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In the companion volume to Life After Life, Moody has uncovered more exciting evidence that suggests life after death actually exists. Reveals surprising new elements of near-death phenomena bringing readers one step closer to unraveling mankind's greatest mystery. In the companion volume to Life After Life, Moody has uncovered more exciting evidence that suggests life after death actually exists. Reveals surprising new elements of near-death phenomena bringing readers one step closer to unraveling mankind's greatest mystery.


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In the companion volume to Life After Life, Moody has uncovered more exciting evidence that suggests life after death actually exists. Reveals surprising new elements of near-death phenomena bringing readers one step closer to unraveling mankind's greatest mystery. In the companion volume to Life After Life, Moody has uncovered more exciting evidence that suggests life after death actually exists. Reveals surprising new elements of near-death phenomena bringing readers one step closer to unraveling mankind's greatest mystery.

57 review for Reflections On Life After Life

  1. 4 out of 5

    George

    Multiple recordings and descriptions of individuals who had near death experiences. I have had several near death experiences and I could relate to what many people recorded.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Donatella

    Si tratta del seguito di "La vita oltre la vita". Successivamente alla pubblicazione del suo primo libro sugli stati di pre-morte, Moody ricevette tantissime testimonianze al riguardo che gli permisero di ampliare, in parte modificare e arricchire il modello-tipo dell'esperienza di pre-morte. L'edizione che ho letto io è molto più vecchia, ma l'avevo avuta in prestito e non so quale fosse Si tratta del seguito di "La vita oltre la vita". Successivamente alla pubblicazione del suo primo libro sugli stati di pre-morte, Moody ricevette tantissime testimonianze al riguardo che gli permisero di ampliare, in parte modificare e arricchire il modello-tipo dell'esperienza di pre-morte. L'edizione che ho letto io è molto più vecchia, ma l'avevo avuta in prestito e non so quale fosse

  3. 5 out of 5

    Greg

    More of Dr. Moody's research on life after life. This is a follow-up to his book Life After Life. It is a good effort, and though not the groundbreaking work of his first book (sequels of this sort seldom are), it is nonetheless a worthwhile venture. More of Dr. Moody's research on life after life. This is a follow-up to his book Life After Life. It is a good effort, and though not the groundbreaking work of his first book (sequels of this sort seldom are), it is nonetheless a worthwhile venture.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Kathleen

    A friend recommended this book to me. Had a hard time getting through it because the subject was too recent, too raw for me. I don't know if I believe in all of these recollections or not. Unknown. A friend recommended this book to me. Had a hard time getting through it because the subject was too recent, too raw for me. I don't know if I believe in all of these recollections or not. Unknown.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Maria Carmo

    In my review of "Life after death", I wrote about the way in which Raymond Moody's books became much more vivid, after I came across different people who had NDE's. I am not going to repeat the same here, so please read the short review of "Life after Death". Maria Carmo In my review of "Life after death", I wrote about the way in which Raymond Moody's books became much more vivid, after I came across different people who had NDE's. I am not going to repeat the same here, so please read the short review of "Life after Death". Maria Carmo

