"Klimo and Heath have written one of the most provocative and challenging books on suicide to appear in recent years. Anyone who has been touched by suicide, or anyone who has contemplated survival of bodily death—and who hasn't?—will benefit from this highly original book."
-Larry Dossey, M.D., author of The Extraordinary Healing Power of Ordinary Things
"In this meticulously documented, fascinating book, Heath and Klimo investigate the tragic nature of suicide and break new ground in exploring one of the most emotional and meaningful issues of our time."
- Dean Radin, Ph.D., author of Entangled Minds and Conscious Universe, and senior scientist at the Institute of Noetic Studies
"Exceptional! There is no other book anywhere that approaches the subject of suicide from 360 degrees as does this book, nor as thoroughly, nor with such a high standard of integrity—and in readable, easy-to-understand fashion."
- P. M. H. Atwater, L.H.D., author of seven books on near-death studies, as well as Beyond the Indigo Children: The New Children and the Coming of the Fifth World
This book grew out of an experience Dr. Klimo had working with a suicidal client who wanted to know what might happen to her if she killed herself. The idea is to provide a "best guess" of what the channeled/NDE/hypnotherapy material says could happen. It represents about 2 years worth of research, culling massive amounts of material for relevant information and figuring out a way to organize it that made sense. In the end, we spent (literally) thousands of dollars in copyright permission fees to be able to allow readers to see for themselves what has been said and how we came to our conclusions. It is referenced so that if people want to read more they can find the original source,s and do so. However, unlike our other book, this one does not have an index. Two chapters are particularly important to us: "Messages to the Suicidal" (know what you are getting into before you do it) and "Messages to Those Left Behind" (with the hope if can lead to some healing or forgiveness).
The question mark in the title is deliberate. Do we know the answers for sure? No. All we can do is present the range of what is said from those who claim to know and indicate the patterns as they present themselves. Our hope is that this may help shed light on the topic and, just perhaps, help people to make better informed decisions.
I read this book several years ago, then lent it to a friend, a practicing psychologist. She was, at the time, struggling with a suicidal patient who was very intelligent and... Read morePublished 2 months ago by JessieJetson
An excellent and comprehensive guide to this painful and sensitive subject. This book has actually changed my life. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Jeff H.
nice book...combination psych/spirit medium. A tad too wordy, lots of info available elsewhere except for the suicide bomber stuff and unfortunately there were far to few... Read morePublished 19 months ago by Osiris
I bought this book to help me through a long time best friends' suicide that I didn't understand. The book brought me comfort and explained why I had to 'let go' of him.Published 19 months ago by Rose56
I have not finished this book, but I think it is excellent. Very thought-provoking and interesting. Aside from not favoring suicide, it makes one feel that one's life has a... Read morePublished on August 12, 2013 by cartouche
6/16/13....An appropriate day to respond to this brilliant book on a very tough yet highly sensitive issue ! Read morePublished on June 16, 2013 by BOBBI ABRAMSON
This is just an amazing compilation of info and thoughts about suicide and how it effects everyone. You won't need to read anything more.Published on April 24, 2013 by Ed Klotz
Upon my second reading of this book, I must state that it is a fantastic book. The authors' statement of how this book came to be is important,
"It began with an attempt of... Read more
This book is very in depth and interesting. It helped provide some answers and left me with less of a sense of disarray. Read morePublished on January 6, 2011 by sweet pea