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Journey of Souls: Case Studies of Life Between Lives Paperback – July, 1994
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Learn the latest details and most recent groundbreaking discoveries that reveal, for the first time, the mystery of life in the spirit world after death on Earth—proof that our consciousness survives—in Journey of Souls by Michael Newton, Ph.D.
Through the extraordinary stories in this book, discover:
- How it feels to die
- What you see and feel right after death
- The truth about "spiritual guides"
- How you choose another body to return to Earth
- When and where you first learn to recognize soulmates on Earth
- The purpose of life on Earth
- And more!
Journey of Souls is a controversial yet inspiring investigation of the big question we all face at one point or another: "What happens after we die?" To find the answer, Newton opens cases from his private practice in which he hypnotically regressed his clients to a point between lives--after death, but before birth. Not only does Newton grapple with reincarnation, the spirit world, and the nature of the human soul, he also tackles equally sticky questions such as "Is there a Heaven and Hell?" and "What are ghosts?" Readers with a penchant for skepticism will balk at the lack of physical evidence to back up the claims in Journey of Souls, but the book remains a reassuring voice, affirming that our existence is not limited to the boundaries of our mortal flesh. --Brian Patterson
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Sooner or later, everyone wants to consider certain questions: Why am I here on Earth? Where will I go after death? What happens after I die?
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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I've not been a spiritual person, or believed in God for that matter, yet I must admit that there's got to be more to life than we could possibly conceive of. I so badly want to know that he's still with me now in some way, that I'll see him again, so I'm trying to educate & convince myself...
In my desperate attempts to FIND a true belief in Spirit I've purchased many books. I've read the first 1/2 of most of them, then I tire. Then I came across this beautiful book, this gift, that has truly given me hope, made sense of things that I'd not been open to before. I'm a left-brain, scientific, fact-based thinker and the people who claim to know, really know about a God or an existence beyond, well, they've not been people that I could relate to... Now I'm truly getting there thanks to Journey of Souls.
Would it sound too crazy if I called it one of the most meaningful, hopeful, beautiful book I've ever read? My paperback copy is on my nightstand for constant go-to when I have a crashing wave of pain, I have it on Audible to lull me to sleep when I can't otherwise, and I've purchased 12 other copies for friends and family.
I LOVE this book and am so thankful for its gifts to me.
This book has impacted my life in the most profound manner. I cannot even comprehend how much it is. Even if the contents are not true, it does not matter. I know that after reading this book, I have been able to change the way I live my life, the way I have empathy for others, my true purpose in life and lastly but not the least - having peace and not afraid of death, whether it is my own or my immediate family.
The only thing you have to keep in mind is - be open to what the book is talking about. And ask your heart rather than your mind (there is a big difference) what you feel. You will be pleasantly surprised.
I highly recommend this book for personal growth and development.
In general, outside this book, people's accounts of the non-physical world differ tremendously. There is very rarely absolute concord on descriptions of God, processes, soul evolution, and astral locations, even among those with similar theologies (e.g. even among people who had NDEs involving Jesus). Contrasted with that diversity, the subjects in this book seem to use the exact same terminology when describing energy colors ("dark yellow" - really? always "dark" yellow? Not even "more intense yellow" or "deeper" yellow?). That's just the vocabulary. The theology is all oriented to New Age "ascended master" doctrine.
I can understand the depression of some readers after reading this book. The idea of enforced reincarnation (as described here and in some other books) does sound quite tedious. Even the concept of pre-planned life tragedies (as described in many books) can be depressing. But at least the best Near Death Experience or other spiritual books convey a sense of limitless joy, hope, and potential. This book so far is not the worst for squashing a sense of wonder about the spiritual world, but it's certainly not something that invokes delight in the Infinite, either.
Having lost my brother long ago, both of my parents in the past two years, and my beloved dog two weeks ago, I was yearning to read more about what happens after we die. This book was suggested to me by a friend. Interestingly, I already had downloaded it on my Kindle at some point- don't remember why - but it was there, ready and waiting.
Those who don't want to go there in terms of their spiritual beliefs or lack thereof, won't like it. That's a given. But I urge everyone to keep an open mind and read this book, especially if you have questions about life after death...and who doesn't?