“Debra Diamond’s Life After Near Death is an inspiring look at how transformative experiences manifest in the lives of ordinary humans. She shows why our customary views of our origins and destiny must be reimagined. Nothing is more important.”
—Larry Dossey, MD, New York Times best-selling author, One Mind
“In this wonderful book Debra describes her personal journey by writing about the impressive interviews she had with people who had an NDE and their permanent, overwhelming, and inescapable psychological, spiritual, and physical transformation. Their lives changed in ways they were not prepared for. Highly recommended.”
—Pim van Lommel, cardiologist, author, Consciousness Beyond Life
“You won’t want to miss this exceptional book! Debra Diamond is uniquely qualified. She was a high-powered Wall Street money manager who walked away to pursue a life of spirituality and purpose. In her book, she investigates an aspect of near-death experiences that is infrequently discussed, yet vitally important: the aftereffects. This book is scholarly in content, yet easy and delightful to read. This highly recommended book contains a treasure trove of wisdom that is powerful, inspiring, and could change your life.”
—Jeffrey Long, md, New York Times best-selling author, Evidence of the Afterlife
Life After Near Death is the only book to explore the deeper meaning of the near-death experience (NDE) through the prism of its miraculous aftereffects.
You don’t need to be declared clinically dead to experience an NDE. Nor must you experience many of Raymond Moody’s nine elements, including a life review, an out-of-body experience, encounters with deceased loved ones, and a decision to return to one’s body. The key is whether you return from the experience permanently transformed.
Life After Near Death profiles a dozen cases of specific cognitive and physiological near-death aftereffects, including newfound musical and artistic talents, mathematical gifts, enhanced hearing, elevated IQ, improved eyesight, spontaneous healing, and electrical sensitivity. It explores new evidence to shed light on this phenomenon and reveals for the first time: