Inuit legend says the Aurora Borealis are the torches in the hands of our Ancestor Spirits, lighting the way for the souls of those who have just died, to lead them to the hereafter, a place where illness and pain are no more.
I’ve always been fascinated by the Aurora Borealis. It seems to be an energy that comes from a heavenly realm that somehow touches our earthly senses and existence. And much like the Inuit and other First Nation cultures, I feel like I have a spiritual connection with my ancestors, my family members who have passed through the gate of Heaven. I seem to have an innate intuitive understanding of this passage between worlds, this transition that is called “death.” Mostly in our society people fear death as the end of life. It is my hope that people will read my book and through my story gain a broader, richer, more loving and comforting perspective about death.
If you have wondered about the aging and transitions of your loved ones, or if you know someone who has lost someone dear to them, I offer my book and my experiences as “evidence of things not seen” and the idea that death truly can be a fascinating journey of enlightenment.