This book is one woman's personal account of her interaction with the orbs phenomenon, what she learned from it, and how it helped her heal her grief due to the loss of her only child, her son, Eric, who was only 27 when he died. Following a brief background of her personal story, Underwood also relates some of what she had learned earlier in her life from her puzzling, mysterious draw over many years to the new sciences: quantum physics, chaos theory and fractals, complexity and consciousness. She shows how, interestingly enough (in retrospect), that had helped to prepare her to deal with what was to come and the abyss she fell into believing her life was over--not only from her son's death but also, years later, from breast cancer and a radical mastectomy. She describes how -- having been "led" out of the abyss (her "dark night of the soul") -- she discovered firsthand...through a variety of experiences...the multi-dimensional possibilities of being a participant the living Cosmos. Following a "spontaneous emergency" kundalini experience (explained in the book), an opening within her emerged that, among other things, raised her energy frequency levels such that the orbs and "light-waves" (as she calls them) responded to her and began interacting and communicating with her. The full-color photographs in the book -- taken over a period of only a year's time -- together with the stories of these encounters -- reveal the full wonder and mystery of these meetings with highly intelligent beings from another dimension. A series of back-to-back synchronicities (outlined in the book) are fascinating facts of this story -- as throughout these months of photographing she is led to find exactly the right book, meet and hear from exactly the right people who come into her life, and learn exactly what she was searching for and needed to know at exactly the right time to help her understand not only the full context of her life experiences but also to learn who she really is....who we all really are. This book represents her humbled expression of her joy, wonder, and immense gratitude for all of it.