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While I was reading this book and came upon the part of a tragic car accident where her husband dies and she is severely injured from the accident I kept thinking he must be alive when I get to the end of the book, but he is not. It’s not a sad ending but one of hope, love, and everyday kindness.

Irene writes that Saul’s soul was out of his body that was still in the car, and he watching the emergency crew, the hospital crew, and his wife. How does she know this? I think Saul told her.The book is a memoir, told by Saul, written by Irene. It’s a love story of their life on earth and the cross over.

The author, Irene Weinberg writes her story of the love and companionship she has with her husband Saul. Dealing with his death is such a loss that she begins a Spiritual Journey with her husband through speaking to him through mediums.

The healing journey also enables you to release those that harmed you physically or mentally in the past and have left this earth. That sounds wonderful, and something to work on in my own life. I don’t think I’d be ready to share a bagel with them though! maybe later. Irene knew her husband was going to die the day before he did. Something told her that, I guess I would have probably brushed that off and say all is well with the world. Who can know that?He did die in that tragic car accident. They were soul mates and the loss is intense. So how and where does the healing begin? With her Soul.

The author’s journey leads her to heal, evolve, and be conscious of what she says and does to others. It kind of reminds me of that “no regrets” saying. Your spiritual journey on Earth goes with you to Heaven so make it a good one!

Check out her full review here.

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Karen Proctor’s Review on They Serve Bagels in Heaven:

The love story of Irene and Saul begins not in this lifetime, They Serve Bagels in Heaven is a Memoir written by Irene Weinberg but told by her husband Saul, from Heaven. Their love story begin lifetimes before this and one would hope many more for them.   I received a copy of this book to review from Intro NYC Blogger Network. An autobiography/biography of a couple.  A woman who lost her husband too soon.

Irene lost Saul in a tragic car accident, she writes about her lifetimes with Saul through her voice and his after sessions with mediums and healers. They had over 5 lifetimes together before being Irene and Saul, interesting and spiritual journey for these two soulmates.  The love that radiated off the pages is what all couples should strive for.  I enjoyed learning about ow they were connected in the past, at different stages of their lives and in different relationships.

Irene has gone on to share her story both written and publicly.  On October 2nd, 2015 she was at the Apple Moms’ Moms Night Out in Westchester to share her story.  Capturing our hearts, she explained how she began her journey, telling her children and how she continues to communicate with Saul and share their story.  She misses him, you know that from the moment she begins speaking, and throughout the story.

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Blogger Review: Kirsten DiChiappari

I have a quote stuck in my head from comedian Julia Sweeney’s autobiographical show God Said Ha!

“What if Heaven is just an instant?”

Whether it is, or it isn’t, I am in no hurry to discover, but this book is a sweet, tender story of what happens after. And for those who haven’t experienced this kind of profound and tragic loss, what happens instead.

The cosmic importance of everyday life: Live life consciously. Be kind to everyone.

That message is transcendent. It has no religion, no tribe, no owners. It is universal.

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Kim Denne’s Review on They Serve Bagels in Heaven:

This story is an easy read, although It ended up being a deeper read than I had anticipated.

“They Serve Bagels in Heaven: One Couple’s Story of Love, Eternity, and the Cosmic Importance of Everyday Life” is a book written by Irene Weinberg, and it tells the love story of Irene and her husband Saul. What’s interesting about this particular story is that it explores how Irene dealt with Saul’s passing due to a tragic car accident, and how their love transcends time and space as we know it.

Irene turns to faith, religion, and holistic healers to help her through her healing process. Whether you are religious or not, and whether you believe in past lives or not, I believe that probably everyone will be able to connect with something in this book that touches so many angles of love, life, death, and healing.

The 137 page book could certainly help bring peace, understanding, or just a new perspective to anyone going through a grieving period, and even for those just looking to get a different perspective on love and soul mates.

Have you turned to any “non-traditional” healers when you have lost a love one? Have you received any messages from loved ones from “beyond”? Do you believe you’ve met your soul mate?

Check out the full review here.

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Becky Willis Review on They Serve Bagels in Heaven:

So, where do the bagels come into play? Well, I admit that I snatched up the opportunity to read this book because I thought it would be a light-hearted story about how Saul let Irene know all was well and that he was still able to get a bagel in Heaven (that perhaps was a memory of something they shared). This book’s message wasn’t a funny recollection of the crispy yet chewy treats my husband and I enjoy together, yet it was a more serious account of Irene’s healing. And that’s okay if it is something you are looking for. Me, a new mom, kind of struggled through some of the book, yet got the underlying message…bagels, whatever your “thing” is, that filter will be in your Heaven / your soul, whether the living or deceased can take comfort in knowing love can carry on after death.

This read was definitely filled with descriptive narratives and plenty of reasons to believe in something greater. It was moving and beautiful for healing a hurting soul. Recommended for anyone going through the loss of a spouse or anyone needing to be reminded of the power of true love / hope for tomorrow.

Check out for the full review here.

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Part Two of “Dance to Death Afterlife” Podcast with Irene Weinberg

Listen to Part Two here of “Dance to Death Afterlife” Podcast with Irene Weinberg speaking about her book, They Serve Bagels in Heaven.

In this episode, Irene will discuss about:

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Part One of “Dance to Death Afterlife” Podcast with Irene Weinberg

Listen to Part One here of “Dance to Death Afterlife” Podcast with Irene Weinberg speaking about her book, They Serve Bagels in Heaven.

In this episode, Irene will discuss about:

  • How to face your fear of dying
  • The Afterlife Conference
  • The differences between her experience and other life after death experiences
  • The role regret plays in heaven
  • The author Robert Schwartz (Your Soul’s Plan, Your Soul’s Gift)
  • Staci Wells pe-birth planning sessions
  • How your life review is part of the evolution of the soul
  • How you will have a chance to heal on the other side
  • How to time travel as a reincarnated being
  • How you can choose who you will see in heaven, and who you communicate with
  • Communicating with the dead (with help from a medium), and how to sniff out a shyster
  • What was under Irene’s blouse

Blogger Review: Rants and Raves of a Crazed Mom

Vicky Cianci’s review on They Serve Bagels in Heaven:

How does one find closure from a tragic loss, especially when it is your soul mate. In this book Irene shares openly about how the Saul’s loss  The books discuss the story of Irene and Saul and the connection of their spirits through time. As Ingrid is looking for closure, there are little things which continually remind her of dear husband Saul. As Ingrid meets with a medium which connect her to Saul.

From the medium connection, there is how she learns from Saul how they always been connected through many reincarnations.  Each time period it is so emotional how they met and the suffering incurred during the period. The one thing that made them strong is how they were able to connect with each other. In each they brought out inner strength and a love so great that was to powerful to never break.

This is a love story, but more about how you connect inside. Each little piece inside is built from somewhere and based on Ingrid’s experience the voice in the woods shows love, concern and a bit frighten of how accurate it can be based on a meeting in each lifetime. Each decision and how the rippling effect that continues in the next lifetime, made me wonder how often can one find that true love connection that lasts many lifetimes.

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 Jaylnn Patterson’s review on They Serve Bagels in Heaven:

Wouldn’t it be the most terrible feeling in the world to survive a tragic car accident only to find out that your spouse died? I know for a fact I can’t even fathom my spouse to leave this earth without me. But sure enough Irene found this out first hand when her husband Saul passed away in a car accident that she survived. This book has to be read with an open mind, I guess you could say because it involves mediums and things of that sort. I for one don’t agree with things such as these.

With that being said, I felt really bad for the main character. I would be beside myself if I were to lose my precious husband. The author did a very well thought out and well researched story, so I commend her for that. This is purely the authors commentary and opinion and should be taken as such. otherwise a very delightful read especially something a little different than what I normally review.

Check out the full review here.

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Blogger Review: When Crazy Meets Exhausation

Stephanie Jankowski’s review on They Serve Bagels in Heaven:

Her voice, thick with New Jersey, was reminiscent of Marisa Tomei’s in My Cousin Vinny (or so thinks this Yank!). There was a sweetness to it, something calming about it. I couldn’t help but giggle as we spoke over the phone, giddy to have this brilliant woman at my disposal to ask any questions I wanted.

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Let me take you back a couple of months to the day I received an email asking if I wanted to read this book that could possible change my life. How dramatic! A life changing book?! Sure, why not? <insert eye roll here> Then I looked it up on Amazon and scoured the reviews. I’ll tell you why I said YES to reading this book: because too many of us have lost loved ones, and have questions about the Other Side. Because the news only reports the bad, and the media shoves it down our throats until we choke on it. In a world of BLAH, They Serve Bagels in Heaven is BEAUTIFUL, and so is author Ms. Irene Weinberg.

I read the book in, like, record time. Since having kids, my bedtime is earlier and my days busier, which leaves little time for devouring books the way I used to. But I couldn’t put this one down. Whether you’re a believer or not, this sweet read has a fantastic love story at its core, and you need to snag a copy if for no other reason than to feel all the feels.

When Irene offered to chat with me over the phone, I jumped at the chance. After reading her book, I had so many questions. Soul mates! Past lives! The accident! Her Jewish faith! I couldn’t get enough. Fortunately, she showed me a lot more patience than Marisa Tomei showed Vinny, and this is the fruit of our labor…

Check out her full review here.