Glimpsing Heaven

Glimpsing Heaven If you caught a glimpse of heaven, would you choose to come back to life Investigative journalist Judy Bachrach has collected accounts of those who died and then returned to life with lucid, vivid memories of what occurred while they were dead, and the conclusions are astonishing Clinical death the moment when the heart stops beating and brain stem activity ceases is not necessarily the end of consciousness, as a number of doctors are now beginning to concede Hundreds of thousands of fascinating post death experiences have been documented, and for many who have died and returned, life is forever changed These days, an increasing number of scientific researchers are turning their studies to people who have experienced what the author calls death travels putting stock and credence in the sights, encounters, and exciting experiences reported by those who return from the dead Through interviews with scores of these death travelers, and with physicians, nurses, and scientists unraveling the mysteries of the afterlife, Bachrach redefines the meaning of both life and death Glimpsing Heaven reveals both the uncertainty and the surprising joys of life after death From the Hardcover edition. Best Download eBook Glimpsing Heaven Author Judy Bachrach – cricketworldcuplivestreaming.com

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  • Paperback
  • 256 pages
  • Glimpsing Heaven
  • Judy Bachrach
  • 19 December 2017
  • 1426215142

11 thoughts on “Glimpsing Heaven

  1. says:

    During a breakfast meeting with a client I was surprised that she had come with a driver with her Her husband, who had always driven for her, was there too She explained her husband couldn t drive any Too risky He had had a major heart attack and stayed in the hospital forthan a month During one of his several operations he had flat lined for 30 minutes I guess that meant he had no brain activity for 30 minutes, maybe for lack of oxygen after his heart had stopped pumping But During a breakfast meeting with a client I was surprised that she had come with a driver with her Her husband, who had always driven for her, was there too She explained her husband couldn t drive any Too risky He had had a major heart attack and stayed in the hospital forthan a month During one of his several operations he had flat lined for 30 minutes I guess that meant he had no brain activity for 30 minutes, maybe for lack of oxygen after his heart had stopped pumping But he was revived and now sat across the table smiling.I asked if he remembered anything during those 30 minutes or so, or at anytime when he was being operated on He said he remembered nothing.This book is about those who remembered things while they were dead The author insists they were dead, not just having a near death experience NDE The usual stuff tunnel of light, elevated consciousness, the feeling of home, peace, love, dead relatives, mysterious beings, telepathic communications, etc ...

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    I found this a difficult read The writing style did not seem to flow and I had to keep going back to re read passages If you ve read other books on this topic, you ll find nothing new here There are better choices I would recommend...

  3. says:

    What happens when we die A question I ask myself often, always curious and a topic I enjoy exploring through various writings.I was completely captivated by this book, a subject matter I continually question and read extensively Bachrach demonstrates her keen journalistic skills with various interviews from people sharing their near death experiences Varying backgrounds, occupations adding interest actress, doctors, neuroscientists.Each chapter reveals information bo What happens when we die A question I ask myself often, always curious and a topic I enjoy exploring through various writings.I was completely captivated by this book, a subject matter I continually question and read extensively Bachrach demonstrates her keen journalistic skills with various interviews from people sharing their near death experiences Varying backgrounds, occupations adding interest actress, doctors, neuroscientists.Each chapter reveals information both unfamiliar and familiar with near death experiences One point mentioned time and time by interviewees death is not to be feared The people interviewed openly share their stories and their background pre post experience There were similarities as well as differences as to what exactly each person faced Both stories and participants are fascinating as well as gr...

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    This is the most comforting book about death I ve ever read Oddly, it wasn t written by a Christian Bachrach remains an atheist It s about near death experiences, but it has nothing to do with belief Rather, it s a study of what death travelers report as having experienced.The thing is, we are better able to study these experiences than ever before, because medicine has advanced so rapidly Cardiopulmonary resuscitation, a frequent way of reviving the dead, has become commonpla This is the most comforting book about death I ve ever read Oddly, it wasn t written by a Christian Bachrach remains an atheist It s about near death experiences, but it has nothing to do with belief Rather, it s a study of what death travelers report as having experienced.The thing is, we are better able to study these experiences than ever before, because medicine has advanced so rapidly Cardiopulmonary resuscitation, a frequent way of reviving the dead, has become commonplace More andpeople are brought back from the dead, their brains stuffed with memories of what they experienced We now have tens of thousands of reported cases.Some common claims include a lucidity of experience even among people with brain damage like Alzheimers, a feeling of deep bliss, and feeling of going home Speechless communication with other beings is often reported Traditional Christian teachings are usually contradicted warnings ...

