The Miracle of Death: There Is Nothing But Life

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The Kamlak Center, 2003 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 216 pages
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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Contents

Introduction
1
Chapter
13
Chapter
25
Chapter Three
37
Chapter Four
59
Chapter Five
69
Chapter
87
Chapter Seven
101
Chapter Eight
115
Chapter Nine
127
Chapter
151
Endnotes
171
Organizations for Global Change
181
Further Reading
189
Index
196
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About the author (2003)

Betty J. Kovacs received her PhD from the University of California-Irvine, in comparative literature and theory of symbolic language. She studied and taught in Europe and the United States. She studied the spiritual traditions of prehistory and indigenous cultures and worked with shamans from the Amazon and the Andes in Peru. She served on the board of directors of the Jung Society of Claremont in California. She presented Experiencing the Mystery of Death—and Life at the 8th Scientific & Medical Network Beyond the Brain Conference, University of Kent, Canterbury, England (2009). Other seminars in which she has participated include Deeper Orders of Reality: Creating Our Future and The Feminine Dimension of the Divine.

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