Matthew, Tell me about Heaven: A Firsthand Description of the Afterlife (Matthew Books Book 1)

Matthew, Tell me about Heaven: A Firsthand Description of the Afterlife (Matthew Books Book 1)

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By: Suzanne Ward

Purchased At: $9

A comprehensive look at Heaven that will change your life. Through a series of heartwarming telepathic conversations between Matthew Ward (who died at age 17) and his mother, we learn about the astonishing activity and diversity of life in the realm we call Heaven. Matthew clears up common misconceptions about the world where he lives (he says its proper name is Nirvana) and explains why, in this unprecedented time in the history of Earth, it is essential that we know the truth of our beginnings and our relationship with all of creation. Without that truth, we cannot understand either the purpose of our lives or how to prepare confidently and joyously for what is to come. TOPICS: Heaven's Location and Purpose. Residents and Visitors. Reception of Souls. Reunions with Loved Ones. Relationships. Children. Animals. Angels and Spirit Guides. Near-Death Experiences. Suicides. Food. Travel. Employment and Recreation. Cultural Resources. Education. Music. Buildings. Etheric Bodies. Lifeprint Review. Emotions. Communication between Heaven and Earth. The Effects of Prayer.
"Matthew, Tell Me about Heaven not only helps us to understand the beauty of the other side, but to learn how to bring that beauty to our own world." -- Bobbie Sandoz, Hawaii, author of "Listening to Wild Dolphins"
"The dialog between Matthew and his mother is nothing less than an instruction manual that can rescue the human race -- just in time. It should be printed in every language, and read by -- or to -- everyone from the age of seven upwards. It is probably the most complete picture the world has ever had of the Universe we all came from -- and to which we will all return when our lives here have run their course." -- Michael Joseph, London, writer and editor.
This tale differs from Dr Michael Newton's books. My impression is that Matthew is a young soul (young in soul development; I do not mean young in Earth years). He is on the "4th density" which seems to me to be one step above Earth, which is "third density" in his words. We might call it dimensions, but apparently "density" is the more correct term. His explanations of Nirvana/heaven are clear and comforting, as if this Nirvana is closer to Earth circumstances as, for example, the Hereafter as seen by Dr Newton's subjects. (Well, that's how it appeared to me; others might disagree). I enjoyed this book, although I wonder if the telepathic communications between Matthew and his mother was always bell clear, or whether her understanding and descriptions have been ever so slightly coloured by her still being earthbound. She does come across as very straightforward and honest, so who am I to doubt? (I did find that Matthew's explanation that the shield protecting Nirvana could be rent or torn -- very seldom, but it does happen -- and darker forces could then intrude, a little far-fetched. But then again, how small we are, how little we know!)

- Anonymous

Before I bought this book I already read about the afterlife via regression therapist Dolores Cannon's book. To my amazement and delight, the description of heaven (Nirvana) of Matthew tell Me About Heaven is identical to what Dolores Cannon's clients revealed under somnambulistic hypnosis. Clearly, if both authors describe Heaven in such an awesome detail, who are we and what knowledge do we have to reject their stories... I particularly like and prefer Suzanne Ward's book because it is more detailed and in-depth though.

Moreover, Matthew Tell me about Heaven is the only book I've read that explains the hierarchy in the Cosmos in a very understandable and concise way (the angelic realm, the galactic realm, creator, the archangels etc.). What I found revealing also and a real aha-moment is the difference between the words 'density' and 'dimensions'. Many sources and books talk about the 3rd or 5th dimensions, for example, while it's more correct (and scientific) to talk about density according to Matthew. Matthew explains this confusion. This explanation was a real eye-opener to me and reinforced my trust in Suzanne Ward as one of the most reliable channelers. I don't like channelers but when i read this book, I follow Suzanne Ward's messages carefully.

Also, there is a lot of consistency in Matthew's stories. The stories about his encounter with creatures of other civilizations are similar if not identical with what I already knew via the clients of Dolores Cannon and other authors or sources.

Anyway, I'm proud that at least 17 different (benevolent) civilizations are helping us to raise Mother Earth from her low 3rd density over the 4th density to the 5th density over time and that our planet will eventually be freed from the dark and low density we still are in. We have to take things in our own hands though because the extraterrestrials are not allowed to do things in our place (that's because of the universal Law of non-interference and our free will).

