|Inledning||Betty J. Eadie|
- Visions and Real Life
- In a New Light
- The Sids Study
- The Circuit Boards of Mysticism Revisited
- The Secret Club
In this brilliant and compassionate work, Dr. Melvin Morse, author of Closer to the Light and Transformed by the Light, examines premonitions, angelic encounters, mystical experiences, and deathbed visions to find that they are not hallucinations or fantasy, but nature's transition from life to death.
Parting Visions uses meticulous research to show that pre-death visions can empower the dying and the living. Not only do these mystical events give people control at a troubling time, they help them understand the phenomenon of death. Through the testimony of men and women who have had a wide range of spirutal experiences, this book explores the mysteries of death and even the meaning of life itself.
Readers will share Dr. Morse's excitement as he reveals:
- the five traits that make it possible to tell when real events are foretold by dreams
- true stories of people who have experienced encounters with their deceased loved ones and how their lives were changed by these encounters
- the frequency of precognitive dreams, events that are far more common and reliable than previously thought.
In addition, this book presents groundbreaking premonition research showing that mothers whose children are victims of crib death (SIDS) often have accurate visions or knowledge of those deaths before they happen.
For those who have watched a loved one die, the visionary experiences discussed in this book can reaffirm the meaning of life, helping to restore order and dignity so that the end of life can be a time of natural peace and calm. Technology can prolong life longer than ever before. Parting Visions explores the delicate area of death in our society, enabling us to make the deahbed scene less frightening for the dying and more healing for those left behind.
With a deeply moving introduction by Betty J. Eadie, author of Embraced by Light, here is a work of major scientific importance that both reassures and inspires.