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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. What predominant feeling does Betty experience in the garden?
(a) Sadness at having to leave.
(b) Joy at being one with everything else.
(c) Elation at discovering herself.
(d) Confusion with such a different reality.
2. Why were the laws that Jesus discusses with Betty created?
(a) To separate good and bad people.
(b) To punish wrongdoers.
(c) To keep everyone in check.
(d) To fulfill a purpose.
3. Betty notes that once we've identified an illness or a problem, we must start verbalizing what?
(a) Its cure.
(b) Saints' names.
(c) Our regrets.
(d) Random prayers.
4. As she approaches the end of the tunnel, what position does Betty change into?
5. According to Betty, how can the spirit affect our own health?
(a) Through meditation and other stress relief activities.
(b) By giving the body strength to ward off illness.
(c) By removing impurities from our circulatory system.
(d) By shielding us from gamma rays.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Betty say about the water she sees cascading down a waterfall?
2. Prior to feeling her body become still and lifeless, Betty experiences:
3. Betty's father is Scottish-Irish and her mother is:
4. Why doesn't healing sometimes come right away, or come at all?
5. As she reaches her destination after traveling through the swirling black mass, Betty sees:
Short Essay Questions
1. Discuss some of the points Betty makes about the power we have to affect our own health.
2. Describe who Betty sees as she travels through this massive tunnel.
3. A pinpoint of light appears at the end of the tunnel. As she gets closer, what does Betty see within the light?
4. Describe what Betty experiences as she feels the life force leaving her body.
5. Explain the "natural consequence" nature of the laws Jesus shares with Betty.
6. What does Betty say about Jesus' sense of humor?
7. What does the man radiating light and love tell Betty?
8. Why did Betty not listen to the advice of her doctors who wanted her to have an abortion?
9. How does Betty use imagery in this chapter to convey the essence of the garden she visits?
10. Betty states she understands that love is supreme. Explain what she says about the natural order of love.
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