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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Feeling restless at the hospital as she awaits her procedure, what does Betty do?
(a) Reads her husband's letter.
(b) Calls home.
(c) Knits a sweater.
(d) Reads a book.
2. Prior to feeling her body become still and lifeless, Betty experiences:
(a) A rapid heartbeat.
(b) Diminished sensation in her feet.
(c) Dizziness and abdominal pain.
(d) A sinking sensation and a soft buzzing sound.
3. What predominant feeling does Betty experience in the garden?
(a) Confusion with such a different reality.
(b) Sadness at having to leave.
(c) Elation at discovering herself.
(d) Joy at being one with everything else.
4. According to Betty, how can the spirit affect our own health?
(a) By giving the body strength to ward off illness.
(b) By removing impurities from our circulatory system.
(c) By shielding us from gamma rays.
(d) Through meditation and other stress relief activities.
5. How does Betty recognize the one who embraces her in heaven?
(a) Her spirit remembers.
(b) From stories.
(c) From photographs.
(d) Her guardian angel tells her.
Short Answer Questions
1. How does Betty describe sinning?
2. Betty states that our cells were programmed to regenerate indefinitely, but death of the body became a part of the mortal world where?
3. After feeling her spirit drawn out through her chest and pulled upwards, Betty experiences:
4. What thought does Betty have regarding her spirit body shortly after leaving her physical body?
5. When Betty emerges the swirling tunnel and enters the heavenly realm, what does she feel?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does Betty experience as she meets the man inside the light?
2. Explain how knowledge is acquired in the heavenly library Betty visits.
3. When she returns to the hospital room after checking up on her family, what massive force does Betty feel tugging at her?
4. As a child, how does Betty learn to fear God?
5. What are the laws described in Chapter 7?
6. How does Betty use imagery in this chapter to convey the essence of the garden she visits?
7. Discuss some of the points Betty makes about the power we have to affect our own health.
8. What does Betty say happens when our thoughts draw upon negative energies at length?
9. Describe the garden setting.
10. What does the experience of being a rose teach Betty?
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