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Almost one in five near-death experiences are not peaceful suggestions of heaven. In a wide-ranging and far from gloomy look at "the other near-death experience," Nancy Evans Bush gives the first comprehensive look at a fascinating but neglected topic: NDEs and deathbed visions of fear, emptiness, and even hell.
A wonderfully readable book, grounded in thirty years of experience and research, Dancing Past the Dark: Distressing Near-Death ExperiencesÂ is packed with first-person accounts, engrossing discussion and factual answers to a myriad of questions, both religious and secular, with practical suggestions for integrating such an experience or encountering one as a caregiver. Here are ways of thinking about the subject that will be new to many readers. What becomes evident is that to see these only as a terrible threat about death is largely to miss their point.
"...absolutely enthralling--literary, adventurous, incisive, informative and smart." ~Steve Volk, Â Fringe-ology
"The book is an outstanding piece of work. It is a wonderfully comprehensive and rich history of what can be known and what might be considered about NDEs [and] bursts with anecdote and commentary, reinforcing for the reader that there is always another way to see things." Â ~ Wayne Rollins, MDiv, PhD, Soul and Psyche, Jung and the Bible, and other titles
"Dancing Past the Dark is what we have all been waiting for... a must for any experiencer of...any type of encounter with the numinous. Â ~ P. M. H. Atwater, LHD, Near-Death Experiences: The Rest of the Story
"A valuable contribution to the NDE literature and engagingly written. It needs to be seen and read by the wider public." ~J. Harold Ellens, MDiv, PhD, Understanding Religious Experience; Miracles: God, Science and Psychology
Author : Nancy Evans Bush
ISBN : 1936912538
Language : English
No of Pages : 330
Publication Date : 8/7/2012
Format/Binding : Paperback
Book dimensions : 9x5.9x0.8
Book weight : 0.01
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