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Reviewed by Astrid Iustulin for Readers' Favorite
Many people seek answers to fundamental questions about life. Does the afterlife exist? And how can we find out if our opinions about it are correct? These questions are fascinating but difficult to answer, and anyone who tries to do it deserves our undivided attention. This is what author June Raleigh does in her book: The Beyond Is Part of the Here Now (Book 2). In this short and intriguing volume, Raleigh tells stories of people who have had firsthand experiences with the afterlife, with the hope that it will help others to whom something similar has happened, especially if they have found it difficult to explain.
The Beyond Is Part of the Here Now is a book that you can read quickly, but one which is worth thinking more deeply about. I like that author June Raleigh does not tackle the subject in a theoretical way, but that she uses examples from real life. I believe that this book is a source of hope above all. The idea that unexpected help may come at the right time to improve (or even save) our lives really gave me the impression that we are not alone. The stories which personally struck me the most were those in which unknown voices had guided people. Overall, the food for thought in The Beyond Is Part of the Here Now is inexhaustible. I am grateful to Raleigh for collecting these stories for us and would recommend her book to anyone who is interested in or has had these experiences. It will help them to better understand these events.