Support Dr Parisetti's volunteer counseling service
As you probably already know, I am providing counseling to those in pain after the loss of a loved one, and to those in fear of death, based on my knowledge of afterlife science and with my background as a medical doctor and trained psychotherapist.
I do this on a limited scale and on a voluntary basis: I do not charge a fee for my services. A donation or other forms of support as mentioned hereafter are highly appreciated, but neither expected nor required.
By supporting me, you allow me to dedicate more time to this activity, for which there is considerable demand. By helping me, you in fact help others who may be facing the same difficulties you are facing now and who do not have the resources to afford paying counseling services.
The easiest and most appreciated form of support is to purchase one or - ideally - a few copies of my books. If you buy more than one, you can donate your extra copies to people you know who may benefit from learning about the evidence for life after life. If you do purchase the book, please remember to leave a review on Amazon - this is essential to support the continuing popularity of this much appreciated book.
What happens when we die? Is death annihilation – the end of everything as far as we are concerned – or is there an afterlife? And if there indeed is one, what does it look like? Instead of speculating philosophically or reviewing different religious beliefs, this book looks directly at the testimony we have from witnesses who have had a direct experience of death: those who’ve had a deathbed vision, those who’ve had a Near-Death Experience and those who have actually died and allegedly go on living in a nonmaterial dimension we call the spirit world. To begin with, the author engages you in a scientific “detective work” aiming to establish the credibility of these sources of information. He reviews all the alternative explanations which have been proposed for these phenomena, showing that not one of them is capable of accounting for the empirical evidence. The conclusion is that these sources are indeed likely to be what or who they claim to be, and therefore it is reasonable to trust them. Then he systematically describes the process of dying and the various stages of life in the spirit world, based on (and extensively quoting) the coherent, consistent testimony received from these different sources. You will notice the striking similarities between accounts from different periods in modern history and from witnesses of different religious, social, economic and cultural backgrounds. You will also see how these accounts are almost invariably at odds with the teachings of most organised religions, further suggesting that they reflect real experiences rather than beliefs or fantasy. Step into the Light engages your rational mind, showing that the thought of death as annihilation is not consistent with the available evidence and aiming to transform your fear of death into reasonable hopefulness.
Is there an afterlife? Does human personality survive bodily death? Scientific research and a colossal amount of compelling empirical evidence, gathered for over 150 years by some of the finest minds on the planet, seem to indicate that Clint Eastwood's 2011 movie Hereafter actually got it right. Consciousness indeed appears to exist independently of a functioning brain, and to extend well beyond the transition we call death. Written by a medical doctor, university lecturer and member of the Society for Psychical Research, 21 Days into the Afterlife makes the case for the survival hypothesis in a series of well-researched chapters, each one covering a different field of investigation.