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|August 27, 2015
Author of "The Wonder of You: What the Near-Death Experience
Tells You About Yourself"
This week on Paranormal Underground Radio: In The Dark, we talk with Lynn Russell, author of The Wonder of You: What the Near-Death Experiences Tells You About Yourself.
After she had researched a couple hundred cases, she started to see hidden messages. After Lynn researched 2,500 NDEs, she decided the information was for everyone, thus she wrote the book, The Wonder of You: What the Near-Death Experience Tells You About Yourself.
"Although there are many books written on NDEs, they either talk about one individual experience or present research on one aspect of the experience," said Lynn. "The Wonder of You: What the Near Death Experience Tells You About Yourself talks about a very wide range of experiences. It takes the reader through the different aspects of the experience, explains them in detail, and brings out the deep learning being brought back."
The main thrust of Lynn's book is to show the reader what magnificent creatures they are and how they play an active role in the creation of all they know. The book looks at a bit of science, although not a lot. "I take a quick peek at how scientists are discovering a new paradigm for the cosmos," said Lynn. "It appears the universe is a hologram. So where does that leave us? We are One with the Loving Light NDErs talk about and are indeed amazing creatures."
There are still a thousand questions, according to Lynn. "Every new understanding opens a door and 10 more questions come along with it," she said. "Human beings are curious creatures, and we don’t rest until we have our answers. We will continue to ask, probe, and study to find answers that will lead to new understanding and probably new questions."