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Betty J. Eadie has shared her message with millions of readers eager to enrich their lives with the powerful faith, hope, and love she has so memorably described. Now, she takes us to new levels of spiritual discovery, addressing many of the concerns that affect us most by showing how she has transformed her own life with the mind-opening vision that captivated the world.Betty J. Eadie has shared her message with millions of readers eager to enrich their lives with the powerful faith, hope, and love she has so memorably described. Now, she takes us to new levels of spiritual discovery, addressing many of the concerns that affect us most by showing how she has transformed her own life with the mind-opening vision that captivated the world. Betty expands on the invaluable knowledge and insights made known to her during her near-death experience and in subsequent visions and visitations. The Awakening Heart is an exciting inner adventure and a moving personal quest that will help us open our hearts, light our own spiritual paths, and infinitely strengthen our ability to love and be loved....

Title : The Awakening Heart: My Continuing Journey to Love
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ISBN : 9780671558789
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 256 Pages
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The Awakening Heart: My Continuing Journey to Love Reviews

  • Rik Schnabel
    2019-04-02 05:18

    If you enjoyed "Embraced By The Light" you'll love this one too.

  • The Goon
    2019-04-12 21:32

    So, “The Awakening Heart: My Continuing Journey to Love,” is the sequel to “Embraced by the Light.”Both books were written by a lady named Betty J. Eadie, and they recount her near death experience and subsequent readjustment to living life. I read “The Awakening Heart” because it says on the back cover of the book that ‘“Embraced by the Light” was the plow; “Awakening the Heart” is the seed.’ Plus, I got both books from the used bookstore for a dime. So, I thought, well I guess these two books go together—may as well read them both.What a terrible idea! “Embraced by the Light,” wasn’t the worst book I ever read (although it certainly wasn’t the best either), but “The Awakening Heart” is sure up there on that long list of suck I like to call, “Books that Stole My Life Away.” Not only did “The Awakening Heart” plod along, pointlessly, but it made me lose faith in God. I mean, Eadie claims God downloaded the entire book into her mind in the form of an inspiration. If that’s true, then how come it wasn’t better written? How can a book be divinely inspired and poorly written at the same time? How can a literary work produced by God be written at an eighth grade reading level? I would think God would be a literary giant. He’s the inspiration behind genius. He doesn’t produce anything second rate. A literary work that comes directly from God should never be mediocre, which is why I have a hard time accepting Eadie’s message. The fact is, “The Awakening Heart” sucks. It sucks so bad that it makes “Embraced by the Light” seem even more horrible than it did when I read it. I think Eadie may be a fraud. I don’t recommend anyone read anything this lady has written because it will suck. Period. End of discussion.

  • Reed
    2019-04-07 23:09

    Ms. Eadie experienced one of the most profound near death episodes on file. I believe there is a lot to be learned about the nature of God and our mortal journey from studying such experiences. However, while her first book told of her experience, this book tells of her road to getting "Embraced by the Light" published. I stopped reading at page 108. While Ms. Eadie appears to be a very spiritual person, I just cannot relate to her. She talks of all her trials while she seems to almost flaunt her relationship to God and Jesus Christ. For whatever the reason, I just got the feeling that she felt superior to the rest of us poor schmucks who have never had a near death experience. I don't think that was her intention at all but I couldn't shake the feeling. When I compare the telling of her experience to that of Lori Newman in her book, "Here All Along", it's night and day as to empathizing with the person and the siutation. Ms. Newman comes across as real, Ms. Eadie does not.

  • Mike
    2019-04-05 21:19

    Over all this book reads like a first draft fictional novel that has not yet been edited to flow. I say this because the stories are amazing and incredible. One of my Favorite stories in this book is when she tells of slapping the face of the driver, whom nearly hits her daughter. I think that I like this admission because it shows the human inability to control instinct, even with the proof of Jesus existence. She saves a man from suicide by praying for him through the phone. In fact she uses prayer as a weapon to ward off evil deeds. Towards the end of the book she seems to take on a superhero persona, costume and all(native dress) she says it's a security and reminder of her to fulfill her mission. God is love and god exists.

  • Chantel
    2019-04-04 02:28

    This lady is a out of her mind and wants you to travel out of yours with her. There is nothing wrong with feeling spirituality and wanting to share a "Touched by God" experience but this woman is way out there. She didn't uplift or inspire me. Unfortunately, even if I didn't think she had fallen off the deep end, I wouldn't have enjoyed this book. She is a very poor writer. Fiction or non-fiction, it isn't worth your time.

  • Myra
    2019-04-19 22:14

    I love her story. How incredible. I would love to have the spiritual experiences she gets to have on what seems like a daily basis. I only wish she had gone into more detail on how she meditates, or how she is able to tap into God's love within herself. Action points to take away, like a good sermon gives!

  • Kelly Harvey
    2019-04-19 03:06

    Although her first book was enchanting and kept you waiting to see what happens next, this one seemed to lack the detail and surprise as her first. It was a bit disappointing that she didn't actually describe things as well as she previously had. I enjoyed the book but it was somewhat a repetition to Embraced by the Light, with lack of details.

  • Judith Hall Simon
    2019-04-23 01:35

    This book was an elaborated version of Embraced by the Light and was poorly written. It got bogged down at times even without the typos. Some of the theology rang true to my own spiritual growth while other "insights" left me wondering. So I guess I could say that I came away from reading it with a lot of unsettled questions.

  • Amber
    2019-04-03 03:20

    What happens after her near-death experience. Liked it even better than the first book because I always wondered how u can go on with a normal life after something like that. Interesting how her faith changes as well.

  • Dee
    2019-03-30 00:21

    This is not my normal type of book, but sometimes in life you need to be a little creative in what you do and read. This book did just that for me. I read this at a time in my life where I need a little guidance and it helped. It makes you think about things a little more clearly.

  • Marina Quezada
    2019-04-22 05:05

    a good book more good stuff but I do not remember it very much now.

  • Olga
    2019-04-15 00:29

    a continuation of the first book.

  • Kathryn
    2019-04-20 22:19

    I love Betty Eadie. I enjoy her books, really inspiring.

  • Chelsi
    2019-04-06 04:33

    Betty tells her personal experience even further, teaching you more about her experience and life.

  • Patricia
    2019-04-12 01:05

    Totally impressed with her experiences and their impact....not only on hers but my own life.

  • David Linsday
    2019-04-08 00:05

    Good follow up to the first book, but I prefer the rough edit of Embraced by the Light. The writing feels as thought written by a different person.

  • Tracey
    2019-04-06 01:28

    Book Club 67 - Chosen by Carol!Not one of my favorite reads but an interesting discussion about religion!

  • Danny
    2019-04-03 23:33

    Read it years ago and was deceived by it. Once I realized that I had been deceived, I ripped it up and threw it away because I didn't want anyone else to buy that copy and be deceived as I was.

  • Helen Russell
    2019-04-19 22:14

    had high hopes for this after 'embraced by the light' but tbh was bored with it.

  • Sue
    2019-04-21 03:25

    I don't know what I expected but this book just rehashes the first one. Nothing to it. A mere shadow--if that.