Tuesday, April 26, 2016

What The Afterlife Is Like - It's Not What We Think Says Brian McLaughlin, Award Winning Author Of Book About NDE,' A Flight Without Wings'

McLaughlin's book about his NDE details his totally unique near death experience. It is raw and it's real. There is no embellishment, no preaching and no hidden agenda. McLaughlin will make several appearances in the Long Island, NY area in April and May, 2016

What is the afterlife like? And who would know? In the past we had to rely on opinions, vague generalities and conjecture. These were offered up primarily by religious systems, many of which had a hidden agenda. Today, however, advances in medical technology offer our generation the opportunity to hear directly from people who have been declared clinically dead. Author Brian McLaughlin is one of those people. His experience in the afterlife is the subject of his book about his near death experience, 'A Flight Without Wings, My Experience With Heaven'.

Brian McLaughlin's book about his near death experience stands apart from the rest. It is raw and it's real. There is no embellishment and no hidden agenda. There are no angels or heavenly choirs. Religion is not the same as spirituality so, while his book has a spiritual flavor, there is no preaching. It is his NDE, just as it happened. While there are no overt religious messages, there is a message. That message is peace.

McLaughlin died during a trip to Mexico.  That event changed the course of his life forever.  It instilled in him what we all seek - certainty about life after death. And with that a peace of  mind that can never be shaken, nor can it be doubted. His near death experience brought a sense of clarity. It brought a sense of real, lasting peace. He now knows with certainty that we exist forever. It is that simple message he brings to his audience.

“There is a certain peace that I feel in understanding and embracing the experience I had. The clarity of seeing the big picture, and the purpose, had initially been overwhelming. I spent years struggling with the magnitude of it all. When I broke it down to individual components, and accepted the value of each one, it was easier to put into practice. Rather than trying to adjust to this whole new way of feeling and vision, I tried to handle them one at a time. Eventually I was able to see the connection and formulate a new strategy.”

Brian McLaughlin will be making several live appearances in the Long Island,  NY area during April and May:

* Saturday, April 30th - Book signing and reading at Barnes & Noble in Bay Shore NY
* Saturday, May 7 - Book signing at Applebee's in Baldwin, NY
* Saturday, May 21 - Book signing at Turn of the Cork Screw in Rockville Center NY

Brian McLaughlin was chosen as one of '50 Great Writers You Should Be Reading' in 2015. Reviews of 'A Flight Without Wings' have been overwhelmingly positive. Jack Magnus, a reviewer with Readers Favorite, called the book a "well written and moving memoir that neither delves into the fanciful or dogmatic,...”  "…Well worth reading, and is highly recommended." Another stated, "Being a mother who lost her only child I found it to be a great comfort to me." Another said, "I have read many accounts such as these, but this beautifully written account simply touched my heart in ways that previous ones have not."

Mark Feuerstein, Actor (Royal Pains, USA Network) wrote: “I have read it and I think it’s an inspiring tale of deep insight and so personal and yet so universal . . . such profound perspective.”

Brian McLaughlin is available for media interviews and can be reached using the information below or by email at bamplaya@msn.com. 'A Flight Without Wings' is available at Amazon, Payhip and other book retailers. More information is available on his website at: http://www.BrianMcLaughlinBooks.com.

About Brian McLaughlin:

Brian McLaughlin is the award-winning author of 'A Flight Without Wings'. In his inspirational book, Brian vividly depicts his journey into Heaven and his following return to life caused by a massive head trauma sustained while vacationing in Playa Del Carmen, Mexico twenty-one years ago.


Brian McLaughlin