My Death: A Personal Guidebook
About the Book
This is a powerful memoir of a near-death experience. After a Native American sweat lodge, the author loses control of his body and then his life. He begins a passage that leads to a personal hell. He discovers a way to escape and emerges into an amazing exploration of the soul’s journey. In this intense adventure, there are insights into stages of consciousness and encounters of blissful perfection. This spiritual, inspirational book is meant to be an aid to removing the universal fear of the final journey we are all taking.
“The stories and the pictures are absolutely fascinating. It certainly deserves to be widely read!”
–Dr. Jeffrey Long, M.D., author of Evidence of the Afterlife
“Mr. Kagan has created a sprawling, intensely sensory world. The highly allusive style lends itself well to the book’s marvelous evocation of the heady delirium and urgency of the primary death experience.”
–Abigail Holstein, Associate Editor, Ecco
“The prose is good and strong. I read every word of My Death, wishing there were more.”
–Virginia Barber, literary agent
“The message of the book is deeply beautiful and timely.”
–Janet Mills, Amber-Allen Publishing, Inc.
About the Author
Jeremy Kagan is an internationally recognized, award-winning director/writer/producer of feature films and television. Among his movies are Heroes, The Big Fix, The Chosen, The Journey of Natty Gann, Katherine: The Making of an American Revolutionary, Conspiracy: The Trial of the Chicago 8 and Roswell: The UFO Cover-Up. He has won an Emmy for Dramatic Series Directing. A professor at the School of Cinematic Arts at USC, he has also served as artistic director at Robert Redford’s Sundance Institute and is the author of Directors Close Up, Vol. 1 and 2. He is Chairperson of Special Projects at the Director’s Guild and is also the founder of the Change Making Media Lab. http://cmml.usc.edu.