What Happens When We Die: A Psychic's Exploration of Death, Heaven, and the Soul's Journey After Death [NOOK Book]

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The success of mega-bestsellers like Proof of Heaven and 90 Minutes in Heaven shows that readers hunger for insight into what happens when we die. But can we know? Are there those who’ve been “there” and back? Echo Bodine is beloved for her down-to-earth wisdom on the decidedly out of this world. In these pages, she shares her lifetime of learning — and personal experience — about the above questions. She offers practical tools for being with the dying (including what not to do), for grieving (through the ...
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What Happens When We Die: A Psychic's Exploration of Death, Heaven, and the Soul's Journey After Death

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Overview

The success of mega-bestsellers like Proof of Heaven and 90 Minutes in Heaven shows that readers hunger for insight into what happens when we die. But can we know? Are there those who’ve been “there” and back? Echo Bodine is beloved for her down-to-earth wisdom on the decidedly out of this world. In these pages, she shares her lifetime of learning — and personal experience — about the above questions. She offers practical tools for being with the dying (including what not to do), for grieving (through the poignant experience of her own mother’s passing as Bodine was writing this book), and for cultivating clear and inspiring communication with the deceased. Learning what happens when we die turns out to be inspiring, reassuring, and profoundly life changing.
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Editorial Reviews

Publishers Weekly
09/23/2013
Personally comforting, if not scientifically rigorous, professional psychic Bodine's latest book returns to familiar subjects with a new focus. Following on the success of her earlier titles, like the popular Echoes of the Soul, Bodine shifts her emphasis to the dying process itself. She tells of sitting with many loved ones as they died, and how she communicated with their souls before and after their last embodied breaths. Bodine's frank, conversational style flows smoothly and is well suited to the art of the anecdote. The simplicity that makes her work welcoming to affirmed believers, however, also makes it unconvincing to skeptics. Bodine relays entertaining stories about communicating with celebrities' souls (Michael Jackson and Elvis Presley among them), for example, but offers little to explain how she accomplishes this. Some readers will be reassured by the idea that they can continue to interact with loved ones after death, but others will want more information about Bodine's methods. Slightly padded with excerpts from earlier books and lackluster lists (things to include in an end-of-life scrapbook, for instance), Bodine's latest entry in spiritual self-help expands only moderately on her earlier work. (Oct.)
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“This book is a well-written guide for your soul. Reassuring and wise, it provides the most insightful awareness of the journey through both worlds. Everyone should read it!”
James Van Praagh, spiritual medium and author of Talking to Heaven

“In What Happens When We Die, Echo Bodine does a masterful job of demystifying the inevitable — death — but conveys the message that in death you only shed your body like a suit of clothes; love does not die, because it knows no boundaries, even death.”
Elisa Medhus, MD, author of My Son and the Afterlife

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781608680368
  • Publisher: New World Library
  • Publication date: 9/26/2013
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 160
  • Sales rank: 89,980
  • File size: 2 MB

Meet the Author

Echo Bodine discovered at age 17 that she has psychic abilities and the gift of healing. Her abilities include clairvoyance, the gift of seeing; clairaudience, the gift of hearing; and clairsentience, the gift of sensing. Echo studied psychic development for several years and learned about the gift of healing from her spirit guides and through prayer and meditation. In 1979, she quit her mainstream job and became a full-time psychic consultant, a healer, and a teacher of psychic development and healing classes, as well as a ghostbuster. She is the author of several books, including Hands That Heal, The Gift, A Still Small Voice, and Echoes of the Soul (New World Library). Her work has been featured in major newspapers and magazines, and she has appeared on several national television shows, including James Van Praagh, The View, NBC's Later Today, Sally Jesse Raphael, Sightings, Encounters, The Other Side, Coast to Coast, and Paranormal Borderline, where she was billed as a member of "the world's most psychic family." She also has served as a consultant in the film industry to companies such as Paramount Pictures. Echo currently has her own weekly syndicated radio show, "Intuitive Living with Echo." She lives in Minneapolis, Minnesota.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 11, 2013

    A wonderful, comforting book for all. The unknown can be scary

    A wonderful, comforting book for all. The unknown can be scary but with the author's years of experience with people who have passed she puts any fears to rest. A recommended read for everyone!

    3 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 2, 2013

    Awsome

    Wowwwwwwww

    2 out of 4 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 8, 2013

    Yeah right

    Unless the author has actually died and come back to life thete is no way she knows what happens when we die. And liars and hucksters notwithstanding, NO ONE has done that. There are, however, plenty of people willing to pay money for drivel.

    0 out of 8 people found this review helpful.

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