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Do you occasionally have that strange feeling known as déjà vu? Do you sometimes feel that you know what is going to happen next? Do you ever have a strong feeling that actions you are about to take are the right (or wrong) thing to do?

All these perceptions may be everyday clues to your immortality. This audiobook proposes a simply amazing theory - a theory that states that personal death is a scientific impossibility.

Using the latest findings of neurology, quantum physics, and consciousness studies, Anthony Peake suggests that we never die. After listening to this audiobook, you will understand the reason for your life and how you can make it better next time.

©2006 Arcturus Publishing Limited (P)2017 Arcturus Digital Limited

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One of the best books I’ve ever read...and I read a LOT

I recommend this book to absolutely everyone who has ever questioned the nature of reality, who is dealing with grief, or who has ever wondered about life after death.

I first came across Anthony Peace’s work randomly on YouTube. I watched a clip of a joint interview he did with Physicist Tom Campbell. Anthony, a Doctor, seemed to hold his own alongside the NASA Physicist and so I decided to search him out on Audible. So happy I did.

A few people I recommended this book to stopped reading at the chapter where Anthony discusses theoretical physics/double slit experiment/Shroedinger. That’s the only issue i had with this book in that I wish he had put this chapter a little closer to the middle of the book or at the end. Having already been familiar with said concepts, it actually enhanced my understanding of the other theories presented in the book, but I can understand why others would find that chapter slightly intimidating.

That said, please power through that chapter or skip it and go back to it later. The majority of the book is written in laymen’s terms and easy to follow and understand.

I’ve never read a book that so brilliantly balanced quantum physics with theology, science fiction, science, medicine, spirituality, Gnosticism etc as brilliantly as was done here. His theories on and explanations of Deja vu, dissociative identity disorder, the illusory nature of time ...this book is a masterpiece! Honestly a treasure. I sort of already suspected a lot of what he presented in this book..not so much about living the same life over again but definitely the existence of parallel multiverses, a higher self, and the fact that death is merely an illusion. I’m happy I read this book (i intend to re-read it repeatedly throughout my life..throughout this run anyway,) and if you made it this far, it’s no “coincidence.” You too we’re in a sense meant to. So, read it.

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Not about NDE

I was looking for something more along the lines of explaining NDE and this is not it. It is very technical in a physicist kind of way, sometimes it sounds like something Sheldon Cooper would write. Concerning the theories in this book, the parts that I understood I find implausible, and using science to explain a spiritual event seems impossible. My reaction is in no way connected to religion, but that the theories here are just too depressing to accept. If you are curious about how the brain works, possible parallel realities, multiple personalities or de je vous, you might enjoy this.

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Hard To Follow

There is some good information in this book, but I found it extremely difficult to follow. It has a lot of in depth science that I had a hard understanding because I am mainly listening in my truck on my way to and from work, so no real time to try and follow more closely. I did find some useful information here and do not regret the read, however I probably wouldn't do it again.

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Fantastic Book with Fascinating Ideas

I can't imagine listening to any of Anthony's books without him narrating. He clearly has a passion for this work and it shows as he narrates. Beyond that, the ideas presented in this book, while covered in part by a variety of other works, are thoroughly enlightening. Anthony's research and experience allows him to tie things together in a way few others can. I've read dozens of books in this genre, but Anthony is easily my favorite author thus far.

In order to get the most out of this material, i strongly recommend that you be prepared to question all of your previously held beliefs. If you're ready to look further down the rabbit hole than ever before, this is a great place to start.

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I tried to like it

At the risk of portraying myself as less than heady, I just couldn’t spend my precious time with this book. Looking into this topic I thought I might glean insight but alas I simply found it confusing. Maybe good for some but not my cup of tea.

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Amazing Insights

I was discouraged by the reviews said it was difficult to follow. However I found that if I focus on what is being spoken, I followed it with ease & pleasure.
Various insights obtained from varied sources, both scientific and philosophical make up Peake’s theory of a Higher Self & it’s physical Avatar or Daemon & Edolong respectively. I also feel that my experiences are that I am an “old soul” & have lived a prior life, as my Grandfather who died before “I” was born. I look so much like him that the first photo I ever saw of him I asked my mother when that picture was taken of me. Yeah I enjoyed the book.


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Excellent book!

This really is a great book. It surprised me with how in depth the author goes into all the different aspects of this subject. It’s a must read in my opinion.

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anthony peake changed my life. we are spiritual beings having a human experience. yes we are immortal

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My thoughts

The narrating it was good, I was looking for more information in were we are headed after we die but I guess no one really knows. I understand that we are born and than we die. Sometimes I wonder what is our purpose here on earth but I guess we just live our best life one day at a time until God saids otherwise. The book was a wonderful listen, I hope other ppl give it a shot.

