Elisabeth Kubler-Ross

Elisabeth’s ground breaking 1969 book, On Death and Dying, describes the grieving process people experience when dealing with the loss of a loved one. It has been the primer used by thousands of counselors to help millions of people cope with their emotional distress. The book can be found on Amazon.

Michael Newton, PhD

For those that are seeking evidence of life after death and soul purpose, Michael’s book Journey of Souls is worth reading. As a counseling psychologist, master hypnotherapist and teacher, he discovered that under hypnosis, clients were able to tap into detailed filled memories from past lives of which they had no prior memories. The book is filled with actual transcripts from client sessions. In one of his follow-on books – Destiny of Souls, he provides greater detail of the after-life world. He describes how souls work together in groups to plan experiences once they incarnate, and agree to temporarily forget their eternal nature while in physical form.


Neale Donald Walsch

One of Neale’s latter books and less read, but very important is Home With God – In A Life That Never Ends. It explains in great detail the different stages of life: the before-life, the after-life and the between-life. It is very helpful in understanding the concept of the eternal nature of life and how each Soul decides when to shift between the physical and non-physical dimensions. Using the same format as the Conversation With God book series, Neale and God discuss how the Soul chooses its birth and death and rebirth cycles of life, and the process that makes it happen.