If you haven't seen Heaven Is For Real, I suggest checking it out. I wasn't sure what to expect from this movie, but I found it to be touching, profound at times, I did need kleenex here and there and the actor who portrays Colton, the little boy who visited heaven, is adorable. This movie raises a lot of very good questions and reflections. The father was conflicted - he preaches about heaven yet was having a hard time believing his son had been there. A woman struggled with the question of why her son died and Colton came back. I really liked how the father answered (paraphrasing): Do I love my son more than you love yours? Do you love your son more than I love mine? Do you think God loves one over another? What was probably my favorite point was towards the end of the movie when the father was preaching (and I'm paraphrasing): We see snippets of Heaven every day, but how often do we focus on the Hell? How true. We do have a choice where we place our perspective, where we focus our attention.
After the movie, I stopped by the restroom and heard a woman crying. I asked if she was ok and she said 'yes,' that it was a good reason she was crying. She had watched the same movie and said she "felt" her deceased mom and then was given a sign that left no doubt in her mind that it was her mom. She was absolutely overcome with surprise, joy, happiness and love for her mother. How beautiful is that? - Adrienne :)
Hello! I'm Adrienne Almamour, an empathic intuitive conduit. I assist people by detecting and clearing their subconscious emotional energy blockages. This blog is a commentary and reflection of life from an intuitive standpoint which also incorporates ways that allow us to be from our heart.