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The Forever Angels

Near-Death Experiences in Childhood and Their Lifelong Impact
Paperback Book
Publisher: 
Inner Traditions
 | 
September, 2019
ISBN:
9781591433583
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$22.50 CAD
Banyen's Description: 

This major study of near-death experiences with the newly born, babies, toddlers, and children up to age five reveals how those who experience a near-death state or other worlds at a very young age are profoundly affected for the rest of their lives, including developing psychic and intuitive abilities, higher intelligence and wisdom beyond their years.

Drawing on interviews with nearly 400 childhood experiencers, both fully matured and young, Atwater explores their accounts of what it is like to be alive on the other side of death as well as what makes them different from others, complemented by a deep analysis of statistical evidence from her more than 40 years of NDE research involving more than 5,000 people.

The author explores how those who have a near-death experience very early in life, or even in utero, grow up different—sometimes geniuses, sometimes lost, yet unusually psychic and smart, all at the same time. She reveals how these experiences and their knowledge of the afterlife affect the individual in many areas, including family life, dating, health, education, and spirituality, as well as increasing the experiencer’s potential for thoughts of suicide, out-of-body experiences, and PTSD symptoms.

Examining the forever angels’ memories of the womb, birth, early childhood, and the other world, Atwater investigates the wide-awake consciousness of babies being born, the vivid recall of mature childhood near-death experiencers, and how memory of the life-continuum never fades, nor does the desire to go back.

Unlike adult experiencers, these children did not have the chance to develop “normal” attitudes and behavior patterns before their NDEs, which makes them a unique group of people, with unique traits and challenges. There is no other book like this.

Publisher’s Description: 

A groundbreaking study of the lifelong effects of near-death experiences in the newly born, babies, toddlers, and children up to age five

Draws on interviews with nearly 400 childhood experiencers, both fully matured and young, as well as more than 40 years of NDE research involving over 5,000 people

Reveals how those who experience a near-death state at a young age are profoundly affected for the rest of their lives, including developing psychic and intuitive abilities, wisdom beyond their years, and a pervasive feeling of being homesick for heaven

Investigates the wide-awake consciousness of babies being born, womb memories, and the experience of being alive on the other side of death

In this major study of near-death experiences with the newly born, babies, toddlers, and children up to age five, NDE expert P. M. H. Atwater reveals how those who experience a near-death state or other worlds at a very young age are profoundly affected for the rest of their lives, including developing psychic and intuitive abilities, higher intelligence and wisdom beyond their years, and a pervasive feeling of being homesick for heaven.

Drawing on interviews with nearly 400 childhood experiencers, both fully matured and young, Atwater explores their accounts of what it is like to be alive on the other side of death as well as what makes them different from others, complemented by a deep analysis of statistical evidence from her more than 40 years of NDE research involving more than 5,000 people. She shows how, in contrast to adult experiencers, child and infant experiencers of near-death states cannot compare before with after as adults do, because they dont have a before. The world of these forever angels is the life continuum, a stream of consciousness that has always existed and always will. Integrating where they once were with where they now are is a lifelong challenge. The author explores how those who have a near-death experience very early in life, or even in utero, grow up different--sometimes geniuses, sometimes lost, yet unusually psychic and smart, all at the same time. She reveals how these experiences and their knowledge of the afterlife affect the individual in many areas, including family life, dating, health, education, and spirituality, as well as increasing the experiencers potential for thoughts of suicide, out-of-body experiences, and PTSD symptoms.

Examining the forever angels memories of the womb, birth, early childhood, and the other world, Atwater investigates the wide-awake consciousness of babies being born, the vivid recall of mature childhood near-death experiencers, and how memory of the life-continuum never fades, nor does the desire to go back.

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