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Interesting, Very Interesting

The author does an outstanding job at explaining quantum physics which alone makes this book worth reading. I'm still a bit skeptical about how he connects the scientific dots but his reasoning is interesting.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 12-08-19

the answer to many questions

A life changing experience . best book so far ,would highly recommend. if you have the opportunity to read this book ,please do .

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  • amazonian
  • 02-10-20

Ironically was a book that fit me well.

An informative book that brings many interesting aspects together and explains them clearly. It presents interesting theories and facts. The first few chapters were especially interesting to me that I have came across in various niech articles but learnt so much more.

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  • Ms
  • 04-16-18

Fascinating

A rich in depth look at the nature of death & therefore existence. The duality of the human condition & states of consciousness. Lots of points of reference for further investigation, as well as an interesting exploration of de ja vu.

What I particularly enjoyed is the detail of the brains role in functionality too.

I only wish more of his books were in audiobook format.

For anyone who enjoys the work of Thomas Campbell, Anthony Peake's work is complimentary imo.

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  • Brian
  • 10-27-20

Excellent food for thought

This book is a bit academic but non-the-less, it is fascinating in my opinion. The author really does, with the help of superb narration, provide lots of food for thought. I've listened to it three times now because each time, I understand a bit more. It is truly fascinating offering compelling evidence of our continued existence after physical death. Simply excellent!

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  • mark macfarlane
  • 02-25-20

Genius insight

Excellent book! the content was absolutely mind blowing. It was ruined a but by the narrator that can't pronounce "aware", "awareness" "care", "carefully", "share", "there" and similar words properly and for some reason pronounced them with a hard U rather than an A.

I think that it's just a bit of a speech impediment rather than a regional accent thing as his English is pretty good other than this.

it's strange how one little thing can bug you when you are listening to an audiobook.

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  • James L
  • 02-15-20

Enough to last many lifetimes

A wonderful book, with enough ideas & theory to last... perhaps many lifetimes, or at least repeated listening.
God knows I’m not the sharpest tool in the box but I listened without needing to fully understand some ridiculously complex theories and examples plucked from science, psychiatry and the arts.
Congratulations Anthony your overarching theory appears to pull together much of what so many have tried to fully explain. Thank you

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  • Anonymous User
  • 08-23-21

Utterly Fascinating

I read this book a few years ago and loved it so much I decided to purchase it on audible too. It really is a most interesting and compelling listen. I actually find it spiritually uplifting. Also- it makes a difference having the author narrate. Anthony has a relaxing and listenable voice and persuasive and original arguments. I urge people to give this a shot.

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  • Hutch
  • 08-20-21

Makes you think....a lot!

It's hard to describe this book as everyone will take away different things from this. However, i found it one of the most fascinating books I've ever heard. It's made me question reality (in a 'good' way) and I love talking to friends about a number of the theories discussed in here.

I think I hit the 'rewind 30 seconds' button a thousand times to ensure I understood what was being said, but even for someone with a regulator intellect (like me), it's fairly clear to understand the overall concepts. But remembering them and sharing them in a straight-forward and clear way, well, I still need to work on that one :-)

Highly recommended and I've downloaded his other three books on here as I'm sure they will offer me equal doses of fascination and thought-provoking concepts. I can honestly say it's a life-changing listen.

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  • Sarah Elliott
  • 06-09-21

THE MOST AMAZING BOOK EVER

This is by far the best book I have ever listened to in my life.

The book is called life after death but really it should be ‘understanding the nature of reality’ I think. I just finished it and I’m starting it again


His audiobook life after death is the most fascinating and beautifully written and read audiobook I have ever read. It explains the nature of the illusion of reality from physics, neurobiology, biological, psychological, spiritual, religious and philosophical view points. Honestly amazing.

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  • FreddyMJ
  • 06-18-18

I was really enjoying this book up to a point

In my opinion the science is not backed up sufficiently so the book starts to loose credibility

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  • KJ
  • 09-12-21

Amazing

Wow, that gets you thinking! Had to have it speaking slower just to get my head around what he was saying! Was real good!

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 05-14-19

recommended

fascinating listen, good combination of spirituality, science and psychology. Well read and enjoyable to listen to

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  • Kel
  • 04-07-18

Absolutely fascinating.

This waa one of the best books I've ever read. I highly recommend it although I suggest that you only buy it if you already have read other books on the subject of quantum physics, or psychology as it may be a little difficult to understand some parts of the book if this is your first book on the subject. I'm so bummed I've finished reading it I enjoyed it so much