Read Paranormal Online Free - From the bestselling author of Life After Life and pioneer researcher and leading authority on near-death experiences comes Paranormal, an intimate look at a lifetime spent fearlessly wrestling with humankind’s most important and perplexing question:
What happens when we die?
Paranormal begins with a harrowing account of Moody’s suicide attempt—due to an undiagnosed illness that led him into depression—and proceeds to explore his lifelong fascination with life beyond our bodies. Moody traces the roots of his obsession with the point of death and how, at age twenty-three, he launched the entirely new medical field of near-death studies. He went on to explore the world of past lives and possible reincarnation before stumbling into the fascinating realm of facilitated visions. Moody’s rural research center, Theater of the Mind, dramatically advances paranormal research by melding ancient and modern techniques to arouse many of the transformative elements of the near-death experience in people who are still living.
After more than four decades of studying death and the possibility of an afterlife, Moody still sees endless promise in the fringes of psychological sciences, where he continues to seek answers to what happens to our souls after death.
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|Number of Pages||:||256 pages|
March 01, 2013
I was really excited when I learned that Raymond Moody had published a new book. I had very much enjoyed "Life After Life" where he was one of the first doctors to interview and record the stories of individuals who had near death experiences (NDEs). He is known as the "father" of NDEs. I had stu...
December 09, 2014
This autobiography is fascinating in that it explains, in this own words, how a doctor turned into a researcher of the near death experience. Much of the story is simply human interest and does not delve into the somewhat paranormal nature of his work until about the middle of the text. I found h...
July 25, 2012
I thought it was a fabulous read until the end. I enjoyed a clinical explanation of near death experiences. when he started getting into past lives and looking into mirrors, he lost me. I could appreciate looking at certain seemingly paranormal activities from a scientific point of view but past...
December 11, 2015
I really like this book. Informative, entertaining, and did not lose my interest. The book is a bit self-indulgent, but it warns in the beginning that this is the case. However, I can overlook this if I consider the great read I got out of this book. It does seem like it is unfinished, so I hope...
December 05, 2012
Crappy - I mean that in the best possible way. He is SO naracassistic and can't get over himself. I mean, I know its his story, but he keeps going on about how special he is, about how smart he is, about how awesome he is. Gah. Couldn't actually get into it.
April 03, 2015
Not what I thought... ehh
August 12, 2016
The first half of the book (covering his previous work already known to me) is intriguing -- the last half covering info new to me was mind blowing!
July 22, 2017
Very much worth reading, all the way through.
I found it satisfying and helpful that this author's thoughts parallel my own, for the most part, in this area of human thought and endeavour. I also find myself, through no fault of the author whatsoever, just slightly disappointed, in that this autho...
July 16, 2017
Self involved like no other ....
The Moody rang familiar his name from studies in past shown this name of great importance in his books in librarys, book stores and magazine articles. One rea had the notion that this Drson why he seems so familaiar to me in the beginning was that this Dr. has a tr...
June 01, 2017
Really enjoyed this book and have a lot of respect for Raymond Moody. Thank you for a lifetime of contributions!
Michael Jones, Spiritual Teacher and Author of "The Seven Victories of the Divine Child".