What Dreams May Come: A Novel - Chapters 13 - 16 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 13 - 16 Summary

13. Memory Still Haunts

Chris continues to learn still more about Summerland. Everyone there has a job, usually something they love to do, not something that they have to do. Chris has the desire to write something more uplifting than the screen plays he wrote on earth. Albert tells Chris that Summerland is the third concentric sphere of at least seven spheres. Then Albert explains Chris's memories of his death experience and how his etheric body separated from his physical body and is likely to remain near earth for about three days. Chris remained for many weeks because of his connection with Ann.

14. Memories Somehow Shadowed

A person's frame of mind is exactly that of when he dies. If he is still connected to those left behind in their intense grief, his state of mind will be in a constant state of anxiety. Chris's condition was...

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