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Soul Afterlife: Beyond the Near-Death Experience by Bud Megargee focuses on the existence of both human and spiritual energies in life. The book is about the author's spiritual self-discovery, spiritual adventure, and the afterlife puzzle. The journey begins with trying to understand the octopus analogy where souls join in clusters for various reasons and he delves deeper into this concept and explores the world of souls. The interpretation of this concept by the author's soul guide, Laz, to understand this afterlife journey is helpful and will help readers realize the soul's need for spiritual adventure and advancement.
The topics of souls, afterlife, and near-death experiences have always fascinated me, and the stories in the book are fascinating and eyeopeners. Bud Megargee throws light on every soul's life after death and that the path they undertake need not be the same. The book is informative and gives answers to questions when it comes to the soul and its journey. The dialogue format between the author and Laz, the soul guide, makes it interesting for readers and it also educates them about the seven soul senses.
Soul Afterlife is profound and the insights take readers to another realm where they learn about the subtleties of the soul, its consciousness, and movement. The book is a good read for those who are curious to learn about the soul, its journey, and its energy. The debates on the octopus-head phenomenon of soul division, exposure to multiple afterlife senses, and a tailspin journey of karma attachments to the energy field all make interesting reading for those seeking answers to their spiritual questions and developing their awareness about the soul.