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Saved by the Light : The True Story of a Man Who Died Twice and the Profound Revelations He Received / by Dannion Brinkley, Paul Perry
On September 17, 1975, after being electrocuted by a bolt of lightning, Dannion Brinkley died. When he revived 28 minutes later in the morgue, he had the story of a lifetime to tell--a profoundly moving account of a near-death experience. "A compelling vision of what it's like to die and, more important, how to live."--Dr. Melvin Morse (Closer to the Light). HC: Villard Books.
At Peace in the Light : The Further Adventures of a Reluctant Psychic Who Reveals the Secret of Your Spiritual Powers / by Dannion Brinkley, Paul Perry
Brinkley continues his unique spiritual exploration that began in his phenomenal national bestseller, Saved by the Light. Here he describes, with absolute candor, his struggle to become accustomed to his disorienting psychic ability, and his decision to offer comfort to the dying in hospices. HC: HarperCollins.
Journey of Souls : Case Studies of Life Between Lives / by Michael Newton
reviewer stated:ICKYERIN@aol.com from Seattle Washington
, October 12, 1998 as a non-believer of re-incarnation It was so hard
for me to believe, but when my dad took his life 9 months after my mom
died suddenly of a massive stroke, i was amazed at the closure this
book gave me. The chapter on suicide gave me hope along with sadness.
Dad had many lessons to learn and took it upon himself to call the shots.
He will do better his next time around im sure. I talked with Sylvia
Browne shortly afterword and she told me that Dad brought into this
life, baggage that he shouldnt have. that is a truth. I miss my mom
so much, but i know we will be together in our cluster, or our cone,
Embraced by the Light / by Betty J. Eadie, Curtis Taylor
On November 19, 1973, Betty J. Eadie died. Two decades later, writing in this national bestseller, she tells what happened next--describing miraculous visions and emotions that washed over her for four hours. This startling and uplifting story of one woman's mysterious odyssey is a hypnotic tale of a remarkable spiritual journey. HC: Gold Leaf.
Beyond the Light : The Mysteries and Revelations of Near-Death Experiences / by P. M. H. Atwater
Challenging the stereotypical "tunnel of light" near-death experience, a near-death survivor documents many types of experiences including the hell-like, contrasts experiences of those revived after several days and attempted suicides, and examines psychological and physiological after effects.
After the Light : The Spiritual Path to Purpose / by Kimberly Clark Sharp
This insightful compendium features numerous accounts of death, dying and near-death experiences, compiled by a well-known expert who has had two near-death experiences herself. Offering a human perspective on near-death experiences, this book weaves together stories of dying, nearly dying, and perhaps more importantly, creates a compelling case for making readers believe that death is not something to fear. HC: William Morrow.
Within the Light / by Cherie Sutherland
Declared clinically dead, but awakened after a near-death experience that would transform her life, Sutherland--and the 20 people she interviewed were all miraculously returned to life, sometimes against their will. This compelling book reveals more than has ever been told before about the other side. From the author of Reborn in the Light. HC: Bantam.
On the Other Side of Life : Exploring the Phenomenon of the Near-Death Experience / by Evelyn Elsaesser Valarino, Evelyn Elsaesser Valarino, miche Escobar, Kenneth Ring Ph.D.
Angels Around the World / by Brad Steiger, Sherry Hansen Steiger
In every time and place, angels have watched lovingly over human beings, transcending boundaries of race and religion to guide, rescue and heal. Here, the authors share the dramatic stories of many such thrilling encounters worldwide. This thoughtful and carefully researched book helps readers see how, and perhaps why, angelic contacts are increasing in our time.
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