Thursday, July 19, 2018

To Dance With Angels








Don and Linda Pendleton's contact with Dr. Peebles through the mediumship of Thomas Jacobson was life-changing for the authors.  As writers and researchers of many areas of the paranormal, their studies into near-death experiences (Don had two of his own), past life regression, spirit communication, miracles, angel encounters, was invaluable.  As a result of writing To Dance With Angels, both Don and Linda looked at life in a somewhat different way. The magic and beauty that they both believed life held, was intensified by their new discoveries as they communicated with Dr. Peebles through Thomas Jacobson. 
When the book was published nearly three decades ago, the authors wrote: "This was a book that had to be written as we could not keep this information to ourselves."
Linda Pendleton states that over the years, readers have said that the spiritual psychology of Dr. Peebles has been not only inspirational, life-changing, and healing, but has given new understandings of life and death.  She is pleased to be able to continue to share To Dance With Angels and the work of Thomas Jacobson and Dr. Peebles, as an e-book edition, as well as print.  It is the hope that To Dance With Angels will be considered a classic in spiritual literature for generations to come.
Linda Pendleton's fascination with the terrestrial life of Dr, James Martin Peebles led her to publish a follow-up book, Three Principles of Angelic Whispers.
~Linda Pendleton,
2018.        


Saturday, July 14, 2018

Guidance From Spirit


  
"We, in the spirit world, rejoice when we are able to give guidance.  We are always available to assist you on your journey, to present a point of view which may enable you to see more clearly, to reassure you that you are not alone, especially at your darkest moments." ~Dr. Peebles, Three Principles of Angelic Wisdom by Linda Pendleton  

 Available at Amazon; Print and Kindle

-Linda 



Monday, November 6, 2017

The old soul takes the road again.





I hold that when a person dies

His soul returns again to earth;

Arrayed in some new flesh-disguise,

Another mother gives him birth.

With sturdier limbs and brighter brain

The old soul takes the road again.



Such is my own belief and trust;

This hand, this hand that holds the pen

Has many a hundred times been dust

And turned, as dust to dust again;

These eyes of mine have blinked and shone

In Thebes, in Troy, in Babylon....

—John Masefield (from A Creed)



Wednesday, August 30, 2017

RIP: Louise L. Hay




Author, publisher, healer, metaphysical counselor, Louise L. Hay, passed away this morning at the age of 90.  I've had this 1984 book of Louise Hay's since 1987, at that time 19th printing with over 400,000 copies sold.  It's a classic best-seller and now 50 million copies have been sold.  In 1985, she began her support group for AIDs patients.  In 1987, she founded her publishing company, Hay House, which has grown into a very successful publishing company which has sold millions of books and products, featuring many well-known authors of works on healing, self-help, and inspiration.  Hay House has offices in California, New York, London, Sydney, Johannesburg, and New Delhi.

Don and I meet her once, and twice heard her speak.  She was inspirational and her affirmations have been helpful to many in grief, illness, and life's ups and downs.  She leaves with us quite a legacy.  

~Linda 

 


Friday, July 14, 2017

Journey to the Heart: Exploring the World of Spirit

Published today in Amazon Print and Kindle 


  Journey to the Heart




Welcome to the wonderful world of spirit.  Woven throughout this book is a broad spectrum of spiritual concepts, including three powerful spiritual principles given to us by a marvelous, witty, and loving spirit guide, Dr. James Martin Peebles. 



His three spiritual principles are valuable spiritual ideas easily incorporated into daily life. These principles allow one to attain love, healing, peace, and joy, along with meaningful and satisfying relationships. 



Contemporary thoughts about life and death, and the survival of love and consciousness following the release of the physical body, may make grieving and healing easier for many.



Linda Pendleton is the author of numerous books, including A Walk Through Grief: Crossing the Bridge Between Worlds; Three Principles of Angelic Wisdom; To Dance With Angels, and Whispers From the Soul: The Divine Dance of Consciousness, written with her husband, Don Pendleton. 




