Jane Roberts, "The Afterdeath Journal of an American Philosopher; The View of William James"
English | 2001 | pages: 243 | ISBN: 0971119821 | PDF | 1,3 mb
In this book, Jane Roberts tunes into the attitudes and thoughts of the turn-of-the-century philosopher and psychologist William James – from his afterdeath perspective. This is James’ fascinating account of what an individual experiences after physical death – how the dead remain aware of earthly events, communicate with one another, become aware of past lives, and stop identifying with the physical body. In addition, this book contains a tremendously uplifting exposition of the joyous and loving atmospheric presence which permeates all existence.