Filled with extraordinary true ghost stories and surprising details about how ghosts actively participate in our lives, Van Praagh challenges us to question our perceptions and shows how we can live more fully by being open to the spirit world.
©2008 James Van Praagh; (P)2008 Tantor
born 8/8/61. Full time mechnical refrigeration "Guru". 30 yr. performing musician, Ammature ghost hunter and, a minor published author.
Yes, I have as well. I liked it.
James' uncanny accuracy.
Yes. I had trouble turning it off many times.
James Van Praagh should have left out things such as the mention of the caliber of restaurants he'd eaten at, The cost of the wine, Champagne ect. Otherwise a good story.
I have read similar books on the subject of spirits that surround us and how they may influence our lives. This one hits on important points that directly pertain to daily living without trying to convince or hard sell the concept but to merely "teach". It helps to have a genuine belief in this kind of thing or at the very least, an open mind to the possibility that ghost do exist and are there to guide and assist. I especially enjoyed the chapter on the different levels of spirit guides and also the chapter on how to protect yourself from the daily negativity and evil that exists in the world around us.
I haven't listened to Lloyd James before, but thoroughly enjoyed his clear, strong voice. It is very easy on the ears.
It's a book you may want to take in short increments as there is a lot to take in and digest. Especially if your desire is to increase your knowledge and skill at becoming aware of the present and the other dimensions that exist around us. This book also takes the time to illustrate many steps in honing your intuitive gifts.
This book is very interesting. It is told in many stories but they are stories you can identify with. I like the way it tells the story of James Van Praagh's life. This book gives you a lot to think about.
I think Lloyd James sounds a little bit like James Van Praagh. I would have loved to hear James Van Praagh tell the story himself.
I just bought another book by James Van Praagh and I hope it is as good.
I felt it was more fiction than non-fiction
Nope - I don't think he is legitimate.
The presenter was ok. It wasn't hard to listen to....just hard to believe.
I think this book should be moved to fiction
James Van Praagh delivers another awesome book, the stories and messages that James communicates are both life affirming and life changing. Just wish that James was the narrator, but the voice of the narrator is decent.
Worth the read and very enlightening. However, he tends to come across as very self absored or self importnat (I did this, I did that, etc.). Because I liked how he described the other world, which makes a lot of sense even being from a Catholic background, I've bought another of his books. Worth the read.
I really enjoyed this book! It was well written and very easy to listen to. James Van Praugh explained ghosts and the afterlife well and also spoke of cases that he worked on and also on his own life experiences. Even if are a believer of the after-life or not, it still gives the listener an opporturnity to think a bit differently.
A very interesting topic and captivates you through the whole book. Even if you are not really interested in the topic, you will listen to see what has to say next. I highly recommend this book.
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