Yesterday I was walking down the street in Hoboken, where I live, and I was approached by a long-time friend who pulled over in his car to talk with me. He excitedly said to me, “John, I really need your book. Two weeks ago I lost my brother!” That is the magic that Spirit Lives! does for people – – it gives hope and knowledge about life after death to those in need. I am delighted that Spirit Lives! is a source of solace for so many.
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As I was walking down the street yesterday in Hoboken . . .
Writing “Spirit Lives!”
Writing Spirit Lives! has taken me on a four-year adventure. During that adventure I met and wrote about the greatest mediums in and out of the U.S.A. Included in that group of professional is John of God, the Brazilian healer featured on television. I spent 9 hours with John of God when he visited Omega Institute in Rhineback, New York.
Also, I have included interviews from 20 “ordinary” people who had extraordinary experiences with Spirit.
Amazon.com has both Kindle and paperback editions of Spirit Lives! now.
My Upcoming Book Talk and Book Signing
On Tuesday, July 8 I will have a Book Talk and Book Signing of Spirit Lives! at the Symposia Book Store and Community Center located at 510 Washington Street in Hoboken. We will have a lively Q & A following the Book Talk. All are welcome to attend. Thanks!
Five Books on the Afterlife
In addition to my book, Spirit Lives! you would be interested in these books on past lives and the afterlife:
1. Many Lives, Many Masters: The True Story of a Prominent Psychiatrist, His Young Patient, and the Past-Life Therapy That Changed Both Their Lives by Dr. Brian Weiss
2. Life After Life: The Investigation of a Phenomenon–Survival of Bodily Death by Dr. Raymond Moody
3. Proof of Heaven: A Neurosurgeon’s Journey into the Afterlife by Dr. Eben Alexander
4. And Then There Was Heaven, A Journey of Hope and Love by Roland M. Comtois
5. Answers About the Afterlife: A Private Investigator’s 15-Year Research Unlocks the Mysteries of Life After Death by Bob Olson