Over and over it's proven that what we learn(ed) at school or otherwise via mainstream media is totally flawed, manipulated, wrong and a waste of time. I feel very sorry for children who still learn the false concepts about religions, history etc. at school in this 21th Century. It's utterly insane and criminal.

We have been betrayed for too long already and it's really really time that this world awakens and learns to find out the real truth.

- Anonymous

I found Matthew while researching angels for a workshop I was presenting and was on Cosmic Gaia, a website. I was curious about what was " Matthew's Messages"? After reading some of the messages,which are "different" I ordered this book. Now I have presented workshops on Death and NDE 's and nothing prepared me for the detail that the boy gives to his Mother. My heart was breaking When she says to him "you died for a book".! This is an all encompassing explanation of the death experience, many things I knew already but the detail of Nirvana I did not. I have since bought all of the books, and am torn between believing and wanting to believe. But for any one who is grieving and holding on to souls who have gone on, it is a must read. The rest is open to beliefs. But I have picked up Matthew as a "friend" in heaven and think of his Mom as some one I wish I knew. This is a great read and I gave my copy to someone who grieves still for her child, 30 years later.

- Anonymous

It is not a book too short on information, but as I read it, I found myself wanting for it not to end. I kept flipping the book looking at how many pages were left for me to read...dreading the end of it, but it came! I always look forward to more information from Matthew via Suzy Ward. Somehow, I have no way of knowing if the information I am reading is true, but it definitely resonates with me. Matthew comes across matter-of-factly, and manages to answer questions I would have liked to ask him. Some sources label channeled information as Archonic manipulations, but I see nothing negative about the information from this book. It can probably be used to promote our illusory reality as more than what it is, but I would like to believe that the readers of this kind of information are open-minded enough to know all the other schools of thought about our reality.

- Anonymous

I used to edit and post Suzanne Ward's channeled messages from her son, Matthew, for a Canadian blog site. Of the many dozens of channelers that I edited or rejected she always showed up as one of the clearest and most genuine of the lot. The content of Matthew's messages is simple, straight-forward and profound. This book is Mrs. Ward's first in a series and I highly recommend them all. This is the pulse of New Age understanding of Heaven and Earth and how we each relate. I only wish there were more "Matthew books"!

- Anonymous

I am still reading it, so my review is based on what I've read till now. I will update when I finish reading...
Somethings are believable, but some do not add up. It might be the case of each individual experiences.
I have lost recently my Mother, and the relation in between us when she was a life was fractured but never broken, and very soon after her departure I need it help as I was on the way to lose my husband too, so I was in despair. My mother helped me and is fact as my husband was in delirium state in hospital talking to her with loud voice. I was not shocked to hear my husband replying to my Mother in the hospital bed, and she did come to me exactly as this tragedy was going on and docs put my husband in a side room to die which I did not agree with. BTW in case you wonder, he is still a life after 8 month since docs put him in a side room.
She is looking taller now as Suzanne has written what her son Matthew said, but not really 30-35 years old, more in her 50's. My best friend Father appeared to him in a dream, and he was older than when he died, so it does not add up at all regarding age.
I believe if the bond and love is at pick, you have more chances to communicate earlier than years, with me happen at days, so I feel privileged!

Its hard to understand everything she written until now, so I keep going back to read again, sometimes 3-4 times. Obviously I miss my Mother, and I need to understand where she is now, so this book gives me a clue, and hope.
Its up to you if you want to believe or not, the sceptical in all of us is easy to discard what is written in this book, but I know that there is life after physical death, and if this is her experience, I applaud her for writing it!

- Anonymous

I enjoy true stories and this is sad but a helpful outcome. Not sure I believe all that is said in it but that's always up to the reader I think. I'm very glad that people who have suffered write books and share their stories and I find this helpful in understanding what other people have been through.

- Anonymous

Car really quick I’ve always loved this book so nice now to own my own copy , I think every one should have it opens the mind to great things

- Anonymous

This is a excellent book I could not put it down once I had started to read it. I have purchased the next book by him because I was so impressed. Would recommend to buy if you are interested in the Afterlife.

- Anonymous

this is my type of book. been a matthew fan for ages. ifind his words to be mind blowing to say the least.

- Anonymous

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