Nancy Rynes was riding her bicycle when a large SUV approached. The vehicle's driver, absorbed in texting while driving, plowed right into Rynes.
Suffering from severe spinal and head injuries, Rynes knew she was dying. At that moment, she underwent the first of two life-changing near-death experiences - her consciousness split between her frightened, injured self lying on the road, and an impartial, peaceful observer-consciousness who watched as first responders fought to keep her alive. Her second, more lengthy near-death experience came days later, during the surgery that attempted to repair her traumatized spine.
Rynes, a scientist and confirmed skeptic, was shown the wonders of heaven, experiencing joy, love, and beauty on such a grand scale that she wept at its magnitude. She then met and spoke with a being who gave her insights into life, love, and the wonders of spirit. After her tour of heaven, she was returned to her body to begin the long, slow process of recovering from injuries her surgeon affirms should have killed her.
In Awakenings from the Light, Rynes recounts the amazing sights of heaven, and explains the remarkable insights into life she returned with to share with others. She was gifted with a second chance - a precious opportunity to bring a little bit of heaven into her life on Earth. The wisdom she passes on could well change your life as well.
Way to live Heaven on earth. A Divine Revelation about the Life. Read and Get Blessed.
It was real pleasure to have chance to read it. Very learning story with some lessons for life how it is precious and how we can make it better and happier and more loving. Thank you Nancy Rynes to give me opportunity to know your storry
Thank you for this book....it changed my life! This information is mind- blowing. Grab it
What would have made Awakenings from the Light better?
If it was never published.
Would you ever listen to anything by Nancy Rynes again?
How could the performance have been better?
If it wasn't in monotone.
If you could play editor, what scene or scenes would you have cut from Awakenings from the Light?
The endless useless lectures on appreciating everything.
Any additional comments?
Super pretentious as if she is the first person to come up with gratitude. Very condescending and annoying and ultimately BORING.
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