|Updated: 12/11/2012 4:49 pm
||Published: 12/11/2012 8:56 am
Topics covered in book:
We don’t die
The nature of love is greater than we ever imagined
Love has many higher qualities
Love emanates from many sources in heaven
We are all one and love is our essence
There is a reason and purpose for everything
In life, love is most important
Ann Frances Ellis had a career in computer systems programming and network management before starting her second career as a hospital and hospice chaplain. She has degrees in mathematics (B.A.), computer science (M.S.), religious studies/comparative religion (Ph.D.) and divinity (M. Div.) She is a licensed minister. She is proud of her Choctaw heritage, is a champion ballroom dancer and an airplane pilot, and has two rat terriers, Mattie and Lillie.
Dr. Ellis has been on the Board of the International Association for Near-Death Studies (IANDS) and has helped organize their annual conferences. She has volunteered at Clare House here in Tulsa and with other local hospices.
Revelations of Profound Love is her first book. It tells stories of people who have had near-death experiences (NDEs) and talks about the love they felt when they first went out of their bodies, when they were speeding through outer space and entering a tunnel, and especially when they arrived in the light. The love was coming from many different beings they met in heaven. They were given understanding of how the universe works and what purpose they had chosen for their lives on earth. They were told they had to return and brought back much of what they learned to share with others and for us to learn from. They were told that love is the most important thing in this life.
This book not only reveals many of the secrets they learned, but helps the reader tune into and feel the profound unconditional love that is there for every one of us.
Dr. Ellis can be contacted at 918-382-0712 and would be happy to answer any individual questions or provide more information about the book or the Tulsa Near-Death and Other Mystical Experiences group.