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eBook; Trade Paperback; Unabridged Audiobook Download; Trade Paperback To Heaven and Back is Mary's remarkable story of her life's spiritual journey. To Heaven and Back by Mary C. Neal, M.D.. Read an Excerpt. Buy Buy the Audiobook Download: .. Book Trailer. Dr. Mary Neal Talks About Going To Heaven and Back – TV Trailer . LitFlash. The eBooks you want at the lowest prices. Download Proof of Heaven by Eben Alexander PDF, Kindle, eBook, Proof of Heaven. Visit . Radio interview with Dr. Mary C. Neal author To Heaven and Back.

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Editorial Reviews. Review. Q&A with Mary C. Neal, M.D.. Mary C. Neal. Q. How by Mary C. Neal Md. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or Kindle Store · Kindle eBooks · Biographies & Memoirs. To Heaven and Back is Mary's remarkable story of her life's spiritual journey and what happened as she moved from life Ebook. $ May 23, | Pages. ISBN: Start Reading Download Cover. eBook) Download To Heaven and Back: A Doctor's Extraordinary Account of Her Death, Heaven, Angels, and Life Again: A True Story Ebook.

In in the Los Rios region of southern Chile, orthopedic surgeon, devoted wife, and loving mother Dr. Mary Neal drowned in a kayak accident. While cascading down a waterfall, her kayak became pinned at the bottom and she was immediately and completely submerged. Despite the rescue efforts of her companions, Mary was underwater for too long, and as a result, died. To Heaven and Back will reacquaint you with the hope, wonder, and promise of heaven, while enriching you own faith and walk with God. Despite leading what I would consider a very ordinary life, I have had the privilege of being touched by God in visible and very tangible ways. One of these experiences began on January 14, , when I was vacationing in South America with my husband.

You may want to visit Dr. Both Ms. Moorjani and Dr. Neal refer to the tapestry; each author describes it in a similar fashion. Before reading additional NDE accounts; many which are not Christian based, I advise my fellow Christians to drop your stone or remove the log lodged in your eye. Peace be with you. This book was beautiful, positive, uplifting, and inspiring. Absolutely love this book.

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It really changes the way I think about my own life and its perspective. I recently lost someone extremely close to me, and this book has really helped. Things I've always wondered about, I found some answers. Neal is a very inspiring and positive woman. Thank you so much for writing this book and God Bless you. Stories of near death experience really intrigue me; they also give me hope. I received both within just a few days, which was nice.

As I read through this first book her story was very compelling but not what I had imagined. And, since she seemed to have a very religious frame of mind from a young age; the stories of her connections she wrote about with the afterlife came across as unsurprising.

And, although the book is well written making for an easy read, her writing, in general, had a tone of born-again Christian preachy. Yet, I found her inner strength to her personal tragedies remarkable.

I agree with her in an afterlife but I am not a church going person.

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She believes that God has a hand in our daily lives. I look upon God as an omnipotent being. To think that God, with powers of eternity, would allow the ugliness so prevalent in this world he created and not in seven days mind you! Even so, I pushed onward as I had invested in the book and found it captivating, never-the-less.

When I got near the end of the book I came to a paragraph on page that baffled me. It reads: Perhaps it is. What I find more remarkable, however, is how readily many people in our society believe outlandish and unsubstantiated urban myths and conspiracies Pop Rocks and Coke, JKF sic assassination, AIDS is man-made, etc.

Or, opening and reading her follow-up book. Apparently, Ms. Neal has spent too much time in the thin air of Wyoming with her face in medical books or the Bible. See all 2, reviews. Amazon Giveaway allows you to run promotional giveaways in order to create buzz, reward your audience, and attract new followers and customers.

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My best friend and I built an elaborate fresh-water clam farm, only to find out later that pearls are made by oysters, not clams. It was great fun and it developed my love for being immersed in the outdoor natural world. My family attended the local Presbyterian Church, participating in a denomination in which my grandfather, great-grandfather, and great great grandfather had been ordained ministers.

