Medicine and technology has changed so many things about the way people live. They have also altered a great deal of things about the way people die. People who generations ago would have quietly passed away, today are being revived to continue to live their lives. The literary market-place is filled with powerful near-death experience books which tell their stories and give insight into what lies beyond the grave. Here are twelve books which may give you comfort and proof.
Heaven Is for Real: A Little Boy's Astounding Story of His Trip to Heaven and Back | by Todd Burpo and Lynn Vincent
Regardless of your religious perspective, this book is well-written and worth reading. Four-year-old Colton Burpo expresses his experiences during an emergency appendectomy. During the surgery, his heart stopped and as he was being resuscitated, he journeyed beyond the operating room. The book has sold over 10 million copies, spent 206 weeks on the New York Times best-seller list, and has spawned a movie of the same name.
Life After Life: The Investigation of a Phenomenon | by Raymond A. Moody, Jr.
One of the first books published on the near-death experiences, Moody interviewed over 100 people who were declared clinically dead but survived. Published in 1975, the word introduced terms and images that today are very familiar. The book has sold over 13 million copies.
Embraced by the Light | by Betty Eadie
One of the most popular books written on near-death experiences, Eadie's book is simple and clear. The book spent weeks at the top of the New York Times best-seller list. Her book prompts you to live without fear and to find peace during times of trial and grief.
7 Lessons From Heaven | by Mary C. Neal, M.D.
Dr. Neal's inspiring story of the account of a kayaking accident that took her life has fascinated millions through her book, To Heaven and Back. Since she began to share the account, she has learned that she had more to share, and that it includes answers to a bigger question: How does knowing that heaven is real change living life on earth.
On Life After Death | by Elisabeth Kübler-Ross, M.D.
Considered a pioneer in the grief and hospice movements, Dr. Kübler-Ross was one of the first to discuss death from the perspective of a scholar. Her concepts of the five stages of processing grief and dying have transformed the understanding of millions. This book is a collection of essays, based on studies of more than 20,000 people who had near-death experiences. Her sensitive and thoughtful perspectives will enlighten your vision of dying and the afterlife.
Understanding What Lies Beyond
The moments preceding death amaze and intrigue nearly everyone. Questions about the reality of existence beyond death haunt thought processes and behavior. Near-death experience books provide a perspective by sharing personal understanding due to life-changing circumstances.