When New York Times bestselling author Raymond Moody began writing about near-death experiences, he noticed that the stories resembled the nonsensical writing of his literary heroes Lewis Carroll, Edward Lear, and Dr. Seuss.
In this book, Dr. Moody shares the groundbreaking results of four decades of research into the philosophy of nonsense, revealing new ways to understand and experience life, death, and spirituality. Explore the nuanced feelings that accompany nonsense language, and learn how engaging with nonsense can help you on your spiritual path. Discover how nonsense transcends classical true/false logic, opening the doorway to new spiritual and philosophical breakthroughs. With dozens of examples from literature, comedy, music, and art, this accessible book presents a fascinating new approach to the mysteries of the human spirit.
|Publisher:||Llewellyn Worldwide, LTD.|
|Sold by:||Barnes & Noble|
About the Author
Raymond Moody, MD, PhD, (Birmingham, AL) coined the term "near-death experience" in his New York Times bestselling book Life After Life. Throughout his five-decade career, he has publicly lectured about near-death and shared-death experiences, and he has published several bestselling books. He is a frequent television guest, having appeared dozens of times on national programs, including the Oprah Winfrey Show.