Tuesday, July 11, 2017

Softly With Love: Communicating With Your Spirit Guides and Angels, new book









Softly With Love
Communicating With Your Spirit Guides and Angels


We are never alone. We are surrounded by the love and guidance of the Divine Source and spirit guides and angels. You may discover how easily one can cross the spiritual bridge between worlds and enrich life with love, guidance, healing, and wisdom. 

Intuition is a Divine gift, and may be enhanced by fine-tuning our innate psychic ability. It can serve as a guiding force in our daily life. Learning to acknowledge and trust the whispers that come to us from the spirit world, can be invigorating to our sense of self as a spiritual being.

The veil between worlds continues to become more transparent. Softly With Love explores what is considered by some to be paranormal, while others consider the experiences to be extraordinary and awe-inspiring, but within the norm of the human experience. Dialogue with loved ones through the veil – be that your guide, angel, or a deceased loved one, can be comforting. For many, the insight that love survives the shedding of the physical body brings peace. 


Linda Pendleton is the author of numerous books, including A Walk Through Grief: Crossing the Bridge Between Worlds; Three Principles of Angelic Wisdom; To Dance With Angels, and Whispers From the Soul: The Divine Dance of Consciousness, written with her husband, Don Pendleton. 



Saturday, July 8, 2017







“What if you slept, and what if in your sleep you dreamed, and what if in your dream you went to heaven and there plucked a strange and beautiful flower, and what if when you awoke you had the flower in your hand? Ah, what then?”



~Samuel Taylor Coleridge, (1772-1834)



 

Sunday, June 18, 2017

Reincarnation






“I have been here before, but when or how I cannot tell:
I know the grass beyond the door,
The sweet keen smell, the sighing sound,
The lights around the shore.”
~Dante Gabriel Rossetti, (1828-1882),
English Painter, Poet



Monday, June 12, 2017

Love



 

“Love begins in your heart–and love returns to your heart. Allow it to flow unrestricted and unencumbered. That is when you will feel the joy of living.” ~Angelic Guide, Elizabeth, channeled by Linda Pendleton

Thursday, May 11, 2017

How Thin the Veil! 150 Years of Spiritualism



Just published Now in Print.  Also in Kindle and Audiobook
 
Many of us are still searching for answers about life: Who are we? Why are we here? What happens when we leave here? Will we see our loved ones again? And for some, the questions may be broader such as: Have I been here before? Will I return at some future point? Why did I come back?

In about 1850, Spiritualism reached a high interest and continued for a number of years, not only in America, but world-wide. The poets, philosophers, artists, politicians of the time, along with the ordinary man and woman, in surprising numbers came to accept spirit communication as a comforting and fulfilling life experience.

Within my new print book, How Thin The Veil! 150 Years of Spiritualism, you will read about the early days of Spiritualism and how it became a new era that brought with it a profound understanding of human destiny after death, and of the relationship between heaven and earth.

Many historical figures considered themselves Spiritualist, some more openly than others. One of our greatest Presidents, Abraham Lincoln communicated with spirit on the Other Side through mediums and referred to spirit as “our friends from the upper country.” It has often been said his writings and speeches were inspired by spirit, especially his Emancipation Proclamation.

The veil between worlds continues to grow thinner, communication is increasing, and part of the increase in communication may be a result of fear being released, and openness prevailing. Curiosity, yes, but probably more than that when intuition is allowed to have a role in everyday life. 

Linda 

Thursday, April 6, 2017

Harriet Beecher Stowe and her Vision






 Harriet Beecher Stowe, (1811-1896), American Author, Abolitionist 

Supernormal powers do not always connote formal mediumship or spectacular displays.  Harriet Beecher Stowe once remarked that Uncle Tom's Cabin was "given to her–it passed in vision before her.  She had to tell it as it came, and suffered in so doing."  She had also attested to her belief in spiritual forces.  She wrote, "One of the deepest and most imperative cravings of the human heart, as it follows its beloved ones beyond the veil, is for some assurance that they still love and care for us. They have overcome, have risen, are crowned, glorified; but still they remain to us, our assistants, our comforters, and in every hour of darkness their voice speaks to us."

