Journey Through The World Of Spirit

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Journey Through The World of Spirit: God, Gaia, and Guardian Angels is the detailed near-death experience of David Oakford. Triggered initially by a fatal drug overdose, David became bewildered then frightened to find that we do not "die." But instinctively he knew to pray to God and was soon rescued by a wise guardian angel he calls "Bob." Specifically, David shares what he was shown concerning the life-after-death realms: heavens, light beings, dark souls, the life-force energy dynamics of our planet and its ...
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Overview

Journey Through The World of Spirit: God, Gaia, and Guardian Angels is the detailed near-death experience of David Oakford. Triggered initially by a fatal drug overdose, David became bewildered then frightened to find that we do not "die." But instinctively he knew to pray to God and was soon rescued by a wise guardian angel he calls "Bob." Specifically, David shares what he was shown concerning the life-after-death realms: heavens, light beings, dark souls, the life-force energy dynamics of our planet and its inhabitants, and the lessons-learned from a panel of evaluators. This clearly-written, plain-talking account of the life, death, and rebirth cycle provides much food for thought for all leaders and members of the world's major religions to contemplate. The single truth that shines through this old, old story is this one realization: Love is the answer to life's questions when all is said and done.
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  • ISBN-13: 9780979175091
  • Publisher: Reality Press
  • Publication date: 7/6/2007
  • Pages: 136
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.29 (d)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 28, 2008

    ...a motivational look into a near-death experience.

    David Oakford bravely welcomes each person into the emotional, spiritual and physical hardships of his personal life. Like a painting, he creates a visual image through emotional expression while allowing individuals to relate to his deep and moving experiences. 'Journey through the World of Spirit' is a heart felt story of spiritual movement that tells the tale of life, death and rebirth. It shows us, in a positive and real way, the effects of our actions as well as a grander purpose for all that we chose while on Gaia. His words are no less than pure poetry. His goal to share his story not only supersedes his lessons of wisdom, but also inspires us, in such a way, to change the negative patterns in our life.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 17, 2007

    Right on the mark

    Having had my own near death experience made this book really pique my interest. It did not disappoint and I found a true kinship with David Oakford as he related his very personal experience. This book is a hidden gem that contains the biggest secrets of our very precious lives.

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 18, 2007

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    Whether you believe in what David claims to have experienced or not, it is intriguing to read his account of what happened after he overdosed on PCP as a teenager. The details he gives about the experience bring a sense of reality to a seemingly unbelievable story. I read the book in one sitting because I just could not put it down! This book is truly entertaining and thought provoking.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 18, 2008

    Crossroads of Crisis and Opportunity

    At the age of 19, David Oakford overdosed on PCP and had what he refers to as an NDE--near-death experience. While he says he is not a religious person, the experience caused him to see Jesus as a 'Master Teacher,' and set out to emulate him. Oakford says his NDE put him at 'the crossroads of crisis and opportunity' and showed him that 'life, death, and rebirth were about the use, abuse and recycling of life force energies.' This is heady subject matter, but Oakland tells his story in a way that makes you feel as if you were listening rather than reading.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 28, 2008

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    Journey Through the World of Spirit God, Gaia, and Guardian Angels By David L. Oakford Interesting read. I was fascinated by this man¿s depiction of otherworldly realms outside this world. Sometimes I felt it was a bit farfetched, but I kept reading because I was compelled to find out what happened next. Interspersed were bits of humor, keeping the reading light. Who would have nicknamed an angel ¿Bob¿?

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 15, 2007

    David L Oakford, Growing into a Fine Communicator

    In January of 2006 this reviewer read and commented on David L Oakford's 'Soul Bared: A Metaphysical Journey', finding it good reading but in need of editorial corrections and improved quality of writing. Now Oakford has published JOURNEY THROUGH THE WORLD OF SPIRIT GOD, GAIA, AND GUARDIAN ANGELS and thee author has soundly achieved his goal of communication a Near Death Experience, creating a book that is not only immensely readable, but also insightful and of the quality that belongs in the studies of psychology students - and the general public, hungry for some explanation of our position in the apparent chaos of the universe. The story is essentially the same as Oakford's original book: at age 19 he overdosed on PCP and had a near death experience in which he traveled in the ether of the universe with a spirit guide who unlocked many of the codes of creation, the status of the planet earth in comparison to the other portions of the universe, and enabled him to see souls of the spirit of immortality making choices for reincarnation. He speaks with Master Jesus, one of the premiere examples of the potential of man to live a life of unconditional love and harmony with the nature (Gaia), and is given the opportunity to gaze at his own life and chose to reenter corporeal life or stay in the Spirit World. Oakford elects to return with his guardian angel's blessing, wakens form his overdose, and finds a world that does not believe his experience, forcing him to bury important information until his life ultimately allows him to share his Near Death Experience. The story is told succinctly, honestly, and with a sense of candor that makes this version far more credible. Now having shared his Near Death Experience with the public, Oakford adds to this book a Q & A session which is filled with thoughtful ideas. He also includes and Appendix written by Near Death Studies expert PMH Atwater and shorter Appendix by John Jay Harper - 'Tranceformers: Shamans of the 21st Century'. The inclusion of these two fine writers elevates this book to a level of importance for the serious student of spiritualism and psychology. That David Oakford is continuing to grow and benefit from his gift of having experienced a Near Death Experience is quite evident in this new book, and it is now a book that can be recommended without reservation to all sensitive, open-minded people! Grady Harp

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