Adventures of the Soul: Journeys Through the Physical and Spiritual Dimensions
Author: James Van Praagh
Publisher: Hay House
Have you ever wondered what happens to us after our body stops? Have you wanted to talk to someone who has passed over, but thought it wasn’t possible? How about wondering if the loved ones who have gone ahead are okay, are happy; or felt like they were nearby and wondered if they really were? Are you afraid to die because you don’t know what happens afterward?
In Adventures of the Soul, experienced medium James Van Praagh offers answers to these questions based on his decades of experience being contacted by those who have passed on and reached out to those they left behind; as well as his personal “near death” experience. Unlike his previous books, which were based on readings he has given, in this book Mr. Van Praagh shares what he has learned from passed souls about what the “afterlife” is really like.
I was fascinated, and found “Adventures of the Soul” almost impossible to put down. It confirmed a great deal that I have “known” since my own near-death experience when I was around 10, and provided masses of additional information for me to think about and learn from. The guided meditations included at the end of the book have been quite helpful as well.
For those with an open mind, Adventures of the Soul offers comfort and reassurance that there is no reason to fear our transition, and that our loved ones haven’t ceased to exist. I highly recommend this book for anyone who is curious about what happens to us after we “die,” or who is grieving for a loved one.
As I will recount in this book, there are ways we can get glimpses of our true nature: through meditation, out-of-body experiences, and the accounts of near-death-experience survivors; by being regressed to past lives; and from information channeled via mediums. As a person who has been blessed with the ability to communicate with souls who have transitioned to the Spirit realms, I personally cannot deny the experiences I have had. If it wasn’t happening to me, I would be skeptical, too. ~James Van Praagh