Ages 15 and Above.
Jen Webb was swept away in a rogue, post-hurricane wave in Rincon, Puerto Rico, the surfing capital of the Caribbean.
Caught in a fatal rip-tide, she knew she was going to drown that very night, and which exact last wave was going to blast her down to her underwater death! That's when she died and almost made it to Heaven. She was having a near-death experience.
She astrally traveled to space. God spoke to her about personal and Universal laws of nature and spirit life.
After her visit with this being who is greater than all of creation, she saw Heaven just out of reach.
As she was almost to the entrance, the last wave blasted her back into her body, and she returned just as the last wave was pushing her down to a slippery grave.
At that very moment, a hand grabbed her out of the descending wave. Then she died again!
The fisherman swam her body back to shore, but when she was brought back to life by resuscitation through CPR, she was very sad to find she had been made to live. She fervently wished to go back to where she had just visited a House of God.
Instead, she was unceremoniously alive, and questioning why God would send her back.
Within the next twelve hours, she almost died again from secondary/dry drowning, but was saved through spending a week in the Intensive Care Unit in the Mayaguez, Puerto Rico, hospital. When she finally went home, she was transformed forever.
After years on a spiritual quest to find out why God saved her, she found many secrets of life, as well as forgiveness and renewed faith.
The first chapter gives life-saving information about drowning, plus scientific research about deep water. She shares a technique she practiced as a little girl that helped her stay alive as long as she did in the washing machine of the ocean.
The second chapter goes into harrowing childhood abuses, including a mention of the unmentionable type. After parental abandonment she and her siblings suffered greatly, plus she had unfortunate, sometimes sabotaged, accidents and eating disorders, all before adulthood.
By twenty she had lost everything, including her first love to violence, as she was returning to him.
She got her life together for a while, enough to make the decision to move to Puerto Rico, where her near-drowning prompted a near-death experience. She returned to life with spiritual gifts, one of which is energy healing, of which she gives directions.
The last chapter goes into life's secrets, finding self-worth enough to accept self-forgiveness, and God's unconditional love.
The supernatural quest she embarked on to find the secrets of life was a success, as she found many reasons and purposes to live.
There are many miracles that happened to save the author's life since being born very ill.
This self-written biography is a first-hand account of Jen Webb's life of miracles, and of the near-death experience that changed her forever.
This book is also an inspirational journey that one steps upon when they read it. By the end of this paranormal, true story, you shall have renewed hope for yourself and humanity.
Personal peace, spiritual fulfillment, and everlasting love is what one will find after reading this sometimes dark tale about life in the physical realm, and spiritual immortality in the afterlife.
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'In the next moment, I was floating among the stars. I was self-aware, and knew I was still alive. I had crossed over to 'the other side'.
'Words were filling my mind as I realized I was being spoken to about spirit consciousness. It was as though the words were carved in stone, with the stone being my soul and God carving the words.'