The Other Side of Death by Jan Price

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"I saw and felt the most beautiful luminous blue. I was serene, tranquil, free, and could happily have stayed there forever."
Jan Price was destined not to linger in paradise but to return to the physical world and the body she had left behind during a nearly fatal heart attack.
This book is Jan's account of her near-death experience and the many precious lessons it taught her--most important, that death need never be feared, by anyone. She describes the beautiful spiritual country in which she found herself and her joyous encounters there. She reflects on why near-death experiences happen and why they've become so common. Jan's husband, bestselling inspirational author John Randolph Price, also contributes to the story, sharing his feelings and experiences during this tremendous crisis.
Guilt and punishment, forgiveness and transformation, life and love, earth and eternity--Jan Price's remarkable story teaches us about all of them, joyfully and unforgettably.

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About Jan Price

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Price is the president and CEO of the Quartus Foundation. She is an internationally known speaker on the dynamics of positive living.
Published September 1, 2010 by Ballantine Books. 198 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality. Non-fiction

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The author recounts her near-fatal 1993 heart attack and the spiritual awakening and joy she discovered through her experience.

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As I read John Price's second book, Man Killed by Pheasant, a memoir told through loosely linked essays, I began to consider what the purpose of a memoir is and what it should reveal to us about its author.

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The Caribbean Review of Books (CRB)

The shocking details of the Zong murders — which came to light when the insurance company challenged Collingwood’s claim — was a perfect illustration of this spiritual sickness: Evangelical abolitionists charged that in the commercial arrangements that defined slavery and the slave trade, money ...

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