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What happens to the essence of who we are when our bodies no longer function?

Join author Sihir Rajan for a fascinating and thought provoking look at what modern science and investigation now tell us about ourselves and how current research is shedding new light on the reality of what religions around the world have professed for centuries.... "Death is only the beginning!"

This in-depth program is a must-have for both the intellectual and spiritual minded alike.

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truly appalling in nearly every way

the 'science' bits were vaguely interesting but the theory of pain, ghosts etc was frankly rubbish, its not that i need to be convinced about reincarnation, i have read many interesting and enlightened books, this sadly seems to be a creationists rant total rubbish

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  • Diana
  • 04-11-16

Strong in science, biology, physics - then flips

to strong religious beliefs.

I give up. This book was so deep in science at the beginning that I had to take a break and go to another book. It's like it's made for medical doctors or some other type of "left-brained" academics that love to hear about research, with references. The medical, anatomical, biological, and even electronic/physics discussions are pretty specific and interesting and a great pulling together of ideas.

Four hours in, listening to heavy duty science, and finally the topic eased up to a general discussion of the human condition, with some speculation that this Earth might be hell.

By then, I was already getting caution vibes due to the way Karma had been explained. According to this author, Karma has only the one dogmatic explanation without any mention that there are other definitions possible. Alarm bell.

About six hours in, the audio book takes a sudden turn into proselytizing about God, the Creator Being, the Creator, and continuous religious commentary with, basically, a "Come to Creator" message (or possibly suffer the fate of living up to a million more lives . . . )

Slight whiff of . . . . what's that? . . . a vegan agenda? . . . not sure . . . something about the punishment people would get for killing cattle . . . and some weird thing about people becoming the animals they made suffer . . . smells of dogma for certain.

What happened?

I have just wasted how many hours on this audio book? With just a couple more to go, I am QUITTING. I am not happy. Going for a refund. Won't give me back my time.

Want to know about reincarnation? Audio books by authors Jim Tucker, Brian Weiss, Michael Newton. The greater reality? Audio books by Robert Monroe, Tom Campbell, Graham Hancock, William Buhlman, and a multitude more. Science? Rupert Sheldrake is great.

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