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Embraced by the Light is an inspirational map of the afterlife framed in the moment of Eadie's death, and presents a possible answer to the big question, "Why are we here?" An easy read, its subtitle could have been "The Average Person's Guide to Near-Death Experiences." Although heavily filtered through Eadie's Christian worldview, her vision of the afterlife does not include a wrathful deity, but a figure of love and compassion. Some readers may find Eadie's repeated Christian references bothersome, and Embraced by the Light will undoubtedly raise a lot of questions along the lines of "What about reincarnation?" and "What happens to people who are not Christians?" --Brian Patterson
Eadie died at age 31 after surgery. During the time she was clinically dead, she alleges to have traveled through the spirit realm learning about the laws of nature and the history of the universe. The angels and other spiritual beings explained to her the reasons why different individuals chose to be on the earth and to accomplish certain acts. Her vision includes insights into the question, "Why are we here?" Our souls chose to come to the earth at certain times to be united with families that we had been soul mates with earlier in the spiritual realm, she explains. Perhaps her most intriguing insight regards the fall of humankind. "Eve did not sin because she was tempted but because she so desperately wanted to become the mother of mankind," she states. Much of her story is similar to other near-death experiences. However, she obviously includes many of her personal views about religious philosophy. Her use of mythical elements detracts from the credibility of her story. A better source on this topic is the works of Raymond A. Moody (e.g., Near Death Experiences , Sounds True Recordings, 1991) . -- Ravonne A. Green, Emmanuel Coll. Lib., Franklin Springs, Ga.
Copyright 1994 Reed Business Information, Inc. --This text refers to the Audio Cassette edition.
I was eagerly looking forward to reading this book. Unfortunately, when I finally got around to reading it. I was NOT impressed. Read morePublished 6 days ago by Geraldine
Great book. Good price. Fast service. However, I did by a cd last month and it was not in the best of snap. It was skipping over songs. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Annie Taylor
Very good book it lifted my spirit, the reason why i gave it three stars is because she mentions that the beings up there told her that we have only one life (which only the... Read morePublished 12 months ago by Nicole
read this book in my early 20's and enjoyed it, and it is still a good read. Recommend to those who like stories of life after death.Published 16 months ago by pam5858
This is an excellent first book. I will be sharing this book with many of my family. I have always believed, but the insight that Ms. Eadie gives is another step in this life. Read morePublished 18 months ago by M David Erickson
I love the clear revelation of the stunning future that is possible. I read some passages twice just to incorporate it better. Read morePublished 20 months ago by GS