Another Part of Me

  • by Debbie S
  • Narrated by April Grace Lowe, Craig Jessen
  • 6 hrs and 42 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

They say everyone has one. But could it be real? Maybe instead I was like the psychic girl who was connected to the killer in the movies or like Sybil, the girl in the movie that had multiple personalities? Those were the questions I was asking myself when Michael Jackson was being accused of child molestation in 1993. It had been happening all my life. Thoughts and undercurrents of conversations. Meetings and knowings about a famous pop star that I had never met. It sounded crazy.
Who would have believed it? But when the Michael Jackson I knew asked me to meet him and the local television station reported it, I could no longer ignore the truth. Little did I realize then that I was not just picking up on a pop star, he was a part of me. Twin Souls have been in existence from the beginning of time. Literally being part of the same soul, they carry with them the same vibrational frequency.
Like the yin/yang symbol, each also carries with them the essence of the other, allowing emotions, thoughts, and spiritual energies to blend together, slowly coming back into the state of union that they were from the beginning of their creation. Another Part of Me - An Extraordinary Tale of Twin Souls is a personal account of two people, two souls, who have crossed over countless planes of existence throughout time and join together in the present day to serve humanity together.
Everyone has heard of their “other half”, their soul mate, but few truly understand the spiritual significance of this other half of ourselves. Here in this memoir the journey is recounted, inviting the reader to look up public information, dates and news clippings allowing them to validate the findings for themselves and follow the path and discovery of this unique, but magical part of us all.


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The title was appealing and the beginning as well but then it started to mention Michael Jackson as the twin soul and dialogs with God, and Saint Mary... in a simplistic way...
Not impressive... and misleading...
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- Ziad Daccache

Book Details

  • Release Date: 19-04-2013
  • Publisher: Deborah Stefaniak