Soul Afterlife: Beyond the Near-Death Experience by Bud Megargee

A thought-provoking, beautifully written guide to soul life…

Former senior healthcare executive and healthcare lobbyist Megargee’s latest book is an intimate exploration of the possible aspects of an otherworldly soul life. Plagued by his curiosity that there must be a deeper understanding about life’s mystical puzzles, Megargee united with his “soul guide,” Laz and traced the long and winding road to spiritual discovery while delving into the concepts of the reincarnation, the soul’s seven senses, seven heavens and seven hells, Buddhist tenets, karma, soul transformation, and transcendence among other. Examining the ripple effect of one’s actions and how that might affect an afterlife experience, Megargee argues that the ripple effect can cause things way beyond the perception of the human mind and, subsequently, a person’s life after death. He further delves into the concept of human energy creating a ripple effect, with the power to affect one’s afterlife as well as many other souls’ (who are connected to a person as their cluster mates in spirit world) lives and progress. He stresses that afterlife experience is based on one’s thoughts and actions while living, and awareness plays a significant role in it: if one can attain awareness and more control over their actions while alive, they have a better chance altering the negative afterlife experience to a positive one. Megargee’s prose is measured and smooth throughout, and he is candid when it comes to admitting his uncertainty about the greatest mysteries of life. This deep exploration of spirituality, what happens after a person dies, and soul life are refreshingly engaging.

Soul Afterlife: Beyond the Near-Death 

By Bud Megargee

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Pub date February 27, 2020

ISBN 979-8615081217

Price $14.95 (USD) Paperback, $21.95 Hardcover, $7.80 Kindle edition



Categories: Non Fiction

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