The Miracle of Death
by Betty J. Kovacs
I am the publicist of a book that your members and site visitors would absolutely love. It's "THE MIRACLE OF DEATH" by Betty J. Kovacs, Ph.D. ISBN 0-9721005-3-9 (The Kamlak Center - July 2003). The book has been endorsed by Gary Schwartz and Joel Martin, among others in consciousness studies and science. Below is a very brief description of the book.
Within a three-year period, Dr. Kovacs lost her mother, her son and her husband in three separate automobile accidents. The book is about her entire family's non-ordinary experiences surrounding multiple deaths in her family. In this awe-inspiring narrative Dr. Kovacs shares OBEs, precognitive dreams, visions, and synchronistic events that opened her family to multiple levels of reality, the interconnectedness of all life, and the evidence all around us that a planetary shift in consciousness is under way. Weaving personal, historical and mythic perspectives, Dr. Kovacs shows us that such individual experiences along with cutting-edge scientific research support a radical change in the way we think about death--and life.
Stanley Krippner, Ph.D., Professor of Psychology, Saybrook Graduate School
"This book ... provides a remarkable blueprint for coping with the challenges posed by the 21st century."
Anne Baring, Co-author of The Myth of the Goddess and The Mystic Vision
"... an inspiring, sensitively told story, opening the door for our whole culture to a new way of living."