Dancing on a Stamp

Dancing on a Stamp

Startling Revelations from the Other Side

Dancing on a Stamp reveals startling new truths about all of life’s big questions, including our true nature as eternal souls, the reason we incarnated on Earth, and the role of God in the evolution of souls. These revelations fly in the face of almost everything Christian holy men have been preaching for centuries and provide refreshing new insights into the journey of the soul. The answers to all of life’s vexing questions came from a homeless man named Albert (who was actually a wise spirit in disguise—an emissary from the spirit world) who stepped out the shadows one day to engage the author in a provocative dialogue that rocked his worldview and changed his life forever.Resized-dancing-cover-1

Albert tells us that we are all eternal souls who chose to experience life on Earth in order to grow and evolve. We planned the circumstances of our lives before we were born so that we could experience the things necessary for our evolution, and we create our own realities on Earth through our free-will choices. All souls are individual aspects God who is the Source—the totality of everything in the universe. We are all connected to the Source, to all other humans and animals on Earth, and to everything else in the universe.

In stark contrast to the beliefs of many religions, Albert reveals that God does not make rules for us to follow, He does not manipulate the events in our lives, and He will not judge or punish us for the things we do on Earth. Hell does not exist and there is no punishment in the afterlife. All souls return to the Spirit Side—a blissful place full of love, peace, and happiness—when their physical bodies’ die regardless of what they did during their lives. Souls cannot go wrong or become lost and everything we experience here adds to our wisdom and contributes to our evolution as souls. Albert urges us to enjoy the fullness of life on Earth by embracing love, hope, and forgiveness and casting aside our guilt and fear.

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Praise for Dancing on a Stamp

These reviews were posted on Amazon.com:

New Connexion Journal

Garnet Schulhauser was a corporate lawyer when his life changed dramatically in 2007. He was confronted on the street by a homeless man. Normally he would just hurry past, but something told him to pay attention. The man, Albert, said he had come as a wise spirit guide in disguise to provide answers to humankind’s questions. Over the next few years Schulhauser had many conversations with Albert, who disclosed who we are, why we are here and what happens to us after we die. This short book is packed full of information that we all need to know, regardless of religious beliefs and background. New Connexion Journal — Alice R. Berntson

Dr. Jerome Konecsni

Reading “Dancing on a Stamp” was like having a conversation with an old friend who had just come down from the mountain. Albert has chosen his messenger with great wisdom. Garnet Schulhauser adopts the Socratic style of discovery through discourse to perfection. There are many times you find yourself saying ” I was going to ask that question myself”! The book is a courageous effort in self-revelation that takes on the “traditional” wisdom of the Catholic Church and other organized religions, hitting hard at their “raison d’être”. The writing is always clear and is masterful in its use of analogies and personal experiences. These personal glimpses of the author serve to earn our confidence and trust in his wisdom and honesty. The book is triumphant in its sense of optimism, peace and hope that emerges early and crescendos at its conclusion. It is provocative, yet entertaining; deep, yet lighthearted; and spiritual, yet profoundly human. I anticipate that I will be digesting this book for quite some time. The most stimulating book I have read in a long time. Well done Mr. Schulhauser!

Ivy Young

If you were raised in a traditional religious context like I was, but continue to have doubt, questions or some fear of death, this book provides a new, refreshing positive framework for viewing your life. I love it when a great story also contains pertinent truths, and this is one of those great books. Thank you!


Dancing on a Stamp is a perfect blend of psychology and spirituality! Regardless of whether you are a veteran or a novice to the subject of spirit guides¸ this straightforward, honest, and personal book is a great read! The author includes clear and concise instructions for beginning and furthering communication with your own guides. This book guiding us to enlist the help and support of spirit guides in the choices of our daily lives. I have to mark a very clear style of the language of the book – it’s very clear (maybe like in “a crossing or the drop’s history” by Anatoliy Obraztsov).

Reader from VA

This book is a winner, and I’m very happy I bought it! In the book, a corporate lawyer (Garnet Schulhauser) is going about the everyday hustle and bustle of life, trying to get things done, when he encounters a persistent yet intriguing homeless man. As Garnet tries to politely dismiss this derelict, the homeless man mentions something personal and intimate about Garnet’s life that any ordinary stranger shouldn’t know. Curious but also skeptical, Garnet begins a conversation with the man, and soon learns that “Albert” (the homeless man) is actually Garnet’s spirit guide. Albert is on a mission from the Spirit World to awaken Garnet from his obsession with work to the more important aspects of life such as love and appreciation. From this point forward, Garnet and Albert have an ongoing conversation spanning God, Religion, life on the Other Side, and the things that are truly important in Life to enrich one’s Life and happiness. Since the book is written largely in dialogue, I found myself flying through the pages, easily following the clear (and sometimes humorous) examples that Albert provided to clarify his points. I’m eagerly awaiting Mr. Schulhauser’s next installment. Buy a copy today… you won’t be disappointed.


A book that kept your interest constantly. Filled with vivid metaphors and analogies to explain profound concepts, even with a little humor. I really resonated with Albert’s (the Spirit Guide) philosophy of life in understanding difficult life concepts I often wondered about. These concepts enhanced my understanding and were easily grasped by me because it seemed to mirror the spiritual teaching of other great teachers I’ve read, like Abraham Hicks, Eckart Tolle, and Neale Donald Walsch. I intuitively felt some of these truths to feel right in my heart and it was refreshing to actually see them expressed in print. Certainly a life game changer for me. A MUST read!

Ricky D. Coleman

I read with joy and was uplifted by this one! Be kind to all. You never know who you might meet.

L. Dru Wheelin

Fantastic book! Been reading spiritual books for 30 years now and this book puts so much together that has been said in so many different books. It is concise, clear and easy to understand. If you read this book you’ll have most of your spiritual questions answered!!


Having recently finished reading Garnet Schulhauser’s Dancing on a Stamp, I was left with a deep feeling of contentment and inner peace. One of Garnet’s spirit guides (Albert) endeavours to answer questions posed by Garnet….questions no doubt we have all asked ourselves, either inwardly or to others. Albert’s sage like revelations to life’s big questions is a must read for both novice and spiritual activist alike. Albert deals with sensitive issues such as the death of a young one in a compassionate, yet clear to understand manner….hopefully bringing comfort to those coming to terms with their mental/spiritual anguish. Other hot topics addressed include the timing of a passing from a soul’s perspective – answering natural questions such as physical pain at the moment of death and the moment of a soul’s entry into the physical body. He also explains the inter-relationship between mind, body, spirit and our personal/collective relationship with God. On a personal level, I have been an active spiritualist for twelve years. Dancing on a Stamp gave me confirmation of many truths I have been privileged to learn over the years, some which fly in the face of spiritualist national bodies (e.g. reincarnation). My information has been verified. That delights me, for now I know I am walking along a correct path. Albert’s clear explanations of complex issues are nectar to those seeking spiritual knowledge/philosophy. Spiritualism is a religion of demonstrable truths – here we hear it straight form the figurative horse’s mouth – from someone currently on the higher side of life – proof positive that we all survive the physical death and that life is immortal. The dealings with organised religion with their subjugation and control elements may sit, at first, uncomfortably with some. Take a fresh look and see from Albert’s point of view…..it all makes sense! In conclusion, Dancing on a Stamp is a concise reference for anyone seeking answers to the meaning of our earthly lives and our relationship with the life hereafter. It debunks some old notions on subjects which were considered taboo – advocating free will and free thinking for a new age of consciousness.


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