Through these near-death experiences you can: Practice non-attachment and surrender – Realize the connectedness of everything – Discover how every challenge IS a blessing – Learn how to live your life more purposefully – Transmute any fear of dying into a passion for living.
In this uplifting, healing and spiritual documentary, Sharon Lund shares her two near-death experiences and interviews other men, women and children who have had Out-of-Body Expeirences (OBEs), Distressful Near-Death Experiences (DNDEs), and Near-Death Experiences (NDEs). Sharon also answers the important questions about these experiences that so many people want to know the answers to. This book is filled with valuable resources.
“Sharon Lund, through exploring 18 near-death cases, gives us a moving and heart-felt picture of not only what the experiencers went through but vivid portrayals of the afterlife. The reality of what happens to us after we die opens up here in ways anyone can connect with.
“Informative material on the phenomenon of near-death itself is covered, along with what is typical for experiencers in dealing with life-changing aftereffects. Thank you, Sharon, for sharing the results with us of your continued dedication to help, to heal, and to teach.” ~ P. M. H. Atwater, L.H.D., researcher and author of numerous books about her findings, including The Big Book of Near-Death Experiences and Near-Death Experiences: The Rest of the Story
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“Who better to trust about the realities of the death experience than someone who has experienced it directly? In There Is More . . . 18 Near-Death Experiences, Sharon Lund generously shares the wisdom, compassion and fearlessness that evolved through her near-death experiences. With tremendous heart, Sharon gives us compassionate comfort along with a fierce reminder that death is actually undying aliveness, that death is not the enemy of life but its radiant complement.
“Sharon’s calling is not only to lovingly support those who are facing death, but also those who face life with fear and anxiety. Her vital message is for everyone because it redefines living. I’m using There Is More . . . 18 Near-Death Experiences, as well as her documentary Dying to LIVE: NDE, as a teaching tool in my spiritual community, and it keeps fresh the reality of death as a divine doorway to radical aliveness.” ~ Michael Bernard Beckwith, Founder Spiritual Director,Agape International Spiritual Center
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“The taboo on confronting death in our culture has been broken, and Sharon Lund is one of the most important taboo breakers. The wisdom embodied in the experiences of the diverse individuals in this book is revealing, inspiring, and fulfilling. There Is More . . . 18 Near-Death Experiences is a major contribution. If you need a dose of hope in confronting your mortality, this book is for you.” ~ Larry Dossey, M.D., author of, The Power of Premonitions
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“Sharon Lund, PhD takes us deeper into who we are on the ultimate journey of dying and death, and comes back renewed. Inspired by these amazing 18 near-death experiences, our lives become richer and more meaningful, as we understand how we are all connected and the love that is within each person and every thing.” ~ Stephen and Ondrea Levine, authors of, A Year to Live: How to Live This Year As If It Were Your Last; Who Dies: An Investigation of Conscious Living and Conscious Dying
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“Out of the ashes of a shattered life, Sharon Lund has the courage to turn tragedy into lessons of unconditional love and peace – the touching and ultimate reality on earth. We truly are more than this reality as she and other NDErs share their experiences with us!” ~ Jeffrey Long, MD., author of, Evidence of Afterlife: The Science of Near-Death Experiences ~ Jody Long, JD, author of, From Soul to Soulmate: Bridges from Near-Death Experience Wisdom
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“As a professional counselor for the past 29 years I have been honored to join with countless people in their journey through the intense pain of grief. Sharon Lund’s book There is More . . . 18 Near-Death Experiences, like her film Dying to LIVE: NDE, can bring the gift of hope not only to a dying person, but as members of my VITAS bereavement writing group expressed after viewing the film, it can give precious unexpected hope and comfort to someone overwhelmed with grief.” ~ LaVon Switzer, LCSW, Bereavement Services Manager, VITAS Innovative Hospice Care