Lessons from the Light: What We Can Learn from the Near-death Experience

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Insight Books, 1998 - Self-Help - 340 pages
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Unlike other books on the NDE (near-death experience), Lessons from the Light is written not so much about these life-changing encounters as such but for persons who have never had an NDE themselves yet wish to learn from those who have. Ring, a world-renowned authority on the NDE, makes a much needed effort to place this kind of information at the disposal of readers by presenting in clear language the practical lessons for living and dying that are to be found from the exploration of what many people have come to believe is a primal spiritual experience.

Lessons from the Light not only recounts many inspiring NDEs from persons of all ages -- including very young children -- and classes, but for the first time also discloses Dr. Ring's collection of cases where persons journey beyond the Light, as well as the NDEs of blind persons. Such remarkable testimony is then used as a basis to provide helpful guidance and practical exercises in order for readers to live a life of greater self-insight, self-compassion, and concern for others, as well as to be better prepared for death, dying, and bereavement.

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Living and Dying in the Light of
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Dust Sightings
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NearDeath Experiences
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