The Simple Philosophy Of Heaven
by Sally Woodmansee

The Simple Philosophy Of Heaven is the true story of the unbreakable bond between mother and son. A story of how even death cannot take our loved ones away. A tale of what happens when we die, about heaven, and how we can communicate with our family and friends who are there.

The book tells the story of my son, Tony Woodmansee. Tony was 20 when, on October 28, 2010, he was thrown through the windscreen of his friend's car and suffered catastrophic brain injury. On November 6, 2010, he died. I was 50 and had, up to then, dismissed anything that I perceived to be unexplained. I thought mediums took money from the bereaved and told people what they wanted to hear. But within hours of Tony's passing I became aware of grinding noises in my arm and hand. The sensations were powerful and continuous. I was put in touch with a medium who had been contacted by Tony on the day of his funeral.

The medium told me that Tony was moving my arm because he wanted me to try automatic spiritual writing. On January 8, 2011 I sat down with my shopping pad and asked Tony one question. He answered, and since then Tony has written with me every single day. He has filled almost 20 A4 notebooks, answering my questions about everything from what happens to babies who die to whether our loved ones in spirit prefer life here or there.

This book doesn't aim to tell you that Tony and I are more special than anyone else. It is a book for everyone that brings a message of equality. Tony and I have an essential task that we face together: to share news of a non-religious spiritual awakening that is coming to the world. If you would like to talk to me about this, please use the Contact page, my Facebook page, or Twitter.

I hope you enjoy the book and that if you have lost someone close to you, that it brings you comfort and hope. I look forward to connecting with you. -- Sally