  6. 4 out of 5

    Amy

    Interesting. Should have read the first book before this one

  7. 4 out of 5

    Nolan

    Alas, this is one of those cases when I should have read the first book in this duology before reading this one, but this volume is super short and most worthy of your time. Moody looks at near-death experiences and describes the patterns of his scientific work. He is an excellent example of how a man of science can also ultimately come to believe in the idea that life goes on beyond our experiences here. He writes of patients who attempted suicide only to find that they were enabled to endure the Alas, this is one of those cases when I should have read the first book in this duology before reading this one, but this volume is super short and most worthy of your time. Moody looks at near-death experiences and describes the patterns of his scientific work. He is an excellent example of how a man of science can also ultimately come to believe in the idea that life goes on beyond our experiences here. He writes of patients who attempted suicide only to find that they were enabled to endure the pain their decision caused those whom they love. Moody wrote that those who survived the attempt and had experienced the near-death patterns never again had a desire to take their lives. He points out that those who have near-death experiences are unable to fully describe their experiences; almost all of them point to failings in the language to fully describe something so ineffable. Regardless of their religion prior to the experience, Moody says those who experience a near-death event return convinced that mankind exists for two basic reasons—to learn to love others and to develop a love of learning and/or wisdom. Moody comments briefly on the fact that members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints are likely to embrace near-death accounts with less skepticism than some groups. So is this a book for devout Christians alone? I don’t think so. Moody includes an appendix that details the scientific nature of his investigations. In other words, he attempts to describe the care he took with the interview process so as to not lead someone into ideas they can’t honestly claim. If nothing else, those who utterly disavow any belief in near-death experiences will find Moody’s scientific methods interesting. The experiences Moody describes follow a very specific pattern. They often include reunions with loved ones and an interview with a being filled with love toward that person. The individual is allowed to see not just his/her life in review, but also to see how behavior impacted the lives of those around them. So if the person experiencing a near-death event was harsh or unfeeling toward someone, not only is that scene replayed, but the person feels the same pain or anguish as do those who are impacted by the behavior. Moody tries to imagine the horrific position of Nazi guards at prison camps who would have experienced the individual pains and horrors the prisoners experienced at their hands. It is not the purpose or intent of this review to convince you of the reality of near-death events. Should you read this if you utterly reject such a reality? Again, you might at least look at the appendix that deals with Moody’s scientific methods if nothing else. Whether life goes on beyond our time here or whether these manifestations Moody describes are nothing more than brain activity winding down is something you can determine for yourself. But if nothing else, this book will give you much to ponder.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Carolyn

    This book is two years in research time after his first one - Life after Life. His research techniques on near-death experiences has improved and he has become more solid in understanding them. He has dealt with hundreds of more cases that confirm more striking similarities in the experiences of those who were close to death or pronounced clinically dead, yet survived. He discusses cities of light, people who can't give up earthly life, and suicide. I like the thoughtful approach to discussing the This book is two years in research time after his first one - Life after Life. His research techniques on near-death experiences has improved and he has become more solid in understanding them. He has dealt with hundreds of more cases that confirm more striking similarities in the experiences of those who were close to death or pronounced clinically dead, yet survived. He discusses cities of light, people who can't give up earthly life, and suicide. I like the thoughtful approach to discussing the research on this subject. It was refreshing. I see that the first time I read this was November 1, 2008

  9. 4 out of 5

    P.S. Winn

    No matter if you believe in life after death, you will love this book. The author has talked to so many people who share similar stories about what happens when they found themselves crossing over before being sent back to deal with life. The stories are fascinating and the author brings them together with great style.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Nathan Dalrymple

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Quote “Plato says human language is inadequate to express the ultimate realities directly. Words conceal rather than reveal the inner nature of things. It follows that no human words can do more than indicate - by analogy, through myth, and in other indirect ways - the true character of that which lies beyond the physical realm.” -119

  11. 4 out of 5

    Charles Daube

    Well researched and extremely thought provoking material. If you’re interested in anything related to near-death experiences or out of body travel, check this one out along with the first book, Life After Life.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Cristina

    Libro carino, forse andava letto dopo La vita dopo la morte sempre dello stesso autore ma non crea particolari problemi. Una serie di considerazioni e testimonianze ed ipotesi su ciò che potrebbe esserci post mortem.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Timmy Connelly

    More relatable if it's relatable. More relatable if it's relatable.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Flavia's diary

    Mi aspettavo qualche approfondimento in più anche se vengono trattati diversi temi all'interno. Recensione approfondita sul blog: www.flaviasdiary.com Mi aspettavo qualche approfondimento in più anche se vengono trattati diversi temi all'interno. Recensione approfondita sul blog: www.flaviasdiary.com

