What to Do When You Are Dead: Living Better in the Afterlife

What to Do When You Are Dead: Living Better in the Afterlife

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by Craig Hamilton-Parker
     
 

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Based on information revealed through spirit communicators and those who have had near-death experiences, this volume by a renowned medium and best-selling author answers many questions about life after death. Examine telepathy, the tunnel of light, great love, guardian angels, healing sleep, past lives, soul mates, ghosts, and more. Meditation exercises help to

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Based on information revealed through spirit communicators and those who have had near-death experiences, this volume by a renowned medium and best-selling author answers many questions about life after death. Examine telepathy, the tunnel of light, great love, guardian angels, healing sleep, past lives, soul mates, ghosts, and more. Meditation exercises help to connect with spirit guides and raise consciousness to overcome the fear of death, be inspired to make the best of life on Earth, and prepare for the afterlife.

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Hamilton-Parker, a well-known English medium, explores one of the most important questions of all time: What will the afterlife be like? With help from multiple sources (his spirit guides, people who have had near-death experiences, other mediums and ancient religions), he appears to have the answers. Unfortunately, these answers often seem shallow, contradictory and historically inaccurate, raising further questions. For example, in one chapter, he writes that after death, evil persons are caught up in lower astral planes, where they have to confront their misdeeds until their souls "progress" to higher planes. But in an earlier chapter, he has claimed that souls are able to immediately reincarnate in order to escape confronting their illusions. On one page, he correctly describes the Egyptian God Osiris weighing one's soul against a feather, but on another he speaks of Osiris as a god in the Tibetan ("spelled "Tibitan") afterlife. Such careless errors are disconcerting. However, many readers will be pleased to discover that, according to Hamilton-Parker, pets "continue to live with us in the spirit world," and deceased children enjoy a special realm in heaven created just for them. Deceased adults can experience transcendent sex, an organized society and magnificent halls of learning. As an accumulation of different afterlife beliefs, this book has some merit for New Age readers, but it is marred by inconsistency. (Jan.) Copyright 2001 Cahners Business Information.

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ISBN-13:
9781402776601
Publisher:
Sterling Ethos
Publication date:
10/05/2010
Pages:
208
Product dimensions:
5.00(w) x 7.10(h) x 0.70(d)

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