More Than Meets the Eye, True Stories about Death, Dying, and Afterlife covers many aspects of the dying and grieving process and sheds light on euthanasia, suicide, near-death experience, and spirit visits after the passing of a loved one. ___________________________________________

Saturday, October 25, 2008

A Book about Communicating with Deceased Loved Ones

Suppose you are alone and sense the presence of someone else in the room. Could it be a deceased loved one?

Yvonne Perry has revealed the grave truth about death, dying and Afterlife in her new book, More Than Meets the Eye. She has collected true stories from people across the country who have either died and come back to tell about it, or who have communicated with loved ones on the Other Side. These stories reveal why we should not be afraid of dying and how to actually look forward to the Afterlife. Perry addresses the known and the unknown fears about death and offers insight to help a soul prepare for transition.

Perry has had a few “close calls” of her own. She shares her near-death experiences and tells about her frequent communication with deceased loved ones, angels and spirit guides. “Crossing over and communicating with the spirit realm doesn’t have to be frightening,” says Perry.

Interviews with experts such as multiple near-death experiencer Rev. Juliet Nightingale, African Shaman Tommy Mueller, and Aaron Milstone, M.D. at Vanderbilt University, lend credibility and intrigue to this non-religious but very sound presentation for proof of an Afterlife.

Perry has been intrigued by the mystery of crossing over since she was a small child when she questioned, "If Heaven is so wonderful, why are people so sad when someone dies and goes there?" The curiosity continues, not just for Perry, but for more and more people who are interested in books about death, spirit, and angels.

Perry, now 49, address topics that many people are not comfortable talking about—such as suicide, the near-death experience, end of life decisions, the experience of grief and other emotions regarding the passing of a loved one. Her chapter on euthanasia comes straight from her own experience with her beloved uncle who was kept alive on machines against his will for almost a year. In the chapter entitled, “Let Go of my Toe” she gives a heart-rending account of her uncle’s plight and his spirit visits to her in his final days. Imagine her surprise when a year after his death she encountered his spirit at a 7-11 store smoking a cigarette and drinking Coke!

Perry addresses the touchy subject of suicide head on and shares some alternative viewpoints. For those who enjoy the TV show, CSI, Perry offers surprisingly true but graphic information about postmortem procedures and choices about body disposal.

Regardless of religious background, the reader may find comfort in knowing that this life on Earth is not all there is—that there truly is more than meets the eye!

Yvonne Perry is a freelance writer and public speaker, who has authored and published several books on spiritual and scientific topics. She is a graduate of American Institute of Holistic Theology where she earned a Bachelor of Science in Metaphysics.


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