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Soul and Reincarnation: What Happens to Soul at the Time of Death Paperback – November 5, 2011
About the Author
Dr. Sukhraj S. Dhillon has an advanced degree in life sciences and molecular biology from the west and a fascination with yoga, breathing, religion and spirituality from the east crafted out of studies at Yale University, U.S.A. and Punjab University, India. Therefore, he is uniquely qualified to present a synthesis of eastern and western approaches towards concept of Soul, God, science, religion and spirituality. He has published over 12 books and 40 research papers, and has expressed his views in the news media and workshops. He has been the President, Chairman of the board, and life-trustee of a non-profit religious organization and has expressed his views in the congregation and at international seminars. Most of his titles are now available at Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and other book sellers.
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I would however highly recommend Swami Prabhupada's commentary on the Bhagavad Gita for a genuine explanation by Krishna as to what is the soul & reincarnation.
What I found most surprising was the balance of ideas, the back and forth of science and religion. The author does a commendable job of stating both sides clearly and with as much impartiality as humanly possible. I have to say the chapter on transmigration of DNA was my favorite, very interesting take on the idea of reincarnation. Even if you don't agree with it, you can see the validity of the theory. I also enjoyed the last section, which listed the many issues that exist when trying to prove the existence of souls and reincarnation. Again, very balanced overview.
As with any book that deals with religion, it might not be for everyone. Although it would be wonderful if very religious people would read it, I doubt they'd find it half as informative as it's meant to be. I can only hope that some of the spiritual people out there will pick it up. It's well worth the attention.