kind of ‘reality’. Regardless whether or not you believe in life after death, it’s an interesting take on the philosophy of life. Nicole cleverly interspersed the stark reality of Jason’s sudden death via short takes from her Mum’s diary. A humbling reminder of the other side of death, that whilst Jason is happy and content, those left behind are struggling. An enlightening read. Comforting and reassuring, no matter which side of the fence you sit on regarding your own personal beliefs on the big question, does life after death exist?“ Aishah Macgill, co-founder Australian Writers Rock