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  • Paperback: 192 pages
  • Publisher: Paragon Publishing (4 Nov. 2011)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1908341203
  • ISBN-13: 978-1908341204
  • Product Dimensions: 15.6 x 1 x 23.4 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (12 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 468,789 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Annie Cap grew up as the youngest child in a large family in the Pacific Northwest. Although, she spent most of her life in Oregon and Washington states, she'd always wanted to see the world. Finally in her late 30s, she left the U.S. "to travel for a year" and ended up instead working in the City of London, in what was at that time her dream job. Annie has lived in England ever since, and traveled all over the UK, Europe, Russia, Egypt, and Northern Africa.

Annie now has dual-citizenship and calls Canterbury her home, living there full-time with her English husband and their black rescue cat, and three chickens.

After close to 20 years in the high-tech telecommunications industry (which is how she was able to work in London and Europe), she wanted to help people rather than corporations and became a therapist and coach, more than a decade ago. Thinking her life would slow down after retraining, however, was a mistake. Life's just as busy as ever, but different and much more satisfying. She's become an expert in her field of energy psychology, and gained a reputation as "the therapist's therapist" and someone who can often help people who others haven't been able to. Some seven years ago, Annie discovered her clients' language was pointing to their past, and she developed The Iceberg Process, which accelerates change, releasing people from what is keeping them stuck.

She works with clients around the world via Skype, telephone and in-person at her clinic.

Her many clients, an English cottage country garden, theories to explore and books to write keep Annie very busy.

Annie loves people and just about everything...She can't get enough of the outdoors, art, writing, photography, snowskiing and scuba diving, as well as entertaining.

Her most memorable moments in life have feeling connected with her mother as she died at a distance, diving with giant manta rays off Lady Elliot Island on the Great Barrier Reef in Australia, her wedding day with a huge marquee reception in her field, and having a one-woman art exhibition at the Canterbury Marlowe of her paintings of butterflies and angels.

Living in England has been magical for Annie; it's allowed her to develop as a person, figure things out (a bit!), and grow as an energy psychology therapist and writer. She's been able to experience more things in this life, living overseas, than she ever thought possible.

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Book Description

In her
final moments of life Betty connected with her daughter on another continent--setting
in motion a chain of surprising and unexpected events.




At
the exact time Betty began suffocating in her hospital bed in Oregon, her
daughter Annie began choking at work in England. Somehow distance no longer
mattered and as Betty began to die she was reaching across the heavens to say
"goodbye" to her youngest child.




Seven days later after her death, extraordinary events began to happen. Annie felt
her mother trying to comfort her at night. And this was just the beginning....





Empathically
sharing in her mother's death had acted as a catalyst. Instantly, Annie's intuitive
and psychic abilities dramatically increased, ultimately leading to a complete renewal
of her faith. As a non-believer, Annie was completely transformed. She candidly
shares her spiritual, paranormal and heavenly encounters, including verifiable
after-death communications, seeing an angel, and "talking" with God.




Annie's experiences led her on a journey of investigation. She consulted
the world's experts on deathbed coincidences, near-death experiences and
after-death communications, including: Dr. Penny Sartori, Dr. Pim van Lommel
(author of the bestseller Beyond
Consciousness
), Dr. Peter Fenwick, Barbara Fenwick, Dr. Bruce Greyson,
P.M.H. Atwater, and Barbara Whitfield. Talking with these experts confirmed
that Annie's
after-effects
matched those of someone who had "seen the light" and had a near-death
experience (NDE)--although it was her mother who actually died.




Editorial
Reviews:


"I loved this book. I couldn't put it down. I'm
sure many people will be comforted and will benefit greatly from reading this
book." -Dr. Penny Sartori, PhD, RGN, lecturer and author of The
Wisdom of
Near Death Experiences: How Understanding
NDE's Can Help Us to Live More Fully




"Annie
Cap has lifted the curtain on one of the major taboos of Western life in the
21st Century. This book not only grips you but is essential reading for
anyone who wants to understand the scope and transformative power of these
extraordinary experiences."--Dr. Peter Fenwick, MD, neuropsychiatrist,
Fellow of the Royal College of Psychiatrist, senior lecturer at King's College
London and clinical authority on near-death experiences, author of The Art
of Dying




"I suspect many readers will devour it in a weekend...Beyond Goodbye is
different...Cap privileges the reader to experiences, both external and
internal, that many people choose not to disclose. The story is also a vehicle
for exploring a particular realm of spiritual awakening and reconnection to
faith and God..."-Marlise R. Lonn, MS, LPC-S (Licensed Professional
Counselor-Supervisor), for the Journal of Near-Death Studies (IANDS,
International Association for Near-Death Studies)




