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Life and Death making sense of it

GAME OVER – OR IS IT?

What’s your response to these questions:Life and Death the book - image

Why are you here on the Earth? Serious question.

Put another way, is there a spiritual purpose to your existence?

How are you working with your soul (or spirit)?

Are you concerned about death, and whether its arrival is really going to be the end to your existence? Have you thought about it? Time is of the essence.

Need some help with any of these? If you do then read on…

Get a new and wholesome perspective on the matter of life and the afterlife.

This is a straight-talking book. It addresses:

  • The spiritual purpose to life
  • Knowing what awaits us on the “Other Side”

The book involves discourse on:

  • Human evolution
  • The growth of consciousness
  • Ghosts and the paranormal
  • Near-death experience (NDE)
  • Past lives of children
  • Karma and reincarnation
  • The afterlife experience
  • Who we are as spiritual beings

Gameover - or is it? imageLife and Death is precisely about getting to the nub of our existence.

The Book Is Brilliant. Thought Provoking, Easy To Read, I Couldn’t Put It Down… H. Dyal

This book will provide you with a perspective on death, and what happens afterwards, that you possibly haven’t considered, or could believe existed.

This book will give you hope, real optimism about survival, from a point of reason rather than based on blind faith and fear-laden religious belief.

Great voyage of discovery – final chapter moved me to tears…
Annie L.

It will help you to grasp what the soul is, what karma is, why reincarnation and what we call the “Other Side” are so important to understanding our existence.

This book has the potential to change the world view of its readers… Joanne Harrington, professional editor (via PublishNation UK)

This work will provide tips on how best to prepare for the big event. All you need to do is join me inside the book, and you are on your way…

Buy the Book

Life and Death: Making Sense of It is available in paperback and ebook versions. You can get a copy from Amazon and most online stores, and also through this website; visit this link.

The about the book page will tell you more about the book’s content — where you can also pull down the Introduction and key Chapter Two.

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Life and Death – Making Sense of It
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  Francis O’Neill

Hi. I’ve literally spent years looking into this matter of life and death – through philosophy, psychology, religion, animal behaviour, esoteric knowledge and personal experience. It has been a passion of mine to get to the bottom of it, really ever since I was in my teens.

It has been a long journey of discovery involving a great deal of study and exploration.

A bit about me

I am a post-grad (PGCE) teacher, having a BA (Hons) in humanistic and transpersonal psychology. I also come from a career in archaeology — where I often dealt with the aftermath of death first-hand through the excavation of Neolithic through to Iron Age and Roman burial sites. For that matter even digging up a 19th century church graveyard in one instance.

Fringe interests too

I have diplomas in astrology. I’m fascinated with, and have written articles and blogs around, other so-called “fringe” topics — which you’ll find on this website. Also the gentler variety of mind-body-spirit, self-help, health and wellbeing, which you’ll find on SomeInspiration.com.

Got a question?

I answer questions on spiritual health issues, over at my Spiritual Q & A page, on my author site. If you have such a question contact me from there.

There are more things in heaven and earth, Horatio,
Than are dreamt of in your philosophy.

Shakespear’s Hamlet – Hamlet to Horatio

I’m a convert to there being a much greater purpose to our existence — on this beautiful planet of ours — than is dreamt of by our orthodox religions (some at least), or in our secular grasp of life, or in our 9 to 5 routines, or by whatever worldly “bucket list” we may conjure up to give meaning to our existence…