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Ask George Anderson: What Souls in the Hereafter Can Teach Us about Life

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Understand the importance and meaning of your life's journey here on Earth--with the guidance and perspective of the souls in the hereafter.
For nearly fifty years and more than thirty-five thousand sessions, George Anderson, widely considered the world's greatest living medium, has listened to those who have crossed to the other side. He has bridged the worlds of the here
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ebook, 320 pages
Published September 1st 2012 by Berkley Books
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Ingrid
Aug 13, 2017 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Well worth reading. The book is made up of questions and answers, which makes that you sometimes read the same thing twice, but that's understandable. It was emotional to read at times, but also interesting and heart-warming. As George Anderson says: faith is a funny thing.
Kris Hintz
For the uninitiated, George Anderson is widely considered the world's greatest living medium. At the age of six, after contracting chicken pox, Mr. Anderson developed a nearly fatal case of encephalomyelitis, a swelling of the brain which damaged his cerebrum and rendered him unable to walk. Within three months, he made a complete physical recovery, but permanent brain chemistry changes made him a "perfect receiver" for high-frequency communications from another dimension. Mr. Anderson began see ...more
Carole P. Roman
Dec 17, 2013 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
I love George Anderson. His book is a great question and answer book, that asks all the things we are afraid to discuss. Without sentimentality, Anderson clearly answers questions about the hereafter and can bring peace to anyone who believes it.
Kurt Thonnings
Jun 23, 2013 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Mostly good. Mr Anderson seemed to say the same thing over and over again on a number of his answers to questions. But, still extremely uplifting and is a must read. I still have questions. George? Give me a call, okay?

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Nina Kole
Aug 19, 2014 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Just read the book.

You will either 1. With open heart (ouch) and inquiring mind, that IS you and read the book...like it's an not a Herculean task. 2. You'll shake you head, smirk and vocalize in your lonely kingdom, that sadisistic, contemt prior to investigation dastardly in training ha-HA! SNICKER,"hee-hee--hee-hee hiss Snidely Whiplass's Canine Minyon.
So there it goes and such...Wait, 3. You will just surf on and forget You've even pursued it. There ya go...done babbl'in... Carry on...."MO
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“This is our faith: We may not always believe in ourselves, but we will never stop believing that to do good things for another in need is to see the face of God in everyone we help by sharing even the smallest bit of faith that still remains in our hearts.” 1 likes
“that I think explains our own crisis of faith in a very clear way—it is not that you no longer believe in God, but rather that you no longer believe in yourself.” 0 likes
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