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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. When Betty discusses sins against the flesh, such as abusing drugs, overeating, under-eating, and not getting enough exercise, she explains that they're all equal in severity because:
(a) We are responsible for our bodies.
(b) We are purposely hurting ourselves.
(c) We are being selfish.
(d) We should know better.
2. What predominant feeling does Betty experience in the garden?
(a) Sadness at having to leave.
(b) Joy at being one with everything else.
(c) Confusion with such a different reality.
(d) Elation at discovering herself.
3. What does Betty say about her husband and their children?
(a) They don't understand her.
(b) She thinks they need to become more independent.
(c) To her, family is life itself and her greatest refuge.
(d) She wishes they'd all get along better.
4. Upon experiencing significant complications during her seventh pregnancy, what does Betty decide to do?
(a) Allow doctors to induce an early delivery.
(b) Go on bed rest and have the baby.
(c) Take medications and hope for the best.
(d) Have an abortion.
5. This book is about a:
(a) Religious conversion.
(b) Near-death experience.
(c) Drug-induced hallucination.
(d) Malpractice suit.
Short Answer Questions
1. What thought does Betty have regarding her spirit body shortly after leaving her physical body?
2. Prior to feeling her body become still and lifeless, Betty experiences:
3. What is the outcome of Betty's difficult seventh pregnancy?
4. What fills the black mass Betty travels through?
5. How long did Betty's first marriage last?
Short Essay Questions
1. Compare and contrast Betty's first and second marriages.
2. Describe Betty's second husband, Joe.
3. Who is the man within the light?
4. Describe Betty's childhood near-death experience.
5. Describe what Betty experiences as she feels the life force leaving her body.
6. What does Betty see people doing in the looms room?
7. What does Betty say happens when our thoughts draw upon negative energies at length?
8. What are the laws described in Chapter 7?
9. Describe Betty's otherworldly experience of immersing herself in a rose.
10. Describe who Betty sees as she travels through this massive tunnel.
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