Life After Death—Happily Ever After?
In 1977, P.M.H. Atwater had an experience that changed her life: she died. Or rather, she almost died. Like millions of other people around the world, she had survived a Near Death Experience (NDE). Compelled to share these experience with others, she wrote Coming Back To Life, an account that became an instant sensation, and is now considered a classic on the subject of NDE.
But the story didn't end there. What followed after her NDE was as profound as the experience itself—and would send her on an exploration of mind and heart. She learned that, like her, many survivors of NDE had experienced after-effects that were often life-altering, and sometimes frightening.
In this fully-updated book, Atwater shares her extraordinary story, and those of other survivors, including fascinating accounts of what happened in the months and even years, that followed their NDE. Since Coming Back To Life was first published in 1988, she has interviewed thousands of survivors about their personal, and often remarkable transformations. Many had increased psychic ability, enhanced intellect and creativity, heightened senses and spirituality, as well as confusion and depression. All of them had the desire to change their lives in some way.
P.M.H. Atwater, Lh.D., is an internationally renowned authority on near death whose books include the classics Beyond the Light and Future Memory. Currently Vice President of the International Association of Near-Death Studies, she has lectured at the United Nations and appeared frequently on radio and television. She lives in Charlottesville, Virginia.