~Excerpt from my book, "How Thin the Veil!  150 Years of Spiritualism."
Kindle and Audio.  Soon coming to print.  

~Linda 

Saturday, March 18, 2017

Psychic Medium John Edward, Interview




This is a wonderful interview of psychic medium, John Edward by Fern Ronay.  It's a long interview, but very enjoyable.  I just listened to it again.  I believe I have posted previously on my blog, but that's okay.  

I believe he is the best psychic medium we have. His website is www.johnedward.net

Enjoy.
 

Monday, January 23, 2017

Taylor Caldwell and her Writing




I had pulled the Jess Stearn book, The Search for a Soul: Taylor Caldwell's Psychic Lives, (1973) from my book shelf a bit ago, as I had done a FB post about author, Taylor Caldwell.  In Stearn's book, I had to smile and appreciate this, especially as a native Californian.  In a discussion with Caldwell, he asked her if she wanted to be hypnotized. She answered, "If anybody can manage it."  He said, "If they can’t do it in California, it can't be done anywhere."  She replied, "And why California, pray?"  With laughter, he said, "The atmosphere is so electric out there that even the people think they're spirits."
Taylor Caldwell's writing intrigues me. I'll always remember a TV interview she did back in the late 1950s, in which she spoke of not knowing where her ideas came from and that she felt as if she was doing "automatic" typing, as if a "Presence" (what she called it) guided her fingers. She often claimed that she had no idea how the facts within her books came to her. It was especially evident in her book, Dear and Glorious Physician, Later in a book by Jess Stearn, she talked of the "Presence," who communicated with her. She was also known to be psychic. That TV interview, which I watched with my Dad, has always stuck with me--it fascinated me then, and now. Part of the reason may be that I've always believed in past lives, and contact with the other side, and having some psychic ability myself, makes it easier to understand.


  ~Linda

Thursday, December 29, 2016

Touched by Psychic Edgar Cayce


"Humanity is pleading, yearning for knowledge.  Inquirers are still asking, 'If a man dies shall he live again?  And if he live, why may we not know it?'" ~Dr. James Martin Peebles



Many years ago, I read the Edgar Cayce book, There is a River, the Story of Edgar Cayce by Thomas Sugrue, which, for me was probably life changing, offering new perspectives on life and death.

I’m not sure what year I first read the book, maybe late 1950’s. It is very possible my father had it in his paperback collection when I was in junior high or high school. If I did not read it then, it would have been not long after.

Dr. Christiane Northrup, M.D., best-selling author, and in the past a frequent guest on Oprah, had this to say about Cayce: "The story of Edgar Cayce has inspired me from the time I was 12 years old. As one of the first well-studied medical intuitives, his work and his life helped blaze the path for the future of medicine."

Cayce also helped blaze the path for spiritual understanding and awareness. I have discovered that There is a River, has been life-changing for many people.   I’ve heard time and again from friends, acquaintances, and from fan mail, how they felt so inspired by the book, and that it put them on a spiritual journey to new discoveries about life.  

As my husband, Don Pendleton and I, wrote in our book, Whispers From the Soul, the Divine Dance of Consciousness, in regards to Edgar Cayce: “Whatever the source of Edgar Cayce's spectacular gifts, they have provided new windows through which ordinary people may perceive reality and often transform their lives. We all are richer because of Edgar Cayce.”


Tuesday, December 27, 2016

Using Your Intuition for Well-being





Within our bodies we have a vast communication network.  It has been long understood that the brain communicates with the body but recent medical research is now showing that messenger molecules, the route through which intelligence moves through the body, are intimately linked to every cell and that a never-ending stream of information in both directions is moving between the mind and body.  

Our emotions must be regarded as both physical and mental when we understand that there is intelligence, or mind, in every cell of the body.

Every thought, emotion, image, memory, and deed, effects the totality of our being, moment by moment.  Within us lies the intelligence of not only mind but body and soul, and we have the power to consciously influence facets of that trinity. 

Your natural intuition can help you to know how your body is and what it would like you to know. Do you listen to what your body is telling you?  Do you ask it what you should know?  Are you aware of the energy flow within your body? 

