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Death, the beginning

by T. Ėlʹmanovich

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0965572706, Paperback)

This New Age book is about soul searching, communication with the dead and survival in this life and the next. The title "Death the Beginning." refers both to the death of author's persona as a film critic from the former Soviet republic of Estonia and to the survival of human awareness after bodily death. One day the author, a film critic, found her adopted son, a student of the Art Institute, and herself on a political hit list. Her escape to America and struggles to begin a new life led to her search for spirituality, spontaneous past-life recollections and communication with the spirit world. In Part One, "The Path," the author tells the dramatic story of her escape. In 1989 she and her son arrived in the United States without language, money or friends to help them. The mounting problems of life in exile launched the author's search for answers. She met the American psychics and mediums James Van Praagh and Brian E. Hurst, which led to the elicitation of her own channel of spirit communication.

Part Two, "The Conversations," contains direct dialogue with the spirit world. It gives marvelous pictures of life on the higher dimension, but also about the limbo condition, hell (lower worlds) and paradise (higher worlds), and the rescue of "stuck" souls who could not find their way to the light. The spirit people tell us about their death experiences, their reunions, work, creativity in the next world, and worries for the loved ones they left behind on earth. Most importantly, they tell about the heightened feeling of God, which they found after the transition. They validate a positive attitude toward difficulties on earth and describe graphically the effect of negative thoughts, deeds and emotions on an entity's life in the next world. Spirits confirm that our destiny is not written in stone and that we can better our future both on earth and in heaven.

This book offers a positive message to everyone, but especially to those who have to start their life over again, whatever the reason may be-divorce, the death of a spouse, layoff, loss of career, early retirement, bankruptcy, sickness, catastrophe, loss of home, exile-that causes our brush with destiny.

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