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Embraced by the Light Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 10, The Garden Summary

Betty Eadie
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Chapter 10, The Garden Summary and Analysis

Ms. Eadie was taken next to a garden where she was left alone to explore. The garden was magnificent with many valleys and mountains and rivers in the distance. Light seemed to pour from the vegetation in many different colors, leaving Ms. Eadie with the realization that the plants had intelligence and were ready to do God's will what ever it might be. A river fed by a waterfall flowed through the garden, and Ms. Eadie was drawn to it, aware that it too had a life of its own. A rose caught Ms. Eadie's attention, and she wanted to be close to it, to feel what it felt. Suddenly, it was as if she and the rose were one, swaying to the music of all the other plants. Ms. Eadie was greatly moved by this experience.

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