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by Wendy Weir

  • ISBN: 0609604619
  • Author: Wendy Weir
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  • Rating: 4.8 of 5
  • Language: English
  • Pages: 288
  • Publisher: Harmony; 1st edition (May 25, 1999)
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  • Category: Spirituality
  • Subcategory: New Age & Spirituality
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Early one morning in August 1995, Bob Weir called his sister and asked her to check in on Jerry Garcia, who had died only hours before

Early one morning in August 1995, Bob Weir called his sister and asked her to check in on Jerry Garcia, who had died only hours before. At first she could not talk to Jerry's spirit because it was too happy to be free. Only with the telepathic help of her brother was she able to break through Jerry's barriers and remind him that he couldn't leave - he still needed to fulf Early one morning in August 1995, Bob Weir called his sister and asked her to check in on Jerry Garcia, who had died only hours before.

Wendy Weir's book "In the Spirit: Conversations with the Spirit of Jerry Garcia" was a total surprise to me. First of all, I'm not a Deadhead.

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In the Spirit: Conversations With the Spirit of Jerry Garcia. I am therefore compelled to avoid mentioning this book written by Bob Weir's sister, who talks to the Dead man enough to write a book.

Wendy Weir, sister of the Grateful Dead singer and guitarist Bob Weir, wrote a book titled In the Spirit: Conversations with the Spirit of Jerry Garcia, in which she offered 250 pages of what she says the dead singer told her about life, music, and the world, in a series of lessons from th. .

Wendy Weir, sister of the Grateful Dead singer and guitarist Bob Weir, wrote a book titled In the Spirit: Conversations with the Spirit of Jerry Garcia, in which she offered 250 pages of what she says the dead singer told her about life, music, and the world, in a series of lessons from the cosmic beyond.

Wendy Weir, sister of the Grateful Dead singer and guitarist Bob Weir, wrote a book titled "In the Spirit: Conversations with the Spirit of Jerry Garcia .

Wendy Weir, sister of the Grateful Dead singer and guitarist Bob Weir, wrote a book titled "In the Spirit: Conversations with the Spirit of Jerry Garcia," in which she offered 250 pages of what she says the dead singer told her about life, music, and the world, in a series of lessons from the cosmic beyond.

Through telepathic communication with Jerry Garcia, legendary member of the Grateful Dead, Wendy Weir, sister of Dead guitarist Bob Weir, presents Jerry's deep, loving, and often humorous insights from the realm of spirit and his wishes not only for the band that has become a cultural phenomenon but for each and every one of us.Early one morning in August 1995, Bob Weir called his sister and asked her to check in on Jerry Garcia, who had died only hours before. At first she could not talk to Jerry's spirit because it was too happy to be free. Only with the telepathic help of her brother was she able to break through Jerry's barriers and remind him that he couldn't leave--he still needed to fulfill his mission on Earth. Thus began an illuminating and introspective three-year journey with the spirit of Jerry Garcia.        The messages Wendy has received from Jerry are amazing: he urges the remaining members of the band to continue without him and says their greatest and most important work is still in front of them. He explains why he stayed on Earth so long, even though he was in pain; his intention to use Wendy as an example for others to learn from; and how, in his death, he has in fact become "the grateful dead," which heralds the band's rebirth.        Wendy Weir captures not only the wisdom of Jerry Garcia but also the playful, irreverent, conversational tone that his fans will immediately respond to. She relays his messages in a straightforward, easy manner, allaying the doubts of those who may be skeptical of the reality of her experiences, while at the same time reassuring those most eager to believe in the continued vitality of Jerry Garcia and his ability to communicate with those on the other side.Wendy Weir was fourteen years old when she first heard her brother's plan to play in the rock band that would become the Grateful Dead. Her own life took her into careers in finance and environmental education. During this time, she quietly developed her psychic abilities while staying in close contact with her brother Bob, Jerry, and the Dead. She lives in California.Placing my feet flat on the ground, I straighten my back to allow the energies to flow easily up and down my spine, hold my head erect with eyes closed, and rest my hands peacefully on my thighs. I start to inhale slowly through my nose, breathing deeply into my lungs, holding my breath for a few seconds, then exhaling through my mouth. I repeat this several times until my body and mind are fully relaxed. Then I gently shift my focus to the inner space behind my sixth chakra (the energy center located on the forehead just above and between the eyes), clear my head of all thoughts, and raise the frequency of my energy. Entering into a meditative state, I silently call Jerry's name.        Almost instantly, I see Jerry's spirit. It looks like a brilliant, white-gold beam radiating out from a center of pure light. Free at last from the weight and pain of his physical body, he is in a powerful state of ecstasy.Through telepathic communication with Jerry Garcia, legendary member of the Grateful Dead, Wendy Weir, sister of Dead guitarist Bob Weir, presents Jerry's deep, loving, and often humorous insights from the realm of spirit and his wishes not only for the band that has become a cultural phenomenon but for each and every one of us.
Comments (7)

