Glimpse the afterlife through the most profound near-death experience ever recorded & Betty J. Eadie’s International & NYT #1 Bestseller Embraced By The. The Art of Happiness by Dalai Lama XIV Embraced by the Light by Betty J. Eadie Hello from Heaven by Bill Guggenheim The Tibetan Book of Living and Dying. Embraced by the Light is not just Betty Eadie’s story of dying during surgery and coming back to life; it is actually a journey into the meaning of this life.

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We should never compare our talents or weaknesses to another’s. Get fast, free shipping with Amazon Prime. Embraded saw aspects to my features I had never known before, adding a wholeness, a completeness to my view. Any act of faith will bless us. How would the children get along without me? He was reminded that Jesus Christ came to earth to chastise the religious leaders of his time, who were also leading their people in the wrong path.

Still surrounded by light, Jesus smiled at me, and I felt his approval.

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I saw that some failed because of their own weaknesses, and some failed because of the weaknesses of others. I saw that the river was fed by a large cascading waterfall of the purest water, and from there the river fed into a pond. View all 5 comments. He had studied the Emhraced for many years in the original languages. It may sound redundant and we all remember as children being told, “When you grow thee, you’ll understand…” Even so, the truth is this: At nine o’clock the nurse brought my evening medication.

She felt their deep love and concern; they filled her with joy. Then questions began coming to my mind.

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How your actions made others feel, and what was the long term affect on them, and the people they came into contact with. Our most severe challenges will one day reveal themselves to be our greatest teachers. Although I recognized that there were different ways to view God and to worship him, I think I remained convinced that he was still the God who would punish me if I ever died and appeared before him.


My time would come when my mission, my purpose, my meaning in this life was accomplished. We prayed for God’s will to pour upon our earth to all countries, and it is my belief that he has done this very thing according to the current growth of its people.

We were all one! My life has meaning now and I’m determined to live life to its fullest—to learn, grow, and love. She gives a description of a garden in the after world that is truly magical.

While her account incorporated elements of traditional Christianityit also met with a certain degree of resistance as well.

I saw that he governs this knowledge and controls its power. She is rather too conscious in her book, of being a privileged being with knowledge to impart to the rest of us. I also liked that she came to understand that all of us wanted to come to Earth and that we even agreed to have difficult experiences here- that we willingly accepted the challenge. Everything from within the spirit is manifested in the flesh, but the flesh and attributes of the flesh cannot invade the spirit against the will of the spirit — it is the spirit within us that chooses.

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I heard a soft buzzing sound in my head and continued to sink until I felt my body become still and lifeless. I saw love and happiness increase in others’ lives because of that one simple act on my part.

Again I felt their love and the joy they felt in helping me. The immaturity of us both, and the fact that we had vastly different goals in life, ended our marriage embraceed years later.

After she died and came back to life, she felt, “I am not afraid to die anymore, because I kind of know a little more about it now. Within a short time I began to feel that the only way out was for me to get married and start a family of my own. From everything I’ve read about NDE’s, the experience is often colored by your personal religious beliefs, and Betty’s account is very Christian. We wanted to remain together, and that, combined with our growing maturity, is the glue that has held us together through the years.

When my parents arrived, they were told eembraced they had almost lost me. The spirit is emotional, accepting, and internalizes.


This was largely, in part, to its teaching as she reported she was given it that some denominations might approximate truth better than others.

And then there was my gown; as I looked down I realized that it covered only the bare essentials. Did God create other worlds, within and without the universe, capable of sustaining life?

There’s a problem loading this menu right now. Betty Eadie’s book illustrates the stages of the experience with superb writing that bridges this gap; she makes the unknowable comprehensible. My Continuining Journey To Love. My friends in the garden were full of love as they stood around me, and they realized that I didn’t want to go back yet, that I wanted to see more. I’m not sure if her description is a true description of heaven bu I loved this book. She explains, however, that different teachings were more appropriate for certain individuals embrraced their given stage of spiritual development, and therefore judgment should not be passed on them for where they were.

The day before the scheduled abortion I was in the hospital to be examined by another team of doctors, and they were in agreement that we should continue as planned. I felt his kinship with me, and I knew that we were family. He had a background similar to my own and also a desire for a strong family unit. I also understood that there are other types of angels, including a type called “Warring Angels. You can read part of his story from btety account of his wife that is included below this article.

Different topics are explored, such as how a body is selected for birth, how “you” come to judge yourself, how you can send yourself to hell like conditions, because of your desire bety do so, as well as why the “laws” are like they are.

The various concepts of the tunnel that people claim to see are explored. I have recommended this book to everyone, and will continue to do so.