Coming From the LightBook - 1994
In this second edition of life before life studies, Sarah Hinze causes us to consider the basic assumption surrounding our source of origin. Are these accounts she has collected proof of our pre-mortal existence? What is the significance of documented links between near-death experiences (NDE) and pre-birth experiences (PBE)? and what of the ancient writings like the Dead Sea Scrolls are the Nag Hammadi Texts? dr. Kenneth ring, Professor of Psycholgoy at the Universtiy of Connecticut and one of the original founders of the International Association of Near-Death Studies. Coming from the Light represents an important contribution to our understand of c little known phenomenon- the experience that so many mothers have a prevision or pre-knowledge of a child yet to be born to them. In traditional cultures, this is known as an announcing dream, and it hearlds the coming of a child whose identity is known in advance. What is interesting is that, a Sarah Hinze has clearly whon, this is a surprsingly common experience for mothers of our own time and culture. Sarah Hinze deserves our recognition for drawing our attention to this fact, in much the same way hat Dr. Raymond Moody did for the near-death experience in his ground-breaking book, Life After Life. and just as Dr. Moody's work launched a revolution in our thinking about possible post-mortem experiences, Mrs. Hinzes's research may do the some for the study of those antedating birth. In addition to the studies of Kenneth Ring and other members of the scientific community, including Elizabeth Kubler-Ross, Raymond Moddy, Melvin Morse, and Paul Perry, the ancient texs lend credence to the phenomenon Sarah Hinze has labeled the PBE, or the pre-birth experience.
Publisher: Springville, Utah : Cedar Fort, c1994.
Edition: 2nd ed.
Characteristics: xx, 147 p. ;,24 cm.