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Near Death Experiences And Reincarnation In History

Author : Enzo George
ISBN : 9781725346536
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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There are endless phrases and theories about what happens when we are on death's door. Your life "flashes before your eyes." You see a "bright light." The truth is, no one can say for sure what happens when we leave this world. This enlightening volume will keep readers turning pages with absorbing accounts that detail the claims of reincarnation and seeing visions of our past lives. Readers learn of near-death experiences that include seeing the future and speaking with dead loved ones. Readers can decide: is death the final destination or just one stop of many?
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

The Near Death Experience

Author : Lee W. Bailey
ISBN : 9781136666940
Genre : Religion
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The Near Death Experience: A Reader is the most comprehensive collection of NDE cases and interpretations ever assembled. This book encompasses a broad range of disciplines: psychological researchers discuss cognitive models and Jungian theories of meaningful archetypal phenomena; the biological perspectivedescribes how brains near death may produce soothing endorphins, optical illusions, and convincing hallucinations. Philosophers present empirical analyses and images in archetypal theories, and the symbolic language of comparative phenomenological theories. Christian, Jewish and Mormon responses to NDEs outline the religious perspective, and the mystical and spiritual interpretations of NDEs are also explored.
Category: Religion

Brutal Secrets Of The Grave

Author : A J García
ISBN : 9798646347900
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It goes without saying that heaven is on everyone's mind. We all, to some extent, want to know what life will be like after death. The author and researcher Antonio García, is no exception and for this reason he has been studying stories of people who have had near-death experiences (NDEs) and have survived to tell them with extreme sincerity. Although not all the stories are identical with each other, Antonio points out common elements in all of them that curiously coincide with the biblical passages and the heaven of God. This work is not a simple compilation of stories full of beauty. Nor is it a collection of stories that make your hair stand on end. It's much more than that. In fact, it is a beautiful and inspiring journey through the wonders that heaven holds for us. The exciting stories of ECM are, according to Antonio, bridges towards a more harmonious life with ourselves since they allow us to answer the most important questions about heaven: What is beyond life? Will I reunite with my loved ones? What does feel to die? What is God like? What will we do forever? Where will we go? This book is a springboard for deep personal growth that will help readers become more aware and better people, as it will forever change their vision of life to come and the way they live life today. It also addresses 3 hellish near-death experiences, and gives reasons why someone might visit that place by mistake sometimes, plus how to get out of it. Anyone interested in NDEs or who wants to imagine heaven as the Biblical passages describe it will enjoy this book full of exciting stories and charged with everlasting love.
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Life After Near Death

Author : Debra Diamond
ISBN : 9781632659743
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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Life After Near Death is the only book to explore the deeper meaning of the near-death experience (NDE) through the prism of its miraculous aftereffects. You don’t need to be declared clinically dead to experience an NDE. Nor must you experience many of Raymond Moody’s nine elements, including a life review, an out-of-body experience, encounters with deceased loved ones, and a decision to return to one’s body. The key is whether you return from the experience permanently transformed. Life After Near Death profiles a dozen cases of specific cognitive and physiological near-death aftereffects, including newfound musical and artistic talents, mathematical gifts, enhanced hearing, elevated IQ, improved eyesight, spontaneous healing, and electrical sensitivity. It explores new evidence to shed light on this phenomenon and reveals for the first time: The link between predisposition and the NDE. The role of manifestation and intent in the creation of the NDE. The unmistakable connections among the energetic world, frequency, and the NDE. The circumstances and conditions that give rise to a NDE. Life After Near Death offers a new, science-based paradigm to unravel the NDE and our assumptions regarding the afterlife. Although you can return from an NDE, you will never return to your former life.
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Explorers Of The Infinite

Author : Maria Coffey
ISBN : 9781440631504
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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Real-life psychic, near-death, and paranormal experiences are combined with cutting-edge science and vivid adventure stories in this energetic look at why extreme athletes and mountaineers take the risks that allow them to push the limits of consciousness, and what they encounter there. In the life-or-death world of extreme adventure sports, there is one thing that athletes often keep quiet about: the “forbidden” territory of paranormal experiences. Ranging from fleeting moments of transcendence to full-blown encounters with ghosts and everything in between—visions, near-death experiences, psychic communication—many extreme athletes have experienced these moments of connection with the beyond, but have been reluctant to talk about them. In Explorers of the Infinite, award-winning outdoors journalist and lifelong adventure sports devotee Maria Coffey probes the mystical and paranormal experiences of mountaineers, snowboarders, surfers, and more. She reviews cutting-edge science, and consults the history of philosophy and spirituality to answer the question: Could the state of intense “aliveness” that is the allure of extreme sports for so many actually be a route to a connection with the beyond? Coffey investigates the scientific explanations for mystical phenomena, ranging from simple explanations to theories from consciousness studies and quantum physics, and leaves us wondering where science ends and spirituality begins. An energetic, you-are-there look at the spiritual lives of extreme athletes, Explorers of the Infinite asks why extreme athletes take the risks that allow them to push the limits of consciousness, what they encounter there, and what we can learn from them.
Category: Sports & Recreation

Dying To Meet Jesus

Author : Randy Kay
ISBN : 9781493422906
Genre : Religion
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Where is God when my suffering seems never-ending? Can I really find joy in this fallen world? This powerful book confronts these questions with stories of the author's near-death experience, a daughter's suicide attempt, mental illness, and numerous other gripping stories that demonstrate not only that God is present when we need him, but that through our trials we can find true intimacy with him. Author Randy Kay recounts how, as a former devout agnostic, he survived a near-fatal accident while searching for the truth--and when he met the One he sought to disprove, his journey changed from a life of extreme trials into one of genuine joy. In these pages, Kay offers his testimony to show readers how God uses suffering and brokenness to build an intimate and indestructible relationship with him, while breaking down barriers and ushering the reader into an authentic relationship with the Author of love.
Category: Religion

