La vita dopo la vita esiste: la testimonianza del più grande studioso dell'Aldilà
Una scia di infinite stelleripercorre la straordinaria vita di Raymond Moody, studioso in particolare delle esperienze di premorte, che allargò le sue ricerche anche al mondo delle vite passate e della reincarnazione, fino a indagare l’aldilà attraverso l’esperienza delle visioni dei defunti. Una storia affascinante, ricca di narrazioni dettagliate fatte da coloro che hanno avuto la possibilità di esplorare il mondo ultraterreno e in cui ciascuno di noi può trovare le risposte a una delle domande più sconcertanti che l’uomo deve affrontare: cosa succede quando moriamo?
- ISBN: 8850243529
- Casa Editrice: TEA
- Pagine: 216
- Data di uscita: 27-10-2016
I am a Near Death Experiencer. I first read Raymond Moody's book 'Life After Life' back in the 1980's, long before I had my NDE. Back in the 1960's, when I was in my twenties, I had a family member who told me I needed to be put into the state mental hospital, a real snake-pit, because I was having w Leggi tutto
The first half of the book (covering his previous work already known to me) is intriguing -- the last half covering info new to me was mind blowing!
This autobiography is fascinating in that it explains, in this own words, how a doctor turned into a researcher of the near death experience. Much of the story is simply human interest and does not delve into the somewhat paranormal nature of his work until about the middle of the text. I found his
Makes complete sense! Loved it! I'm not sure why the author is almost reluctant to declare reincarnation specially with so many documented cases of NDE and SDE and his experiments on the Oracle of the dead. Maybe the Universe wants him to keep his research going. I'm okay with that. If NDEs interest Leggi tutto
Crappy - I mean that in the best possible way. He is SO naracassistic and can't get over himself. I mean, I know its his story, but he keeps going on about how special he is, about how smart he is, about how awesome he is. Gah. Couldn't actually get into it.
This is really a personal account of one man's fascination with what happens after we die. The author has several books that examine the possibilities and each one will make readers think and wonder.
Very much worth reading, all the way through. I found it satisfying and helpful that this author's thoughts parallel my own, for the most part, in this area of human thought and endeavour. I also find myself, through no fault of the author whatsoever, just slightly disappointed, in that this author h Leggi tutto
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