Experiencing the Soul: Before Birth, During Life, After Death
Eliot Jay Rosen
Hay House, 1998 - Religion - 286 pages
A comprehensive anthology of interviews on the ways people experience the soul during earth-life, before birth, and at the moment of death, and after death, this book contains the thoughts of Elisabeth Kubler-Ross, the Dalai Lama, astronaut Edgar Mitchell, Raymond Moody, Jean Houston, Dannion Brinkley, Betty Eadie, Ram Dass, and over two dozen other pioneering authorities and first-hand soul experiencers.
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