Books on Near-Death Experiences

Click here to view Dying to Be Me in the SPL catalogDying to Be Me: My Journey from Cancer to Near Death, to True Healing by Anita Moorjani
A fascinating account of a woman’s remarkable near-death experience in which she finds her path in life.  Born to Indian parents in Singapore, growing up in Hong Kong, and educated by British education, Moorjani was an outsider from the very beginning culturally, religiously and spiritually. This contributed to her difficult life before she was diagnosed with cancer in April 2002. After almost four years of fighting the disease, her body began shutting down and subsequently she went into a coma. As she lay in a coma, she entered into an incredible near-death experience where she realized the actual cause of her disease. From this near-death experience, she found that her own inner strength could save her and decided to come back. Upon regaining consciousness, Moorjani recovered completely from cancer with unthinkable speed.

Click here to view Proof of Heaven in the SPL catalogProof of Heaven: A Neurosurgeon’s Journey into Afterlife by Eben Alexander
As a neurosurgeon, Dr. Alexander saw that near-death experiences are illusions produced by brains under extreme stress. When a rare disease attacked his own brain, Dr. Alexander was put into a coma. During seven days of deep unconsciousness, Dr. Alexander himself experienced what thousands of others experienced, something that he didn’t believe in before: A journey to the other realm. This experience convinced him of the existence of afterlife and changed him forever. Because of his unique standing as a neurosurgeon, Dr. Alexander’s story will surely make a big impact on the field of near-death experience studies and those who wonder what it is like when we die.

Click here to view Life After Life in the SPL catalogLife After Life: The Investigation of A Phenomenon-Survival of Bodily Death by Raymond A Moody
In this groundbreaking scientific book, Dr. Moody creates a new branch of science: near-death experience studies.  Through more than 100 case studies, Dr. Moody gives detailed accounts of and analysis on stories of men and women who experienced clinical death and were subsequently resuscitated.  The publication of Life After Life has brought us a whole new perspective for understanding death.  Dr. Moody has since become the world’s leading authority in the field of near-death studies and has inspired generations of researchers in the field.

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