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How I Died (and what I did next)

by Peter Watson Jenkins

Other authors: Toni Ann Winninger

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The title says it all. This book tells the story of what metaphysics calls "transition." This is the soul's passing through the moment of physical death to the next stage of its existence. Twenty eight souls, channeled by Toni Ann Winninger, face questions by the Editor, Peter Watson Jenkins. In the course of their answers they tell their own story. The twenty five chapters all have a different take on death: some are simple quiet deaths in sleep, others in dramatic, even brutal, circumstances. They include children, a girl drowned in a tsunami, twins burned to death in a house fire. There is the story of 9/11 from the viewpoint of an office worker who died in the North Tower. A drunk drives over the edge of a cliff; a woman dies in a back-street abortion. There are also wide differences in what happens afterwards: a woman dances with her deceased husband through a field of flowers, but a serial killer imagines himself in hell and experiences the torment. The editor allows the narratives to speak for themselves. This they do with such a punch that readers of the first copies have made the claim that their thinking about life and death has been changed forever. ( )
  PeterJenkins | Aug 30, 2011 |
Twenty eight souls, now at Home on the Other Side, answer questions by Peter Watson Jenkins and tell their varied stories, channeled by Toni Ann Winninger, about their life, physical death, and transition back Home. Book includes a commentary by the Masters of the Spirit World with whose help the book was conceived and organized. Some of the souls tell how,instead of going straight home they did a variety of things as discarnates. ( )
  PeterJenkins | Aug 10, 2011 |
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