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Glimpses of Eternity

By: Raymond A. Moody Jr. MD PhD, Paul Perry
Narrated by: Chris Sorensen
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Dr. Raymond Moody revolutionized the way we think about death with his first book, Life After Life, first-hand accounts from people who clinically died and then returned to life. Their experiences of going through a tunnel and encountering angelic beings confirmed life after death for millions of listeners and readers. Since the publication of Life After Life, thousands of people contact Dr. Moody each year to share the unexpected things they felt, saw and heard when they were close to death...or when someone dear to them passed away.

As a result of this steady stream of material, Dr. Moody uncovered another common thread to what happens when we die. Glimpses of Eternity tells us that family and friends are often swept into the firsts moments of their loved one's journey from this life to the next. Dr. Moody calls these "shared death experiences." Glimpses of Eternity is the first book to talk about this beautiful aspect of our spiritual connections with one another. Entire families gathered for a loved one's passing all see a bright light from an unknown source. Some witness a gentle mist rising from an unknown source. Others tell of accompanying a family member halfway to heaven. A woman recounts experiencing a film-like review of her spouse's life and learning things she could never have known otherwise.

The stories in Glimpses of Eternity are at once surprising and soothing. They offer comfort and hope, and shed new light on the mysterious journey we take at life's end.

©2010 Raymond Moody Jr., MD, PhD, and Paul Perry (P)2020 Tantor