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Soaring Dove Connection's mission is to offer an array of holistic and metaphysical services which connect the body, mind and spirit, lighting the way towards healing.
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I have been privileged to listen to or work with or mentor with or study under some excellent spiritual teachers; I have worked with psychics and intuitives as a daily part of my life since 1975.  
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A happy person is not a person in a certain set of circumstances, but rather a person with a certain set of attidtudes. 
Hugh Downs
Death is nothing else but going home to God,
the bond of love will be unbroken for all eternity.

Mother Teresa
The bitterest tears shed over graves
are for words left unsaid and deeds left undone.

Harriet Beecher Stowe
Soaring Dove Connection
Lighting the way towards healing in the world
April 2010
Soaring Dove

Jane Murphy Smith
When my mom passed seven months ago, I was overwhelmed with a range of emotions: heart wrenching sadness; panic that I'd be without a mom; heartache for my father's  loss of his wife of 45 years; relief that she was free of discomfort and being in a cancer-infested body; anger that she had to go in this manner; anxiety and resentment about the visitation and the funeral process, and the unavoidable depth of intensified emotion of final goodbyes; and the hard-core reality of life without mom afterwards - the absence of her presence in the house, our responsibilities for her care, the "what now" confusion of how to move forward in life without her.
I sought support from a local grief support group and it intensified the grief process for me, but validated I was "normal" within it. Less than a month after my mom passed, my dear friend and teacher, Deb Sheppard, did a medium reading for me. While I had felt mom around me, and talked to her often, having a reading from someone who was emotionally detached supported my ability to cope with the loss. I felt relief that she was fully relishing in her new spiritual form after living the last year in a deteriorating body. I found comfort to know she'd reunited with her father, who she'd missed terribly since he passed when she was in her twenties. The grief intensified some after the reading, but I worried less about my mom's state of being and focused more on getting on with my life. It was the push I needed to keep moving through the loss process. Knowing she was okay, I was empowered to pull myself up by the bootstraps and move forward in life. My mom had in her new Life, and so must I.
Today I still have moments where as if for the first time I realize mom is gone from this Earthly Realm. I miss terribly my "talking it out" partner when I feel life challenges weighing me down, and more than anything, I miss her comforting hugs. Energetically, I feel her often, especially when I'm in need of mothering. And I go to the graveside and lay in the grass beside her headstone when I need to feel physically close to her. She's not really there, but she has a peaceful spot overlooking the countryside that's perfect for talking out my troubles aloud with her, even if the only response I receive are her whispers of love in the wind.
I love and miss you too, mom.

With love and light, 

Candles & FlowersMedium Readings: Connecting With Loved Ones on the Other Side

Medium readings are a wonderful way to connect with a parent, child, significant other or dear friends who suddenly departed from this world or after a long-term illness.  These losses are devastating, no matter the exit, and for those of us left behind, we often wonder if our loved ones are okay, pain-free and in peace.  For some of us, we have unfinished business with a loved one, such as apologies and final "I want you to know" messages.  For others, we are left wondering, "Did they hear me tell them I love them and goodbye?" "Did we do enough to keep Mother comfortable?"  "Are they okay with how we managed the estate distribution?" Or, "Did we make the right decisions around their organ donations?"
In my work with clients, I'm honored to help reconnect their hearts with their loved ones, assist in filling in the blanks of what happened surrounding their death, and/or reassuring them that their loved one is at peace after an uncomfortable and long death process.  I am continually amazed by who all "shows" up for readings; old friends from the Army days, elementary school teachers and even, childhood neighbors and friends.
Knowing when to have a medium reading to connect with a crossed loved one is up to the client, and depends on the grief process. If one is really hurting over the loss, knowing a loved one is safe, not in pain but at peace can provide reassurance that eases and facilitates the grieving process. For others, waiting for a while may be appropriate. Clients that are considering medium readings must search and know their hearts before going into a reading. The readings may be simultaneously emotional and comforting, and a wonderful way to help you find peace in your own grieving heart. They can be a meaningful step towards healing the pain around your loss, so you may move on with your own life.
If you are interested in learning more about medium readings, and connecting with a loved one, please call Carolyn at 812-430-2224 for more information and/or to set up a medium reading session.  Medium readings may be done by phone or in person.



Excerpt from Oneness: Great Principles Shared by All Religions, by Jeffrey Moses
We are Known by Our Deeds, Not by Our Religion
Since the publication of the first edition of Oneness, several people have told me that they read aloud the sayings for this principle at the funeral of a family member.  In so doing, they wanted to emphasize the positive aspects of their loved one's life, which was demonstrated by his or her care and respect towards others.
Deeds performed solely for the good of others reveals a person's true inner spirituality, even if that person is not outwardly spiritual or a member of an organized religion.
Inner life is the basis for outer activity. Our actions are the mirror of our true inner selves. We need look no deeper than a person's outer activity to see the degree of inner spiritual achievement.
God will not ask a man of what race he is.  He will ask what he has done. Sikhism, Adi Granth, vol. 2, 162
God will render to every man according to his deeds. Christianity, Romans 2:6 KJV; 
One hour of good deeds in this world is better than the whole of life in the world to come. Judaism, Talmud, Nezekin, Pirke Aboth
Deeds speak louder than words. Assiniboine, Native American, Zona
No Brahmin is a Brahmin by birth.  No outcaste is an outcaste by birth.  An outcaste is an outcaste by his deeds.  A Brahmin is a Brahmin by his deeds.   Buddhism, Sutta Nipata, 1.7
Editors Note:  Over the next several months, I will share these ideas of Oneness, aspiring to build Unity v. divisiveness; raising awareness of our similar core truths in religious and spiritual beliefs v. standing in judgment and condescension of the differences; facilitating the embrace of differences v. standing convicted in ignorance and narrow-mindedness. Without Unity, we can not heal individually, nor can we collectively heal our world.  We can not live, express and exemplify God, that which is the Greatest Love of All.  As Children of God, we have more in common with each other than we realize, in every way.
Jeffrey Moses holds an M.A. in the philosophy of education from the University of Colorado at Boulder, and spent more than twenty years researching the world's greatest scriptures.  To visit the Oneness website, go to
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