“A compelling, must-read guide for those interested in soul’s journey after death…”

—The Prairie’s Book Review

 

Soul Afterlife – Beyond the Near Death Experience is an unorthodox examination of death, soul life and the process of a plausible reincarnation. By traveling outside the restrictions of traditional convictions, near death experiences start to take on the appearance of walking along the parameter of an extremely complex afterlife. Beyond our ego defined picture of what occurs after we take our last breath lies something extraordinarily multifaceted, yet magically powerful.

AN INTIMATE, INTERACTIVE, AND SOCRATIC-LIKE JOURNAL THAT EXPLORES THE POSSIBLE ASPECTS OF AN OTHERWORLDLY SOUL LIFE.

 

Readers will come to understand the afterlife of the soul in a way that will have a direct bearing on their actions in this life. 

In essence, this is the aim of the self-help genre – to create new understanding and motivate positive action – but this book is also well placed in the metaphysical philosophy realm as well.

—Editorial Review, Kirsten

 “Megargee’s eloquent understanding of how death and the complex afterlife soul is viewed through Eastern religions is fresh, engrossing, and will appeal to spiritual explorers of any stripe including the beginners. The informed spiritual readers will feel right at home.

—The Prairies Book Review

“…Megargee’s tone is gentle and sincere throughout, and he has no qualms about admitting his uncertainty when faced with great mysteries of life. Such a sense of humility is refreshing in a spiritual guide, and it’s the book’s greatest strength.

…This is definitely not a book for spiritual beginners, but it’s safe to say that readers at all levels will find plenty of aha moments in each chapter.” 

—Kirkus Reviews

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AUTHOR’S NOTE

As luck would have it, for the duration of my life, I have securely stored all my life imprints—the triumphs, disappointments, warnings, and blemishes—for safekeeping. One thing that I cannot warehouse, however, is my unanswered questions, and at the top of that list is this: What happens when this life comes to an end?

Here is something that I seldom talk about: during stolen moments of meditative reflection, I often become aware of the actions that drive how I view the aftereffects of my life. Every so often, I develop an uneasiness about all of this. This unease hinges on the muffled thoughts that seem to connect with my built-in stability—something that I am not always in touch with. In these moments, I struggle to exchange my newly meditative calm for everyday human awareness. Despite this tussle, I inevitably come to realize that there are serious questions about the purpose of my life and the possibility of a soul life hereafter.

I would like to think that a desire to find answers to these questions might offer a thoughtful approach to the existence of an afterlife—a soul life that is architecturally designed to balance out my ego’s need for continuance. My thoughts on this matter? Maybe if I could construct an expedition into the realm of souls with an optimistic viewpoint, the possibility of clarity, mindfulness, awareness, and, in the end, purposefulness, would exist.

As a writer, I approach this afterlife condundrum with questions, and the desire to know that there is a deeper understanding to be had about life’s mystical puzzles.

Being human, I am inherently calibrated to experience some separation between what I have been taught and how those learnings relate to my human experience—my lifelong conditioning. This gives me the ability to proclaim that I am unconditionally able to distinguish between the real and the unreal. As a writer, however, I approach this afterlife conundrum with questions, and the desire to know that there is a deeper understanding to be had about life’s mystical puzzles. Specifically, when I die, is there some type of continuation, and if so, what does that look like?

As a result, Soul Afterlife: Beyond the Near-Death Experience is an intimate, interactive, and Socratic-like journal that explores the possible aspects of an otherworldly soul life. My interest focuses on the existence of both human and spiritual energies that, time and again, reside in the untraveled hallways of life.

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Bud Megargee is a former senior behavioral healthcare executive; a Washington, DC., healthcare lobbyist; and an independently published, award winning author. He began writing after exploring Eastern philosophy and alternative medicine techniques in the professional treatment of emotional challenges at a Taiwanese Buddhist monastery. 

Mr. Megargee serves as the CEO for The Megargee Healthcare Group, specializing in developing behavioral health medical intervention and transformation strategies and is living in the beautiful green countryside of southeastern Pennsylvania. 

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Bud Megargee is a former senior behavioral healthcare executive; a Washington, DC., healthcare lobbyist; and an independently published, award winning author. He began writing after exploring Eastern philosophy and alternative medicine techniques in the professional treatment of emotional challenges at a Taiwanese Buddhist monastery. 

Mr. Megargee serves as the CEO for The Megargee Healthcare Group, specializing in developing behavioral health medical intervention and transformation strategies and is living in the beautiful green countryside of southeastern Pennsylvania. 

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