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37 Seconds: Dying Revealed Heaven's Help--A Mother's Journey Paperback – January 10, 2017
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“Stephanie Arnold’s journalistic instincts made this remarkable happening a compelling reading experience.” (Dennis Swanson, President of Station Operations at Fox Television)
“Engaging, riveting, terrifying, inspiring, enlightening...this book isn’t just for the believer, this book is for the curious and the cynical...No matter who you are, the story of what happened to this woman when she died for ‘37 seconds’ will make you rethink how we all should live.” (Maureen Maher, CBS News correspondent/48 Hours)
“Arnold’s amazing, enthralling, and revealing story of how her clairvoyant visions anticipated and ultimately brought her back from the clutches of death could redefine the way clergy, physicians, and scientists think about dying…Nay Sayers and believers alike must take note of what really happens during those 37 seconds of death.” (Dr. Rachael Ross, co-host of The Doctors)
“I found myself wanting to read page after page without a break. There are so many thoughts I had and have - thoughts about western medicine, thoughts about life, thoughts about afterlife, thoughts about speaking out, thoughts about intuition.” (Debra Wong Yang, Former Judge and US Attorney)
“A remarkable story of strength and love, Arnold’s simple, direct prose reaches deep into your heart. This is a beautiful story of spirit about how life is to be cherished and how love is to be honored. I’m looking forward to the movie!” (Diane Alexander, Producer, The Second City)
“A vivid account of Arnold’s clinical death--a death she foresaw--following the birth of her son. If you’re skeptical of such things, Arnold’s reporting on her own story will make you a believer. You won’t want to put it down. (Bethany McLean, Vanity Fair contributing editor and New York Times bestselling author)
“Not everyone with a great story to tell is also a great writer. Fortunately for us Arnold is the whole package; a truly gifted writer who gives us the gift of her heartfelt and life-changing story. Life and death, love and caring come together in this must-read remembrance.” (James Rickards, author of The Death of Money)
“A phenomenal read. This novel is for anyone who needs to be reminded that your own intuition is a perfectly good explanation for any of your thoughts, perceptions, or beliefs. It’s your inner wisdom designed to guide you through life and protect you.” (Briana Williams, MamaGlow.com)
“Wow! Riveting. Stephanie Arnold takes all her readers--even the hyper-logical--on her journey along the most fascinating paths of the human spirit.” (Matthew Rhodes-Kropf, Associate Professor, Harvard Business School)
“A rapid, tense drama… a medical phenomenon coupled with her unusual ability to follow through on the forewarnings she received. Arnold’s explanations are non-melodramatic, illuminating, edifying, and leave the door wide open for new discussions about souls and where the life force goes when the body dies.” (Shelf Awareness)
“I loved 37 Seconds. Loved. It. This book is emotional and moving and contains such an important message of God’s love.” (Tracy A. Fischer for Readers' Favorite Book Review)
“Stephanie Arnold’s ability to create a well-constructed out of body and near-death experience enables readers to ponder such things for themselves…a must-read. It encourages us all to believe that there is so much more beyond our understanding of our physical lives. A thought-provoking and inspiring read.” (Hilary Hawkes for Readers' Favorite Book Review)
From the Back Cover
Pregnant with her second child, Stephanie Arnold began receiving mysterious but strong premonitions that she would die during the delivery. Distressed, Stephanie did everything she could to inform the medical team and her family about what she knew was coming. No one believed her, but Stephanie knew they were wrong. When she gave birth to her son, Stephanie flatlined and died on the operating table for 37 seconds, during which time she had a spiritual experience she would never forget.
After reading what Stephanie discovered in her search to make sense of what happened to her, you will never look at life, death, and the afterlife the same way again.--This text refers to the Hardcover edition.
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I read enough reviews before I bought it to know I wasn't going to be reading about some detailed NDE experience with God and heaven, so be aware that is not necessarily where this book is going--although the author does flat line and have some brief other side experiences.
It's a great story that grabbed me from the start in which the author has premonitions of dying as a result of giving birth, but her doctors find nothing abnormal in her tests to suggest trouble. What a scenario! It's almost like a thriller in that respect. She has these overwhelming feelings, literally feeling the blood pouring out of her sometimes--but what can she do? How can she prepare? Who will listen? The doctors can't find anything wrong. She's so sure she's going to die, she actually writes letters to her loved ones to be opened upon her demise--although at the last minute, some superstitious feeling keeps her from signing them.
I don't want to give away what happens. It's an amazing story.
One of the big takeaways: If you sense something, say something! Fabulous book.
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