Suzanne Northrup Reviews

Seance:  A Guide for a Living is a great book written by the talented medium Suzanne Northrup.  We’ve had several readers tell us that this is the first book that has really opened up their eyes to the notion that life after life COULD be a possibility, and Suzanne’s Northrup’s work has been featured in many different mainstream venues…..from the pioneering work of Dr. Gary Schwartz on evidential mediums, to police and law enforcement acknowledgements around the globe.

There are about 25 books that we recommend people read who are interested in exploring the evidence for the afterlife, but aren’t feeling the new age vibe….or don’t find some of the popular, mainstream stuff as compelling.  (typically folks who are a bit more science minded, or skeptical than many of the more credulous members of our community to believe it ALL 🙂

Suzanne has a few books in that recommended reading list, and Seance: A Guide for Living is a great place to begin.  (it’s an older book – about 25 years ago or so, but it’s well worth the read)

What are YOUR favorite books on spiritual development, personal growth or the best evidence that life doesn’t end at death?

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