The wonder of you
What the Near-Death Experience Tells You about Yourself
by Lynn K. Russell
This title was previously available on NetGalley and is now archived.
Pub Date 31 Jan 2020 | Archive Date 31 Jan 2020
John Hunt Publishing Ltd, www.6th-books.com
The Wonder of You.
Take a step-by-step view through the near-death experience and how it matters to your life today.
What is life? Why are we here? What are we supposed to do in this physical existence? The Wonder of You, takes the reader on an in-depth exploration of the NDE (Near Death Experience) and the amazing life lessons being brought back. Through examining thousands of accounts, Lynn K. Russell offers a step-by-step explanation of the astonishing messages and beyond to the incredible wonder you are. This book is filled with research that stretches from man’s beginnings and onwards to the future through the exciting discoveries of physics.
A Note From the Publisher
P.M.H. Atwater, LHD, author of Dying to Know You: Proof of God in the Near-Death Experience Lynn does something in this book nobody else has done. She shows you how near-death experiencers, in sharing what happened to them and what that meant to them, are actually describing the truth, the real truth, about each and every one of us… anywhere in the world! She gently and relentlessly puts the full-brunt of the near-death experience in your lap, right where you live and love and have your being. Near-death states strip away the trappings of the mind, to reveal the substance of soul.
Thank you, Lynn, for helping to awaken us.
Garrison Edwards, Amazon - One of the main ways in which we humans differ from the other animals is that from a very early age we know we will die. The great religions that shape human cultures are founded, in large part, on speculations as to what lies on the “other side” of death; heaven, hell, another life perhaps. Lynn has taken her own experience and the accounts of many who have approached (crossed) this mysterious boarder and extracted lessons addressing the deepest part of our being. Using specific aspects of the NDE as the focus of chapters, the author takes the reader through various metaphysical factors surrounding dying (and returning) to lead to the bottom line lesson. Time and space are illusions which means the world in which we live and our very individuality are all illusions as well. One of the many people who reported about her NDE experience said “This world, the universe, and even life itself, were an incredible game of pretend. … even this body I resided in and this whole three-dimensional reality was an illusion.” Another reported “Time had no meaning; everything was one and everything was so awe inspiring. I had no realization of who I was humanly anymore; everything was me and I was everything and everything was all connected.” These insights are part of the teachings of Zen, Taoism, and Advaita. Her writing style is flowing and very easy to read. Beneath the gentleness of her writing are powerful, and timely messages for the world. There is a lot of talk about Oneness these days and that’s great, but most don’t really get it yet – they aspire to it. It’s tricky stuff because the world supports our individuality and to understand Oneness, you must be able to see through the illusion of an individual self and at the same time not invalidate the individual’s importance as part of the illusion. In this particular regard, this book has helped me greatly. Thank you, Lynn.