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Dying to Be Free : From Enforced Secrecy to Near Death to True Transformation (Paperback) (Hannah
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In this compelling memoir, Hannah Robinson relates how she was injured in an accident while on holiday in Tenerife, sustaining life-threatening multiple injuries. While still "unconscious" she entered a "near-death experience", where she experienced true peace and love. She also received the information she needed to come to terms with the biggest, negative issue she would continue to face; the life-long rejection and enforced secrecy of her father, a Catholic priest. While healing in hospital and at home, Hannah started to understand how her father's actions and her near-death experience were inextricably linked; that they'd both occurred at all was more than just coincidence. Within these pages, Hannah shares many of the stages of her life-transforming journey, both wonderful and excruciating, that have brought her to a deeper understanding of how and why this all happened. Increasingly struck by the contrast between her own spiritual experience and her treatment by the Catholic Church, Hannah examines the relationship between organised religion and near-death experiences and makes a good argument for love being the most emotionally, spiritually and psychologically healing power there is; one that transcends human belief systems and ultimately unites us all as one.
Number of Pages: 134
Genre: Body + Mind + Spirit, Family + Relationships
Sub-Genre: Conflict Resolution, Parapsychology / Near-Death Experience
Publisher: John Hunt Pub
Author: Hannah Robinson
Street Date: April 29, 2016
Item Number (DPCI): 248-17-1989
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