  15. 5 out of 5

    Cristael Bengtson

    Readers of Moody's classic work, 'Life After Life' can garner more gold nuggets from 'Reflections on Life After Life'. In this book Moody details some of the less well-known characteristics of Near Death Experiences. These include four major kinds of 'Visions'. First is what Moody calls the Vision of Knowledge. This kind of vision, according to Moody, is often described as a flash of universal insight, institutions of higher learning, a school, or a library. All of these terms are used to describ Readers of Moody's classic work, 'Life After Life' can garner more gold nuggets from 'Reflections on Life After Life'. In this book Moody details some of the less well-known characteristics of Near Death Experiences. These include four major kinds of 'Visions'. First is what Moody calls the Vision of Knowledge. This kind of vision, according to Moody, is often described as a flash of universal insight, institutions of higher learning, a school, or a library. All of these terms are used to describe a state that, like so much of an NDE, is ineffable. On woman felt that 'For a second I knew all the secrets of all ages, all the meaning of the universe'. This information was presented through sight, sound, thought, and direct communication. The next is the Vision of Cities of Light. One NDE'r told Moody, "Off in the distance I could see a city. There were buildings... gleaming, bright. There was sparkling water, fountains... a city of light... There was beautiful music. Everything was just glowing, wonderful..." The third Vision is a much sadder one of a realm of bewildered spirits. These are souls that are trapped by their former earthly lives which they no longer inhabit. They are dimmed and confused, often trying to contact those who are still living on Earth. And the final Experience is Supernatural Rescues. A worker who was trapped into a huge vat, with a high pressure stream of acid and steam being pumped in, said to Moody, "A verse of scripture I had heard all my life... 'Lo, I am with you always', came from a direction which turned out to be the only way out. I couldn't stand to open my eyes, but I could still see that Light, so I followed it. My eyes were closed the whole time. The doctor didn't even treat my eyes. No acid got in them..." Other areas covered in this book include NDE's related to suicide, and some interesting historical examples of NDE's, going back to ancient Greece. This powerful book ends up with the complete version of Plato's timeless and universal 'Allegory of the Cave', which certainly makes the case for there being far more to life than mere narrow materialism. Reading 'Reflections On Life After Life' was definitely worth the time I invested in it. Moody's unique perspective on NDE's is always enlightening and at the same time focused on specifics. For anyone who hasn't read 'Life After Life', it's a good idea to read that book first, and then read this sequel, which expands Moody's work on the Near Death Experience.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Auntiepie

    P73. In a few instances,persons have expressed the feeling that the loves or prayers of others have in effect pulled them back from death regardless of their own wishes. I was with my elderly aunt during her last illness,which is very drawn out. I helped take care of her,and all that time everyone in the family was praying for her to regain her health. She stopped breathing several times,but they brought her back. Finally,one day she looked at me and she said,"Joan,I have been over there,over to P73. In a few instances,persons have expressed the feeling that the loves or prayers of others have in effect pulled them back from death regardless of their own wishes. I was with my elderly aunt during her last illness,which is very drawn out. I helped take care of her,and all that time everyone in the family was praying for her to regain her health. She stopped breathing several times,but they brought her back. Finally,one day she looked at me and she said,"Joan,I have been over there,over to the beyond and it is beautiful over there. I want to stay,but I can't as long as you keep praying for me to stay with you. Your prayers are holding me over there. Please don't pray any more. "We did all stop,and shortly after that she died. P89. Life is like imprisonment. In this state,we just can't understand what prisons bodies are. Death is such a release-like an escape from prison. That's the best thing I can think of to compare it to. P103. The physical body only as the temporary vehicle of the soul. P105. Words conceal rather than reveal the inner natures of things.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Marlene

    I enjoyed this book about the woman who spent a year "protecting" a National forest and caring for the birds and animals, particularly her interest in the coyote which is the enemy of local farmers. Then also the lives of the farmers in the valley who were trying to eke out a living in difficult times. Each one had his/her own way of farming, sometimes iritating the neighbor who did not understand. And the woman who came in as an "outsider" to the family farm and when her husband died at a young I enjoyed this book about the woman who spent a year "protecting" a National forest and caring for the birds and animals, particularly her interest in the coyote which is the enemy of local farmers. Then also the lives of the farmers in the valley who were trying to eke out a living in difficult times. Each one had his/her own way of farming, sometimes iritating the neighbor who did not understand. And the woman who came in as an "outsider" to the family farm and when her husband died at a young age she chose to stay and then figured out she could breed goats, instead of growing tobacco like the other farmers and make a living.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Read It

