Return From Heaven (Google eBook)

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Harper Collins, Oct 6, 2009 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 288 pages
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What if you could see a loved one who has died, not in a future spiritual realm, but here and now, in this lifetime?

It is possible, says Carol Bowman, author of Childrenís Past Lives and a pioneer in reincarnation studies. Based on in-depth research and direct observation of very young children, she shows in this groundbreaking book how common it is for beloved relatives to reincarnate into the same family. Typical families share how their children -- some as young as two and still in diapers -- speak spontaneously of intimate details from the lives of a family member they never knew. These true stories shed new light on age-old questions of family relationships: Do we choose our parents? What relationships survive death? What happens to the soul after a miscarriage or abortion? Bowman offers hope for anyone who has lost a beloved relative and longs to be reunited again.

  

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Review: Return From Heaven: Beloved Relatives Reincarnated Within Your Family

User Review  - Cathy Moore - Goodreads

Just finished this book recently. Really interesting stories of past life occurrences. Reading this book makes one less scared of death when it approaches and gives hope that one will reunite with ... Read full review

Review: Return From Heaven: Beloved Relatives Reincarnated Within Your Family

User Review  - Crystal Wormser - Goodreads

Fascinating. Read full review

Contents

Family Return
1
A Child Reborn
22
Reincarnation and Biology
49
Chicago USA
75
Mother Switching
91
Choosing a Life
129
Uturn in the Womb
161
Announcing Dreams
191
A Second Chance
219
Soul Weaving
241
Notes
261
Copyright

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About the author (2009)

Carol Bowman lives near Philadelphia with her husband; their two children are away in college. Through her writings, frequent lectures, and TV appearances on shows such as Oprah, Good Morning America, and Unsolved Mysteries, Bowman has opened the eyes of millions of parents to the fact that some children easily remember their past lives. She is recognized as a leading expert in this new field.

Bowman holds a master's degree in counseling and practices past-life-oriented counseling and therapy. She continues to promote research of children's past lives and same-family reincarnation.

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