- By Julia Assante Larry Dossey

The Last Frontier: Exploring the Afterlife and Transforming Our Fear of Death

  • Title: The Last Frontier: Exploring the Afterlife and Transforming Our Fear of Death
  • Author: Julia Assante Larry Dossey
  • ISBN: 9781608681600
  • Page: 132
  • Format: Paperback
  • The Last Frontier Exploring the Afterlife and Transforming Our Fear of Death Knowledge of the afterlife can trigger dazzling transformations in body mind and spirit It unleashes our authentic selves radically resets our values and deepens our sense of life purpose From it

    Knowledge of the afterlife can trigger dazzling transformations in body, mind, and spirit It unleashes our authentic selves, radically resets our values, and deepens our sense of life purpose From it we discover that the real nature of the universe is the very essence of benevolence In this comprehensive work, Julia Assante probes what happens when we die, approaching wKnowledge of the afterlife can trigger dazzling transformations in body, mind, and spirit It unleashes our authentic selves, radically resets our values, and deepens our sense of life purpose From it we discover that the real nature of the universe is the very essence of benevolence In this comprehensive work, Julia Assante probes what happens when we die, approaching with scholarly precision historical and religious accounts, near death experiences, and after death communication She then presents convincing evidence of discarnate existence and communication with the dead and offers practical ways to make contact with departed loved ones to heal and overcome guilt, fear, and grief Winner of a 2013 Nautilus Gold Award in the category of grieving death dying

    1 thought on “The Last Frontier: Exploring the Afterlife and Transforming Our Fear of Death

    1. I love books that make me think and ponder why I believe what I believe – this is such a book. A fascinating journey.

    2. The Last Frontier is an attempt to explain, mystify and appreciate the death, dying, and, most prominently, the after-death experience, and there could perhaps be no one more qualified than Assante to tackle what seems so impossible a field. With a PhD from Columbia University, she describes herself as a mystic, medium, therapist and scholar, a heady combination to be sure. For the most part her writing is lucid, engaging and unpretentious. In the introduction she states: “In the modern era, t [...]

    3. Fascinating. I read this book after seeing it recommended by Eben Alexander, the author of "Proof of Heaven: A Neurosurgeon's Journey into the Afterlife." Unlike Alexander's book, the main focus is not solely what happens after we die, but also reincarnation, communication with the dead, and more. While a bit "out there," this book provided me comfort, particularly so soon after my Mom's passing. I am skeptical regarding some of the topics, like means of communicating with the dead, but if you r [...]

    4. I've been reading on this subject for twenty years. This book makes for a great summary of those twenty years. We have evidence, albeit anecdotal, going back thousands of years that consciousness survives death, regardless of belief. Our culture refuses to accept this as fact, yet, one hundred years of looking at surface temperatures, combined with statistical manipulation, most people believe in global warming, rephrased as climate change. If everyone believed in an everlasting conscienceless, [...]

    5. I read this book while I was deeply grieving the loss of someone very close to my heart, and still refer to it from time to time. I count this amongst a few books that saved my life during that difficult time, others being Hello from Heaven and Many Lives Many Masters. This book is extremely well researched and written by someone who had a lot of authority on this subject, making us aware of our mortality and yet, telling us how not to be scared of it, but embrace it and accepting it. Remarkable [...]

    6. It's a big book, and full of history and ideas, so be prepared to take your time and soak in all the information that Julia Assante shares. I learned a lot, and appreciated the depth of research and level of knowledge that Ms Assante put in writing.

    7. Right on target.Useful info and helpful.Finished 2nd reading: 1/1/163rd reading: January 26 Feb 2016 finished.

    8. Her quest to de-stigmatize the fear of death and documents a process for communicating with the other side is admirable and very well done. I may be unjustly penalizing her for having information that I have read in other works repeated in a manner that detracts from the experience. There is no question the author is very talented and indeed deserves a better rating, but if you have read, "The Holographic Universe," by Michael Talbot or similar explorations into the paranormal you may feel the s [...]

    9. Bumped up from 3 to 4 after actually trying to contact someone by her instructions. Pretty amazing.I don't agree with her 100 per cent, but this book could easily be a life-changer. A universe-changer.

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