Sitting in the Lotus Blossom

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In 1989 I had started to write a book about the art of conscious dying but every time I sat down to write, information that had nothing to do with that concept kept coming through. I decided to meditate to try to figure out what was going on. I started seeing strange faces arising out of the darkness and messages, like a moving LED sign with a continuous series of symbols that made no sense to me. More

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About Diane Goble

Diane Goble received her Masters Degree in Community-Clincal Psychology in 1983, another in Clinical Hypnotherapy in 1992, and has been a spiritual counselor and author (eight books) for over 30 years. She had a profound near-death/afterlife experience when she drowned while white water river rafting in 1971, which had a profound transformational effect on her. The knowledge she received during her journey beyond the veil was revealed on her web site (1998-2018) and is now available to spiritual seekers through electronic books. Her mission has been to help others overcome fear of death and realize it is an important milestone along our soul's journey and accelerates the evolution of consciousness among human beings. Becoming "human" is just one stage along our soul's journey... and there is so much more. Diane is finally retired but currently working on a movie script and taking up painting to explore other aspects of her NDE. She lives in Sisters, Oregon, USA.

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Anita Peura reviewed on Jan. 31, 2013

This is a great little book! When this was written, there perhaps wasn't such a wealth of literature available on personal experiences of spirituality or anomalous events, but even today, it shines as a very well thought-out, well-considered description of Diane's experiences, written very much in a vernacular (but not dumbed-down) style. She is highly intelligent and a deep thinker, with good humour. Given the always unique nature of anyone's forays into higher consciousness, every account is of value in rounding out our understanding of these realms, to which we all will one day return. It is increasingly clear that now is the time for us all to learn to connect that understanding with our everyday consciousness, as far as each is capable, and marry the two levels of awareness in our everyday lives. Diane describes this clearly and sensibly, as she sees it from her background, and adds to our common resources to help us on our own way. Thank you!
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