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  Psychology and the Near-Death Experience: Searching for God
Roy L. Hill



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Near-death experiences tantalize the publicís interest in what lies beyond the final human breath. Answers have been streaming by the thousands during the last few decades from people who have had them. However, grand designs can only be splendidly revealed by connecting thousands of NDE accounts like a jigsaw puzzle. In his groundbreaking book, Psychology and the Near-Death Experience, Roy L. Hill roughly sketches Godís canvas by integrating hundreds of NDE testimonies within the context of human psychology. As an inquisitive psychologist with strong spiritual roots, Royís book uniquely mixes academic curiosity with a deep reverence for the sacred. The reader can expect exposure to profound spiritual insights throughout the book. Systems of meaning will be challenged, new purpose will be defined, and the nature of self will be primed for discovery.  In this manner, Psychology and the Near-Death Experience may aid the spiritual explorer in their search for God.


About the author

Roy L. Hill, Psy.D. has worked as a clinical psychologist for over twenty years. During his professional career, the author has supervised prison departments, managed mental health programs, provided general clinical services, and actively participated in crisis management teams. Despite a rewarding career, Roy believes that his most important work lies ahead; lending voice to our ambassadors from heaven.

Roy can be found at www.neardeathexppsy.com


Publisher: White Crow Books
Published September 2015
312 pages
Size: 229 x 152 mm
ISBN 978-1-910121-42-9
 
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