By Remington Whitcomb
BEMUS POINT - Grandmothers are a bastion of knowledge - even when they're gone.
Recently, local intuitive medium Geof Jowett published his book, "What's Cooking in Heaven, Grandma?" To celebrate the occasion, the Bemus Point Library will hold a book signing on Thursday at 7 p.m.
"The purpose of this book is to share the healing and inspirational wisdom of our grandmas, who offer us recipes for a good and happy life from Heaven," said Jowett. "Grandmas help us to believe in our dreams and are our angels on earth and our heavenly angels once they crossover to their rocking chair in Heaven."
As an intuitive medium, Jowett shares his talent to help people reconnect with their grandmothers, recalling the treasured moments shared with grandma and to offer hope for a continuous relationship.
"It is (my) passion to promote the expansion of our consciousness, the continuity of life, the laws of nature, intuition and mediumship, so that we may heal and discover a greater sense of contentment, joy and peace, and perpetuate love," said Jowett in a press release.
According to Jowett's book, grandmothers may choose to offer their wisdom on love and respect of self, relationships, family relations, service to family, personal faith and belief, as well as health and well being.
"The secret recipes that mom keeps hidden in her little tin treasure chest contain a history of love and caring instructions handed down through the ages of time," said Jowett. "Your grandma will offer you nutrition for your heart and spirit - soul food, so to speak."
According to Jowett, as a medium, he has provided thousands of people with the opportunity of communicating with their departed loves ones and Spirit Guides.
"(I) provide detailed, accurate, clear evidential information and inspirational messages from your spirit guides," said Jowett. "It can be a very healing and enlightening experience to have a spiritual reading, so that you might get a better perspective about your life, your soul's purpose, journey, and development, and to maintain your connection to those that have crossed over to the world of spirit.
"Our grandmas deserve a book dedicated to their kindness, compassion, service to family and community - and their eternal wisdom of experiencing life with the heart and seeing the best in us," continued Jowett. "If we saw ourselves through our grandmother's eyes, we would have no worries, no guilt, no faults; we would be creatures that always were aware that we do our best."
Jowett has dedicated his book to grandmothers that have passed: to their eternal beauty and perpetual care.
"(They) allow the hopeful light of God to shine through (themselves)," said Jowett. "We love (them) and know that (they) are eternally our cheerleaders, our friends, and our support and divine love."