October 3, 2019

Embraced by the Light

Embraced by the LightEmbraced by the Light by Betty J. Eadie, Curtis A. Taylor, Melvin Morse
Published by Onjinjinkta Publishing on March 6, 2001
Genres: Spirituality
Pages: 179
Format: eBook
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At the age of 31, Betty Eadie died after routine surgery. The events that followed can only be described as the most profound and extensive near-death experience ever recorded. During the time she was clinically dead, Betty was given knowledge of the afterlife that would make even the greatest skeptic think twice. As she traveled through the spiritual realm, she learned more about the laws and history of the universe than perhaps anyone before her. She explains with uncanny detail the reasons why we have chosen to be on this earth at this time in history, and how all out actions are growing experiences for our immortal spirits. In those few minutes that stretched into eternity, Betty's life was changed forever. In this special unabridged recording of "Embraced by the Light," she shares the vision of a world she never imagined existed, and gives new meaning to the question, "Why are we here?"

Before we start let it be known that I usually do not read this time of genre or book. So I only read this because my therapist told me I should.

I honestly did not enjoy this book, it felt like a chore to get through. Betty talks about anything and everything religious in this. Not my cup of tea! The writing style was mehh. But at least the chapters were short.

Basically, the book describes Betty’s experience of being dead and what she saw and the coming back to life. While what she says is pretty cool, but I can’t help but ask if it was at all true. It does sound a bit far fetched.

I’m not going to go into my religious beliefs and whatnot. But this book was really not for me. If you like religious reads you would probably enjoy it more than I did. If did read it, I would love to hear your opinions on it.

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