Our tall, traditional stone church stood proudly on the town square. While the outside was rather formal and not very inviting, its interior arched toward the sky, beautifully displaying large multicolored stained glass windows. The pews were wellworn and made of a rich and deeply-colored wood. My siblings and I sat through Sunday school and confirmation classes, church services, and the occasional youth group gatherings, but these activities were mechanical and boring to me.

Although I willingly attended, these various activities seemed to have little impact on my life. In many ways, however, they did model a Christian life for their children. My mother was loving, always supportive, and was an active volunteer in numerous service organizations. My father showed great compassion for those who were less fortunate in their circumstances and he was selfless in his profession as a surgeon.

I would often trail behind my father as he checked on his patients in the hospital or when he was called to the emergency room on weekends. I perceived that his was a life of service, in which he was always kind and respectful to others, was not motivated by money, and always put the feelings and needs of others before his own. As I approached my teenage years, I became more independent and began to hold my own opinions. I discovered that although my father was good at doing activities together, he was not very good at sharing his feelings with me or discussing topics that I considered meaningful or difficult.

I was in the seventh grade and quickly became a confused and angry adolescent. When confronted by their divorce listing in the newspaper, I could no longer deny that my s-esque image of an all-American family had been exploded. During that period, church attendance was one of the few stable aspects of my life.

My two older siblings were already in college and my brother and I continued to live with my mother in our childhood home. Each Sunday morning, my father would drive me to the local greasy spoon for breakfast, then to Church services. Instead, we went to the morning service at the local Episcopal Church. We would usually go for a walk after church then return to his apartment to finish the day with a dinner of baked chicken and green beans: While I recognized his limitations, I still clung to the fantasy of his returning to my home, and of our family returning to the ideal of my remembered childhood.

My mother was young, attractive, and interesting, so I should not have begrudged her the desire to date, but I did so anyway and tried to disrupt the process in any way possible. Mack was the first guy who was serious about my mom after Dad moved out.

One evening when I returned home, I discovered that he managed to eat all of the cookies I had just baked none of which had been intended for him and I was furious. I made my opinion clear and I was delighted never to see him again. He was the general manager of the country club where my brothers worked, and they had told him about our mother.

After my brothers persistently nudged him to call, a beautiful courtship developed between George and my mother. He also gave the best and longest back-scratches known to mankind, which, I might add, was a very successful way to break through my hostility! He loved my mom and he loved her children, so when my mom held a family conference about a year after they started dating and asked for our permission to marry George, it was impossible to deny her that happiness.

In my heart, I remained conflicted. George was a decent man, and I thought he would be a reasonable stepfather, but I continued to pray daily for the return of my father and for the return of the life I had known. In my disappointment, I discarded the very notion of praying. I was only one very small creature on a planet of more than four billion people; if there really was a God, why should He listen to me or answer my prayers?

I was a smart, accomplished, self-confident fifteen-year old young woman. I thought I knew what was best for me and believed that I was capable ofcreating my own future without divine input. What was unrecognizable to me at that time was how God not only had heard my most desperate plea, but answered it in a way that was greater and more fulfilling than I could ever have imagined.

George was supportive and respectful.

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As a parent, he taught me about joy, friendship, and responsibility. He modeled what a loving, respectful marriage looks like, and he became one of the most important influences in my life. God promises that He has plans for us to give us hope and a future and He kept this promise. George coming into my life was definitely not the answer I had prayed for. It was better.

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How did you feel when you died? Did you know what was happening? I was acutely aware of everything that was happening. I knew that my efforts to exit the boat were not working, that I was out of air, and that I was too far from the riverbank for anyone to reach me. I knew that I would probably die.

Having grown up with a fear of drowning, I was surprised to find my transition from life to death was seamless, peaceful, and beautiful.