The Complete Idiot's Guide to Near-death Experiences

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Alpha Books, 2000 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 450 pages
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Yours"re no idiot, of course. Yours"ve heard stories about people who saw their life pass before their eyes, felt as though they were walking toward a bright light, or experienced contact with the world beyond before returning to this one. But it all still seems a little far-fetched. Donrs"t bah-humbug it away just yet! The Complete Idiotrs"s Guidereg; to Near-Death Experiences explores a topic that receives plenty of talk-show attention, yet seldom gets serious inquiry. In this Complete Idiotrs"s Guidereg; yours"ll get: A fair-minded examination of near-death experiences and beliefs in a range of religions and cultures. Engrossing stories from those who claim that theyrs"ve been to the beyond-as well as expert assessment of their accounts. Informed advice on what to do if you or someone you love has a near-death experience. A compelling look at the tension between subjective and objective reality, as well as biomedical factors that may partly explain the phenomenon.

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As an avid lover of the paranormal and a person that has suffered the loss of a loved one recently, I have been looking into the near death experience. As I stayed with my family member until he took ... Read full review

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The Big Book of Near-Death Experiences The Ultimate Guide to What Happens When We Die by P.M.H. Atwater This big book really is a big book all 473 pages of it. I liked the way the author broke down ... Read full review

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P.M.H. Atwater, Lh.D., is one of the foremost researchers of the near-death phenomenon. The International Association for Near-Death Studies considers her books Coming Back to Life and Beyond the Light bibles of the near-death experience. She lives in Charlottesville, Virginia.

David H. Morgan is an editorial consultant, book doctor, and agent who lives in Richmond, Virginia.

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