Descripción del producto
It all began with a murder!...
In 1983 Bob Lisker suffered a tragedy of biblical proportions. His wife, Dorka, had been brutally murdered in their Los Angeles home and his teenage son, Bruce, despite pleas of innocence, was convicted of the crime and sentenced to life in prison.
Tormented by the loss of his wife and his only son, this conservative attorney, former Marine and pillar of the community attempted to contact the spirit of his dead wife to find out who killed her. This set the stage for the extraordinary Afterlife communications his 2nd wife, Joy Mitchell Lisker, received after he died.
According to Joy, Bob Lisker was the least likely candidate to be a spirit guide. Yet from the moment he left his body, he gave her a guided tour of the Afterlife that included:
* A spiritual perspective on the Lisker family tragedy
* What happens when we die
* How spirits live and learn on the Other Side
* Reincarnation and the illusion of time
* How the soul chooses its lessons
* How to contact your loved ones on the Other Side
* How to recognize your life path
* How to attract money
* Bob's 12-step program to realize your dreams
* And much more....
This 10th anniversary edition includes an Afterword by I. J. Weinstock (Joy's surviving husband) entitled "The Joyful Redemption" that describes Bruce Lisker's 2009 exoneration and release from prison as seen on the TV show 48 Hours.
JOYride: How My Late Wife Loved Me Back to Life, I. J. Weinstock's award-winning grief memoir, is the companion sequel to Love Ever After.
Biografía del autor
As a professional astrologer, writer, teacher, hypnotherapist and minister, Joy Mitchell Lisker spent over 50 years helping others find their own path of joy. After a decade of reading horoscopes for thousands of clients (including many Hollywood stars), teaching and lecturing to schools, charities, civic organizations and private clubs in Los Angeles, Joy became the resident astrologer on two local TV shows and appeared as a guest on numerous others. In 1976 Joy wrote, produced and hosted the first television series on astrology in America, which debuted in Los Angeles and aired in more than a dozen cities throughout California. Subsequently, she held the position of vice-president and chief astrologer of XII Signs, publishers of the monthly Starscrolls found in supermarkets and vending machines around the world. Joy's first book was entitled Days and Nights For Making Love: Sexual Timing with Astrology. Her essay, Sexy at Seventy, was published in a new book, Our Turn, Our Time, a collection of articles by women over fifty about what they find most fulfilling in the second half of their lives. Joy wanted to let women know that it's never too late for a great sex life and that it can even get better with age! After Bob Lisker's death in 1995, Joy communicated with him almost daily. In 2000, she published these conversations in a memoir entitled, LOVE EVER AFTER: How My Husband Became My Spirit Guide. In 1997, Joy met and fell in love with Jerry Weinstock. Though he was nineteen years younger, they spent the next ten years blissfully happy. In 2001, Joy was diagnosed with breast cancer, yet despite this health challenge Joy and Jerry created and led workshops on "12 Steps to Finding Your Soulmate" based on the program to manifest one's dreams Bob Lisker had given her from the Afterlife. When Joy became "legally blind" due to macular degeneration, she gained her psychic vision and at monthly gatherings caled a Sunday of Joy she answered people's most pressing questions. Joy succumbed to cancer on Good Friday 2007. She is survived by her husband, Jerry Weinstock, her children-the singer Terri Nunn and composer, Elliot Anders-and her stepson, Bruce Lisker.