BOOK REVIEWS

"The dialogue that takes place in this book is something that everyone needs to process through at some time in their lives. Preferrably prior to the NDE or worse. Understanding and implementing some of these ideas should go a long way toward making the "big picture" a little clearer and more beautiful. The feeling of gratitude for the events and people in my life, whether percieved positive or negative, has been difficult to get used to but an eye opener none the less. I will need to read this book a few more times to really digest the content but look forward to diving back in."
by T. H.
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"This is a must read for anyone trying to wrap their heads around the existence, or influence our souls have on our lives. Actually, this is an absolute "must read" for anyone who has lost a loved one, or for a family struggling with a medical diagnosis that may not turn out so well.  

This book is not only about where do we go from here, but it explores what we are doing here in the first place. The author clearly sets out the divine purpose of the soul's relationship with the 'self' and how it is all intertwined. His near death experience, and the resulting dialogue, convinced him that our souls provide us our consciousness prior to our births, and that our souls are here to experience a human existence with our selves. I have never quite read it the way he presents it and I enjoyed hearing it from "the other side". 


The author delivers his experience through a dialogue between his mind and his soul during his near death experience. The dialogue is fluid, entertaining, and even humorous in some places providing readers with an easy read. The book is brimming with fresh perspectives that I am looking forward to applying to my own life. I found that some elements of this book are downright inspiring and particularly enjoyed the author's emphasis on the approach and emphasis on gratitude. I know we've all read about the power of gratitude, but in "My Self, My Soul" he puts a very different spin on it, which has changed my view of its importance in my own life on many levels. Well done and original."

by Guy Baker
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"To me, our souls are the most important element of our lives. I probably had a NDE (getting hit by a truck while 7 months pregant.) I was thrown from the area and landed up unexplainedly on my opposite side.  What did I learn? Many things, not to give up, something protects me, and most importantly I am here for a purpose.  The most important thing was my purpose and not to let myself get side tracked from that."
by T. H.
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"I wanted to read "My Self, My Soul" the very minute I heard that during a near death experience the author experienced a "download" of information. This information is only accessible to those who have crossed over and returned, so it isn't something any of us can even fathom without a brush with death. While I've read many NDE books, this one stands out because Mr. Debar's information is quite different than the rest and incredibly valuable for every day life. The author doesn't project a holier-than-thou personae, which I appreciated. Instead, the dialogue is almost self deprecating while he puts all the pieces of his life together within this dialogue between his self, that at that particular moment is ending, and his soul, which is quite clearly continuing on. This 'intimate exchange' between his self and his soul is honest, revealing, insightful, and at times quite humorous. Invaluable information. "My Self, My Soul" did not disappoint. It is a book that I will recommend to everyone, not just because of the content, but because of how the book lingers and makes the reader question his/her own life. Fascinating. Great read."

by Christina
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"I very much enjoyed this book for the words of wisdom and truth. I loved the format and tone, found the writing and message to be enriching and inspiring. This book grabs you and causes you to think, to wonder. A deeply moving book!"
by Kimberly Duboise
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"A MUST READ
For those who have often wondered does a Soul really exist, Debar’s near death experience will finally put that question to rest.
There really is a dimension that one’s Consciousness enters upon the death of the physical body. Every question that one has harboured since birth is recalled and the answers given from an invisible source.
You may wonder how it is possible to have a life review within the short time span of death from a heart attack and recovery which may be measured in only seconds in our time dimension. Upon entering into the dimension of death there are no time restraints and a fraction of a second provides ample time to review all thoughts created by the individual during one’s meagre life span. I know this to be true for I speak from personal experience."

Bernard F. Elliott
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"Interesting first hand look at experiencing life after death. The book is a dialog between the "self" and the "Soul."  An almost poetic approach to explaining something unique that most wouldn't live to tell others. I found it very refreshing and a pleasure to read.  It was interesting to see the two sides have a conversation as they prepared to part ways. The author does a great job in giving each side a unique voice and it was a unique perspective on the situation.  Would highly recommend. The author has a way with words and has an interesting approach."
by K. Allen
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