Promotional video for ‘The Transformative Power Of Near-Death Experiences Book’ featuring endorsements from Neale Donald Walsch, Anita Moorjani and Dr Eben Alexander
Following my Near-Death Experience in 2009 I shouted out 9 significant words.
‘Like- minded souls will collaborate to change the world.’
I always knew that one day I would be sharing my story in collaboration with others to make a positive difference in the world.
My first book co- written with Dr Penny Sartori in collaboration with twenty two other contributors from around the world is available to buy from AMAZON, BARNES AND NOBLE, WHSMITHS, THE BOOK DEPOSITORY, WATERSTONES.
All the royalties received from our worldwide book sales will support projects aimed at making a positive difference in children’s lives through the work of our charitable foundation.
Near-death experiences (NDEs) are often transformative, not only on an individual level, but on a collective level too. In The Transformative Power of Near-Death Experiences both myself and NDE expert Dr. Penny Sartori have brought together a selection of inspiring stories from ordinary people who have had extraordinary experiences. These have changed the course of their lives, empowered them to be their true selves, and shown each and every one of them the Power of Divine love and acceptance.
The book highlights how transformative NDEs can be and how we can all benefit from a greater understanding of them. Dr Penny Sartori draws extensively on her career as an intensive care nurse and the results of her doctoral research into NDEs and writes from an academic perspective, whilst I draw on the knowledge and wisdom I gained during my NDE and write from a spiritual perspective. Giving you, the reader both an interesting and balanced viewpoint on this phenomena.
All the contributors to our book range in age, background, religion, belief, creed, and career, yet what ties them together is the remarkable metamorphoses in their lives after their Near Death Experiences. Some struggled to integrate back into regular life, and repressed their NDEs, whereas others felt so much love and joy during their NDEs, that they actively wanted to experience another. Some had their marriages dissolve as their partners couldn’t understand what they had been through, and others found their soulmates having been empowered to finally believe that they deserve love. From setting up support groups for other NDEers, to founding charities and programmes across the world, the unconditional love and interconnectedness experienced by everyone who has led to an outpour of positivity into the world.
The book describes how NDEs have helped some of the contributors to overcome suicidal feelings and come to terms with transgender issues, and it reveals the inadequacy of our health system that can wrongly perceive NDEs as a mental health issue. While in recent years we have seen a dramatic change of attitude towards NDEs, they are still widely misunderstood, understudied, and not adequately acknowledged by the medical profession or loved ones. This is detrimental to those who don’t receive proper support, and to the wider world, who are missing out on the beautiful messages learnt through an NDE. The most powerful lesson to come from these stories is that regardless of whether or not you have experienced an NDE yourself, everyone is interconnected and nobody has to fear death.
This book is crucial in transforming the way we perceive NDEs, life after death, palliative care, a more compassionate healthcare system, and our universal human connection. It inspires people of all creeds, cultures, and faiths to see how the love experienced during the NDE has the capacity to heal minds, bodies, and souls.
NDEs have a wonderful message for the world. It is one of peace, love and respect, and is ultimately The Golden Rule described by all of the wisdom traditions of the world; namely, “treat others as you would wish to be treated yourself”. We can all benefit from this message without nearly having to come close to death first; all we have to do is take notice of what people who have had an NDE are trying to convey.