The light beyond

Raymond A. Moody

Book - 1988

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Published
Toronto ; New York : Bantam Books c1988.
Language
English
Physical Description
161 p.
Bibliography
Bibliography: p. 157-161.
ISBN
0553278134
0553052853
Main Author
Raymond A. Moody (-)
Other Authors
Paul Perry, 1950- (-)
Review by Publisher Summary 1

Complies new case histories of near-death experiences, discusses two phenomena not covered in previous books, and describes the profound, often life-transforming, influence of near-death experiences

Review by Publisher Summary 2

It has been a decade since the publication of Dr.  Moody's landmark bestseller, Life After  Life, and since he coined the term  "near-death experience", or NDE. Today, Dr.  Moody has studied more than a thousand new case  histories of adults and children who have clinically  reached the point of death and survived, and  extraordinary new research has revealed more patterns  of NDEs. Now, for the first time, Dr. Moody  presents this wealth of new information to the general  public information that uncovers secrets and opens  the doors to a powerful message of love from the  frontier between life and death. Inside you will  discover:How recent findings in  medicine, psychiatry, and sociology bring us closer  than ever to unraveling mankind's greatest  mystery: What happens to us after we  die?Startling, newly confirmed phenomena such  as:The experience of meeting one's loved ones in  the afterlife and the ability to "tap into"  knowledge of any sort.What the  moving near-death experiences of children can teach  us.Why NDEs inspire permanent  change, greater appreciation of life, more concern  for others, increased belief in an afterlife, and  decreased fear of death.Why  medical professionals are considering initiating  aggressive scientific research into near-death  experiences... and much more.Dr. Moody  offers both answers and peace of mind to those who  wonder about death and provides another  groundbreaking volume in his ongoing study of life, death,  and "beyond."