The Universe Speaks
A Heavenly DialogueBook - 2011
On December 23, 2007, a small private plane carrying author Kim Klein's thirteen- year-old daughter, Talia, Talia's father and her best friend crashed into the side of a volcano in Panama, killing all on board except the friend. A month after Talia's death, while on his way to her memorial service, Klein's friend G. received the following message:
Tell my mom I'm OK.
Yes, tell my mom I'm OK.
OK, I will when I see her.
TELL MY MOM I'M OK
I will, I promise
It sounded like an everyday message from a daughter to her mother--but it was not so everyday. And in the coming days and months Talia continued to speak from the afterlife, bringing us The Universe Speaks.
Presenting first-hand, unequivocal accounts of "Heaven" and what it's like to transition from the physical world to non-physical realms, The Universe Speaks offers peace to those who fear death, insight into our lives on Earth and the world beyond, and understanding to anyone who has been affected by tragedy. Talia teaches us that the conversations between the spirit world and those of us in physical bodies are as normal and natural as any conversation. And that death is a gateway into a new realm of life.
We also learn much about Talia--she describes her dramatic death, who she was on Earth, how Kim's unique style of parenting influenced her, how her teachers and friends viewed her, and how her extraordinary level of maturity seems to have carried over into the spirit world, giving her the status of teacher rather than student.
And we learn about the author, Kim Klein, the remarkable, well-educated lawyer, businesswoman, and mother, who did not believe in God, the soul, or the spirit world-- until her world was turned upside down and she was given no choice but to transform.
The Universe Speaks offers an exciting, compassionate, and realistic look at what life is like on the other side. It teaches us more about the reality in which we live and shows us that we, too, have the capacity to communicate with loved ones who have died.