Is it possible that people living today died in the Holocaust? Rabbi Yonassan Gershom presents compelling evidence that supports this seemingly impossible phenomenon. Based on the stories of people he counselled, the author sheds new light on the subject of reincarnation and the divinity of the human soul. In addition to the fascinating case histories, Rabbi Gershom includes information on Jewish teachings regarding the afterlife, karmic healing, and prophecies. Available November, 1992. (A.R.E. Press)
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"Beyond the Ashes... builds bridges among secular, political, and metaphysical realms. The seemingly effortless way in which Rabbi Gershom accomplishes so monumental a task pays tribute to the depth of knowledge and wisdom that was born of having transcended the very ashes of which he writes." -- Amy Shapiro, Journal of Regression Therapy, 1994
"He [Gershom] is certainly a dynamic force to be reckoned with, bringing, as he does, many new ideas and concepts to the subject of reincarnation." -- Roy Stemman, editor,
"He [Gershom} is a sensitive counselor and spiritual healer, endowed with the understanding of dreams and visions, and a channel for the healing wisdom of the archetypal Tree of Life." -- Rabbi Zalman Schachter, from the cover
"Rabbi Gershom addresses the Jewish traditional beliefs about the afterlife, all of which are important perspectives to be aware of for those willing to explore metaphysical issues... His presentation is compelling." -- Carole Clarke, Assn. for Past Life Research and Therapies (APRT) Newsletter, 1996
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