    The expert of near death experiences is back. Once again Dr. Moody has outdid himself. This is the third book I read of his and all his books are top notch. This book is Questions and answer type book, where someone ask a question and he returns with a answer. I have become a life fan of his and will continue looking for his material. His books are easy to read and have lots of purpose. Keep up the great work Dr. Moody. If anybody ever wants to look into his material, nice videos of his on Youtu The expert of near death experiences is back. Once again Dr. Moody has outdid himself. This is the third book I read of his and all his books are top notch. This book is Questions and answer type book, where someone ask a question and he returns with a answer. I have become a life fan of his and will continue looking for his material. His books are easy to read and have lots of purpose. Keep up the great work Dr. Moody. If anybody ever wants to look into his material, nice videos of his on Youtube. Check it out. Cannot wait to find another book of his.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Kathleen Noonan

    This is a great book filled with stories about people that have had NDE (near death experiences) and/or died and come back to life and their experiences during that time. It's truly amazing how similar most of these stories are and the way people feel during these experiences. I loved this book and for anyone wondering about what happens after we die this book give comfort and great information on the possibilities ahead for all of us. This is a great book filled with stories about people that have had NDE (near death experiences) and/or died and come back to life and their experiences during that time. It's truly amazing how similar most of these stories are and the way people feel during these experiences. I loved this book and for anyone wondering about what happens after we die this book give comfort and great information on the possibilities ahead for all of us.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Sharon Grimaldi

    I read the first edition and was so fascinating to start exploring the possibility of the human conciousness to continue expanding along the universe. People shared their experiences and perceptions of their near death experiences and seemed to be very similar. Some people say that it is because of the neurological changes in the brain, but it can be then something else.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Mariana

    PUNTUACIÓN: 3.5 Un libro que se comprende en su mayoría de "testimonios" y experiencias contadas de pacientes que fueron al "otro mundo" y volvieron.. pensé que no me gustaría (fue hace dos años, tenia 13) pero la verdad es que al ser un tema por el que tengo gran fascinación me gusto mucho. PUNTUACIÓN: 3.5 Un libro que se comprende en su mayoría de "testimonios" y experiencias contadas de pacientes que fueron al "otro mundo" y volvieron.. pensé que no me gustaría (fue hace dos años, tenia 13) pero la verdad es que al ser un tema por el que tengo gran fascinación me gusto mucho.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Kim Dallmeier

    This final book on NDE by Raymond Moody is great. I really loved reading reported cases from small children - who remain unbiased, as they are obviously unfamiliar with the subject itself. Overall, this was a good read.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Orville Jenkins

    I read the 25th Anniversary Edition, Updated and Expanded, of this 1975 classic on Near-Death Experiences (paperback in 1977). Moody coined the term "Near-Death Experience" (NDE) in 1975. He was a psychologist, philosopher and physician and wrote several books about life after death and NDE. I read the 25th Anniversary Edition, Updated and Expanded, of this 1975 classic on Near-Death Experiences (paperback in 1977). Moody coined the term "Near-Death Experience" (NDE) in 1975. He was a psychologist, philosopher and physician and wrote several books about life after death and NDE.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Luna Chakra

    Very interesting book to read. Definitely one of my favorites. Reassured my pondering about life after death (my young boyfriend recently passed away).

  25. 5 out of 5

    Cws

    236.2

  26. 4 out of 5

    Ruth

    good followup with some new information

  27. 4 out of 5

    Jason

    Interesting read, if a bit quick. I never read the oroginal Life After Life so I may have missed or not appreciated certain aspects of this book.

  28. 5 out of 5

    Saurabh Deshmukh

    nothing much....

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