- Title: The Memory Catcher, An Inspiring True Story: When Angels Speak Who Will Listen?
- Author: Sarah Hinze with Laura Lofgreen
- Paperback: 182 pages
- Genre: Non-fiction
- Publisher: Spring Creek Book Co (October 17, 2012)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1932898980
- FTC-FYI : I received a review copy in exchange for an honest review.
Over the past three decades, Sarah Hinze's groundbreaking research on prebirth experiences has provided solid evidence that unborn children can warn, protect and enlighten us from another plane of existence. She has compiled hundreds of accounts that tell of heavenly encounters between parents and their soon-to-be-born children.
How did a woman raised in the backwoods of Tennessee become a pioneer in this important work?
As a young girl, Sarah learned to sense when angels were near. She eventually fell in love with Brent, who shared her belief in heaven. A year after their wedding, she held their first baby and realized that many of the angels she had felt nearby had been her own unborn children.
Following a series of personal challenges, including losing a baby to miscarriage, Sarah began to recognize that God wanted her to write about unborn children these tiny guardian angels who watch over us before they are born. Was it possible that other mothers had gone through similar experiences?
Sarah decided to distribute a flyer on the topic in her town. Within a few days, a mother contacted her and said, I saw my unborn daughter and I want to tell you about it. Soon, Sarah was collecting memories from around the world and publishing several books about them, but rarely had she disclosed her own story.
Now for the first time, Sarah shares the key experiences that shaped her life and set her on course to become The Memory Catcher one of the worlds greatest advocates of the unborn.
Last year I first heard about Sarah when I read her book,
In my review of that book here is what I said...
"I have always been a firm believer in how thin the veil is between this
Earthly world and Heaven. My experiences have mainly been because of
things that happened after my infant son, Matthew, died. Most of the
experiences that are shared in the book, We Lived in Heaven,occur before
children are born. It shows how spirits have visited their families
before their births. My church believes that we existed before this
life. We also believe that we will live again after death.
this book on a Sunday and could feel the spirit of this book. I felt
chills, so many times, as the power of these stories unfolded before me.
There are 33 stories told that have such different and unique writing
styles and viewpoints. The author also shares her own beautiful story
about her children.This is a book that you can pick up, read a few
stories, and then pick up again a day later. I ended up reading the book
in one sitting; that is how compelling the stories are. It would be so
hard to pick just one story that will stay with me for a long time, but
the story called,A Letter To My Son, about adoption, really hit home for
me. I am adopted and there was divine intervention that allowed me to
come to my family. So this story truly spoke to my heart. I also loved
the story called Eternal Memories. My daughter also had an experience
along these lines remembering my Grandmother, who has passed away the
year before her birth.
I recommend this book to those who need to
feel close to Heaven or a loved one that has passed. This book will
also give you a much needed spiritual lift. It will make you cry and
also make you laugh in a few spots. Sarah Hinze has written a wonderful
book,whose stories will linger in your mind, long after you finish reading."
I was very interested in reading Sarah's story behind how she came to write the many stories of unborn children. God gave her a mission in life to champion the unborn. As you read about Sarah's life you will be amazed at her experiences. At an early age she could sense the presence of angels around her. After her children were born she realized that those angels had been her own children. This autobiography shares her beliefs about God and life before birth. I have always been interested in life before birth and after death. Sarah's books have only strengthened my belief in these very spiritual things.
In her six previous books, including “Coming from the Light”, "Songs of the Morning Stars", and “Life Before Light,” Sarah Hinze has
provided the evidence and anecdotes she has gathered over the years to
show that “unborn children can warn, protect and enlighten us from
another plane of existence.”
If you are interested in these kind of experiences, you need to read about Sarah Hinze's extraordinary life. You will feel enlightened, uplifted, and closer to God's spirit in your life.
Meet: Author Sarah Hinze
It was my own pre-birth experience and my interest in what may have happened to the child I miscarried that prompted me to embark on what has become a pioneering journey and an in-depth study of the human soul.
Now, nearly two decades later, it seems that prebirth experiences bring to light a unique, full-spectrum picture of human existence. Through my research, teaching and counseling I am seeking to help my sisters and brothers on this earth expand our understanding of the spiritual origin of man.
What I teach is not a new concept. In fact, hundreds of ancient texts from many cultures provide insight into man’s true nature and origin as a child of God.
Against this historical foundation, I am presenting the anecdotal evidence I have gathered from hundreds of interviews and from extensive research. The combination of the wisdom of the ages with the personal experiences of ordinary men and women (and even children) today, speaks to our very souls, often stirring within us a remembrance of who we are. Participants in my workshops and seminars often report experiencing a very joyful personal awakening concerning where they came from, why they are on earth, and where they are going.
Participants tell me they are literally transformed, their hearts changed as powerful evidence of their eternal nature reveals to them a new paradigm regarding the sanctity of each human life. My message is healing and uplifting, bringing peace and imparting hope.
My own healing pre-birth experiences prompted me, with my husband, Brent Hinze, Ph.D., to embark on our search nearly 20 years ago. For two decades we have interviewed individuals and chronicled what I call “pre-birth experiences,” or communication from children before they are born.
My work provides exciting evidence that unborn children can warn, protect and enlighten us from another plane of existence. Most often they appear to announce it is their time to be born.
To contact Hinze about participating in book club discussions or workshops or to share “pre-birth” stories, email firstname.lastname@example.org . To learn more, visit www.sarahhinze.com.