The Miracle of Death is a narrative of one family's extraordinary grief experiences, including precognitive dreams, visions, after-death communications, out-of-body experiences, and synchronistic events surrounding multiple deaths in their family. The sole survivor and narrator is a Western-trained academic who initially struggled to accept realities that ultimately changed every aspect of her life. Weaving personal, historical, and mythic perspectives, Dr. Betty Kovacs shows us that such individual experiences, along with cutting-edge scientific research, support a radical change in the way we think about deathand life.
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About the Author
Betty J. Kovács received her Ph.D. from the University of California, Irvine, in Comparative Literature and Theory of Symbolic/Mythic Language. She has studied and taught in Europe and the United States. She taught Literature, Writing, and Symbolic/Mythic Language for twenty-five years. She served many years as Chair and Program Chair on the Board of Directors of the Jung Society of Claremont in California and sits on the Academic Advisory Board of Forever Family Foundation. She is author of The Miracle of Death: There is Nothing But Life and Merchants of Light: The Consciousness That is Changing the World.
What People are Saying About This
Dr. Kovács¹ experiences and conclusions pose a giant step forward in understanding ourselves and the mysteries of other dimensions.
Co-author of LOVE BEYOND LIFE and National Bestseller WE DON'T DIE
This book describes nothing less than the very nature of existence, and provides a remarkable blueprint for coping with the challenges posed by the 21st century.
Ph.D., Professor of Psychology, Saybrook Graduate School; Co-author of EXTRAORDINARY DREAMS AND HOW TO WORK WITH THEM
THE MIRACLE OF DEATH is an inspiring, sensitively told story, opening the door for our whole culture to a new way of living.
Co-author of THE MYTH OF THE GODDESS and THE MYSTIC VISION
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
I have never met Betty Kovacs, and I haven't read her book yet either, but I did attend a couple of lectures that were sponsored by the 'Claremont Jung Society' in Claremont, California, I placed myself on their mailing list and received a regular mailing of their upcoming lectures and events. In 1991 I received a mailing from the Claremont Jung Society which at first I thought would be a another list of their upcoming lectures. The brochure was titled 'To The Friends Of The Claremont Jung Society.' The brochure turned out to be a heartfelt personal dedication to the life and death of her son. This may seem to be a bit depressing, but it turned out to be a very touching celebration of a life, a mothers deep love, and the effect one persons life can have on us all. I still have this brochure in case I ever forget how short a lifetime can be, and that a love felt, should always be a love expressed. I'm a man, and I'm not ashamed to say that I cried after reading her personal revelation of her love for her son. If we could all love each other this deep, I know this world would be much better for it. I know that her story changed me, and this change in me will have an effect on people that I interact with in the future. I may not ever see exactly what exactly my change is, or it's effect on others, but I can feel it in a deep emotional empathy towards people I love, and total strangers I meet. Death is a very uncomfortable subject for most of us, and we really don't want to think about it much, or deal with it. But doesn't the same thought hold true for the way we live our lives as well? Something to think about!