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Filling in the Spaces Between the Lines
By August Goforth on February 9, 2014
Synchronistically, I read Isabelle’s book alongside a re-reading of Robert Lanza’s fascinating work, “Biocentrism” which introduces an innovative scientific worldview that life creates the universe instead of the other way around. A medical scientist, Lanza is one of few science pioneers who will ask the kinds of questions that make other scientists squirm because they have no provable answers to their assumptions. He is also unafraid to venture a little into the realm of life after death—but not too very far. Isabelle is not afraid to go as far as she can, and so much of what she reveals about this subject could greatly enhance and fill in the spaces between the lines of works such as Lanza’s. Through her book she joins the quietly but increasingly energetic, newly-emerging scientists-cum-mediums (and mediums-cum-scientists) who are connecting new scientific understandings with ancient spiritual awareness. Such forerunners will be able to help the left and the right hands to finally and consciously know what each is doing. As a scientist, Isabelle is able to present various current scientific theories in ways that will not overwhelm the reader, but instead pique the curiosity to find out more. So this is probably not a book to start reading in bed unless you can resist turning the next page when it’s time to turn out the light!
Her science is tempered with many personal anecdotes from her early years as a psychically precocious child and her adult experiences of mediumship and exploration into the discipline and uses of remote viewing. There is much warmth shared from her interrelationships with others interwoven throughout, and this gives a consistent feeling of light and humor—no gloom and doom about death will be found within these pages.
The reader will discover only joy and the calming wisdom that the adventure of life never ends and that we are never alone, even when making the trip from one realm to the next. One of her most recent personal anecdotes profoundly illustrates this, which involved the sudden transition of this writer’s young nephew and the simultaneous interaction of the author’s mediumship and the EVP skills of Rob Smith, well-known for his work in the field of “spirit rescue.” So often we want undeniable validation that there is much more going on than we can usually sense, and Isabelle is able to utilize this particular event in ways that will enable the reader to personally understand how such a “miracle” is possible, and then personally experience resonance in emotionally validating ways.
This wonderful book can only serve to encourage every reader to also set out on their own and also join with others to creatively explore mysteries that, while perhaps remaining hidden, should not be forbidden.
Explanations for Events Put in Simple Terms, February 21, 2014 By tanzie14
This book is fascinating because it covers many facets of the Consciousness in simple terms and then also gives the scientific meaning making it the same easy reading. It gives answers for many questions I have had through out my life. I love that she is writing for a very diverse group....religious, non religious, or any other belief system you have. She helps one to understand death and not to be afraid. The fact that she is a medium who does not want to know anything about her subject and asks for validations to give the person for whom she is doing the reading makes her readings credible. I would recommend this book to anyone with questions of those little episodes we experience, but cannot explain. The simple truth that she too is open to searching for answers such as her experience with Dustin, shows that she is willing to try, not knowing whether she will succeed or fail. She is not afraid to open herself up to the world. I loved this book and it's real experiences retold. I HIGHLY recommend this book to all.
A captivating and thought-provoking read !, April 29, 2015
By Don Fuller
I enjoyed this book very much. It's a page-turner that I couldn't put down. The author,Isabelle takes you on a journey of her life and how she came to understand that there was much more to consciousness than our normal way of viewing reality generally accepts. When she was 12 years old, one of her first experiences included her dad, a scientist whom was trying to debunk what to him was Isabelle's flight of fancy. What
happens leaves him speechless. She eventually became a psychic medium, but, having gotten the science bone from her father, does her work using a method that is much harder for the honest skeptic to be dismissive of. Chauffeton does not believe that anything is "paranormal" or not-normal in any way; so, her book is peppered throughout with how things "paranormal" might really work, using ideas gleaned from observations in the field of quantum physics. A very worthy read.