Rhonda Schwartz, MA, is the author of Love Eternal and her new book, soon to be released, Seeing Heaven.
Rhonda received both a Bachelor of Fine Arts and a Master of Arts degree from Northern Illinois University. She also worked for a major company for 23 years serving in a variety of capacities including quality control and as an international specialist. Being an artist and mystic at heart, as well as being science minded, she is happy to now be able to devote herself full-time to nurturing her evolving relationship with a team of spirits and her pursuit of trying to understand the physics of spirit and the science of the greater spiritual reality.
Breakthrough Personal and Scientific Evidence for Life After Death
“The question of the survival of bodily death is one of the most important issues humans face. Rhonda Eklund-Schwartz’s passionate descriptions offer hope and encouragement, for they add to the growing evidence that immortality is a fact.”
– Larry Dossey, MD, author of Healing words and the Power of Premonitions
Love Eternal is a wonderful, inspiring journey between a mother and a daughter: one that tells us much about love and survival. There are hints of the great and wondrous after-life that sometimes present themselves to us as a simple and often times unrecognizable, and then those “AHA” moments when we know, somehow, deep in our hearts, that our loved ones are still around us.
For those of us that have experienced great loss, the subject of survival of consciousness is a constant companion, just below the surface, tugging at our heartstrings, and the begging question is; “Is it so?”
Although science is getting closer to perhaps proving the existence of spirit, we are still left at this very moment with those uniquely human attribute like: Faith, Hope and Love.
I and millions of other choose to believe. We make the conscious decision to believe in the eternal existence of the “soul.” For the alternative is just too horrific, too completely unacceptable.
“This is a book about those moments both large and small that further our conviction that the soul is eternal….. Enjoy what we call those “Dragonfly Moments” of love and synchronicity.”
– John Debney, Academy Award nominated film composer for: The Passion of the Christ, Dragonfly, Evan Almighty