P.M.H. Atwater has outdone herself with her latest book, We Live Forever! In it, she discusses her personal history with death, as well several very interesting aspects of near-death experiences and after-death communication. I would recommend this book to anyone who interested in near-death experiences and/or the process of death itself and how it feels.
Having died three times in 1977, Atwater is certainly familiar with the near-death phenomenon. The third of her NDEs prompted her to investigate what was really going on and whether what she had experienced was valid. Beginning in 1978, she began studying and documenting reported cases of NDEs. At press time, Atwater had a research base consisting of over 3,000 NDEs in adults and over 200 in children. Due to such extensive research and documentation, she is regarded as an expert in the field of near-death studies.
In We Live Forever, Atwater starts off by telling the story of her granddaughter, Myriam, who passed away in 1999 of bacterial meningitis. Although Myriamís death was certainly a tragedy, it helped her family to realize the truth about death and realize the importance of love and harmony. In my opinion, Myriamís passing was, as is the case with most child deaths, a pre-planned event to which the family agreed before birth. Afterlife evidence suggests that almost all tragedies are pre-planned to maximize the learning potential.
Throughout the book, Atwater goes on to discuss thrilling topics such as shared-death experiences, the transition process, the power of prayer, and much more. This book blends together a mix of scientific research and eyewitness accounts/experiences to create and irrefutable case for the afterlife.
We Live Forever is also filled with several interesting tidbits about after-death communications. One account features a woman who appeared to her neighbor at the same time that she died from a car accident. The neighbor reported the lady as looking perfectly alive and well, walking down the street, saying hello, and then disappearing behind her front door. It was a truly amazing and reassuring story to read.
To conclude, We Live Forever is a wonderful book for anyone interested in near-death experiences, shared-death experiences, or after-death communication. It is a quick, easy read that does a wonderful job to reassure the reader that death is not the end. I highly recommend it.