What is Not Yet about?
Not Yet highlights spiritual experiences in a busy emergency department. It’s about finding a spiritual center and trusting it.
How is Not Yet different from other books about near-death experiences?
Not Yet touches on near-death experiences, or NDEs, but not in great detail. Rather, Not Yet focuses on shared-death experiences and other spiritual phenomena and the lessons they offer.
What are shared-death experiences?
Shared-death experiences are spiritual phenomena experienced by loved-ones or others who are near a person that dies. They may be experienced by people who are nearby geographically or nearby spiritually, such as a loved one on the other side of the country who experiences a visitation from a recently deceased family member. A physiologic explanation for shared-death experiences is difficult because they are generally experienced by healthy individuals.
Is Not Yet a religious book?
Not Yet is not a religious book. It’s about spiritual experiences and spirituality. For some, religion fosters spirituality. For others, religion becomes an impediment. For many, spirituality transcends religion and connects us with the Universe and with one another.
What is a near-life experience?
When people leave their bodies, whether through death or otherwise, they come closer to their divine and eternal life. In those moments, they are more alive. Life commenced before mortal birth and continues beyond mortal death. When people move from their mortal bodies, they brush near that endless life. Dr. O’Driscoll refers to these life-changing events as Near-Life Experiences.
What can people learn from Not Yet?
Many people desire a spiritually transformative experience; they want answers and direction. Not Yet shares spiritual experiences and principles that may help seekers find their own near-life experiences.
What principles are shared in Not Yet?
A few of the principles shared in Not Yet include: