The Miracle of Death: There Is Nothing But Life
The Miracle of Death is a narrative of one family's extraordinary grief experiences, including precognitive dreams, visions, after-death communications, out-of-body experiences, and synchronistic events surrounding multiple deaths in their family. The sole survivor and narrator is a Western-trained academic who initially struggled to accept realities that ultimately changed every aspect of her life. Weaving personal, historical, and mythic perspectives, Dr. Betty Kovacs shows us that such individual experiences, along with cutting-edge scientific research, support a radical change in the way we think about death—and life.
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