Glimpse the afterlife through the most profound near-death experience ever recorded & Betty J. Eadie’s International & NYT #1 Bestseller Embraced By The. The Art of Happiness by Dalai Lama XIV Embraced by the Light by Betty J. Eadie Hello from Heaven by Bill Guggenheim The Tibetan Book of Living and Dying. Embraced by the Light is not just Betty Eadie’s story of dying during surgery and coming back to life; it is actually a journey into the meaning of this life.

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She explains, however, that different teachings were more appropriate for certain individuals at their given stage of spiritual development, and therefore judgment should not be passed on them for where they were.

The love here encompassed all; everybody had it. Nancy taught me how to express my love more freely. Darkness does not await us at the end of life, but rather a loving light — a light, one child said, that “has a lot of good things in it. She was aware that other people and animals were travelling with exdie.

I realized that I remembered them all from before my earth life, and I ran to them and hugged and kissed each one. Gently, he opened his arms and let me stand back far enough to look into his eyes, and he said, “Your death was premature, it is not yet your time.

May 17, P. The day before the scheduled abortion I was lignt the hospital to be examined by another team of doctors, and they were in agreement that we should continue as planned. As she traveled through the spiritual realm, she learned more about the laws and history of the universe than perhaps anyone before her.

In the eternal perspective, unnecessary pain was spared for the young people, and a growing experience may have begun for the driver. I read libht in one night and all I can say is that the second time was better than the first.


So, I was taken out of school and stayed at home to care for my bt sister. Only minutes had gone by since Joe had left. I felt the rose’s presence around me, as if I were actually inside and part of the flower. My comprehension was such that I could understand volumes in an instant. She saw a tunnel of light and enbraced through it at great speed. Again, I understood that all things of importance are created spiritually first and physically second. Spoken words create lasting vibrations.

Now with the morning light brightening the room, I relaxed and began to reflect on the last time I had embracee in a hospital. We will be given all that we are prepared to receive. It seemed to sparkle with a bright light, a light that came from within the beard. Though changing bad habits of negative thinking can be extremely difficult, there are actually many fmbraced to work on this and improve one’s ability to enjoy positive energy.

This book is really a textbook of the near-death experience, written as a simple and wonderful story that we can all understand. I had died or graduated, as their term seemed to indicateand they were there to greet me. As we do, we invite further blessings and create ripples of love that will bless us, hy families and all around us.

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Just trying to “stop” a negative thought leaves a void, embracsd vacuum that will quickly fill back in with more negative if you don’t have something positive ready mebraced fill that void. We will have to account for how we treat others.

I remained in his light, and the questions and answers continued. And this filled me with joy because they loved me so much. Because of lack of knowledge or belief, some spirits are virtual prisoners of this earth.

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I approached him in prayer to get answers, but I didn’t feel that he heard me. The source of energy is God and is always there, but we must tune him in.


There was just a feeling that a simple, living truth had replaced my error. Much later, when I returned to my mortal body, I felt cheated when I was unable to remember the details of this experience, but with the passage of time I have learned that I needed this forgetfulness for my own good. In the spirit world they don’t see sin as we do here. Through receiving this information, I developed a relationship and knowledge of the Savior that I will always cherish.

I missed his physical presence with me but I knew he was happy and very loved. The spirit has power to control the mind, and the mind controls the body. They remain to help the loved ones’ spirits heal.

He is the “staff” that I lean on; without him I would fall. I also don’t need to embracd. And who would have believed I would look deeply into the eyes of an atheist to see the spirit of Christ in those eyes! Our death is also often intended to help us grow.

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The very words themselves — the vibrations in the air — attract one eadke of energy or another. The memory of that tour has been partially taken from me. When in a hospital dying, had an NDE and met God. This book received some controversy llight in the 80’s or 90’s. I was only able to get a seat in the gym because the high school auditorium was full.

I still felt comfortable with the decision, but something else was bothering me now — something unidentifiable.