In Heaven – Radio Interview with Dean Braxton

In-Heaven-Dean-Braxton-2He died for 1 hour and 45 minutes. He went to Heaven. And then he came back.

“Everything was so perfect – past words to describe it.”

My radio guest this week, Dean Braxton, met God and Jesus.

Listen to the show here.

Five years ago, those words would have had me questioning…”Met Jesus?” Hmmm…

But truth is, now I know it’s just different words for the same thing. We’re talking Light and Love here folks, we’re talking Higher Self, Source Energy, whatever you want to call it. Open your mind and heart, and put it into your own words.

Another truth? He really did this. He really went to The Other Side. He really experienced Divine Love. And in this interview, he shares it with all of us – not just the information, but the vibration of Unconditional Love itself.

Dean’s message surely resonates with the Christian community. But trust me, it will resonate with you wherever you’re at.

“When I got there, many of the boxes that I believed in were blown apart. I still believe in the Bible, but I see things in it differently than I ever saw it before. I started looking at [it] from a heavenly point of view, not an earthly point of view.”

So, whether you’re Christian, non-Christian, Jewish, Muslim, Atheist, Agnostic, Buddhist, Taoist, Confusionist, etc etc etc – take a listen. Absorb the Love. Be in the space of Divine energy.Dean_Braxton_Small

Here’s Dean’s website, with a link to his book In Heaven: Experiencing the Throne of God.

 

 

 

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~ by Julianna on February 4, 2015.

4 Responses to “In Heaven – Radio Interview with Dean Braxton”

  1. Reblogged this on The Power Within.

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  2. What an insightful conversation! Thank you for your work and your wisdom. It expanded my consciousness.

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  3. Remarkable story. Thanks for stopping by Humorous Interludes.

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    • Thanks for stopping by here as well Ron. Yes, a remarkable story indeed. There are countless of them out there though – throughout the ages and throughout all cultures. It’s pretty cool.

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