by Sarah and Brent Hinze
by Robert Zimmer
It is almost universally accepted that William Wordsworth never took seriously the idea of pre-existence, or life before birth. In this study, Robert Zimmer shows that this is an unjustifiable presumption. Evidence from Wordsworth’s “Ode: Intimations of Immortality from Recollections of Early Childhood,” from The Prelude, and from the “Essay Upon Epitaphs” shows that Wordsworth firmly believed in pre-existence. Nor was this an idea he adopted out of curiosity or for its poetic utility. Wordsworth, like Henry Vaughan and Thomas Traherne, remembered life before birth, and retained a kind of clairvoyance in his infancy. As Zimmer shows, it is only because of the religious and philosophical prejudices of critics since Coleridge that Wordsworth’s recollections have seldom been properly recognized for what they are.
by Sarah Hinze
Powerfully moving and uplifting, the true stories gathered here open a door to the wondrous realm of life before life, a realm from which those who are waiting to join us on Earth can speak to us and guide us. Here are remarkable accounts of parents and families who have met their sons and daughters, sisters and brothers before they were born; the vivid memories of life before life as recounted by young children; and dramatic stories of transformation and prayers answered by the tiny guardian angels who watch over us before they are born. Sarah Hinze's own personal pre-birth experiences complete this inspiring collection, which radiates a universal sense of peace, joy, and hope that touches us all. Coming From The Light is personally rewarding, insightful reading. -- Midwest Book Review
by Wanda F. Ross
As Elizabeth and Gavin seek to unravel the mystery of the bond between them, they uncover a truth that forever changes the way they view the meaning and importance of their existence here on Earth.
by Elizabeth M. Carman & Neil J. Carmen Ph.D.
COSMIC CRADLE presents the initial findings of a ten-year research project on the soul's passage from heavenly worlds to Earth. The stories are told by parents, gifted children, Christian saints, East Indian saints, Tibetan lamas, Sufi mystics, ancient Greek philosophers, near-death experiencers and indigenous peoples of Australia, Africa, North America, and more.
by Drs. Titus Rivas
by Elisabeth Hallett
Do we choose our parents? Do we communicate with them on the way to the world? Personal accounts from parents and others reveal an awe-inspiring phenomenon. Unborn souls reach out to their future parents in many ways, even offering help and guidance. Chapters explore announcing dreams, pregnancy losses, and many more experiences at the frontiers of life, including illuminating accounts of children and adults who remember their pre-birth existence. This book may change the way you look at yourself, your children, and life itself.
by Elisabeth Hallett
Soul Trek is an in-depth study of Pre-Birth Communication, based on personal accounts from a large number of parents.
Trailing Clouds of Glory
by Harold A. Widdison
Join Harold A. Widdison in his search for answers to the first great question of our existence: "Where did I come from?" In Trailing Clouds of Glory, Widdison intersperses an insightful review of our doctrinal understanding of our pre-mortal existence with first-hand accounts bearing on premortal life.
The Soul's Plan
by Robert Schwartz
The book Your Soul’s Plan: Discovering the Real Meaning of the Life You Planned Before You Were Born by Robert Schwartz (www.yoursoulsplan.com) explores the premise that we are all eternal souls who plan our lives, including our greatest challenges, before we’re born for purposes of spiritual growth. The book contains ten true stories of people who planned physical illness, having disabled children, deafness, blindness, drug addiction, alcoholism, losing a loved one, and severe accidents. The information about their pre-birth plans was obtained by four gifted mediums and channels. The book presents the actual conversations people had with their future parents, children, spouses, friends, and other loved ones when they planned their lives together. For readers, suffering that once seemed purposeless becomes imbued with deep meaning. Wisdom may be acquired in a more conscious manner; feelings of anger, guilt, blame, and victimization are healed and replaced by acceptance, forgiveness, gratitude, and peace.
We Lived In Heaven
by Sarah Hinze
This book is a remarkable collection of accounts of families who have had the opportunity to meet the souls of their sons and daughters before they were born. Read about the vivid memories of life in heaven by young children, and dramatic stories of prayers answered by guardian angels who watch over us. Discover:
* A letter
from a mother to her son, whom she gave up for
adoption, telling him of the dream that guided her
through that painful decision.
Sarah Hinze's own personal pre-birth experiences complete this inspiring collection, which radiates a universal sense of peace, joy, and hope that touches us all.
Songs of the Morning Stars
by Sarah Hinze
In this thought-provoking book, Sarah Hinze, the leading researcher of pre-birth experiences, provides answers about whether life exists before birth and explains the many factors that influence our birth and life-path on earth.
The author draws upon 20 years of pioneering research, clinical study, interviews with hundreds of people, and years of writing and speaking about pre-birth experiences. As you read this book, you will come to understand our eternal heritage as spiritual beings, and that the “morning stars” spoken of in the Bible are waiting to come to earth. You will feel of their love, along with their yearning to join their chosen families on earth and fulfill their missions here.