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Publisher's Summary

John Lerma's best-selling book, Into the Light, inspired thousands of readers to discover not only what awaits us as we prepare to make our journey from earth to heaven, but, more importantly, how to achieve heaven on earth.

In Learning from the Light, Dr. Lerma shares more angelic messages given to his patients and more stories from and about survivors who have experienced the loss of a loved one... and their visits with angels.

The mystical experiences described in this revelatory work include:

  • Messages about the future of the world.
  • Lessons on how to prepare for a peaceful and joyful transition to the next world.
  • Selfless suffering and its effect on humanity.
  • Electronic voice phenomena (EVP).
  • Interactions with white angels and dark angels.

Based on the latest research on near-death and pre-death experiences, Learning from the Light will show you:

  • How to achieve heaven on earth.
  • How to achieve self-forgiveness and self-love.
  • How to disconnect from your ego to awaken your spiritual self.

Religious skeptics often claim that heaven's existence cannot be proven, because no one has ever returned to talk about it first-hand. This is the book that proves them wrong.

©2009 John Lerma, MD (P)2013 Career Press, Inc

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Interesting

I feel that this time the doctor put more of his own personal spin and believe structure on some of the events with in this book. Yet otherwise an interesting collection of stories and certainly worth listening to.

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Nothing New Here

Although Lerma makes a few interesting observations, this book strikes me as an attempt to cash in on interest in the hereafter.
He covers well-trod paths and offers no fresh insights. Portions of his narrative amount to little more than bragging about his wealth.
Generally boring in its rehashing of old stories like the sneaker on the hospital ledge, it frequently veers off into annoying preachiness.
Don't waste your time. You've already read it.

4 of 8 people found this review helpful