The Map of Heaven

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AUTHOR
Dr Eben Alexander
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7,96 MB
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The Map of Heaven.pdf
ISBN
1534486393251

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When neurosurgeon Dr Eben Alexander published Proof of Heaven, his account of his near-death experience, he was contacted by a large number of readers: some argued that his account was impossible to believe; but others wrote to share their own profound journey to the afterlife or their stories of contact with loved ones who had died. Drawing on these stories and on research into and conversations with prominent scientist, philosophers and religious figures, Dr Alexander takes a wide-ranging look at the meaning of life, the nature of consciousness and the possibility of life after death. Dr Alexander explores the many possibilities and explanations for near-death and after-death experiences - both scientific and spiritual - and he comes to this conclusion: 'Our spirit is not dependent on the brain or body. It is eternal, and no one has one sentence worth of hard evidence that it isn't.' Compassionate, accessible and compelling, this is a book provides comfort, offers hope and reinforces what we all know to be true, whether believers or not: the strength of love is eternal, and our connections live on past death.

Each account helps us to understand just how vast the universe really is. Drawing on these accounts and lessons from religious leaders, philosophers and scientific investigations into the role of ... In The Map of Heaven, he shares the stories people have told him and shows how they are echoed both in the world's faiths and in its latest scientific insights.

Buy this book online. Books > Non-Fiction Books > Mind, Body, Spirit The Map of Heaven "The map of heaven", a nonfiction book written by Eben Alexander, goes into a deeper detail of what is presented in his previous book, his own personal near-death experience.

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