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Love Beyond Life: The Healing Power of After-Death Communications

by Joel Martin

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The authors of the popular We Don't Die discuss some 90 cases of after-death communication in an attempt to discover what happens when we pass on. This is a must read for those confused by messages from departed loved ones, those who wonder why they haven't been given a message, and those who want to know more about the mystery of the afterlife. Love Beyond Life addresses questions of love and death without crossing the boundary into hokeyness or sentimentalism.

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Drawing on years of research into bereavement and after-death communications, the authors demonstrate the healing power of deathbed visions, dream visitations, apparitions, and other after-death phenomena.

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