"There is real wisdom contained in these
passages. Annie carries the reader along with her vivid narrative and frank
questionings as she struggles to come to terms with a new understanding of
life. It is a touching and accessible story of spiritual adventure and
expanding horizons." --David Lorimer, MA, PGCE, FRSA, for the Network
Review (The Scientific and Medical Network), author of Thinking beyond the
Brain
and The Prince of Wales:
Radical Prince




"A fascinating read which is beautifully and
lovingly written and poignantly presented, Beyond Goodbye presents the
reader with a persuasive argument for life and love not ending with goodbye but
continuing on even after death." --Debbie Friend, BlogCritic.ORG for
the Seattle Post Intelligencer




"This book is a must for anyone
who's lost someone or had a spiritually transformative experience. It will both
wrench and warm your heart at the same time--as is often the case with these
experiences." Yolaine Stout, founder of
the American Center for the Integration of Spiritually Transformative
Experiences (ACISTE) and former president of IANDS



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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Julie Faber on 15 Feb. 2014
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This book took my interest because I am studying Consciousness. However, it has the appearance of a self-published book and although I applaud the writer for her openness and honesty and think she is very brave to have published this, and I respect her desire to help others who have found themselves in the position of experiencing scarey things, I found the tone of the book to be pretty self-congratulatory.

As a Life Coach, I am obviously in favour of people not putting themselves down and of being able to move forward in a positive and life-affirming way, but I think there is a danger with many people that they delude themselves that they are being 'spiritual' rather than 'psychic'. There seems to be a problem with many people that they don't understand the difference between the two.

I totally accept that what she saw and experienced is true. I would never deny people their own experiences, but the interpretation of their experiences is another matter. It does not make you a spiritually enlightened person when you see the Archangel Gabriel, or have contact with the 'dead'. I feel on many occasions, that what Annie described as 'rare' (throughout the book she says that her situation is unique and rare) is actually not rare at all. It IS a blessing always to have had the opportunity for these experiences but my understanding (which could be wrong) of a Shared Death Experience is when the bystander (the person in the presence of the dying person or at a distance but close in relationship) actually journeys part of the way through the death state with the dying person, usually involving them travelling down the tunnel WITH their loved once and perhaps viewing the 'life review' of the now dead person with them. This is cutting edge stuff and very exciting.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By simon on 4 Jan. 2012
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After reading the Daily Mail article before Xmas and seeing the online comments it is obvious that many people from all walks of life (myself included) have experienced these strange bouts of perception. It is a topic that many feel a taboo to talk about openly. This book really does lift the lid and should give hope to many many people who keep thinking "am I mad?"..."did I really see / feel that".

The book is written in a way that neatly weaves objective current scientific research with a deeply personal story. More and more researchers are starting to examine the power of our brains both as receivers / processors and transmitters and as a former scientist myself I am convinced this will be the next "BIG" advance in de-coding humans over the next 50-100 years.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By STEVE HAINES COUNSELLOR- EFT PRACTITIONER on 22 Mar. 2012
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I have read this amazing Book by a friend of mine Annie Cap
She speaks about her own personal journey into the esoteric world she shared with her dying mother and about the incredible experiences that happened in her life before Mom died, during and after.

I was captivated by the book ... Unfortunately I read it so quickly I was disappointed that it didn't have ten thousand pages. Please write another sequel to this book Annie it is a must read for anyone.

STEVE HAINES COUNSELLOR EFT
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By Kyla on 10 April 2014
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A beautiful story to prove that there is so much more to life and afterwards that we don't yet understand. It definitely helped me to understand and celebrate the life changing experiences that I had had upon the death of my friend and to give a name to that time in my life, a shared death experience. A must read for anyone who is struggling to come to terms with the loss of a loved one and experiencing 'strange coincidences'. Love does go on and this book helps to prove that if we choose to believe what our loved ones are so desperately trying to show us!
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By J. Edwards on 25 Feb. 2014
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I have not finished this book yet but because I find it hard to believe in Spirits I'm having problems with this book. Other people may think otherwise. I will continue to read this book on my kindle whenever I can and maybe I'll think differently.
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Judy on 2 Mar. 2012
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A truly wonderful insight into someone's personal exeperiences. I found it interesting, informative and yet still personal. Annie really brought her relationship with her mother to life, extremely touching.
I did find some of the technical detail a bit beyond myself and a little too indepth but I think that depends on your prior knowledge of the subject.
The background of her family life and brothers and sisters was wonderful as it gave you a real insight and understanding of Annie's life.
I thoroughly enjoyed the book and would certainly recommend it to others, although I think you need to read it with a very 'open mind'.
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