An unorthodox personal tale of both tragedy and transcendence, My Life After Life confronts timeless questions concerning what happens to our loved ones and ourselves after death. The journey began for Doctor K Paul Stoller one evening in 2007 when he received a phone call from the state police that his 16-year-old son Galen had been killed three hours earlier at an unguarded railroad crossing. Dr. Stoller and his mother, Galen's beloved grandmother, were driving from Santa Fe, New Mexico to a charity banquet in Albuquerque. In shock, they turned around immediately and headed back to Santa Fe. Shortly thereafter, Dr. Stoller's son appeared and eventually began to communicate with him in dream states. Keenly aware of their emotional bond during his son's life, Dr. Stoller would soon realize just how powerfully that bond could express itself. Confused at first, plagued by disbelief, and overwhelmed with grief, Dr. Stoller experienced difficulty in accepting what was happening to him, both the stress of the loss and the stress of the contact. Galen had to demonstrate that it was truly him reaching across cosmic boundaries to sustain contact with his father. Eventually convinced of this reality, Dr. Stoller began journaling hundreds of pages of communication from Galen about his new circumstances, which led eventually to this book, dictated by Galen and recorded by his father. Stoller's only comments in this revelatory account appear in his Editor's Notes at the end of each chapter.
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Out of this world!
I don't think this book is for everyone. It requires an intuitive awareness and implicit belief that everything described about other dimensions, portals, worlds and beings, is absolutely real. This was the case for me. I give this book 5 stars because of its original concept and because it validated things I already believed, and reminded of things I had known (possibly from past incarnations). Thank you Gallen and Ken.
Really made me think
My Life After Life
Interesting. ... Thought provoking .... Mixed with imagination, emotion and honest connections