Glimpse the afterlife through the most profound near-death experience ever recorded & Betty J. Eadie’s International & NYT #1 Bestseller Embraced By The. The Art of Happiness by Dalai Lama XIV Embraced by the Light by Betty J. Eadie Hello from Heaven by Bill Guggenheim The Tibetan Book of Living and Dying. Embraced by the Light is not just Betty Eadie’s story of dying during surgery and coming back to life; it is actually a journey into the meaning of this life.
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Preview — Embraced by the Light by Betty J. Embraced by the Light by Betty J. At the age of 31, Betty Eadie died after routine surgery. The events that followed can only be described as the most profound and extensive near-death experience ever recorded. During the time she was clinically dead, Betty was given knowledge of the afterlife that would make even the greatest skeptic think twice.
As she traveled through the spiritual realm, she learned mo At the age of 31, Betty Dadie died after routine surgery. As she traveled through b spiritual realm, she learned more about the laws and history of the universe than b anyone before her. She explains with uncanny detail the reasons why we have chosen to be on this earth at this time in history, and how all out actions are growing experiences for our immortal spirits. In those few minutes that stretched into eternity, Betty’s life was changed forever.
In this special unabridged recording of “Embraced by the Light,” she shares the vision eaeie a world she never imagined existed, and gives new meaning to the question, “Why are we here? Published March 6th by Onjinjinkta Publishing first earie December To see what your friends thought of this book, tthe sign up.
To ask other readers questions about Embraced by the Lightplease sign up. See 2 questions about Embraced by the Light…. Lists with This Book. I just read this within a few hours because I’m bettu at my grandmothers on Christmas waiting for a ride home.
People are way to harsh on this book! I looked through other reviews and it’s filled with 1stars. The complaints are stupid like it’s not written well. Well duh, she’s not a writer! This is a fairly short account of a woman’s near death experience. I picked it off my grandma’s shelf, so not something I’d choose for myself. This is my life. While others might spend vy long day at their gr I just read this within a few hours because I’m stuck at my grandmothers on Christmas waiting for a ride home.
While others might spend a long day at their grandmothers Facebook stalking th exes, I choose to read about a woman almost dying I am a Christian, but before litht me off you should know I don’t hate homosexuals or condemn people to hell. I liked this book because she stressed that the real message God wants us to know is one of love. Forget all the other bullshit. We need more love in the world. I think anyone can take something from this. Maybe some chapters are a little unbelievable but we’re only human and of course we’re going to question whether everything is true.
I at least enjoyed it for the mere idea of this heaven. What kind of heaven is going to be able to appease everyones wants and needs? I can’t even begin to imagine. I also don’t need to know. We all find out eventually what happens when we die. This was just enjoyable to read on a eembraced Christmas day. By the time the bath water is cold, you have finished the book.
The book is written at approximately an eighth grade reading level. And even if Eadie’s Near Death Experience was just a hallucination, so what?
I don’t care if her experience was ‘real’ in a factual way. Even if Near Death Experiences are only the result of a dying brain, the people who live to tell the tales of their adventures in death always have nice suggestions about how to live life.
Basically, the people who have died and have had a Near Death Experience consistently report that life is about learning to love other people, as well as yourself. They are kinder, smarter, and simply better people due to their deaths and subsequent resuscitations.
I think the accounts of life after death have a positive message and I think reading them has made me a nicer person. May 17, P. I read this book years ago and saw it at my Husband’s Family’s church while attending the funeral of a dear family friend and just felt compelled to pick it up again. I read it in one night and all I can say is that the second time was better than the first. You have to read it more than once to get everything.
Heck, you may have to read it several times. There’s so much material and every single bit of it is incredible! I am a Chr 5 Stars ligyt near enough to give this wonderful and moving book. I am a Christian and believe what the Bible says. I also believe that through the years several important pieces have been lost in translation or left out for some reason. So many questions have been plaguing Christians for thousands of years.
What does happen when we die? Did God create other worlds, within and without the universe, capable of sustaining life?
Some Pompous, holier than thou Christians might dismiss Betty’s experience as “flights of fancy” or at the worse “heresy”, but she backs up everything with biblical bu. I would recommend this book to anyone, Christian and non-Christian, who have had a loved one pass away or are dealing with the prospect of death. It’s truly comforting and may change the way we think of death. This is what I would class as an “inspirational” book. It did not inspire me, however, though I did find it interesting.
Eadie is a North American Native Indian, who has had a near-death experience, and now seeks to enlighten us all.
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She is rather too conscious in her book, of being a privileged being with knowledge to impart to the rest of us. View all 7 comments.
Those who are interested in NDE’s. In November of Betty Eadie was a 31 year old mother of seven children. As a young Native American child she had been placed in a Catholic boarding school where she had endured torturous medieval discipline. She had been divorced from her first husband, and she was married to a man who loved her and their family.
She was alone in her hospital room, having had a partial hysterectomy, when she was lifted out of her body to experience one of the most dramatic Near Death Experiences ever recorded In November of Betty Eadie was a 31 year old mother of seven children.
She was alone in her hospital room, having had a partial hysterectomy, when she was lifted out of her body to experience one of the most dramatic Near Death Experiences ever recorded. She was drawn into an intelligent Light in what she called ‘an explosion of love’.
She recognized that Light as Jesus, whom she had feared all her life as a result of the punishments the nuns in her school had given her. His loving presence resolved all her fears of God and of dying. Then Betty went on into a world of Life and Light, where she experienced the purest of ecologies, and where she heard divine music coming from each plant and each drop of water.
There her eager and curious mind was filled with information about everything, from atoms to galaxies and beyond. She learned about the power and the immediacy of prayers, and the overwhelming power of love.
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Yet she came back to Earth, and to the difficult life readjustments that every NDE’r has to make. She writes movingly of her family’s love and support helping her through her re-entry period. embraces
This is a lovely story, sincerely and vividly told. A te, interesting read if you are the type to keep an open mind. This novel chronicles a woman’s near-death experience and I don’t generally argue someone else’s personal experience.
It’s a hopeful story- I found it uplifting and enjoyable. At emhraced time I read this book, it was, and still is one of the best descriptions of what takes place after a person dies. To date I have read this book 3 times, and by the Gods of heavy metal, I shall live to read it yet again.
As Betty Eadie lies near death in a hospital room, she slips out of her body and is taken on a tour of the after world.
She gives a description of a garden in the after world that is truly magical. The colors that exist are living hues beyond articulation, and their brilli At the time I read this book, it was, and still is one of the best descriptions of what takes place after a person dies. The colors that exist are living hues beyond articulation, and their brilliance is increased through your admiration of them.
The flowers, as well as all plants “sing” a type of song as though they could see inside your soul, and heal you with their choruses. The author talks of the gardens as having been rmbraced with the thoughts of all who have witnessed, and passed through them.
There is another curious phenomenon that the author takes note to mention.