Secrets of the Monarch: What the Dead Can Teach Us About Living a Better Life

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Simon and Schuster, Sep 18, 2007 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 240 pages
Renowned medium and bestselling author Allison DuBois shares important life lessons she's learned through communicating with the dead.

Known as the inspiration for the hit television show Medium, Allison DuBois regularly encounters spirits who have passed. As part of her life's work, she comforts families who have tragically lost children, helps authorities find dangerous criminals, and locates missing persons.

In Secrets of the Monarch, Allison shares important life lessons she's learned through communicating with the dead. She explores the legacies we leave and shows how her experiences with the other side have helped her to learn the secret to living a happy life while ensuring her children and grandchildren will too. Like the monarch butterfly, whose survival as a species depends on its predecessors' actions, we can live good lives to ensure the happiness of future generations. With insightful teachings on both family relationships and friendships, as well as how she herself is inspired to live better tomorrow than she has today, Allison DuBois shows how each of us can make our lives a true masterpiece.

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Secrets of the Monarch (What the Dead Can teach us about living a better Life) Allison DuBois: the NBC Television Series Medium. Ad part of Allison's Life's work, she comforts families who tragically ... Read full review

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This book is written by the author who inspired the tv show Medium. I've read her previous books, and this was equally as enjoyable. Even though DuBois is not a 'great' writer, the subject she writes ... Read full review

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About the author (2007)

Allison Dubois's unique story, the inspiration for the hit NBC TV series Medium, started during her senior year at Arizona State University while she was interning at the D.A.'s office. Soon after, researchers at the University of Arizona validated her ability through a series of tests. Allison continues to support research as a medium, as a member of the Veritas Research Program Mediums Committee, and as a member of the Forever Family Foundation's Medium Advisory Board. In her short career, Allison has conducted over 1,200 personal readings. Allison donates her time to missing-persons and criminal cases for agencies across the country.

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