By integrating the discoveries of the afterlife in our lives, we can live as close as we can to heaven on Earth.
TRENTON, NJ (PRWEB) May 18, 2015
What can near-death experiences teach us about living? How can they help us finally achieve global peace?
April Michelle Lewis believes they contain all of the information needed for peace on earth. Her new book, “STABLE: The Keys to Heaven on Earth,” illuminates the results of scientific studies of near-death experiences and translates those findings into a personal philosophy for healing and happiness. “STABLE,” the name of Lewis’s philosophy, is an acronym for “Sound Thought, Always Believe, Life of Excellence.”
“The three principles in the STABLE philosophy embody the truths derived from scientific studies of the near-death experience,” Lewis said. “By integrating the discoveries of the afterlife in our lives, we can live as close as we can to heaven on Earth.”
Lewis was inspired to study near-death experiences after going through a dark time in her life. During her healing process, she discovered a number of common threads throughout society and amongst religions. According to Lewis, those connections are far more important than any conflicts.
“I believe God wants the world to live more in accordance with the ways of the afterlife, and to stop fighting and killing over imagined differences,” Lewis said.
“Humans once believed that the world was flat, but scientific study and observation proved otherwise,” Lewis said. “The knowledge of near-death experiences will one day remove religious barriers and labels that divide us.”
For more information, visit http://www.aprilmichellelewis.com.
About the author
April Michelle Lewis is a spiritual/motivational speaker who captivates audiences with her messages of happiness and peace. She holds a master’s education in psychology, and she teaches yoga as a certified instructor to aid individuals in emotional healing. She resides in New Jersey with her husband and five children.
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