How The Brain Talks To Itself

Author : Jay Harris
ISBN : 0789004089
Genre : Psychology
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How the Brain Talks to Itself synthesizes recent discoveries in cognitive neuroscience with a psychoanalytic understanding of human dynamics and a working model for clinical diagnosis. In studying how the brain talks to itself to solve survival problems, this text looks at two sets of situations. In the first, neural possibilities mesh adaptively. In the second, dysfunction clouds the picture - something has gone wrong with the brain, in the life, or in a combination that ends in clinical syndromes.
Category: Psychology

Near Death On The High Seas

Author : Cecil Kuhne
ISBN : 0307279340
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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A compilation of real-life adventure stories of survival in extreme conditions features Thor Heyerdahl's "Kon Tiki," "Adrift" by Steve Callahan, and "Gipsy Moth Circles the World" by Francis Chichester.
Category: Sports & Recreation

Making Stories Making Selves

Author : Robin Ruth Linden
ISBN : 0814205836
Genre : History
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Ruth Linden's bold, experimental book explores the interconnected processes of remembering, storytelling, and self-fashioning. Juxtaposing autobiography and ethnography, Linden begins this study by situating herself in the context of her assimilated Jewish family, where the Holocaust was shrouded in silences. Urged forward by these silences, Linden, a feminist and sociologist, began to interview Jewish Holocaust survivors in 1983. As Linden interprets survivors' accounts of the death camps and the resistance, she reveals complex ways in which selves are constructed through storytelling. The stories that unfold are continuously fashioned and refashioned - never stripped of context or frozen in time. What emerges is an unexpectedly elegant montage in which interviewee, interviewer, and author are intertwined. Linden's meetings with survivors and her encounters with their stories transformed her as a feminist, a Jew, and a social scientist. Her analysis reveals the intimate connections between an ethnographer's lived experience and her interpretations of others'. Linden's reflections on the process of ethnography belie the rhetoric of positivism in the social sciences. They will inspire other scholars to break free of research and writing practices in their own disciplines that efface the ineluctable bond between knower and known. All readers will be challenged to reexamine the Holocaust in an intensely personal light and to reconsider the meanings of survival in our own time. Cutting across the boundaries of ethnography and autobiography to create a new kind of text, Making Stories, Making Selves offers a significant contribution to interpretive social science and the literature of theHolocaust. Linden's original and courageous work is vital reading for Holocaust scholars, students of modern Jewish life sociologists feminist theorists, and all readers seeking to understand their own relationship to the Holocaust.
Category: History

Science Religion And Society

Author : Arri Eisen
ISBN : IND:30000116074448
Genre : Psychology and religion
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This unique encyclopedia explores the historical and contemporary controversies between science and religion. It is designed to offer multicultural and multi-religious views, and provide wide-ranging perspectives. Science, Religion, and Society covers all aspects of the religion and science dichotomy, from humanities to social sciences to natural sciences, and includes articles by theologians, religion scholars, physicians, scientists, historians, and psychologists, among others.
Category: Psychology and religion

New Age Journal

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ISBN : STANFORD:36105008455102
Genre : Lifestyles
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Category: Lifestyles

Poe S Short Stories

Author : James Lamar Roberts
ISBN : 0822010461
Genre : Study Aids
File Size : 62.3 MB
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The original CliffsNotes study guides offer expert commentary on major themes, plots, characters, literary devices, and historical background. The latest generation of titles in the series also feature glossaries and visual elements that complement the classic, familiar format. Edgar Allan Poe is celebrated as the genius of the gothic horror story. Emphasizing the grotesque, the mysterious, the desolate, and the horrible, he arouses fear in readers. He is the champion of storytelling that gives us a nervous sense of the ghostly and the supernatural. CliffsNotes on Poe's Short Stories takes you inside the mind of this one-of-a-kind American author. Consider his place in the Romantic movement and examine his critical theories with the insightful essays in this book. In-depth critical commentaries cover the following stories and more: "The Fall of the House of Usher" "The Murders in the Rue Morgue" "The Black Cat" "The Cask of Amontillado" "The Pit and the Pendulum" "The Tell-Tale Heart" "The Masque of the Red Death" Classic literature or modern modern-day treasure - you'll understand it all with expert information and insight from CliffsNotes study guides.
Category: Study Aids

To Touch The Light

Author : Kevin D. Randle
ISBN : 0786000473
Genre : Near-death experiences
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There is life. There is death. And then there is "the light". Kevin Randle's work involving near-death experience will appeal to readers who follow the studies of Raymond Moody and who made a bestseller of Embraced by the Light and similar books.
Category: Near-death experiences

Death Dying

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ISBN : UOM:39015069202508
Genre : Death
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Category: Death

The Unesco Courier

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ISBN : MINN:31951P005630376
Genre : Developing countries
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Category: Developing countries

Journey Into The Light

Author : Richard Abanes
ISBN : UOM:39015037791509
Genre : Religion
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This book is one of the most significant studies of the near-death experience genre to appear in recent years. The author has succeeded in making his research highly readable, as well as scholarly, and has made a valuable addition to the literature in this field of study.
Category: Religion

Dialogue

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ISBN : WISC:89066446592
Genre : Mormon Church
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A journal of Mormon thought.
Category: Mormon Church