Synopses & Reviews
In Destiny of Souls
, sixty-seven people just like you recall their life between lives through Dr. Michael Newton's personal work in spiritual hypnotherapy. Based on his groundbreaking research into the afterlife, this book is designed both for those new to afterlife case studies and for fans of Dr. Newton's bestselling first volume, Journey of Souls
Explore the meaning behind your own spiritual memories as you hear the stories of people in deep hypnosis and learn fascinating details about:
—Our purpose on Earth
—Spiritual settings where souls go after death
—The soul-brain connection
—Soul travel between lives
—Ways spirits connect with and comfort the living
—Why we choose certain bodies
In this follow-up to his bestselling Journey of Souls, Dr. Michael Newton shows you more of the hidden aspects of what happens after death and helps you to understand the incredible order and peace that exists within the afterlife.
About the Author
Michael Newton, Ph.D., has been a counseling psychologist, master hypnotherapist, and teacher for more than forty years. He is the founder of the Michael Newton Institute for Life Between Lives Hypnotherapy, which trains hypnotherapists in his pioneering techniques. He has appeared on the Discovery Channel as well as numerous other television and radio programs. A veteran of stage and screen, Peter Berkrot's career spans four decades. Highlights include feature roles in Caddyshack and Showtime's Brotherhood, and appearances on America's Most Wanted and Unsolved Mysteries. His voice can be heard on television, radio, video games, documentaries and industrials. He is a prominent acting coach and a regular contributor to the award-winning news program Frontline produced by WGBH in Boston. Peter served as director of narration for the Emmy-nominated The Truth About Cancer. Peter has recorded a number of audiobooks, including three by Peter Hessler: Country Driving, Oracle Bones, and River Town. Other favorite titles include The Woods by Harlan Coben, English, August by Upamanyu Chatterjee, The Fifth Vial by Michael Palmer, American Brutus by Michael W. Kauffmann, Better by Atul Gawande, and Some Sort of Epic Grandeur by Matthew J. Bruccoli.