At some point everyone asks the question: What happens when we die? Robert J. Grant, a popular writer, lecturer, and researcher in many areas of contemporary spirituality, offers a dramatic and encouraging look at the realms beyond physical death.
The Place We Call Home is filled with the personal stories of those who have experienced the other side, either through death, communications from those who have died, or near-death experiences. These stories illuminate the answers to questions about messages from dead loved ones, the light-filled realms of the afterlife, and the real meaning of the "shadowlands."
This is a hopeful and inspiring look at the dimension of life beyond the illusion of death and celebrates the eternal nature of the human soul.
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Robert J. Grant is a popular writer, lecturer, and workshop leader in many areas of contemporary spirituality. A leading authority on the psychic legacy of Edgar Cayce, he also has made frequent appearances in TV documentaries and specials. He is the author of Love and Roses from David and Are We Listening to the Angels?. Mr. Grant lives in Norfolk, Virginia.Review:
"Many people sought out Edgar Cayce throughout his lifetime to try to understand death and the continuity of the soul's existence. Edgar Cayce maintained a recurrent theme to his answers to these questions: 'You are not a physical being with a spiritual inside. You are a spiritual being who -- for a short time -- resides in a body. You do not have a soul. You are a soul. You are not a body.' Grant provides the essence of Edgar Cayce's message about life, death and extraordinary experiences. Grant then supports Edgar Cayce's recurring precept through the documentation of other life-after-death experiences and psychic specialists. ... Even those entrenched in deep theological knowledge will find interesting insight in this book." -- Michele McDonald, ForeWord Magazine, January 2000
"This is the handbook we need to help us prepare for the realms to come." -- George Ritchie, Jr., M.D., author of Return from Tomorrow
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