Many of us experience deja vu, that sense of knowing something or having been somewhere before, even though we know intellectually that we shouldn't or couldn't known or have experienced it. Jenny Cockell not only knew about her "other" family, but invested an immense amount of energy to trace and validate her feelings. After having seen the American made-for-TV movie about this story, I had to read the book... and I was not disappointed.. in fact, the story gripped me from beginning to end.
It is rare to find someone with the degree of passion that Cockell relates, even rarer to find someone willing to go to great lengths to fulfill that passion. Mothers, especially, will understand her sense of responsibility to the children she "knew" in what she believes was her past life. The book is honestly written, emotional, and pure. I would hope she writes more of this journey and the present lives of "her children."
I do believe in reincarnation and psychic phenonomen, and this book strengthened my beliefs as well as providing a delightful and insightful reading experience.
Jenny Cockell's book on her reunion with her past life children is beautiful and inspiring. It demonstrates that love can not die, and that we are all eternally connected. Mrs. Cockell is an excellant writer. I highly recommend this book to anyone who is interested in spirituality and, more specifically, reincarnation.