The most meaningful and powerful medicine you can receive is to allow your inner intelligence to speak to you, and to listen.

Have there been times when your body “told” you something and you choose to ignore its message? 

Do you take advantage of exercise, meditation, positive thought, good sleep, and good nutrition to help with stress, worry, frustration, and work?

Do you allow your body, mind, and spirit the needed time for rest, nourishment, and restoration. 

Do you strive for a joyful attitude? 

Quiz:  As you look over these comments decide how they apply in your life and rate them:  Always, Often, Never.     

1.  I overwork.
2.  I get a good night’s sleep.
3.  I have a chronic physical condition that I monitor carefully.
4.  I am often accident prone.
5.  I often have headaches.
6.  I often have muscle tension. 
7.  I exercise regularly.
8.  When I have a cold or the flu I rest.
9.  I awaken looking forward to a new day.
10.  I eat meals on a regular schedule.
11.  I listen to my intuition.
12.  I put trust in my inner-knowing.
13.  I am aware of energy within my body.
14.  I am in tune with my body.
15.  I am open to receiving messages.
16.  I love the synchronicity of life.
17.  I give out positive thought and energy. 
18.  I feel joy in being alive.
19.  I create my reality with my perceptions.
20.  I know who I am and what my gift is to give.  

 Copyright Linda Pendleton
  
 
 

Saturday, December 3, 2016

How Thin the Veil! 150 Years of Spiritualism, now in Audiobook

  
“At some future day it will be proved, I cannot say when and where,that the human soul is, while in earth life, already in an uninterrupted communication with those living in another world.” ~ Immanuel Kant (1724-1804), Philosopher


My ebook, How Thin the Veil! 150 Years of Spiritualism, is now an audio book, narrated by Tim Danko, who has done several of my nonfiction books. 

 It is at Amazon, Audible.com and iTunes.










 Listen to Sample




Monday, June 20, 2016

Orbs in my Grandfather's One-Room Schoolhouse







This is the interior of an old barn that was once a one room schoolhouse in Gilbert, Iowa.  The school had originally been on my great-grandparents farm land in Gilbert, Iowa.  My grandfather, Arthur, and his older brother, Roy, attended school there in about 1894-1899.  The schoolhouse was moved across the highway at some point in those early years and became a barn when school was moved into town.  The photos were taken for me in recent years by a couple who lived nearby in Gilbert and offered to send me photos.  As you see, orbs fill the photo.  Could it be that my ancestors are visiting the one room schoolhouse?--And maybe they purposely (personally) made their presence visible for me?    





and the exterior photo

 

Wednesday, June 15, 2016

Angels







“Life has it ups and downs.  When you are down,


the angels are waiting to lift you up.”



–Linda Pendleton 


Sunday, April 17, 2016

The Energy of Intuition






“Intuition is a spiritual faculty and does not explain,
but simply points the way.”
~Florence Scovel Shinn (1871-1940), Author


It is my hope that we are now coming into an age of new spiritual understanding where we can welcome and accept the gift of Aknowing@ that we are often given, no matter how subtle that gift may be.  We are immortal, eternal spirits.    
Those gifts not only make life more joyous, grief easier, but help to remove the fear of death that has been placed culturally as an obstacle to spiritual growth and understanding.  We do know who we are.  We just have to bring that knowing, our remembrance, to the forefront.  An increasing number of people are achieving that while in the body.  And for those who do not rediscover the knowing, they will know without doubt one day, as they pass into another state of being.  
It is wise to use our intuition to access our body’s subtle energies for greater wellness. This sacred energy is with us at birth, throughout life, and continues after death—it’s a marker of our soul’s journey. We must learn to draw upon it.
We all may use our intuition for guidance, and for the wealth of knowledge that can be revealed to us from the spirit world.  We must learn to listen with our gut instead of our heads.  We must learn to listen with our hearts instead of our minds, and we must believe in our intuitive sense.
So the next time your intuition speaks to you, listen, trust in it, and be guided by it.  The sense of comfort it brings is very well worth it. 

~Linda