This is part two of a two part interview with Irene Weinberg, author of They Serve Bagels in Heaven, who found love and proof of the afterlife. In part one, we learned about how Irene’s husband Saul was tragically killed in a car accident that also left Irene severely injured. As Irene began to heal and put the pieces of her life back together, her beloved Saul reached across the divide between the living and the dead, helping Irene to make positive changes that have affected her whole family. Those communications from the dead involved skilled psychics. Now I’ll confess I am still skeptical about such things, which you know if you’ve read my post “I’ll Have my Medium…Rare.” But Irene has no such doubts, and there is surely no debating she is one happy, energetic, joyful, and spirited woman. That comes through in spades in this part two of my interview with Irene Weinberg of They Serve Bagels in Heaven.
What you will learn from Ms. Weinberg:
- The psychic Leslie Lynn
- My doubts about mediums
- The psychic Jon Holland
- The book “Answers about the Afterlife: A Private Investigator’s 15-Year Research Unlocks the Mysteries of Life after Death” by Bob Olsen
- How I misquote Jesus and call his second commandment the first. Please forgive me dear baby Jesus.
- How to heal with toxic family members
- The importance of therapy
- Her therapist Dr. Ange DiBenedetto
- How families are like a mobile (when one piece moves, all the rest must too)
- The book “When Bad things Happen to Good People” by Harold S. Kushner
- The unfinished work of God
- The book “Your Soul’s Plan: Discovering the Real Meaning of the Life You Planned Before You Were Born” by Robert Schwartz
- The book “Many Lives, Many Masters: The True Story of a Prominent Psychiatrist, His Young Patient, and the Past-Life Therapy That Changed Both Their Lives” by Brian L. Weiss
- Kali, the Hindu god of destruction and creation
- My wish to come back as one of the many (many) men Cher married…the infamous bagel boy
- Final words by Gandhi
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