Avarm
There are some people that have minds that are so closed they cannot accept a rare talent. These critics saying that Wendy Weir is cashing in on Jerry's death are missing out. They are too quick to write off communication with spirits as a hoax. They only focus on their negative opinions, and therefore missed out on the important messages from this book that teaches to love and accept. Whether or not you can appreciate the validity of a medium's talent, there is a good message from the words that are translated from Jerry's Higher-Self in the spiritual realm. READ THIS BOOK! The world will be a better place if we could all heed these words. If you are one of those people who refuse to believe communication with those who have passed on is possible, then at the very least read this book with the approach that it is a novel. That way your won't have to battle your mind as you read it and you can truly learn the amazing lesson that Wendy Weir delivers.
Nuadora
I don't think jerry would approve of this book . I don't make claims to be able to talk to spirits but I do believe that everyone has a spirit and that it is somehow connected to god and other spirits . I did ask my intuition about this book and my impression was jerry would laugh and shake his head at this book . No one knows for sure where their imagination ends and a real spiritual communication begins and to claim so is pure arrogance . Isnt this the kind of stuff that jerry hated ? also what really turned me off was on page 6 she compares her channeled information to the teachings of Christ and Buddha and other enlightened masters ! Does a real enlightened masters call themselves such ? She seems quite self absorbed and the book seems more about her than jerry . The other odd thing is even you believe the book , she and / or " jerry" are not saying anything that we don't already know ...the music being about love , that the band should continue etc . Etc if your curious , Check it out at the library like I did . Unless the deceased jerry has totally changed his personality , he would be laughing or rolling his eyes at this book .
Flathan
This aesthetical - Wendy is a fine drawing artist - and well-written book is a joy from start to finish. And the communications with Jerry's Oversoul convincing and profound. This is clearly the part of him that was entrapped in a body/mind given in to heavy addictions finally liberated and able to speak for itself. The part that shine through in the moments where his Ego stepped aside, and made his guitarplaying come from Consciousness itself. The moments when he was 'in the zone' and each note he played shone with the Light of spirit.

I admire Wendy's courage in publishing this book. And I feel the book contains much wisdom coming from the plane of disincarnated souls and their insights. But as Wendy also hints at, this is not the final liberation, which only comes when also the oversoul dissolves into the Eternal from which it came.

A spiritually deep and beautiful book. And a must for everyone interested in the spiritual side of Grateful Dead. Interestingly enough, although Phil Lesh doesn't mention this book in his "Searching For The Sound", he quotes her communication with Brent Mydland after his dead with what seems to be unquestioned acceptance of the statement coming through.

The book is also enlightened by the beautiful lyrics of Robert Hunter, very relevant to the information from the oversoul.
Fegelv
I was disappointed with this dry, esoterical, hard-to-believe account, which seems like a push for Indian religions rather than a genuine supernatural experience. That one can discredit any psychic evidence when purported by a close, real-life contact such as Wendy Weir, sister to one of the Grateful Dead guitarists, was with Mr. Garcia doesn't even come into question when very little of Jerry's personality appears to have survived his death, according to the author's "channeled" dialogue with his "spirit." He sounds just too holy and out of reach to be true, and "Dead Heads" would be better off searching the VEDAS than here. Actually, the entire book including Weir's condescending approach and predictable upper-class conflicts suffers from flat affect. If this was meant for a pot boiler, it's a brave attempt.
Eseve
I expect you either believe that you can talk to dead people, or that you can't. And based on that choice you'll be predisposed to believe that this clap-trap exploitation is genuine or that it's an attempt to cash in on as much residual Jerry-mania as possible. I am a Deadhead, I cherish their music and have hundreds of shows on tape. I saw them live repeatedly, and if I were sent to a desert isle with only one type of music, it would be The Boys, hands down. Jerry was a phenomenal intellect and a towering talent. I think he is one of America's greatest composers. So it is from that vantage I tell you that I think that Jerry would have laughed his head off at this book. Read it if you like, but check it out at the library. Don't send you money to Weir just so she can cash in on the death of such a personage. And yes, I read it, at the library. I took the money the book would have cost and bought a Dick's Picks CD, where Jerry really IS still alive and truly DOES speak, from the one podium he always chose...behind that guitar.
Kemath
I looked through this book at a bookstore, so I don't claim to have read it all. But come on! Jerry never spoke like this in his life! What puzzles me is why Wendy thought disseminating HER beliefs through the oversoul character would work. I'm not judging her channeling ability at all. I am a Buddhist (not a New ager) and I believe in the continuation of life but how would Jerry's intelligence and personality turn into a new age potpouri? My greatest feeling about this book is sadness that someone so connected to the Dead family could do this. The great thing about the Dead thing is the songs weren't dogma. The music and show experience allowed for different people to make discoveries on their own. Why would the man with the greatest handle on individual freedom turn into a dogmatic eastern mystic overnight?

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