Between Death and Life by Dolores Cannon
Offering both comfort to the fearful and confirmation to the curious, this title examines different levels of existence in the spirit realms. What happens at the point of death? Where do we go afterwards? Does one's personality survive after death?How are the good and the bad experiences of life accounted for? What is the purpose of life? These are questions everybody asks. And no one is better qualified to provide reasonable answers than Dolores Cannon.
During fifteen years of detailed research, this widely experienced and well-respected American past-life regression therapist has accumulated a mass of credible information about the death experience and what lies beyond. While reliving their dying experiences, hundreds of subjects reported the same memories. The similarity and sincerity of their recollections are too convincing to be ignored.
This book is a good introduction to the death experience, to guides and guardian angels; ghosts and walk-ins. It examines different levels of existence in the spirit realms; the healing places for the damaged; the schools where you integrate lessons learned on Earth and where you discover the laws of the Universe; how you plan your next incarnation, the lessons to be learned and future karmic relationships before birth.