BOOKS, WEB SITES AND VIDEOS THAT MAY BE OF INTEREST TO THOSE WHO ARE GRIEVING:
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After-Death Communication, Emma Heathcote-James, Metro, 2004.
ASPSI (Academy for Spirituality and Paranormal Studies, Inc.) ACADEMY WEBSITE: The website - http://www.lightlink.com/arpr/tymn/index/htm – Excellent resource that has links to over 200 sites in 30 different categories such as spirituality, mysticism, religion, after-death communications, life after death, near-death experiences, parapsychology, reincarnation, etc.
IANDS (International Association for Near Death Studies. Inc.) http://www.iands.org --Deals mainly with the Near Death Experience, but also gives information and links to many afterlife topics.
Intra Muros: My Dream of Heaven, Rebecca Ruter Springer, Book Searchers. An idiosyncratic but charming account of an early nineteenth century near death experience, describing an extended period in the Christian “ heaven”.
Is There an Afterlife? David Fontana, O Books, 2005. Authoritative and comprehensive review of the evidence, both historical and contemporary, for survival of physical death. (Important book.)
Lessons from the Light: What We Can Learn from the Near-Death Experience, Kenneth Ring, Moment Point Press, 1998. Details various aspects of what actually happens after death, and the implications of the near death experience for the growth of human consciousness, whether one has had an NDE or not. (Quite helpful.)
Letters from the Afterlife, Elsa Barker, Beyond Words Publishing Inc., 1914. (Recent republication 1995.) Scripts communicated by a former judge over an 11-month period, describing life after “the great change” called death.
Life After Death: The Case for Survival of Bodily Death, D. Scott Rogo, The Aquarian Press, 1986.
Life After Loss: Conquering Grief and Finding Hope, Raymond Moody, JR. and Dianne Arcangel, HarperCollins, 2001.
Love Beyond Life: The Healing Power of After-Death Communications, Joel Martin and Patricia Romanowski, A Dell Book, 1997. From over 3,000 reports, the authors discuss some 90 cases of direct after-death communication experiences, of various types, that provide both fascinating and comforting reading. (Quite helpful.)
On Life After Death, Elisabeth Kubler-Ross, Celestial Arts, 1991. Author of the classic On Death and Dying, which investigated the stages of physical death, here describes the spiritual dimension of dying and life after death. (Very helpful.)
Testimony of Light, Helen Greaves, The C. W. Daniel Company Ltd., 1969. Series of scripts communicated over a two-year period by a deceased Anglican nun, Francis Banks, to her friend author Helen Greaves, describing the afterlife. (Engaging.)
The Tibetan Book of Living and Dying, Sogyal Rinpoche, HarperSanFrancisco, 1993. Non-parochial “new spiritual classic” that can be of great comfort to the bereaved, presenting prayers and practices that the living can do for the dead. (Quite helpful.)
Visions of the Bereaved, Kay Witmer Woods, Sterling House Publisher, 1998. Detailed accounts of those who have personally experienced the phenomena of post-death communication.
We Don’t Die, George Anderson’s Conversations with the Other Side, Joel Martin & Patricia Romanowski, Berkley Books, 1989.
“Experiencing the Soul: Before Birth, During Life, After Death”, 70 minutes, 2005.
“Worlds Beyond Death: Proof of Eternal Life”, 1 hour, 2005.