  5. says:

    Glimpsing Heaven The Stories and Science of Life after Death by Judy Bachrach is one of the worst books about the survival of consciousness after physical death that I ve ever read I ve read books on this topic by authors like John Edward, George Anderson, Betty Jean Eadie, Don Piper, Todd Burpo, PMH Atwater, and Gary Schwartz Bachrach s book stands out for the low quality of the writing I was only a few pages into the book when I double checked the publisher yes, National Geographic I Glimpsing Heaven The Stories and Science of Life after Death by Judy Bachrach is one of the worst books about the survival of consciousness after physical death that I ve ever read I ve read books on this topic by authors like John Edward, George Anderson, Betty Jean Eadie, Don Piper, Todd Burpo, PMH Atwater, and Gary Schwartz Bachrach s book stands out for the low quality of the writing I was only a few pages into the book when I double checked the publisher yes, National Geographic I had noticed that there is not a single cover blurb by a prominent author in the field endorsing this book Now I know why I wondered about the author Was she some fresh from prestigious college cupcake with high level contacts dashing something off in order to get a publication notch on her belt before she hits the job market No, Judy Bachrach is an editor at Vanity Fair and a journalism professor Sheesh The writing in this book is hasty and shallow On a sentence le...

  6. says:

    First, an admission that I went to college with Judy Bachrach we were in the same class at Chatham College, although we were acquaintances, not friends And, second, that I had a near death experience I didn t die just came very, very close a few weeks before my freshman year at that college I had an emergency appendectomy at a small Maine hospital, and was given penicillin which I was allergic to I went into shock, and my blood pressure plunged My family was called because the h First, an admission that I went to college with Judy Bachrach we were in the same class at Chatham College, although we were acquaintances, not friends And, second, that I had a near death experience I didn t die just came very, very close a few weeks before my freshman year at that college I had an emergency appendectomy at a small Maine hospital, and was given penicillin which I was allergic to I went into shock, and my blood pressure plunged My family was called because the hospital was sure I wouldn t make it What do I remember that night Peacefully floating on a warm, red river The banks were far away, and I was happy I didn t want to come out of the water But hospital staff kept pulling me back taking my blood pressure, which hurt my arm, and finally I woke up to tell them to stop And the river was gone And, no I haven t been scared by death since then When I was caring for my mother, who died about ten years ago, I read a...

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    While working as a volunteer at a Washington, D.C hospice, journalist Judy Bachrach heard stories about people who had died, and then been revived Her curiosity was piqued, and she began to research that topic She read Raymond Moody s book entitled Life After Life, which was published in the early 1980 s She interviewed doctors, nurses, researchers, and ordinary people who had been death travelers.She found that most people who have undergone this experience are very reluctant While working as a volunteer at a Washington, D.C hospice, journalist Judy Bachrach heard stories about people who had died, and then been revived Her curiosity was piqued, and she began to research that topic She read Raymond Moody s book entitled Life After Life, which was published in the early 1980 s She interviewed doctors, nurses, researchers, and ordinary people who had been death travelers.She found that most people who have undergone this experience are very reluctant to talk about what happened to them for fear of ridicule and or disbelief by others In our society, it seems that death is a topic not to be discussed However, Judy s gentle approach and willingness to listen without judging the travelers encouraged them to relate their experiences Ms Bachrach presents many of the stories in this book Researchers into this topic are almost unanimously convinced that life does no...

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    I really enjoyed reading this journalistic view of life after death experiences The stories appealed to me because although I haven t experienced death and returned to life, some of my dreams have been as vivid as some of the death experiences described I ve dreamt I ve travelled to the field across the street where I grew up and was enveloped in the stars and planets which somehow were so close I felt as if I were matter and part of space myself It was terrifyingly beautiful and filled me I really enjoyed reading this journalistic view of life after death experiences The stories appealed to me because although I haven t experienced death and returned to life, some of my dreams have been as vivid as some of the death experiences described I ve dreamt I ve travelled to the field across the street where I grew up and was enveloped in the stars and planets which somehow were so close I felt as if I were matter and part of space myself It was terrifyingly beautiful and filled me with an emotion that nearly burst from my being In another dream, I ve experienced flight and the ability to float above myself or outside myself Observing things like in a movie I was flying so slowly as if I were swimming the breast stroke.In a recent dream, I touched the arm of a stranger and was filled with the most delicious love I thought imaginable I felt loved in every part of...

  9. says:

    The emphasis of this book is on glimpse and that is precisely what it was, an interesting, but somewhat unsatisfactory glimpse of individual experience s with apparent death The book is very weak on the science of death I think a summary chapter would have been...

  10. says:

    Excellent Read in one day.

  11. says:

    Call me a weirdo, but this subject fascinates me This is the second book on death travels I read within a month of each other and I m not obsessed with death To be fair, I did come at this book from the standpoint of believing there absolutel...

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