Coming Back Alive

The Case for Reincarnation
 
 
Souvenir Press Ltd
  • erschienen am 29. März 2001
 
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  • Softcover
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  • 344 Seiten
978-0-285-63597-5 (ISBN)
 
The age-old belief in reincarnation is enjoying a revival. More and more people are asking 'is this all there is?' and opening themselves up to the possibility of returning to life in new bodies to continue their spiritual growth. Reincarnation is not exclusive to the Hindu or Buddhist religions, it is part of the history of mankind. The Dalai Lama has written of this book that "it will contribute substantially to explain and interest the average westerner in the subject of rebirth." In 'Coming Back Alive' Joe Fisher explores the origins of belief in rebirth and examines the evidence for life after life while placing ideas of human reincarnation in the context of the life of the universe. Joe Fisher began to research past and future lives in 1982, the more deeply he delved the more he was swayed by the large body of evidence that supports the case for reincarnation. He first published his findings in 'The Case for Reincarnation' but has now revised and updated his work under the title 'Coming Back Alive'. Including new material on the discarnate realm between incarnations, new developments in past-life therapy and childhood reincarnation memory of earlier lives and describing the continued progress made in reincarnation research since the original publication this is the most comprehensive account available.
 
The age-old belief in reincarnation is enjoying a revival. More and more people are asking 'is this all there is?' and opening themselves up to the possibility of returning to life in new bodies to continue their spiritual growth. Reincarnation is not exclusive to the Hindu or Buddhist religions, it is part of the history of mankind. The Dalai Lama has written of this book that "it will contribute substantially to explain and interest the average westerner in the subject of rebirth." In 'Coming Back Alive' Joe Fisher explores the origins of belief in rebirth and examines the evidence for life after life while placing ideas of human reincarnation in the context of the life of the universe. Joe Fisher began to research past and future lives in 1982, the more deeply he delved the more he was swayed by the large body of evidence that supports the case for reincarnation. He first published his findings in 'The Case for Reincarnation' but has now revised and updated his work under the title 'Coming Back Alive'. Including new material on the discarnate realm between incarnations, new developments in past-life therapy and childhood reincarnation memory of earlier lives and describing the continued progress made in reincarnation research since the original publication this is the most comprehensive account available.
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Joe Fisher is a prolific freelance journalist and author. He has written eight books, including the contemporary metaphysical classics, Hungry Ghosts: Life Between Life and Predictions. After emigrating to Canada, Joe worked as an investigative reporter and feature writer for both the Toronto Sun and the Toronto Star. He has travelled widely, lecturing and researching in countries such as Greece, Ireland, Ecuador, Morocco and Peru. Joe's articles and books not only reflect his deep and abiding interest in spirituality but also his fascination with world cultures.
Joe Fisher is a prolific freelance journalist and author. He has written eight books, including the contemporary metaphysical classics, Hungry Ghosts: Life Between Life and Predictions. After emigrating to Canada, Joe worked as an investigative reporter and feature writer for both the Toronto Sun and the Toronto Star. He has travelled widely, lecturing and researching in countries such as Greece, Ireland, Ecuador, Morocco and Peru. Joe's articles and books not only reflect his deep and abiding interest in spirituality but also his fascination with world cultures.

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