My own mother experienced a visit from a 'someone ' whom she had never met and who had. Been killed at tang moment during the war!....it turned out that it had been the son of the people with whom she was staying
Whether one is sceptical or not this was an amazing read. To be read with an open mind and to arrive at one's own conclusion. Good medical references without being technical. Highly recommend this book.
I stumbled on this book by chance? It seemed to be just what I was looking for.
For those that might get too bogged down by the illness and coma and virus chapters, giving them a very quick skim does not harm the read at all.
Its important to understand the history of the author as there is a powerful reveal at the end.
I think sometimes an author can get caught up in trying to hard to prove something scientifically. The short and sweet version is he had a virus that made him effectively brain dead. So what happened on his spiritual journey could not have been created by the brain it had to be 'another' part of his eternal self.
Those that have had similar experiences will connect very well with this book. A refresher for some, perhaps.
Coming back and explaining the journey is frustrating and can quickly lead to others trying to dilute your experience, perhaps unintentionally.
Then there is the 'what now?' question.
I really enjoyed the descriptions of his journey. I'd be interested to have a look at his condensed version of Proof of heaven.