There is no denying that the world has been living in fear since early 2020. Fear is the most destructive emotion anyone can experience.
Many people are afraid of death, and thousands have lost loved ones and are distraught. Those of us who have had out-of-body experiences and other paranormal experiences believe there is no death, only a transition back to where we came from. There are no words to describe the profound beauty and love that millions of people who have had a Near Death Experience (NDE) describe.
Mariel Forde Clarke is one of them (see bio below). Mariel has been assisting the dying and bereaved in accepting death as a natural part of life. I had the pleasure of speaking with Mariel, a lovely lady, about her new book, Where After.
About the Book
A journey that will compel readers to view life after death in a completely different way.
Where - do our loved ones go - After they die? This is the question that has traversed the universe for centuries and is considered one of life's greatest mysteries. While many of the world's renowned philosophers, scientists, theorists, doctors, and great mystics endorsed the existence of the afterlife, no one book has been available to explore it all, until now.
Mariel Forde Clarke asserts that whether you believe in God or heaven, you can be comforted by the sense that an afterlife exists beyond the realm of one's physical comprehension. Drawing on the findings of patients who have had near-death experiences and visions and on those of renowned scientists and doctors, Clarke helps the reader chart the journey of the soul and navigate their grief.
I strongly commend this beautiful, wise, touching and profound book as a companion on your journey -
David Lorimer, Programme Director /Editor, Paradigm Explorer
Holistic Counsellor and Spiritual Teacher ----Where After?
Since her own near-death experience in 1992, Mariel has dedicated her life to exploring the mystery of life and death. She has studied many cultures where the afterlife is considered our true home. From the various research gleaned, she now understands that a belief in an afterlife determines and impacts on how one grieves. Anecdotal evidence from many of her workshops showed a prevailing common theme. Participants who believe in an afterlife manage their grieving process in a healthier and more integrative way. For others, the afterlife is of no concern, with death being the cessation of all life and communication.