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March 26, 2021 26 min

We talk with Stephen Hawley Martin, best-selling author of several books including, “The Afterlife, The Whole Truth: Life After Death Books I & II' about the afterlife, reincarnation, and how we are becoming to understand our reality. In this episode we discuss:

  • Evidence of Reincarnation- research based on children’s memories of past life  done by the University of Virginia
  • Complex consciousness is known to exist in cases of minimal brain activity
  • Why many people nowadays, including many scientists, still  think that when we die, it’s the end of our existence
  • How consciousness is not created by the brain
  • How Quantum Physics tells us we are not separate- everything is one, which is what mystics have been saying for thousands of years
  • What soul  groups are and what happens “in-between” lives

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