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Ask George Anderson: What Souls in the Hereafter Can Teach Us about Life

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  • Posted January 20, 2013

    This is one of George Anderson's best books yet, offering peace,

    This is one of George Anderson's best books yet, offering peace, assurance and perspective on our human journey. For the uninitiated, George Anderson is widely considered the world's greatest living medium. At the age of six, after contracting chicken pox, Mr. Anderson developed a nearly fatal case of encephalomyelitis, a swelling of the brain which damaged his cerebrum and rendered him unable to walk. Within three months, he made a complete physical recovery, but permanent brain chemistry changes made him a "perfect receiver" for high-frequency communications from another dimension. Mr. Anderson began seeing visions and receiving messages from souls who had crossed over to the "other side", and the rest, as they say, is history. For nearly fifty years and thirty-five thousand sessions, Mr. Anderson has been delivering messages of hope to those who have lost loved ones, many under tragic and poignant circumstances.




    I have read many of George Anderson's uplifting books, including Walking in the Garden of Souls, Lessons from the Light, and We Don't Die. I have also had the privilege of having several private sessions with Mr. Anderson, the results of which have been substantially transformative. This new book is delivered with the confidence of a senior statesman in a controversial field that has come of age in recent decades, by a gifted individual with unparalleled experience and wisdom in his unique area of expertise, who has nothing to prove, who only wishes to lovingly share the inspiration and insight he has gained from the special role he has been given. This book gave me a new sense of perspective, that everything that happens on our journey here has a purpose, and eventually we will come to a place of joy, peace, and resolution.




    I encourage readers to explore this book (and Mr. Anderson's other books), with open minds and hearts. This man knows what he is talking about. And it might just change your life!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 16, 2013

    An interesting book, if deeply flawed. Not as good as Anderson's

    An interesting book, if deeply flawed. Not as good as Anderson's previous works, may be because this one is based on questions submitted to Anderson, and not based on an outline. Interesting, but as a psychic medium myself, it is concerning to see Anderson deny the existence of evil entities in this world. They exist, and sadly many of us have had to fight them and know that they are real. So an interesting but only half-informed book. Recommended only if you read other authors to get the full story.

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