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I've listened to this audiobook twice since I purchased it last year, and I'm sure in 2017 I will listen to it again. It's uplifting and inspiring. I think I enjoy most the lightness in which Mike delivers it.
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I’ve read many books over the years by many authors who have interviewed people who died and came back. Along with near death experiences people have had. I’ve read David Wilcox work on what really happens when we die as well as many others.
Here Mike puts them all together in one location and it’s easy to follow. I have never believed since I was a little child what I was told about death and judgement I will face when it occurs. I believe Mike has it right and that we are all loved and here to learn lessons as the ancient pagans used to teach. Which oddly enough the Catholic church taught as well until they decided it was heresy.
When you read this book you will understand why you do some of the things you do like that odd little conversation with the person in the store line that you will never see again in this life. If you did you would see how it changed both of your lives in a little way that led to something bigger. You’d understand that fearing death is a waste of time and so much more. Please approach this book with an open mind and enjoy it to it’s fullest.
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I actually listened to this on Audible rather than reading the book, which I have. I really WANT to give this more stars, I truly do. But I just struggled with this entire book. In the introduction he says (paraphrased): "trust me just because I know". Absolutely no explanation how he knows all things, nada. Just "trust me". Then he continues into some interesting and some totally fantastical ideas about the afterlife...out there stuff, mostly repeats of hundreds of other manifestation books. The truth is, I'd love to buy what he's saying, but it is tough. Dooley repeats what 500 quantum physics "The Secret" type books have said, only without any authority. He also takes it further with weird letters from supposed dead people. I think these letters from the dead could be very hurtful to anyone reading this trying to find some comfort about a lost loved one.
The audio version was done OK. I didn't love the narrator, but he wasn't too distracting. What was distracting was trying to figure out how and on what authority a former accountant magically turned knower-of-all-things.
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