Line To Heaven: Healing From John Edward (2)

Huggybear's Stories
November 1-7 Edition

Line To Heaven 2

I’m sharing stories from one of the most life-changing books I ever had the blessing to come across – One Last Time: A Psychic Medium Speaks To Those Who Have Loved and Lost (Berkley Books, NY) – the spiritual odyssey of John “Johnny” Edward, a devout Catholic, host of TV’s "Crossing Over" and the world’s most acclaimed spirit medium.

This New York Times bestseller gave me assurance in the wisdom of the Higher Power that guides us to our true destiny, the courage to let go and move on, and the inexplicable peace of knowing that my loved ones who have died still love me, still watches over me, because they are still here – because they have never left me.

Complete stranger. In 1994, a woman named June Castonguay had a reading with Johnny, and who came through was a complete stranger that would change the lives of many people that fateful summer. Johnny got the names Tony and Christopher and an image of a car accident. Something clicked,then June remembered there had been an accident in their neighborhood last week. Her sons Tony and Christopher went to the scene, where a teenager who was riding his bike got hit by a car and died.

Now the boy, Andrew, was asking, almost pleading, for June to write his parents, giving signs so they’d know it’s him, to let them know he’s okay and happy in a wonderful place. June wanted to help but felt very awkward.

“I didn’t even know these people,” she protested. “I don’t know what to tell them!”

Johnny strongly urged her to do it, not knowing that Andrew will be playing an even bigger role in his life. June began her letter by telling Andrew’s parents everything, sympathizing with their loss.

“If you feel comforted in any way that it might be true then I know it was worth the risk. Please, please know this is in no way was meant to hurt anyone. But if I did not write this letter I would never know if I did the right or not …”

Andrew Miracolo was handsome and popular among his friends in Long Island and comes from a super close family. On July 15, his parents were devastated by his sudden death. Andrew had just turned 16, how could God take him away?

“My baby, my baby…!” his mother was hysterical.

When Andrew died, she would later tell Johnny, “Nobody could talk, nobody could stand up, nobody could eat.” She felt like “I lost my son, I lost my husband, I lost my other son.”

“He wouldn’t want us to go crazy like this,” she cried to her husband during the funeral. “If we could, he’d write us a letter so we’d know he’s okay.”

Then one day, two weeks after Andrew died, she was thunderstruck as she read June’s letter. “I got my letter!” she screamed. “I got my letter!”

From Your Mother. One sweet day, Johnny was driving when a young voice clearly said, “For my mom and dad and from your mother.”

Johnny was stunned. Who was that? Then he saw a sticker in the truck ahead of him that reads “Andrew”

At that moment, he know he would hear a song about the Other Side, the beautiful place where are there are no more goodbyes. Then Jordan Hill’s ‘Remember Me This Way,’ the theme from Casper, came on. Johnny just sat at the roadside, transfixed by the song, “knowing that it said everything that needed to be said about love between both worlds – knowing that love lasts forever and our loved ones are forever in our hearts.”

Remember Me This Way
Jordan Hill
Theme from Casper

“And I’ll be right behind your shoulders watching you, 
’ll be standing by your side in all you do..."
See Line To Heaven 1

My Favorite Scene from Casper

"...and I won’t ever leave, as long as you believe…”  

Jonathan Aquino's Journals
August 8, 2014, Friday

I just heard about the young boy in Bulacan who took a photo of a UFO using his cellphone. He should have called too. Skeptics said: "This is crazy!" The aliens said: "Here's my number!"


"To one who has faith, no explanation is necessary. To one without faith, no explanation is possible." ~ Thomas Aquinas
"Every now and then
we find a special friend
who never lets us down,
who understands it all,
reaches out each time you fall..."