OverviewIs there Life after Death? For all those pondering this age-old question, Dancing on the Other Side throws light on the soul's journey once it has left the earthly sphere and transitions to higher dimensions. It guides those left behind to accepting "death" as a new beginning encompassed in love and joy.This book challenges taboos, encourages self-awareness, and speaks to multidimensional consciousness. Hobbs-Scharner provides the reader a fascinating look into a different sphere of being and the comfort of knowing that there is wonderful life beyond death.
Reviews"The author shares her personal experiences and describes a reality that lies beyond the limits of our intellectual minds....and encouraging guide on the journey to the eternal truth that life has no beginning and no end." —Dr. Roland Bechtloff
"Finally a book that actually educates and helps you to accept the mystery of death." —Beate and Matthias Weber, Emmy-winning composers, songwriters, music editors
Author BiographyAs a young woman, Ulrike Hobbs-Scharner studied theology as a lay student for twelve years. Inspired by the lives of the great Spanish and German mystics, she devoted much of her time to gaining an intimate understanding of their work and wisdom. Ulrike continues to broaden and deepen her spiritual awareness, and has learned many meditation practices of the Christian, Indian, and Tibetan traditions. In 1997, realizing that many people in contemporary society lack access to knowledge of paths that might answer their questions about the nature and purpose of existence, Ulrike established Heiler Mench, Heile Erde (Healthy People, Healthy Earth), a nonsectarian, nonprofit institute in Germany that combines spiritual education with personal development. She also has authored numerous books and gives lectures and workshops there. In 2005, she founded the Academy for Ethics and Consciousness, a school for expanding awareness for a responsible, competent, and purposeful approach to personal, professional, and social aspects of one's life. Ulrike has two grown children and lives with her husband in California.