Is There Life After Death?
- Narrated by: Elisabeth Kubler-Ross
- Length: 2 hrs and 14 mins
- Release date: 11-23-15
- Language: English
- Publisher: Sounds True
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Dr. Kübler-Ross spent decades with thousands of dying patients, observing and inquiring with an open mind and a researcher's precision, uncovering many astonishing insights into what all human beings experience when we die. Though she kept much of this stunning research private during her life, you now have a chance to hear her speak directly about:
The ethereal body - Dr. Kübler-Ross' remarkable verification of this transition state between this life and the next
Being welcomed by our loved ones who have gone before us and how we now have evidence for this extraordinary phenomenon
Encountering teachers, guardian spirits, and religious figures in our journey after death - an experience that occurs in every culture and belief system
What happens to us after we reach the divine light, described by many as the source of unconditional love
The question of life after death has been pondered in world religions throughout the ages, but now this compassionate scientist sheds a new light on the eternal mystery of the soul's passage beyond this physical existence. Is There Life After Death? is an unprecedented opportunity to hear of one of the most renowned healers of our time as she speaks to us about the wonder, joy, and hope of the journey that awaits us all.
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By Jeffrey on 07-03-16
Should Not Have Been Released
I am a medical professional. Kulbler-Ross's readings were mandatory and I learned my first lessons about death and dying, the stages and all as a result so that this review is not about somebody that I don't have great respect for.
This audible is technically terrible. It sounds like a recording of a recording of a recording. Kubler-Ross's vocal inflections are difficult to understand at times. Somebody else should have narrated this work. The subject matter is difficult because it is so very controversial so that with everything else so very flawed about this presentation, the overall effect is awful. I cannot recommend this audible, certainly not in its present form.
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