Jane Asher is a natural connector. She got her start in the media world through radio in Michigan, traveled west to work at legendary radio stations there, and she has also received the prestigious Marconi Award for her work on Smooth Jazz KIFM. When anyone asks Jane what she does for a living she responds; “I connect inspired people with one another, especially those with a desire to help others.” Jane has been involved in many international missions. After years in broadcasting, voiceover and social media, she is now finally answering her true calling, which is writing. Her forth-coming book called The Next Room deals with her fascination and connection with souls who have transitioned.
IN THIS EPISODE, YOU’LL HEAR ABOUT THINGS LIKE:
- Why death is meant to be embraced, not feared.
- The inspiring story about Jane connecting with her deceased mom and what Jane constantly finds that are undeniable signs from her mom.
- That forgiving is so much more than “for-giving” to yourself in order to release anger, resentment and hostility.
- How we can ask our deceased loved ones to help us.
SOME QUESTIONS IRENE ASKS JANE:
- What inspired your fascination with life after life?
- What happens next when we leave our bodies to go to “The Next Room?”
- Given what we have learned about transition, do you think the way we view death as a society is outmoded?
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