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Journey of Souls: Case Studies of Life Between Lives Paperback – July, 1994
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Journey of Souls by Michael Newton, Ph.D., is the first book to answer all of these questions, including what happens to our souls as we await rebirth. No book or novel could be more startling and provocative than Journey of Souls. That's why over 165,000 people already have this book. You should get it, too.
What you will read in Journey of Souls will shake your preconceptions about death. Over the years, Dr. Newton, using a special hypnosis technique he developed, has taken hundreds of people into the spirit world. The 29 cases recounted here encompass the reports of the very religious, the spiritually noncommitted, and those in between. Surprisingly, they all displayed a remarkable consistency in the way they answered questions about the spirit world.
Perhaps, it is not surprising at all. It is simply the truth. You can take this truth to help you understand the purpose behind your life choices and learn why your soul and the souls of those you love live eternally.
You owe it to yourself to get Journey of Souls.
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This description of the nature of the universe and our place within it is fully compatible with discoveries in quantum physics, as well as many traditional faiths. It is simultaneously scientific and spiritual. I experienced profound shifts while it- was changed by it. I cannot recommend it enough. If you buy only one book this year, make it this one!
Added 9/3/13: I'm curious after all these years how valid or useful readers have found Newton's approach. I started a discussion called "Life Between Lives- Valid? Useful?"- it's on the Kindle Edition page for the book, at the bottom of the page, here:
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I would love to hear of others' experiences with it, personally or professionally, or thoughts in general, especially as it relates to other approaches.Read more ›
I am a mystic and have had memories of past lives, as have many people. My daughter recommended Journey of Souls, and in a conversation with her before I had received mine (her gift), I told her about my immediate past death and what happened afterwards. She was amazed as she said, "That's right." Why? The first thing I said was that I had died so many times that I knew what had happened to me. This was a familiar thread in this book because the trauma of death is exactly that--trauma; however, these interviews show hope and continuance.
My journey through this book was a confirmation of what I already believed happens right after death and of what the between-world, the place of souls, is about. So, although there was not a lot of new information for me in the first third to half of the book, it made me feel very happy just reading it because the descriptions from others paralleled my own. There is nothing so rejuvenating as corroboration from a myriad of strangers.
For anyone who wonders if there is life after death, this answers that question as well as providing insight into soul development and progression. One of the most interesting aspects were the "keys" that we memorize so that we will know certain people as they enter our lives; that feeling of "Gee, I know you," indeed is reality.
Many years later I read Dr. Raymond Moody's "Life After Life" which introduced me to a spiritual world I might be able to understand and rationalize rather than just believe. Dr. Moody interviewed over 100 people who were declared clinically (brain and heart) dead, and later revived. He tells their stories. Dr. Newton's "Journey of Souls: Case Studies of Life Between Lives" picked up where "Life After Life" left off, and takes a giant leap toward understanding the life of the immortal soul.
I'd like to live my life looking toward that "last judgment" I learned about in school. Dr. Moody tells how a "being of light" asks a non-verbal question which none of his subjects is able to reproduce precisely in words. This early discovery of Dr. Moody was published in 1975. Dr. Newton's 1994 "Journey of Souls" explains the process more thoroughly. Dr. Newton hypnotizes people, and helps them explore their past lives and their spiritual existence between lives while under hypnosis. The non-verbal question is far more complex than "What have you learned?", "How have you loved and been loved?", or "Was it worth it?" -- the approximations interpreted by Moody's subjects.
Dr. Newton, through summaries and transcripts of his hypnotherapy sessions, helps us learn about spirit guides, (guardian angels), our welcoming into the spiritual world after death (judgment), and the maturation of the souls (karma/nirvana/the beatific vision).Read more ›
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totally amazing book....loved it..could not put it down going to buy the second book nextPublished 1 day ago by Amazon Customer
Very interesting. It's a new way of looking at life after deathPublished 1 day ago by Amazon Customer
I have a hard copy of this book and first read it ages ago and have read it at least twice since. However I decided as it is a favourite I wanted a copy on my kindle for ease of... Read morePublished 4 days ago by Stolly
I've been recommending his books to everyone. If you have wonder what happens after we die, the actual accounts of his clients will tell you all. Read morePublished 5 days ago by Ampycas
Wonderful book. Wonderful beginning to the journey. Read the rest! Find a practitioner in your area and experience it for yourself.Published 6 days ago by Kindle Customer
I recently lost a young family member & was really struggling with wrapping my head around it all. Read more