Now considered a classic in the field, this remarkable book was the first to fully explore the mystery of life between lives. Journey of Souls presents the first-hand accounts of 29 people placed in a "superconscious" state of awareness using Dr. Michael Newton's groundbreaking techniques. This unique approach allows Dr. Newton to reach his subjects' hidden memories of life in the spirit world after physical death. While in deep hypnosis, the subjects movingly describe what happened to them between lives. They reveal graphic details about what the spirit world is really like, where we go and what we do as souls, and why we come back in certain bodies. Through the extraordinary stories in this book, you will learn the specifics about:
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The way it seemed to be a work of passion and integrity. The trust was earned, and I never again questioned it's authenticity. I found myself looking forward to the next available time I had to listen and learn, so much so that I purchased his follow up book Destiny of Souls.
It made me curious about my past lives to the point of locating local practitioners. I must add that I haven't had the nerve to follow through yet.. I also have serous doubts about the competence of the local past life regressionists here in Montreal, although this may be more of an excuse out of doing it than a competence issue.
I have the upmost respect for Dr. Michael Newton. Thank you good Doctor for doing this important work.
I am not sure who the audience is for this book.
I am not sure, maybe the Untethered Soul.
narrator was ok, content of the book didn't really have a meaning or story to it....
Who is this book for? audience, have no idea. I just couldn't finish this book. I attempted twice I think that's it.
If you're familiar with philosophy and meta physics you'll love this book. Dr Newton fills in the blanks where all other books are afraid to go. The stories are fantastic, logical, and everything in this book is very insightful.
This was a very interesting book. However, it seemed to focus so much on learning that I was beginning to think that "heaven" is a very boring place. I just have trouble understanding why someone would want to come back to earth to experience something that would make them less selfish - or whatever the goal is. I'm certain it is true, but I wouldn't be as excited about it as they appear to be.
If I understood more about the spirit world in this book other than having different levels of learning, I would have enjoyed it more. And the one incident when the person could not be with a loved one other than in his mind because that loved one was more advanced did not sit well with me.
In truth, I believe I found this just a little depressing.
I found the book very thought provoking. I liked the way he allowed the voices of his subjects speak. His conclusions are compatible to the development of consciousness ala Hawkins and others.
If true, this is the most important book I have ever read - though we will never know. If not true, it is a thoroughly engrossing and entertaining piece of work. Either way, it is enjoyable.
Powerfully provides foundations of the structure of existence surrounding life here on Earth. And it's a good beginning for someone on the path of asking grand questions like why and who am I really? The book doesn't contain the answers, but it's information provides some of the context needed to find the answers from within ourselves while on this path. So much more to learn and remember. May your Journeys be fruitful!
Someone recommended this book to me. I was skeptical at first since I don't believe in reincarnation. I am glad I listened to it. I like the message behind it. Only negative thing: I would have preferred a different or different voices for the patients.
The book was OK overall. It started off very interesting and I thought that it was going to be great. However, as it went on, it seemed to be the same sort of idea throughout the book. The author had 29 case studies in the book, which were all fairly similar - which led me to get bored with the book.
I grew to hate how the book was read when the Dr. was interviewing a subject. The way this was read could have and should have been changed.
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