The World View of William James by Jane Roberts
by Jane Roberts
In this book, Jane Roberts "tunes into" the attitudes and opinions of the turn-of-the-century philosopher and psychologist William James - from his afterdeath perspective.
This is James' fascinating account of what an individual experiences after physical death - how the dead remain aware of earthly events, communicate with one another, become aware of past lives, and stop identifying with the physical body. In addition, this book offers a unique "hindsight" of the creative dilemmas each soul makes for itself during life, and the nature of consciousness and ESP - ending with a brilliant exposition on cultivating a useful optimism and practical faith in life.