This is a wonderful read. The author Marvin has a great sense of humor, and a very down to earth point of view. In this book he describes his NDE and his, from a Christian point of view, visit to the gates of Heaven. A very uplifting read.
In this great book Nancy and Martin cover a range of Spiritual topics and introduces the reader to the Ageless Wisdom teaching. I really enjoyed this book as it verified much of what I have learnt over the years, and encouraged me to keep learning.
Every soul who builds the inner bridge of light enables an aspect of the divine plan to flow into human awareness and become anchored on Earth. Recently, a series of messages from a member of the spiritual Hierarchy were transmitted across such a bridge to a group of disciples seeking to serve the Plan. The messages, published as Call from The Mountain, convey the closeness and livingness of the spiritual Hierarchy, inviting seekers to glimpse the coming new world. A fiery call to attune to the realm of life that harbors our future, it urges us to cooperate with the next kingdom, even now, to establish this new world of the Aquarian Age.
Beyond the Himalayas is a personal account of the awakening spirituality within the author through his soul-changing encounters with spiritual Masters in Tibet and throughout the Himalayas. This story creates a rich tapestry against the background of the mighty Himalayas at a time when Tibet was a free country prior to the Chinese invasion in 1950 and the subsequent destruction of more than 6,000 monasteries and learning centres. This pilgrimage led to the author’s rich and fulfilled life as healer, author and lecturer which has inspired thousands all over the world to this day. Mentored by many great lamas in monasteries throughout Tibet and the Himalayas, Dr MacDonald-Bayne gives the reader a pristine view of an uncluttered spirituality unaffected by dogma and formality. Written towards the end of the author’s life it remains a classic in metaphysical writing, a quality shared by its equally famous sequel, The Yoga of the Christ.
This is a book about the NDE that Aldo at 12 had after a car accident, and his life experience afterwards, told mostly by his mother, Retha. This book is from the perspective of passionate Christans, with lots of quotes from the Bible. I found it a ok read, but the preachy style put me off somewhat.
Lessons from the Light: What We Can Learn from the Near-Death Experience
In this book Kenneth looks at the lessons from people who have had a NDE (Near Death Experience). He presents the information for people who have NOT had a NDE, in such a way that we can learn from the NDEer’s experience.
This is a really good book. Kenneth Ring, the Author, has been researching NDEs for many years and even runs Uni courses for students studying NDEs. In this Book Kenneth put forward the idea that people, like myself, who have NOT had a NDE, can receive some/most(/occasionally all) of the lessons/benefits that a NDEr receives from their NDE buy reading about and studying NDEs.
He describes it like a benign virus infecting us with goodness.
As I was reading this book I realise that this is true for me, I originally had no belief in the afterlife and I had a great fear of death, this is no longer true for me. This book help me to take a close look at my beliefs and to take a look at my life and make some conscious decisions about my behaviour in my life.
The book contains many NDEr quotes and commutations from Kenneth’s files as examples, so this book in itself is a benign virus.
This is a great book written by a open skeptic.
A skeptic who was willing to look at the evidence and dig deep to get to the answers. Robert looked into why many skeptic’s are just not willing to look at the evidence, and will go to extreme lengths to be able to keep their world view. Near the end of the book he looked at the implications of accepting the possibility of PSI and survival after death.
This is an amazing true story of a young boy, Christian Haupt, who loved base-ball from a very early age. At the age of 2 Christian started to tell his mother, Cathy Byrd, that he used to be a tall base-ball player, as he recalled a past life as a base-ball player from the 1920s and ’30s.
This is a great read, really enjoyable, Cathy takes us through her struggle to accept Christian’s story which promotes reincarnation, which goes against her beliefs as a Christian. I couldn’t put it down. I started the book late one evening and read till the early hours, and had to put it down when I couldn’t keep my eyes open. I finished the book the next morning.