Saturday, 7 November 2015

Book Review: Memories of Heaven

This book is a simple as the title reads. It is a matter-of-fact book. A recollection of information gathered from many willing parents all over the world that shared the “strange” recollections their children had, of their lives before they were born.

The chapters are divided by themes and for every theme there is an introduction by both authors.  The chapters are:

Memories of Heaven, Memories of Past Lives, Memories of Choosing Parents, Memories of Family Reincarnations and Role Reversals, Memories of Spiritual Connections to Our Source, Mystical and Precognitive Wisdom, Invisible Friends and Spiritual Visitations, Angel Stories.

There is no elaboration of the data. No philosophical or religious attachment of any kind mentioned in the book. No agenda behind it all. They are the simple words that came out of these children.

It is as transparent as every young child can be. And because of such candidness that this book can have a powerful impact, if one just stops to think about it.

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