FOUR INSPIRATIONAL ESSAYS
As a pioneer of the hospice movement, Dr. Elisabeth Kübler-Ross was one of the first scholars to frankly discuss our relationship with death. By introducing the concept of the five stages of dying, her work has informed the lives of countless people as they face the grieving process. This classic collection of four essays - based on Dr. Kübler-Ross's studies of more than twenty thousand people who had near-death experiences - illuminates her sensitive, original, and even controversial findings on death, dying, and the afterlife. Now with a new foreword from Caroline Myss offering a personal perspective on Dr. Kübler-Ross, On Life After Death presents writings that challenge and encourage us to approach the end of life not with trepidation, but with clear-eyed, compassionate love.
I've read just about every book on NDE, and life after death. I'm so glad I read this one!! If you're not a believer, you will be once you've read this book..
This is the fourth book I've read in the past two weeks regarding life after death and the second one authored by a physician. At the outset, I readily admit to being a total skeptic, despite having been raised as a Roman Catholic. The preponderance of evidence cited in this book helped to reassure me of an afterlife. In fact, it supports the concepts and descriptions offered in the other books.
I found this book to be the most comprehensive and detailed with many explanations satisfying even the most scientific and logical mind. If you are interested in learning about the afterlife, I highly recommend this book.
On Life After Death
This is loveliest, most reassuring book I've ever
read. Her observations come from a lifetime of
experience and not from any taught or preconceived ideas.