I can't say as I only have the audio version but plan on buying the print version to be able to read over and over again what Anita message is to us after she comes back from her NDE.
None I have read
Her voice to her own story.
My extreme reaction was peace and understanding. There are many books written on why we are here and how should we live and what happens when we die. But she has it all in a story form most people can identify with.
As a spiritualist minister who helps the sick overcome their illness, the dying cross over and the living deal with losing loved one I have recommended this book to many people who have come back and thanked me as it has brought them comfort and information to deal with their current fears and issues.
yes because is very clear and well narrated
the part that it is a real story
Perfectly wonderful. Touching and inspiring. I've heard it twice in less than a month, which is not usual for me. Thankful.
Of the few books that I have listened to on the topic of spirituality, this book is at the top.
Chapters 7 through 9 were a very clear and concise account of dying and the immediate life after.
I liked Anita's reading of the book. She has a clear and soothing voice. She also reads at a speed that suits the topic. I found the book easy to understand.
I have been on a spiritual quest for many yrs and I found it easy to agree with all of the information that Anita gives in this book, including the account of what happened to her in her "near death experience". And . . . she took me beyond where I was in my spiritual quest / journey with her confident description of her experience. My one small non-positive comment is that the "set-up" (in chapters 1 through 6) for the main idea, may have been a little wordy.
A book that deals with the topic of personal death has an eager audience. Many people yearn for a glimpse behind the veil, a glimpse that would seem to exist in a narrative such as Moorjani's, a narrative that captures the experience of near death.
Moorjani sets the stage for her NDE in meticulous detail, describing her religious, cultural, and family background as a transplanted resident of Hong Kong. Eventually, we arrive at the core of her story, her near death and her experience on the other side.
Anyone who has stood at the deathbed of a loved one welcomes with great joy her description of the release from pain, the happiness at being welcomed by departed loved ones, the feeling of basking in an overwhelming love that knows no bounds, makes no demands. At some point during her description of this experience, she begins to get bogged down in the repetitiveness that plagues her writing, and we grow just a little tired of the constant references to "unconditional love and acceptance" and the "irrelevance of time". Still, her story is sufficiently compelling to carry us along, and her description of her re-entry into the world of the living is an illuminating comment on the limitations of our human grasp of life.
Things really start to break down when she begins to lecture the listener/reader on the insights that she has gained from her experience. Her constant references to the oneness of the cosmos and the universe, our magnificence, our importance as little colourful threads in an enormous tapestry are worthwhile concepts but they rapidly become tiresome repeats of a sermon we've heard and heard and heard. By the time Moorjani finally gets around to winding up her book, her comments have become annoying.
Her story is worthwhile; her recording of it could have used some serious editing.
I'm so grateful for hearing Anita's NDE. It has changed my life.
It's Anita's real life story
No and I've listened to it over and over again
The narrator, Anita. She is incredible! She has her own mind, sensitivity towards others, and a heart of gold.
I listened to this a few months ago. It is encouraging, loving, and brings a feeling of peace to life- and to the afterlife. What a beautiful book!
Moorjani's description of time or lack of time during her near-death-experience.
She read too slowly and her voice was slightly monotone.
Yes, a movie starring Sarita Choudhury.
This book was too short. I wish Moorjani would have dug a little deeper into her self hate thoughts.
You will not be disappointed if you get this book. I was drawn into the story immediately and it just kept getting better and better as I continued on. Anita narrates the story in such a way that you feel like she is telling it to you personally. I thoroughly enjoyed the message she had to share, and the insights. I am on my second listen because I want to absorb every word. This book will answer your questions, and for me it brought peace to my heart and soul. Thank-You for this fantastic book!