Life and Death - Making Sense of it

Life and Death - Making Sense of it : A Thought-Provoking Spiritual Perspective on Our Lives

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Sometime, some day, maybe not all that far away, you are going to leave your physical body and move on...



This will be the biggest event of your life, and no doubt you have been preparing for it...



What's that, you haven't yet looked into it? Okay, so might this be a good moment to make a start? Would you willy-nilly sign up to climb Everest without preparation and knowing what you are letting yourself in for? Probably not, and yet this event is going to be much bigger than any attempts at Everest.



Make a start: Read this book. Written by a reformed sceptic; Life and Death, Making Sense of It, offers an alternative thought-provoking perspective on our spiritual situation - to that offered by more conventional understanding. It explores life, and the nature of soul, through a range of topics including the paranormal, near-death experience, past lives, human evolution, karma, reincarnation, and the Other Side. It raises demanding questions and offers answers to why we are here, and where we are heading.



This book will help you to begin redressing the balance, to make sense of your own life and death. It will help you to decide how best to prepare for the big event. All you need do is join the author inside, and you are on your way.



Additional notes: The paperback and ebook versions contain an Appendix and Bibliography. The paperback version also contains an Index. Bonus resources, accompanying the book, will be found on the book's website - the address is available with the book.
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Product details

  • Paperback | 326 pages
  • 152 x 229 x 17mm | 435g
  • Evesham, United Kingdom
  • English
  • , black & white illustrations
  • 0993462618
  • 9780993462610

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This book has the potential to change the world view of its readers. It offers a broad yet very detailed sweep across the whole spectrum of the subject matter, which makes the book wide-ranging and inclusive. I am pretty cynical when it comes to believing in the supernatural in any form, but I found myself having to stop short and really think about the possibility of life after death here. I particularly liked how it touches on the fact that people who believe in life after death are happier than those who don't. Food for thought, indeed. This is a very individual and readable book which is written from the heart, and which reaches out with great warmth to its readers. Joanne Harrington, professional editor (via PublishNation UK)
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