Find out more about Beyond The Darkness by Angie Fenimore at Simon & Schuster UK. Read book reviews & excerpts, watch author videos & more. Angie Fenimore, a wife and mother haunted by abuse in childhood and The following is an excerpt from her wonderful book, Beyond the Darkness. Beyond the darkness by Angie Fenimore, , Bantam Books edition, in English .
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Scott rated it it was ok Apr 24, But clinical death drew her not to the light and peace, but into a realm of darkness. Part of the book had a “my life is so terrible, everybody’s out to get me feel. It took courage to write and has greatly blessed my life. So easy to find shows to follow. Two stars is really not a bad rating, since it means Ok. She had failed to reach out for help and instead wallowed in her depression listening to dark, rock music that fed into the ideas of suicide, refusing counsel from her minister, pushing away her husband and friends when they tried to reach out to her, etc.
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He talks about the Mindful Men project he’s set up to encourage more men to get involved with meditation, as well as his own journey through mindfulness, therapy and nonduality. Just what you need. I would recommend it and I would read it again.
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This interest led him into an exploration of non-duality which continues to this day. Visit his author page on I also ask Angie some more philosophical questions about the nature of near death experience and how she has integrated her own over the past twenty-five years. I read it to my son one night when he was contemplating suicide. Want to Read saving…. Six stars for Chromecast support. Check nearby libraries with: I will end my review by sharing something a friend wrote to me after I posted a quotation from this book on Facebook: Without trying to offend any Fenimors who might be reading this, there is no purgatory listed anywhere in the Bible!
New features frequently added. She learned that she needed to purge all “darkness” from her life and surround herself with “light” God’s love.
For example, she describes a type of purgatory rather than hell and “second chance” after death. Refresh and try again. History Created April 1, 8 revisions Download catalog record: Useful for believers in dualism.
I don’t like to judge others’ experiences as “real” or “just the imagination” or a “drug reaction”.
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Most of her story doesn’t have any roots in the Bible, which concerns me.
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